vegener at post7.tele.dk
Wed Oct 23 17:44:01 EDT 2002
You take a big step from stage 2 to stage 3
Stage 3 you want to play 320 - 400 Hp?
Bigger turbo, injectors, FPR, MAF -
A std. RS2 turbo have some lag but if the center core
with connetions for oil and water fit - then use a kkk type.
The Garrett takes a lot of time to fit.
Be prepared too for a bigger inlet hose from
MAF to turbo and for using better brands of
hoses - if you go to 2.5Bar or more.
If you keep the boost at 2.3 you will find, that the bigger turbo have less losses = lower temp giving maybe
50 more Hp at the same boost as the IA Stage III.
But all things have to fit together.
The fuel chip have to know if you are running RS2 injectors and MAF.
I have problems with the cheramic trust bal bearings of the Garrett. After just 5.000 km I have endplay for the
second time. A k24 last 250.000 km. or more.
But R8 LMP900 use Garrett !
----- Original Message -----
From: "Greg Johnson" <gregsj2 at attbi.com>
To: <200q20v at audifans.com>; <s-car-list at audifans.com>
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 4:10 PM
Subject: Turbo Upgrades?
> Quattro Crews,
> I have IA's Stage III ECU installed on my 91 200 TQA and a Lehmann
> Exhaust Manifold is on the way. I'm thinking that if I'm going to go
> to the trouble of swapping out the EM, I probably ought to upgrade the
> K24 turbo as well. Would be interested in hearing about what those of
> you who have done this have experienced.
> I noticed noticed on Hoppen's site they sell three upgrades: 1) ECU, 2)
> ECU and EM, and 3) ECU, EM and RS2 Turbo. Is Stage 2 sufficent? If
> one does Stage 3, is it sufficent or does one need to address the MAF,
> FPR, and injectors as well?
> What about the turbo? RS2? K26? K26/K24 hybrid, Garrett?
> Thanks for your collective wisdom and input.
> Greg J
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