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Post #276
And theres me thinking that I would be the only one with silverDoh

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Posted 25th Oct 2007 at 22:43
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Post #277
i went for silver as well but have since changed my mind to black Ninja
Posted 25th Oct 2007 at 23:13
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Post #278
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Sounds like next week some time, take it you've gone for silver too then!


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Posted 26th Oct 2007 at 00:26
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Post #279
I ordered a gold one and my car is silver
Posted 26th Oct 2007 at 02:09
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Post #280
I have gone for the silver as well, they look awesome. Yes Thumbs up

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Posted 26th Oct 2007 at 02:20
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Post #281
chris with a pug wrote:
I ordered a gold one and my car is silver


Unsure

Laugh my ass off

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Posted 26th Oct 2007 at 04:54
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Post #282
These are the guide pullies that go onto the SC Bracket. As discussed, I was going to use Peugeot ones, but these should last a lot longer. They will be hard-anodized for wear resistance, and they have been increased in size by about 6mm over the Peugeot items, this is to reduce speed and extend bearing life Cool



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Posted 27th Oct 2007 at 20:45
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Post #283
cool, yeah ill have a tensioner pulley as well mate. This conversion is just getting better and better. Thumbs up
Posted 27th Oct 2007 at 23:32
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Post #284
how will you fit the tensioner pully?
Posted 27th Oct 2007 at 23:40
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Post #285
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how will you fit the tensioner pully?


It replaces the auto-tensioner pulley like for like, one T40 bolt Wink

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Posted 28th Oct 2007 at 00:31
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Post #286
is this the tensioner pully that breaks on some gti6s and causes cambelt failiure or am i barking up the wrong tree here?

if this is an upgrade of the standard item that wont break and cause premature cambelt failiure i think everyone in the club should have one

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Posted 28th Oct 2007 at 00:40
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Post #287
wrong tree. AUXILLARY belt guide pulleys. Not cambelt onesNo

I'll have one too richThumbs up

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Posted 28th Oct 2007 at 01:04
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Posted 28th Oct 2007 at 01:01
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Post #289
There has been a little 'Design Development' on these regarding the ICV mounting location.

The plan was to mount the ICV on the inlet manifold (as it currently is on your standard engine) and use a non-return valve on the ICV to prevent boost escaping under throttle, but this would still allow the engine to breather under vacuum (idle/part throttle) conditions.

The problem I had was sourcing a suitable non-return valve to work and fit into the ICV - so this has required a change of plan (at considerable expense to me BTW!!).

The ICV will now be mounted between the TB and compressor, as on my car.

The reason this wasn't done to begin with was because the Peugeot TB (which I wanted to retain) has a nasty breather assembly sticking out the front of it (black plastic thing with yellow connector) which would foul the ICV.

The solution now, as can be seen by the photo's, was to get a laser-cut blanking plate made up for the manifold, get a laser cut-blanking plate made for the TB (to replace that nasty breather assembly I mentioned), machine a mounting plinth for the ICV, and re-machine the MAP sensor housings to accomodate the ICV and EVAP (fuel tank ventilation) purge elbow (brass elbow ontop of housing).

Anyhow, its all been done now, will work, and looks neat. The only thing to deal with is crankcase ventilation, for which there are several options:

1. Fit beather filter to rocker cover hosetail.
2. Use oil catch tank
3. Breathe the crankcase gases back into the inlet sytem as per standard set-up.

The SC Kit will include a threaded 90 deg. 14mm plastic elbow, which can be mounted into the air-filter end plate for Option 3. This is essentially whats been done to my car, and it works well. Although I understand some people may want oil catch tanks/breather filters for the 'bling bling' effect.

The photo's show everything bar ICV ( I don't have one to hand) but I hope you can clearly see where it bolts down.

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Posted 28th Oct 2007 at 04:42
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Post #290
This pic shows the breather plate on the standard GTi-6 TB which has been binned 'cos it gets in the way (and is a pain in the arse generally).



This is the setup on my car, to show how the ICV will be mounted in identical fashion:

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Posted 28th Oct 2007 at 04:52
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Post #291
Doesn't that breather incorporate a small heater to prevent the throttle body from icing up in the winter?

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Posted 28th Oct 2007 at 06:18
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Post #292
That a seperate one Gary, on the bottom of the TB.

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Posted 28th Oct 2007 at 07:17
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Post #293
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Doesn't that breather incorporate a small heater to prevent the throttle body from icing up in the winter?


That's correct - but IMO its the biggest waste of time ever, hence i'm not to worried about removing it.

I'm not using one, and i've not ahd any problems last winter..

Anyhow, im sure the charger generates more heat than that little heater!

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Posted 28th Oct 2007 at 14:02
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Post #294
very nice!

rich i think im having trouble replying to your pm

let me know if you get one from me Doh

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Posted 30th Oct 2007 at 04:13
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Post #295
rich_w wrote:
gazzerdaman wrote:
Doesn't that breather incorporate a small heater to prevent the throttle body from icing up in the winter?


That's correct - but IMO its the biggest waste of time ever, hence i'm not to worried about removing it.

I'm not using one, and i've not ahd any problems last winter..

Anyhow, im sure the charger generates more heat than that little heater!


Thumbs up

Sorry if it sounded like I was trying to pick holes, I was just curious

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Posted 30th Oct 2007 at 05:01
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I dont know how to describe these manifolds other than FOOKING LAIRY Love







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Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 02:59
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Post #297
those black ones look sweet

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Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 03:08
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Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 03:09
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Post #299
Here's some pics of the bracketed up charger, with 6082 T6 Billet Alloy guide pullies Cool





And some pics of the inlet assembliy, showing ICV mounted now Cool




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Posted 2nd Nov 2007 at 03:13
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Im definatly thinking now that the black manifold was the right choice Smile Yes

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