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Old 12-17-2016, 12:55 PM   #183
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Awesome build Hyde! After seeing the issues with other tuners and seeing how awesome pag has been to you I'm deciding to go this route as well. Low output with stock internals for a bit then a full build like you've gotten into. See if I can roast these 275s! Haha

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Nice, are you getting the 7163 turbo from Pag Parts? What wheel setup do you run for 275's?
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Old 12-17-2016, 01:16 PM   #184
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Nice, are you getting the 7163 turbo from Pag Parts? What wheel setup do you run for 275's?
Yeah I'll be getting the kit from them after I pay some stuff off. The cars currently widened 4 inches all around so I'm running 19x10 front and 11 rear with Bridgestone re760 sports all around. It's currently stage 2 but with these steam rollers I barely chirp my tires launching at 4k. I'm running flowformed forgestars that are surprisingly light (about 24lbs)

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Old 12-19-2016, 05:23 AM   #185
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Arnold's 7163

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Old 12-19-2016, 12:41 PM   #186
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Sub'd. I'm also hoping other tuners support the efr for mk6 guys. I'm kind of weary of maestro after all of the negative feedback I've seen "/

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I am going with a bigger turbo and my expectation is that I will find a good tuner and do custom tuning. Can't expect to find something off the shelf that works perfect. Once you build a motor, add the fueling setup and the turbo setup the last thing you want to do is skimp on tuning after dumping 15-20K into the setup. (opinion).
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Old 12-19-2016, 12:58 PM   #187
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I am going with a bigger turbo and my expectation is that I will find a good tuner and do custom tuning. Can't expect to find something off the shelf that works perfect. Once you build a motor, add the fueling setup and the turbo setup the last thing you want to do is skimp on tuning after dumping 15-20K into the setup. (opinion).
Pag parts does the tune using maestro so it's actually damn good! I messaged them for more info. The issue is actually with getting tunes from maestro is what I've found

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Old 12-19-2016, 08:44 PM   #188
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Awesome!
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Old 12-30-2016, 09:07 PM   #189
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As erball said I'm making a full time career out of the TB installation (taking my sweet ass time) but I decided to knock out a few things today, most of which barely had to do with the BT build but was bothering the hell out of me.

-removed bumper
-fixed deautokey LED fog light kit
-replaced fender liners
-installed all new fender liner/belly pan clips and screws
-installed a new 3.5" air straightener
-installed new battery box
-installed the new Torqbyte Bluetooth module
-replaced my nearly wasted ST-40 front brake pads
-received my new TTS master cylinder from mikejsmith1985
-installed cat and Vibrant J spacer for inspection
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Old 01-15-2017, 06:06 PM   #190
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Went on a bender this weekend to finish the Torqbyte CM5-LT wiring. While it's not overly complicated it is time consuming to do it right. Now for someone like myself with OCD, wiring the trunk and finishing all connections in the engine bay took WAY longer than I ever imagined. I would finish a layout then re-do many of my connections or wire routing for the cleanest, most reliable system. Overall here was what I finished this weekend (PM3 and CM5-LT power supply was already run in phase 1). Photos to come over the next few days on IG @becauseryanjacobs

-ran the RPM signal wire from the CM5-LT in the trunk along the passenger's side into the firewall where I tapped into the ECU harness
-ran the GPO1 (two twin spray port injectors) GPO2 (boost controller/solenoid relay) wires from the CM5-LT in the trunk along the driver's side into the engine bay.
-connected the GPI1 wire to my Aquamist level sensor to failsafe the Greddy Profec boost controller via GPO2.
-ran the GPI2 wire to the dashboard for my future AEM Water Meth Gauge installation to failsafe the Greddy Profec boost controller via GPO2.
-ran power wires for the injectors and for the boost controller/solenoid relay to a shared in-line 5-amp fuse then to 10amp switched power source in the driver's side fuse panel.
-connected the GPO1 wire and power wire to the port injectors
-connected the GPO2 wire to the boost controller/solenoid relay
-connected the 4-bar MAP sensor harness
-extended the Greddy Profec boost controller harness to run it behind the firewall
-relocated the Greddy Profec MAP sensor unit under the fusebox
-re-ran and cleaned up my amp/sub power wiring
-replaced PCV gasket and o-ring on the ECS catch can rear breather port after noticing some blow-by on the valve cover
-reassembled battery tray, battery, catch can hoses, intake, firewall and sensor connections

Still To Do:
-load the new CM5-LT file / check activation settings
-turn on car, check RPM signal with TorqView
-test GPI1 Aquamist level sensor switch active or inactive on TorqView; we need closed when tank is empty
-fill meth tank
-connect port fuel source from rubber low pressure fuel line-trunk foam blocks
-run the AEM Water Meth Gauge gauge wiring harness / connect flow sensor to water meth pump 6mm line
-connect AEM Water Meth Gauge blue low side output wire to GPI2 (#8 purple)
-connect console switch and ground water meth solenoid for post turbo / pre-intercooler meth jet
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Old 01-15-2017, 06:12 PM   #191
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Went on a bender this weekend to finish the Torqbyte CM5-LT wiring. While it's not overly complicated it is time consuming to do it right. Now for someone like myself with OCD, wiring the trunk and finishing all connections in the engine bay took WAY longer than I ever imagined. I would finish a layout then re-do many of my connections or wire routing for the cleanest, most reliable system. Overall here was what I finished this weekend (PM3 and CM5-LT power supply was already run in phase 1). Photos to come over the next few days on IG @becauseryanjacobs

