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how to rebuild t3 turbo?
by brandon

i got to rebuild my turbo it's a garret T3. any suggestions on where to get a rebuild kit and how much it cost's Thanks.i need to put this thing on soon!!
Posted on Apr 15, 2000, 3:22 PM
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turbo rebuild
by justin

I know Turbo City has reasonably priced rebuild kits for the T3. The even have a step by step video to help you along the way.
justin
Posted on Apr 15, 2000, 5:55 PM
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8v tranny
by Plat

ok, heres the deal...my transmission is HURT. I chipped a tooth off of my reverse gear and on it's way down to the pan it had a little fun and basically made my tranny a noisy unreliable P.O.S. Now i am thinking about getting it rebuilt with a quaiffe differential possibly making it a six speed. I have a TT chip, custom straight through exhast, a K&N filter in a chopped airbox and i want to super/turbo charge the 8v in the near future. My question is, does anyone have any experience with the quaiffe and would it be worth putting into my jetta now without any forced induction? Oh yeah ball park figures on cost to do this would be nice too.

Thanks,
Plat
Posted on Apr 15, 2000, 11:23 AM
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dude u must be rich..ha
by deo read

a quaife alone is $850 on sale..ha and normally $975 or 1000..then a regular rebuild is like $350 if its cheap too...then a six speed conversion is well over a grand alone..ha so you looking at like $2000 just in a tranny ha at least..i would do your engine and suspension up first and the tranny last..heck if the tranny is toast now..got put a used $150 or $300 one in it for now..and keep trucking
10-4
\x/ Hillfolk!
Posted on Apr 15, 2000, 2:56 PM
from IP address 207.204.249.73






if you got it spend it.
by chris

I got a quaiffe in my 020 9a it helps mostly in hard fast cornering where you can stand on the throttle hard in the beginning and pull the car through. Straight line it doesnt help w/ tire spin too much (does spin both tires thouhg) weight transfer is more of a bitch. Mine was rebuilt/installed by Krafswerk in CA for a total of like 1700$ a lot of money but if u want forced ind in the near future it's the only way 2go as the quaiffe put the torque on both diffy bearings insteadof just one like in a stock diff.i blew up three 150$ tranny's w/ my 180hp g60 b4 the krafswerk one but none since then and i drive it hard everyday do need to replace synch's though im another karate shifter hooah wha hooah
Posted on Apr 16, 2000, 5:15 PM
from IP address 209.96.241.17






Quaife is worth every cent
by Dolemite

Mainly for durability,But you can't beat the way it makes you pull through a corner when you stand on it at the apex........You can pull outta over or understeer just by feathering the throttle a little,then it's like a guided missle.........
Posted on Apr 16, 2000, 11:39 PM
from IP address 209.204.86.209






2.0 l oil coolde pistons?
by VW

Does the ABA or the 9A (2.0l VW &Audi block) have oil squirters under the pistons?
Posted on Apr 14, 2000, 9:29 PM
from IP address 148.122.66.52






Yes
by dolemite

Uh Huh
Posted on Apr 15, 2000, 1:39 AM
from IP address 209.204.90.155






1.9l crank?
by VW

I saw on www.hsmotorsports.com a 1,9 l conversion kit using an original crank with 92.8 stroke.
From which engine does this crank come from?
Posted on Apr 14, 2000, 8:17 PM
from IP address 148.122.66.52






92.8 mm is 2.0L crank yo
by deo read

the 92.8 mm cranks came in 2.0L 16v's, 2.0L low deck and tallblock motors etc.. the also made factory 95.5mm cranks too in the 1.9L turbo diesels and tdis etc one of those in a bubble block with bigger pistons is a 2.1 liter maybe 2.2.. they make a aftermarket 99mm crank to from ottinenger??.. i think its them any way its a torque crank etc not good fro high revs but sick torque ..at least thats what i've heard ..ha
oh well
later \x/ HILLFOLK!
Posted on Apr 14, 2000, 9:08 PM
from IP address 207.204.249.90






