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ali10006 10-28-2013 05:27 PM

Turbo upgraded
 
Anyone Replace Turbocharger assembly based on a new Garrett core
On the Golf R? What about the hp reache after replacing?

Any other recommendations to get 400-410hp. Without replacing the turbo K04

Davespence20 10-28-2013 05:39 PM

Turbo upgraded
 
I don't know if the ko4 can produce that kinda air flow. But then again I'm no expert

GTiorBust 10-28-2013 05:39 PM

http://www.goapr.com/products/ecu_up...i_trans_r.html


looks like the highest you can go w/o turbo upg (using meth) 380hp

CJ2X 10-29-2013 12:48 AM

I wonder what kind of power is possible with an E85 setup..

T is for TURBO 10-29-2013 09:42 AM

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Originally Posted by CJ2X (Post 1433557)
I wonder what kind of power is possible with an E85 setup..

If 380 is possible on 93 pump, then 400 shouldn't be a problem with ethanol. Though I don't know if there is enough fueling capacity to run straight E-85.

Anyone know what the max airflow (lbs/min) is on the KO3 and KO4?

TooPoor 10-29-2013 04:56 PM

DriverMotorsport has a E47 tune. Essentially a 50/50 blend. I will be trying it soon.

From their site:
http://i816.photobucket.com/albums/z...psf80d26e7.jpg

T is for TURBO 10-29-2013 05:15 PM

DriverMotorsport is certainly doing some cool things over there that's for sure.

I do wish they would re-label their graphs to display "E-47" rather than "E-85". That one you posted of theirs is a little misleading.

Jeffs2013GTI 10-29-2013 05:57 PM

I have heard some scary stories running E85 on a DI motor. Its doable but not as reliably as say in a PI set up.

I would run a 70/30 M1, Distilled water combo should net about the same Octane Rating as E85 anyway.

Silly HP on this platform should only be done with the R. 380whp in a FWD?? Thats just silly. Good luck on the track with that.

Golf R with 380whp?? Now that would be fun. Too bad that Traction Control ruins the fun :iono: Thanks VW :paddle:

Jeff

Lucas_R 10-29-2013 07:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ali10006 (Post 1432945)
Anyone Replace Turbocharger assembly based on a new Garrett core
On the Golf R? What about the hp reache after replacing?

Any other recommendations to get 400-410hp. Without replacing the turbo K04

Lots of people using the Garrett GT28 and GT30 series turbos on Golf R's now.

You are quoting 400-410hp - no doubt you mean at the engine, rather than measured at the wheels?

-K04 hybrid turbos are getting around 230-235kw/310hp at all four wheels.
- With GT28's they are getting a safe 250kw/335hp at all four wheels. This is on a stock engine and stock injectors.
-With GT30's they are around 300kw/400hp+ at all four wheels, but this power level required new rods and injectors at a minimum. You can push harder if you want, but then you start breaking things and it gets very expensive.

Note that the power figures i have quoted are on Australian dyno's, which tend to read quite a bit lower (more realistic) than American dyno's.

TheMKVI 10-29-2013 07:56 PM

E85 needs alot of injector. Can the stock fuel system keep up?

Bozz 10-29-2013 10:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeffs2013GTI (Post 1434909)
Golf R with 380whp?? Now that would be fun. Too bad that Traction Control ruins the fun :iono: Thanks VW :paddle:

Do...you realize, that you can now turn off all of the electronic controls?

TDR-380 10-30-2013 12:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Bozz (Post 1435391)
Do...you realize, that you can now turn off all of the electronic controls?

Ignorance is bliss as they say right...?

caffeineTX 10-30-2013 01:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeffs2013GTI (Post 1434909)
Golf R with 380whp?? Now that would be fun. Too bad that Traction Control ruins the fun :iono: Thanks VW :paddle:

Jeff

:confused: you do realize you can defeat traction control in the r with vagcom

they have had this for like a year, apr even has a freeguide for it on their site
http://www.goapr.com/support/esp-defeat.html

CJ2X 10-30-2013 01:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheMKVI (Post 1435134)
E85 needs alot of injector. Can the stock fuel system keep up?


Yea, you'll probably need 1000cc and a bigger fuel pump. That's what most vehicles require..


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