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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby Legion739 » Thu Jan 19, 2017 9:18 am

Went to Robot Racing Yesterday, and thought what the **** are boost pipes doing sticking out of a 3.2 VR6 :eek:
Had a chat with The Snail and heard about this epic build :hurray:

Damn this is one insane build !! :drool: and that sound :crazy: :crazy:
Love that you're doing all the work and tuning yourself, this is really going to be a monster :evil:

Are you still running stock Diff and prop shaft etc. ? I know S3's love to break those, and with the power you'll be making stock won't last
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby Pynoxim » Thu Jan 19, 2017 11:07 am

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby Unobeat » Thu Jan 19, 2017 11:42 am

What an Epic build with so much detailed information.
Great work man

Loving the pics and all the info. :thumbup:
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby JonaDTD » Thu Jan 19, 2017 12:07 pm

Pynoxim wrote:That's his RaceFace


Looks like THANAS ;)
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby The Snail » Thu Jan 19, 2017 2:07 pm

Hahahahahaha kak funny, stalker pics and all :grin:

Shot a lot guys!

Yeah still stock diff and prop etc. I havent even thought that far yet!

I pulled a new focus rs this morning, so im quite happy with the way its pulling so far! But the rs definitely pulled harder than the oettinger g7 that I had a run with.

Also, I hit just just under 200km/h on the quarter mile last night. Stock I was hitting around 160km/h. So thats a decent improvement so far. :troll:
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby vwdubnam » Fri Jan 20, 2017 12:14 pm

keep up the good work

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby vwdubnam » Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:47 am

Bump

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby The Snail » Thu Feb 16, 2017 10:30 pm

Sorry for long delay, busy with a few things on the car...

I put the stock intake manifold back on, little bit more tuning. Finally got the rpm limiter up to 7000, so so much nicer!! Car made 276kw and 570nm without meth, still at 0.6 bar boost. Im sure its close to the 300kw mark with meth, going to try pull the box off this wkend and get the clutch done. Then start upping the boost and making power!!! So amped!!!
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby vwdubnam » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:45 pm

Top top top
276kW???
Thats so much.
Keep up the good work

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby soso » Mon Feb 20, 2017 11:24 am

I have subscibed to this awesum build. :popcorn:
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby The Snail » Thu Feb 23, 2017 11:35 pm

Dankie baie!

A few minor updates, just finished stripping the clutch off. Proved to be quite tricky doing it man alone! Flywheel is REKD lol Sending the clutch away to see what can be done to make it hold a bit / lot more, need to start making some power now!!!

Finally got my fog light grills on!

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Stock manifold back on and a little cupra lip...

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Logging screen thing i made, handy little thing!

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My stock clutch and flywheel

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Trying to figure out how to make a new exhaust manifold to make use of the twin scroll now, i actually have no idea how im going to place it with the stock intake manifold back on again..

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby vwdubnam » Thu Feb 23, 2017 11:51 pm

great stuff. Car looks sweat with the lip.
To who are you sending the clutch? Wouldnt a aftermarket clutch be better for more power application? And cost? Just asking
What device did you use for logging? And what software?

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby The Snail » Fri Feb 24, 2017 12:20 am

Dyno with crappy short runner manifold...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eD7ec-hhYOg

Dyno with stock manifold, you can hear how much more aggressive the boost comes in!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-UfCy7b1hY

Quick pull UP a bridge

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YDJypNJrKc
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260kW and 390nm
Eurodyne maestro software

Audi 3.2 vr6 Turbo
323Kw and 660nm @ 0.7 bar

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Postby JasonCPT » Fri Feb 24, 2017 12:22 am

I want that screen!
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby The Snail » Fri Feb 24, 2017 12:23 am

Shot man!

Il forward all the details tomorrow once i have them!

I use vagcom for loggin, the device in the pic is my own that i made. Going to build it into my cluster :D
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Audi 3.2 vr6 Turbo
323Kw and 660nm @ 0.7 bar

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby Quinny » Tue Apr 11, 2017 10:56 pm

Awesome build thread there guy... real quality work and very inspiring. 2 thumbs up!
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby B16A4 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 9:11 am

Love these motors turbocharged.. big ups to you and the amount of DIY on that car

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby DCmk3 » Thu Apr 13, 2017 1:23 pm

When will this car finally have a clutch? :deadhorse:
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby Unobeat » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:48 pm

Epic stuff
Car is pulling epicly, great power.
Hop hop..

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby The Snail » Tue May 02, 2017 12:26 pm

Jeepers sorry for the long delay with updates, il post a pic or two later with the progress! The chorrie should be running before the weekend! So freaking amped!!
ex. Golf 4 GTi AGU/AUQ

t3/t4 50 trim .48ar
260kW and 390nm
Eurodyne maestro software

Audi 3.2 vr6 Turbo
323Kw and 660nm @ 0.7 bar

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby The Snail » Tue May 02, 2017 11:34 pm

Okay so I finally got the clutch done and back on! Unfortunately I had to go button clutch without springs, i couldnt find a clutch plate with springs in time, so i ended up using my stock clutch plate and put 6 buttons on. I had the dual mass flywheel gutted and bolted together!! Lets see how long it holds for for! Looks pretty solid though!

Reineir at ElectigEel helped me out with the dual mass to single mass conversion, as well as getting the clutch done for me. I paid R500 to get dual mass bolted together (special price for me lol), and R1500 for pressure plate refurb, and 6 buttons put on stock clutch plate. I then had the whole kit balanced at Stealth engineering in killarney gardens. Also found out that he actually makes single mass flywheels!! Quoted around R3700!! If only i had known earlier :crazy:

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My way of holding the flywheel in place to tighten the flywheel bolts, makes life easy!

ImageIMG_20170422_110336 by Nicholas Tolken, on Flickr

When u dont have a engine hoist lol desprit times!

ImageIMG_20170422_115227 by Nicholas Tolken, on Flickr

This is what im currently busy with, my new exhaust manifold..What a effing nightmare to make!!! The worst of it is finally done, just busy adding the wastegate ports to the collector now. Reineir at ElectigEel made the collector for me, check those sexy welds!! One day when im big haha
I ditched that crappy flowing cast manifold and decided to build a new one with the stock manifolds, so i can actually utilize the twin scroll on the turbo. I used 48mm steam pipe, 3mm wall thickness. I paid R40 a bend at universal steel alloys, but apparently at maxsteel they go for like 10 bucks a bend. This simple little contraption has taken me DAYS to make!! :crazy:

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Once im done with the manifold, then i need to build the new exhaust. Finally getting rid of the super anti free flow stock 63mm resonator! Running 76mm Dp into 85mm exhaust.

Hoping that she will be running by the weekend!! :driving: :hurray: Im having massive boost withdrawals rofl
ex. Golf 4 GTi AGU/AUQ

t3/t4 50 trim .48ar
260kW and 390nm
Eurodyne maestro software

Audi 3.2 vr6 Turbo
323Kw and 660nm @ 0.7 bar

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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby THANAS » Wed May 03, 2017 12:51 am

Niiiiick! This is awesome. Been way too long since the Audi was running! That manifold is a massive improvement over the previous setup.
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Re: 3.2 vr6 turbo random info

Postby Pynoxim » Wed May 03, 2017 8:12 am

Yaaaay, some nice Progress here, get the Audi back on the road so we can start building my intake :D
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