-ran the RPM signal wire from the CM5-LT in the trunk along the passenger's side into the firewall where I tapped into the ECU harness
-ran the GPO1 (two twin spray port injectors) GPO2 (boost controller/solenoid relay) wires from the CM5-LT in the trunk along the driver's side into the engine bay.
-connected the GPI1 wire to my Aquamist level sensor to failsafe the Greddy Profec boost controller via GPO2.
-ran the GPI2 wire to the dashboard for my future AEM Water Meth Gauge installation to failsafe the Greddy Profec boost controller via GPO2.
-ran power wires for the injectors and for the boost controller/solenoid relay to a shared in-line 5-amp fuse then to 10amp switched power source in the driver's side fuse panel.
-connected the GPO1 wire and power wire to the port injectors
-connected the GPO2 wire to the boost controller/solenoid relay
-connected the 4-bar MAP sensor harness
-extended the Greddy Profec boost controller harness to run it behind the firewall
-relocated the Greddy Profec MAP sensor unit under the fusebox
-re-ran and cleaned up my amp/sub power wiring
-replaced PCV gasket and o-ring on the ECS catch can rear breather port after noticing some blow-by on the valve cover
-reassembled battery tray, battery, catch can hoses, intake, firewall and sensor connections

Still To Do:
-load the new CM5-LT file / check activation settings
-turn on car, check RPM signal with TorqView
-test GPI1 Aquamist level sensor switch active or inactive on TorqView; we need closed when tank is empty
-fill meth tank
-connect port fuel source from rubber low pressure fuel line-trunk foam blocks
-run the AEM Water Meth Gauge gauge wiring harness / connect flow sensor to water meth pump 6mm line
-connect AEM Water Meth Gauge blue low side output wire to GPI2 (#8 purple)
-connect console switch and ground water meth solenoid for post turbo / pre-intercooler meth jet
patiently waiting for more pics lol
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Old 01-15-2017, 06:22 PM   #192
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patiently waiting for more pics lol
coming up on IG.
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Old 03-22-2017, 07:12 PM   #193
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Been quiet here on my end because winter, been slowly collecting parts for fun (INA metal coolant flange, new intake clamps, AEM meth gauge, new Aquamist parts) while longer term projects take time (powder coating, body shop). After locating and fixing my EVAP code, a spot opened up at my local body shop but it’s been there for 3 weeks for front bumper work, new front splitter lip, rear spoiler extension rear diffuser (current OEM silver front lip for sale now). As soon as I get it back I have to try and pass inspection then the real fun starts after it’s street legal again… interior race conversion (seats, rally shift knob, steering wheel done already), rear suspension (400lb linear swift springs with powder coated rear lower control arms), port fuel / meth updates, 18” x 8" ET45 TD Pro Race 1.2 wheels with RE-11 tires currently for sale so I can move over to a wider 17” setup, dyno tune results come May-June and killing super cars the rest of the season.
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Old 04-19-2017, 06:23 PM   #194
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Pic of the INA coolant flange? I thought that was only for the 1.8T. I tried searching and couldn't find one for the TSI.
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Old 04-19-2017, 08:05 PM   #195
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Pic of the INA coolant flange? I thought that was only for the 1.8T. I tried searching and couldn't find one for the TSI.
Arnold at Pag Parts has them for sale, I'll take some photos of mine shortly.
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Old 05-11-2017, 08:27 PM   #196
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Been a while since I’ve updated my build thread parts list and posted some updates here as all of my updates are posted daily on IG (@becauseHYDE16). The GTI has been “under the knife” so to speak…

Spring Changes:
-got the car back over the winter, finished all the Torqbyte fuel management wiring for the port fuel injection and many other finishing touches
-went into the body shop to have the front bumper re-shaved and fenders painted, added front splitter, rear spoiler extension lip and exhaust diffuser
-spent nearly 3 months driving it around home to figure out how to pass emissions and finally passed with the right combination of software and exhaust setup
-drove it over 400 miles to finish the engine break-in, swapped out the break in oil and sent for analysis at Blackstone Labs (report was great)
-added Corbeau seats for some serious weight reduction
-added TTS master cylinder
-sold my 18x8 wheel and tire setup, new shoes on order
-while waiting for new shoes I decided to lace my Wilwood rotors with safety wire and add new rear Hawk HPS 5.0 brake pads
-decided to swap out my rear springs out from 285 progressive to Swift 400lb linear springs

Next Up:
-data logs with updated Eurodyne BT file / turn on port fuel tuning
-polish/detail entire car for show season
-AEM failsafe methanol gauge, new methanol distribution block, methanol tuning
-transmission build
-powder coat rear control arms
-other changes

Brake Changes:
Rear Hawk Performance HB544B.628 HPS 5.0 pads
TTS Master Cylinder
Wilwood Forged Narrow Superlite 6R Big Brake Front Brake Kit / SS brake front lines

Exterior Changes:
Maxton Rear Diffusers
Splitter’s P.R. Front Splitter
SRS-Tec Rear Spoiler Addon

Engine Bay Changes:
Custom Powder Coated Alien Silver Neuspeed HI FLO Air Charge Pipe
INA Engineering Coolant Flange
Torqbyte BM1 Bluetooth Unit
WhanAB Billet Aluminum Dipstick Handle

Suspension Changes:
APR Dogbone with SuperPro bushings
Swift Rear 400lb Progressive Springs

Interior Changes:
Corbeau RRB Seats

























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