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Old 28th January 2011, 12:37   #1 (permalink)
 
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Tuning At TDI North

Well went to TDI North on thursday for a remap and the FD2 balancer shaft delete kit.

Can't say enough thanks to all at TDI North for all your superb work and customer service.

Would recommend the balancer delete kit to anyone, makes a big difference in noise and performance.

Mapping was carried out by Paul who got the most out of the car,
he managed to sqeeze 242BHP and 176lbft which i am very pleased with

Let's say the drive home from Warrington to Norwich was a great drive to remember.

Cheers Paul and the other guys for all your great work and friendly service.

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Old 28th January 2011, 13:02   #2 (permalink)
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Excellent results!

What other mods have you got on the car?
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Old 28th January 2011, 13:18   #3 (permalink)
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Old 28th January 2011, 13:35   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks Loxy, have attached the dyno with mods on.

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Some really nice mid-range torque you've got there.
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Good having you here yesterday.
Hope the car was driving a lot smoother now it been "tuned"
The sound difference will be different cam angles so the engine is breathing a lot better. It won't be because of the ballencer shaft kit.
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Ooops, well done for noticing the deliberate mistake

The car is transformed and really smooth.

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Old 28th January 2011, 17:11   #8 (permalink)
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thats some good gains there matey, bet your well pleased.
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Hi, really please with the result, it's like a different car now!
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Nice, what was it before the balancer delete kit?
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Nice, what was it before the balancer delete kit?
edit: read it all wrong haha!

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Not sure mate as all the mods including the balancer delete were put on before the mapping.

Still grinning
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I belive car had been tuned previously but with an RRC, but since then it was removed and a big throttle body added. Couldn't see much point in tuning before we did the work as it would take a while just to prove the oil pump kit as thats been done now.

What I am seeing with the kits is that on a stock/lightly modded car the difference is far more noticable than on something heavily modded where you have a lot more power in the first place to keep the momentum so to speak.
You do notice it on the road though. Car spins up and is much more free revving than previously.

Really nice combination the JDM cams and the oil pump kit. Pretty much FD2 engine now apart from the pistons.
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so would the FD2 pistons be better than the FN2 ones?
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so would the FD2 pistons be better than the FN2 ones?

Yes compression will be slightly higher.
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Will know for sure next week.
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Will know for sure next week.
cool, and a set of FD2 pistons would be roughly?
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Its not a 5 min job so step away from that thought!
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We see DC5s and EP3s with identical mods and the EP3s make more power.
Some would say higher compression is a good thing. Some would say it reduces volume in the chamber.
High compression has it's place with high octain fuels. For a general road car I think you will be fine with stock pistons.

Saying that........ I gone high compression! Doh!
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You do notice it on the road though. Car spins up and is much more free revving than previously

don't I just know it GRRRRRRRRRRR
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