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Old 12-04-2017, 08:43 PM   #1247
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TTE is the company, and from what I also understand it is a hybrid K04 with a bigger compressor wheel and a clipped turbine wheel.



https://www.uspmotorsports.com/Engin...a-2.0-TSI.html


Damn this seems pretty legit! For those not wanting to go with a full on BT setup I must say this sounds look a good option.


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Old 12-04-2017, 09:03 PM   #1248
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I didnt feel like reading through every comment

Is a stratified tune (I have APR intake/downpipe) quicker then APR STAGE 2?

Only asking because I do find the crackle tune very appealing.
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Old 12-04-2017, 09:25 PM   #1249
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Damn this seems pretty legit! For those not wanting to go with a full on BT setup I must say this sounds look a good option.


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TTE is VERY high quality. It's a k16 wheel that is clipped, stronger WGA, other upgrades that I'm not positive about right now, as I h asve not read about it for a while. Very legit though, yes.
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Old 12-04-2017, 09:35 PM   #1250
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TTE is VERY high quality. It's a k16 wheel that is clipped, stronger WGA, other upgrades that I'm not positive about right now, as I h asve not read about it for a while. Very legit though, yes.


Just going to the link and reading up on it has me sold! Something to consider if/when I decide to do a turbo upgrade. Iím assuming a Stratified tune/custom software would be the only route for the unit to function properly?


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Old 12-04-2017, 09:37 PM   #1251
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Just going to the link and reading up on it has me sold! Something to consider if/when I decide to do a turbo upgrade. I’m assuming a Stratified tune/custom software would be the only route for the unit to function properly?


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UM has TTE tunes, but I cannot be sure it's for the mk6 gti. A custom tune would be best I'm sure.

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Old 12-04-2017, 10:01 PM   #1252
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The issue I forsee with the hybrid setup is heat. KO4's overheat on the track as it is, I am sure with the similar style manifold the EGT's are only going to be worse on the hybrid
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Old 12-04-2017, 11:23 PM   #1253
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The issue I forsee with the hybrid setup is heat. KO4's overheat on the track as it is, I am sure with the similar style manifold the EGT's are only going to be worse on the hybrid


Well for people who donít track their car regularly or at all probably wonít be a huge issue for them.


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Old 12-05-2017, 01:53 AM   #1254
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I went from APR K04 > LOBA LO412 (hybrid K04) > PPT EFR7163, the different between K04 and LO412 was very impressive and it was fast as APR GTX kit but for sure you need WMI and custom tune to get the HP level similar to APR GTX. Here in our country we donít dyno to see how fast the car can go after mod but we time 100-200kph instead. For mine APR K04 did mid 10s - low 11s, LOBA LO412 did mid 8s - low 9s and PPT EFR7163 did low 7s. 7163 is another world that Iím scared to WOT sometimes but LO412 is fast enough for our FWD car IMO.
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Old 12-05-2017, 06:00 AM   #1255
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The issue I forsee with the hybrid setup is heat. KO4's overheat on the track as it is, I am sure with the similar style manifold the EGT's are only going to be worse on the hybrid
It is indeed a hybrid, but you've got to take into account that Porsche basically has the same turbo on their 996 and 993. It's a k04 with a k16 wheel, so it's not a new idea, just a newER one for us. Bigger wheel, moves more air, thus, more heat.

Here's the size difference,... quite a lot...



"This K16 turbine gives much lower back pressure and keeps EGT lower compared to stock K04 turbine or clipped stock."

https://www.awesomegti.com/shop-by-b...turbo-charger/

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Old 12-05-2017, 10:37 AM   #1256
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It is indeed a hybrid, but you've got to take into account that Porsche basically has the same turbo on their 996 and 993. It's a k04 with a k16 wheel, so it's not a new idea, just a newER one for us. Bigger wheel, moves more air, thus, more heat.

Here's the size difference,... quite a lot...



"This K16 turbine gives much lower back pressure and keeps EGT lower compared to stock K04 turbine or clipped stock."

https://www.awesomegti.com/shop-by-b...turbo-charger/
How does that big ol wheel fit in the k04 housing? lol
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Old 12-05-2017, 11:05 AM   #1257
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Stratified Flash Tunes Released for the MK6 GTI

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How does that big ol wheel fit in the k04 housing? lol


With magic! Lol


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Old 12-05-2017, 11:30 AM   #1258
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420 hp 461 ft lbs on a golf R (more drivetrain loss obviously)
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Old 12-05-2017, 11:52 AM   #1259
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It is indeed a hybrid, but you've got to take into account that Porsche basically has the same turbo on their 996 and 993. It's a k04 with a k16 wheel, so it's not a new idea, just a newER one for us. Bigger wheel, moves more air, thus, more heat.

Here's the size difference,... quite a lot...



"This K16 turbine gives much lower back pressure and keeps EGT lower compared to stock K04 turbine or clipped stock."

https://www.awesomegti.com/shop-by-b...turbo-charger/


Itís not the turbine. Itís the manifold. Put as big a wheel as you want on there. It may make more power, but itíll make a lot more heat. Heat kills power, kills repeatability, and if not tuned conservatively will fry your motor.

How much horsepower did a 993/996 come with from Porsche with a six cylinder and two turbos? ~400? So 200 per turbo? So basically what the Golf R with a K04 was designed for? 250? So, using the Porsche engineered it for that example doesnít really work.
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Just posted this in BT thread https://youtu.be/EJgBZ3Cm5O4

420 hp 461 ft lbs on a golf R (more drivetrain loss obviously)


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