20v APY Mk2 Garrett GT28RS.

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  1. frenno

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    Lifted engine again and stuck some heat mat to the bulkhead and started final fit of the turbo

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    What a great build thread, will need to keep an eye on this one, 1.8T is the next plan for my golf. Will start my own thread shortly [:D]
     
  3. frenno

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    Cheers :thumbup:

    Here are some more pics its really coming together now...

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    coming along nicly now:thumbup:
     
  5. Ditchyboy Forum Member

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    what front and rear engine mounts did you use mate?

    cheers
     
  6. frenno

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    Vibra technics ones
     
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    hey have you got any hints and tips on the wiring, or even any good sites for it
     
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    Looking sweet - s3 = my next engine upgrade!
     
  9. frenno

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    SHES ALIVE!!!!!

    First turn of the key today! - not getting a spark at the moment not sure why but hopefully work it out tomorrow.

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  10. frenno

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    Few plugs I need help with....

    Does anyone know what these are and if i need them?
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    Does the N75 plug in here?
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    Also does the sensor in here need to be used or can I leave it out?
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    Thanks for any help on these
     
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  11. frenno

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    Turned out to be two relays in the wrong way round so it started today [:D] [:D]

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    Big thanks to AndyOut who made the loom- Top top work

    Few bits and bobs to sort out now like DBW pedal, gauges, exhaust & oil cooler

    just well happy to hear it start up today
     
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  12. Vento Mike Forum Junkie

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    You sound chuffed!

    Nice one mate.
     
  13. turbotommy Forum Member

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    Sensor in the plastic pipe is your MAP sensor,must go between I/C and throttle body although you can get an adapter to mount it in a different (hard) pipe.
    N75 goes into the TIP
    Pipes & gubbins look like they are for the N249 valve,can't see it fitted to rocker cover so probably not needed.
     
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    Thanks TurboTommy :thumbup: got the MAP sensor in the correct place now
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    Cheers I was so happy to hear it start first time, thanks for the advice and pointing me in the direction of AndyOut that wiring would have been a nightmare without his help
     
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    thumbs up for AndyOut, he did my wiring too! started on turn of the key!!

    Any need for you to be doing the work with your top off? lol
     
  17. frenno

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    That's not me, that's my mate and it was bloody hot that day! :lol:
     
  18. MazmoNZ New Member

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    What car is that in the background of the first video? Looks sweet!

    Did you say you were from Brighton??
     
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    Yeah I'm in Brighton, the car in the background is an '86 Mazda RX7 my mate is building a big turbo rota engine for it to 1/4 mile should be a bit of an animal, 450bhp is his aim.
     
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    Nearly there.....

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