Here is the result with all the mods and upgrades:
A3 8P 1.8 tfsi CDAA
2.0 Gti VI injectors
Forge wastegate blue spring
Custom air pipes
76mm exhaust decat
ITG intake stab99ld
forge blow off valve red spring relocated
Greddy profec oled boost controler...
Custom intake pipe 70mm with the maf in its original position and an ITG maxogen Stab99ld.....with the air intake at the front
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I have a 1.8tsi CDAA and this is what I have on right now
I will have to agree 100% with leshkin !!!! The map of the tuner will determine how the engine will work, there are a whole lot more parameters to adjust ..... not just boost!!!
As I've said and before the tuner will determine - with a solid error-free map for the ECU - how the engine will work...
You will see 300ish bhp with 0.9-1.0 bar at the limiter. If you don't add any more boost at low rpms it will be at 340-360Nm The dyno graph will look as a 3.0 NA engine, but the K04 is literally sleeping with 1.0 bar of boost.
If you make 1.3 overboost and keep around 1.1-1.2 at the limiter the...
Yeap smooth and almost OEM feel....You should consider the fact that with your ( and mine ) current setup the little springs in the OEM organic disc are gone....so all the vibrations are ''going'' in the DMF. So some rough feel will be present at gear changes but not enough to say that something...
What you describe should not happen in my opinion.
I have the exact same set as you. Harder feel at the pedal but nothing more....The jittery part will decrease in time and with some more miles driven...
So you must have the 240mm disc!
I have the same one in mine....it's a bit heavier about 15-20% on the pedal, but it's indestructible!!
After 43000 km with K04 and about 490Nm the OEM flywheel is suffering.....If you do not launch the car frequently.... the only problem you will have is the...