So what do i need
by VW

i have an 1.8l turbo running 14 psi of boost.
Which crank can I use to increase stroke?
Posted on Apr 14, 2000, 9:16 PM
from IP address 148.122.66.52






95.5mm cranks
by jerry

give me a year and model if you have them handy. i don't have anything that current to look at.

thanks

http://members.tripod.com/~vwturbo/gti.html
Posted on Apr 15, 2000, 12:55 AM
from IP address 209.240.200.188






what do u mean jerry?
by deo read

hey do you mean what cars came with these 95.5 mm cranks?..or waht?

they came in 93 and up 1.9L diesel vws...like golfs and jettas and passats etc..but they have to be the 1.9L engine..the made them in canada too etc..the new tdis have them too..man i was just digging around for my "proof" ha.. oh well..i have to find it any way etc.. i have a contact to get some of these 95.5mm cranks kinda on the cheap im looking into doing one myself in a 2.0L tallblock
hey jerry let me know abou the ford wiring diagram ..can i use that eeciv tunere thta is avaible to adjust the ecu?..it looks nice but really a pain in the butt?..seems like the guys on the forum about it seemed to be adjusting againist th ecomputer ie fghting it ha ,,,they made a change and the computer tried to change it too etc.. u have any experience with it?
thanks
later \x/ HILLFOLK!
Posted on Apr 15, 2000, 2:48 PM
from IP address 207.204.249.73






cranks
by jerry

how much on a crank?

that computer tuner is awesome! i was talking with the owner on he says the sky is the limit, depending on your knowledge. its pretty simple to install and change parameters. i still have to get the pistons back in the motor, then i'll be able to tune the fuel mix and timing. i also have a lab scope to do some o2 data logging to see if its lean or rich and where in the rpm scale needs to be corrected.
Posted on Apr 17, 2000, 5:43 PM
from IP address 209.240.200.80






yup yup
by deo read

cranks price supposedly in the $400, may be tiny more, range...cool that tuner is nice huh?..hey all i need is the main ecu right i grabed that ..and my engine harness...do i need the other 2 computers?..a bulb check one and a brown one ?..i don't think so...let me know
thanks
Deo
\x/ hillfolk!
Posted on Apr 17, 2000, 10:50 PM
from IP address 207.204.249.91






ecm
by jerry

the only one you need is the ecm. the other 2 won't have anything to do with the turbo setup.

what year was it? did you get the injectors and ALL the sensors?

email me exactly what you have compiled so far and i'll let you know wat other parts to look for. you also need to get a ford distributer and the vw distributer to me so i can adapt it.($100)

i think you will be really pleased with this setup.
Posted on Apr 18, 2000, 10:34 PM
from IP address 209.240.200.35






mummn
by deo read

yeah i have all the sensors as far as i know..i have the ford distrubuter, air vane, harness and ecu...etc..mumn i may use this with my eaton setup ..that would work right?..boost is boost..ha..and it was from a ford supercoupe too...mummn..oh the merkur was the donar for the ford ecu stuff and the injectors are brown ones etc
...let me know thanks
deo
\x/ hillfolk!
Posted on Apr 19, 2000, 6:42 PM
from IP address 207.204.249.73






eaton?
by jerry

is the a boost control setup? you don't need anything but the ford system. you will still need a fuel pressure reg. you can use a ford one or buy a mallory 4309. let me know if you need anything else.
Posted on Apr 21, 2000, 8:55 PM
from IP address 209.240.200.165






eaton and turbo stuff mixed
by deo read

yeah its a '92 ford supercoupe eaton m90 supercharger setup etc...the merkur stuff is from a '86 ..i broke the mapp sensor yesterday for it oh well...can other ford ones work?..and ithe distrubuter i got from the merkur is kinda tight it doesn't spin freely.. i have it sitting with some marvel mystery oil soaking into the bushing area etc..hopwfully that works...as fro you distrubuter mods..i need it to fit a 2.0l block etc they have larger openings and a bigger gear...does the ford setup have a knock sensor?...is there a way to use the 20v heads coil packs?...the 2.0L tall blocks im using have crank postion sensor if that helps..oh well let me know
thanks
Deo
\x/ hillfolk
Posted on Apr 23, 2000, 9:59 AM
from IP address 207.204.249.81






