Nicely put,and spot on.please dont tell me another one trying to do crazy mods for £300:]. On a serious note supercharger or turbo is the only option, exhaust expensive and wont give you much bhp increase. You could be looking at spending anything between 3.500-5k.
CustomCode do a good map for R32s, so if its just the same engine that'll get you towards 300bhp. And yes, they sound good with an exhaust (the only reason to get one over an S3).
i would turbo charge it.
supercharger will drink like a whale.
turbo charged can give you some fuel economy.
please watch this link for some inspiration.
the whine from a super charger can be annoying.
Has anyone actually tried the vvt attack map yet? They claim gains of around 40bhp, so it'd be nice to see for the money. Turbo'd would be awesome, but the conversions are some serious wedge.
If it really does that,firstly I'd be surprised,but if it's true,then people ought to be biting VVT's hands off for it.Has anyone actually tried the vvt attack map yet? They claim gains of around 40bhp, so it'd be nice to see for the money. Turbo'd would be awesome, but the conversions are some serious wedge.
So has anyone actually had this vvt done from here yet??
Would you recommend it Jason? This was the one that originally caught my eye but I read so much negativity over it, mostly unfounded by people that just poo pood it for being "too good to be true".
If it does half of what they claim then £360 is good value.
i have the 3.2 and have a magnaflow exhaust and an itg filter
sounds much better now
looking to get the exterior done for now and when funds are saved go turbo route
Driven like a granny on a 35 mile trip to work I averaged 37.8mpg, it was boring as hell. Driving how I want to , I get around 28mpg, so fuel wise not bad. That's after the map.