A quick video we shot of us doing some testing on our new camshafts. Specs on the engine are as follows:
2L 20v bottom end using our 1.8t stroke kit, with IE Tuscan rods and JE pistons.
AEB Head, with 1mm oversize valves, IE prototype springs and retainers, and IE HOT prototype camshafts.
IE Rams horn Exhaust manifold with PTE 5857 billet
Test performed with conservative timing and 22-23 psi. 573 BHP... For now you can try to guess what power it was on stock cams :)
VW - AUDI 1.8T Cylinderhead - Rotationtest 7500 RPM
GT-Power makes a Rotation - Test for the Original 1,8T Camshaft and Valves
on the Thyssen Cylinder Head - Dynometer in Germany.
All Heads must stand this test before they goes in Production.
Lambo, Porsche, Audi R8 and allthe other high tech cars.
GTP was the first Tuner which have done this Test, to make sure when comes
the critical point in making setups.
Chiper and many Tuners just set the Rpm Limiter wherever they belive, but
realy nobody knows.
Our Customers are not our Testdrivers and this test have to be done, to
make sure how high can we run our Power Setups with turbokits installed !!
This High Tec Rotation - Test shows with lasermessurement exactly the valve
shattering from the hydraulic valve followers, the valve clearance and how
much Rpm you can run save the Engine without the valve hit the pistons
7250 was just safe......
7500 with hot oilsfoam of older lubriation, the head get under stress and
the "hydraulic pushers" start to to jitter. ( it is also a classical engine
fold by the Audi RS 4 and S4 )
They dosent work exactly anymore and we have to lower the RPM in the safer
We do this Test with a complete new head, new valve guids and new liters.
Just imagine, what can happend if you drive your engine with over 80.000 km
and older valve guids or older lifters. Ergo you should change them
Sorry for the bad video quality.
Comp Cams - How it's Made
Competition Cams, one of the industry leaders in performance engine
equipment, walks PowerTV through the complex process of designing, creating
and manufacturing its high performance cam shafts.
IE 1.8T Longitudinal Intake Manifold Testing
Pre-release video of the Integrated Engineering longitudinal intake
manifolds on the IE test cell engine Dyno. Using the latest in
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software, our engineers have optimized
the manifold's airflow and power range for virtually any turbo charger. The largest power gains will be
seen on setups using a GT28-30R/EFR 6255 or larger turbos, however due to the unique plenum and
runner design even aggressive K04+ sized turbos will see gains throughout the RPM range.
The pictured power graph is the final testing performed on a 2.0L stroker
engine at 12 psi Boost level. As you
can see, this manifold shows excellent power gains through the mid-high
range and very little low end power sacrifice with maximum gains of 80 HP
on this set up.
MK4 1.8T @ 9.95 1st Pass Pittsburgh classic 3 9/12/2010
Pittsburgh Classic 3 @ pittsburgh reaceway Park 9/12/2010.
8V lugtronic turbo Rabbit and pick up
on ITB's, NICE.
MK4 20VT @ 9.95, first pass with new set up according to info.
This is a fast 20V, 9.95 with problems? can't wait to see it with a clean
pass @ full Boost and better
weather(no much of traction).
Cylinder Head 105 - Valve Job Basics
Valves not sealing? Valves not bent? This is how you fix that problem.
In this video I outline the basic valve job procedure. Cleaning the
valves, cleaning the seats, cleaning the combustion chamber and lapping the
valves in to make a better seal.
Here I cover the process start-to-finish. It's the same exact process for
pretty much all non-rotary combustion engines. It takes patience and
perseverance to do this job, but anyone can do it. Reference your service
manual for measurements and service limits. Everything else that's not in
your service manual is in this video.
I apologize for not having broken busted crap to work with in this video.
It's more beneficial to all of you when bad fortune falls on me because it
gets well documented, and many people watching these videos are looking for
answers. If you have bent valves, you will discover it quickly once you
chuck one up in the drill. You'll see the face of the valve wobble around
while it spins. You'll see evidence of this damage on the valve seat. If
it's bad, you may see damage on the valve guides in the form of cracks or
missing pieces where the valve guides protrude through the head ports.
Give all that stuff a good visual inspection. ...and if you doubt yourself,
never hesitate to get a second opinion or consult a machine shop. They
will have access to expensive tools that you wont find in your average
Demonstration of Precision Dual Ball Bearing vs. Journal Bearing
Showcasing the difference between two identical Precision 6765 turbos and featuring the new Precision Waterless
Air-Cooled Dual Ball Bearing technology.
Update: The Air-Cooled CHRA doesn't have longevity issues. I have over
20,000 miles on my GT42-7275R CEA DBB already without any fault and I BEAT
this thing up.
How to identify your VW/Audi 1.8T engine as an 058 or 06A block
VW/Audi 1.8T engines have many engine codes, but they all fall under two
engine types: 058 or 06A long blocks. These two 1.8T engines are very
different block designs and use many different parts. This Integrated
Engineering "How to" video will explain the differences between these two
engines and how to identify yours.
Visit www.performancebyie.com for all your VW/Audi performance solutions!
VW Golf GTI 1.8T gets 2.0 liter Stroker
eurotuner Magazine Project Silverstone goes to Raven Motorsport in Long
Beach, CA for a complete engine overhaul. Integrated Engineering provides
2.0L stroker kit and 034Motorsport supply ported AEB headl. Stay tuned for
big-turbo build from 034. Read about the
build at eurotuner.com
Audi Hungaria Motor Kft / Production - Gyor Hungary
http://www.eurocarnews.com - Audi AG - Engine production in Győr already
began in late 1993 with pre-series production. The engine plant was
officially opened in October 1994. In opening this plant, Audi not only
safeguarded its international competitiveness, it also created a strategic
base in Hungary that increasingly gained in importance. Győr now produces
almost the entire range of Audi engines.
Engine production started with the four-cylinder five-valve engine with a
displacement of 1.8 liters, in both naturally aspirated and turbo versions. V6 engines with a displacement of
2.4, 2.7, 2.8, 3.0 and 3.2 liters have also been built at Győr since 1998.
The volume production of 4.2-liter eight-cylinder engines was started at
the end of 1997. By this time, diesel engines with pump-injector technology
were also produced at the Győr site.
The product range was expanded in 2002 with a new generation of engines
featuring FSI gasoline direct injection; the connecting rod production line
for four-cylinder diesel engines began operation two years later. In April
2006, Audi Hungaria brought a particularly powerful engine onto the market
-- the 5.2-liter ten-cylinder gasoline engine with FSI technology. Another
milestone followed that same year: The company presented the Audi Valvelift
System -- a future-oriented, highly efficient and at the same time
surprisingly simple valve-control technology.