parts for sale
by Barry

2.0l 16v upper intake with throttlebody, sandblasted. $100
2.0l 16v pistons with rings and wristpins, good used..- $100
8v dual downpipe with manifold- clean - $120
8v digifant head- needs rebuilt- $75


Posted on Apr 14, 2000, 7:01 PM
from IP address 152.163.197.186






parts
by stephen peacock

I would like to buy the two liter pistons if they are in good shape ( no gouges or cracks) my phone# is 606-255-4472 my name is steve
Posted on Apr 18, 2000, 4:44 PM
from IP address 207.168.102.236






8v gearbox
by VW

How much bhp/Nm can a stock gti 8v gearbox handle?
Posted on Apr 14, 2000, 6:00 PM
from IP address 148.122.66.52






8V vs. 16V turbo
by typ53

I'm building a 2l cross-flow 8V tall block turbo, mostly for street use. It seems to me that with a good intercooler and turbo, and programmable FI, that an 8V should be able to make more power than a front drive car can effectively get to the ground. Even with a Quaife. But I see a lot of 16V turbos here and I'm interested in what the advantages are. It there a minor increase in performance potential with the 16V, or a great one? What do you guys think?
Posted on Apr 13, 2000, 7:50 PM
from IP address 128.6.248.57






Mo Flow Yo
by Dolemite

The 16v head flows alot more air than an 8v and can make more power with less boost,It all depends on the final numbers your after,If I was looking to stay in the 12-13 sec range,I'd have an 8v,But I'm just on a stepping stone and nowhere near my targeted hp goal yet..........
Posted on Apr 13, 2000, 11:17 PM
from IP address 209.204.89.216






how can you tell if my turbo needs rebuilt?
by brandon

hi i got a turbo charger(garret t3) and i'm interested in puting it on my GTI problem is when you grab the propeller shaft it wiggles. is this fixable if so how?
Posted on Apr 13, 2000, 11:27 AM
from IP address 152.163.194.214






Wanted....turbo car
by Eric

Still looking for an A1 turbo Rabbit...the more trick the better (ie SDS, etc)...if I end up buying a car and doing it myself, do any of you know approximately how hard it is to junk CIS and put SDS on, or do they work together somehow? I know I've heard the use of fuel rails thrown around, not just bigger injectors in the stock location...so I am starting to think it may be a super bitch. Thanks and sorry for long post
Posted on Apr 12, 2000, 2:07 PM
from IP address 199.165.233.106






Turbo clutch ?'s
by Eurovr6

83 GTI tranny, 1.8 8V turbo set up. My question is what are you guys running for clutches? Probably only looking at 10 or so PSI so nothing really extreme there. Just curious as to what the good clutch set up is? Cheers...
Posted on Apr 12, 2000, 12:48 PM
from IP address 205.188.192.48






Not big on sprung centers but.......
by Dolemite

Depending on your driving habits and what you want outta the car,You may be able to get away with a 16v PP with a stock disk,If that gives you problems,Try a solid center 3-4 puck,It'll take a little getting used to,But if you let the pedal up slow,You'd never know.........That's my current set up BTW I'm about to expeirement with some manufactures stage whatever whatever so we'll see what happens........
Dolemite
Posted on Apr 12, 2000, 11:41 PM
from IP address 209.204.86.114






6 Puck
by TurboTom

You could go with a 6 puck solid hub from ACT and a 16V Pressure plate. The 6 puck will make it a little smoother than 4 puck. The 3-4 puck discs will hold just about anything.
Posted on Apr 13, 2000, 12:16 PM
from IP address 152.163.213.59


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