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 on: Today at 05:38:39 PM 
Started by pablo53 - Last post by pablo53
I just wanted to post an update to this:

After running some tests with a journal bearing GTX3582R knock off, the compressed air with various nozzles ranging from 1/16" to 5/15" @ 120 psi just didn't generate enough rpm on the turbo.    I'm talking < 5k rpm.   

So I've ended up bagging the idea.   Perhaps with a ball bearing turbo of GT30 sized turbine would show some results.

I ended up going with a 12.8:1 compression ratio on this build for running 50% or larger ethanol content fuel and I expect to have much more noticable throttle response under all conditions.

Results will be posted in the vehicles section soon.

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 on: Today at 04:36:13 PM 
Started by BeLiPoWa - Last post by BeLiPoWa
p1570 immo problem

25 Immobilizer

    System description: IMMO         
    Software number: 5K6920870B
    Software version: 0206
    Hardware number: 5K6920870B
    Hardware version: H05
    Serial number: 00000000000000
    ODX name: EV_Immo_UDS_VDD_RM09
    ODX version: A03004

    Trouble codes:
        B104A00 - Engine Control Module (ECM) not authorized
            static



What do you think I can do to solve problem?

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 on: Today at 04:34:12 PM 
Started by setzi62 - Last post by CodeTurbo
Hi people,
    Easy question, I haven't been able to use ME7Logger in my Golf 4 1.8T 20V AUQ.
    I have a 12.12 VCDS cable, which has an FTDI chip, should I use a KKL one?. I tryed many things, like VCP drivers from Ross-Tech, standard FTDI drivers, using ME7Logger with -f and with COM port, nothing..., it fails right away.

Thanks!

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 on: Today at 04:11:21 PM 
Started by BeLiPoWa - Last post by sonique
p1570 immo problem

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 on: Today at 03:13:29 PM 
Started by sonflasch - Last post by sonflasch
thanks:_)

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 on: Today at 03:02:50 PM 
Started by Poody - Last post by Poody
So it's been a fun month and a half. Had to spend the majority of my free time replacing pads and rotors, doing a timing belt/water pump job, fabbing new intercooler pipes to fix my boost leak, and doing body work on my other project car, but I'm finally in a position where I can focus on tuning the VW again.

I am running into trouble getting datalogs to work. I have me7logger and the GUI set up properly AFAIK, but I'm getting a timeout error when trying to start logging. I've read that I might need to wire in a secondary/solitary K line wire, but I'm not sure how to go about it. For anybody who has had to do that before, do I just strip and splice the proper wires on the ECU/OBD plugs, or is it a temporary wire that is only connected while I'm taking logs? And could the K line really be my issue comsidering Maestro allowed me to take datalogs just fine?

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 on: Today at 02:52:43 PM 
Started by KasperH - Last post by KasperH
BTW did you try pressurizing an n75 all by itself? I would not surprise me if it couldn't hold more than 1bar

Nope, just turned the red silicone hose up and plugged in the pressure tester(PVC pipe end with tire valve)

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 on: Today at 01:32:27 PM 
Started by KasperH - Last post by nyet
BTW did you try pressurizing an n75 all by itself? I would not surprise me if it couldn't hold more than 1bar

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 on: Today at 01:28:04 PM 
Started by KasperH - Last post by nyet
True, but I have seen people mention running 1 bar springs a couple of times.
Maybe they just run it straight to pressure and delete the N75 completely?


Dunno. No experience in the matter.

[edit]: BTW I corrected an earlier post: dual port wastegates if you need more holding pressure *without* using a stronger spring.

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 on: Today at 01:21:16 PM 
Started by dirtnasty - Last post by vwaudiguy
if i just disable the error classes will the readiness eventually be set if i drive/run the test with vcds since it can't report an error?

No.

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