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Old 10-21-2007, 12:03 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Well even if you dont get power the engine will stay cleaner. It will probobly give 7hp with an exhaust. And thats horespower to the flywheel not through the wheels. So its only gonna show to like 1 or 2 hp to the wheels. But its still a good thing to invest in early on.
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Old 10-21-2007, 02:03 AM   #22 (permalink)
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No the Crabinio Exhaust has dyno proven gains of 7whp

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Well that says the cai gives ABOUT 7whp. That 7whp will not happen unless you have an exhaust on there to help the cai give you its full potential. The more you can let out the more that gets let in. If you dont have the exhaust its not gonna give you that 7whp. It will give you that lower 2whp maybe even 4.
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I couldn't find the dyno read out in that link, where abouts is it?
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Sorry here is a guy from VWvortex member with Intake, Exhaust and GAIC tuning.

VWvortex Forums: anyone have a dyno of the Carbonio CAI for the 2.5L

of course i'm not getting the intake right away but you can see what kind of gains he got
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Wow that car dies quick before 5000rpms. Has quite a bit of torque in it compared to HP to, Kinda odd.

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Old 10-23-2007, 12:33 AM   #27 (permalink)
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I wouldn't recommend putting an R32 in a Jetta.

Main reason is weight. The extra weight the sedan has over the hatch will limit what the R32 can truly do. It'll be faster no doubt but you'd be neutering the performance.

Why not slap an Audi A6 turbo in there? Audi & VW are swappable. A6, A4, S4 etc. Remember that whatever swap you do a bigger engine needs more fuel so you'll have to change the fuel gauge & tubes so that the engine will get the amount of gas it properly requires. You'll also need bigger rotors, pads etc.

I own a Jetta too ('01 2.5) so I know about your need for more speed (I should have gotten the 1.6 or VR6 dammit), and I also own an 84 vw gti so I've see different types of mods.

I'm not sure where ya live but when I first got the gti the first thing I changed was the manifold for headers and brought it to these guys:

Welcome to Autobahn Speed Tuning!

They speak nothing but VW (and audi & porche) and do swaps all the time. Maybe get in touch with someone from there if you want to get specific.

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Just find a crashed RS6 and get the tt V8 from it.
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I wouldn't recommend putting an R32 in a Jetta.

Main reason is weight. The extra weight the sedan has over the hatch will limit what the R32 can truly do. It'll be faster no doubt but you'd be neutering the performance.

Why not slap an Audi A6 turbo in there? Audi & VW are swappable. A6, A4, S4 etc. Remember that whatever swap you do a bigger engine needs more fuel so you'll have to change the fuel gauge & tubes so that the engine will get the amount of gas it properly requires. You'll also need bigger rotors, pads etc.

I own a Jetta too ('01 2.5) so I know about your need for more speed (I should have gotten the 1.6 or VR6 dammit), and I also own an 84 vw gti so I've see different types of mods.

I'm not sure where ya live but when I first got the gti the first thing I changed was the manifold for headers and brought it to these guys:

Welcome to Autobahn Speed Tuning!

They speak nothing but VW (and audi & porche) and do swaps all the time. Maybe get in touch with someone from there if you want to get specific.

Good luck
Even with the xtra weight on the car 247hp would be alot more than you would get from slapping a turbo on a car that only makes 150hp. The hatch is probobly only a couple hundred pounds less in weight. I would just throw on a lightweight flywheel to counter that problem. A really good turbo kit would bairly bring 100hp unless you have a high stage kit with all the fixings. Also why would the fuel gauge and tubes need to be replaced??The engine would come with the right injectors it needs to run it. So the only things you might need to change is the ECU and the fuel pump. Maybe an AFPR would do some good but those are better for turbo engines. Also with the bigger rotors and pads its not that easy. In order to have bigger rotors you need to relocate the caliper so that needs a bracket and theres a good chance you would have to extend the brake line. With the bigger pads you would have to have a whole new caliper. The stock caliper will only fit one size pads. You can get ceramic pads or go for racing pads like "the green stuff". But if you add power make your brakes better for sure. If you get 250hp or even a turbo with good torque get a dual piston caliper setup with drilled and slotted rotors. Safety first!!
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Just find a crashed RS6 and get the tt V8 from it.
I highly doubt a V8 would fit into a jetta without huge modifications. Also with 2 turbos thats pushing it even more. Ive seen a V8 in a focus so I know its possible.
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