20 How can I get more power out my VW? — Volkswagen Corrado

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20 How can I get more power out my VW?

A:Buy a VW a VR6 engine :-. It’s an FAQ that’s

of a book, and that’s probably you should start.

After you go this FAQ to give you some

idea, look at the info under power upgrades:

The actual archives are mirrored at a of

locations also mentioned in FAQ.

Following are a couple of old modification which are

easy inexpensive that will the power

of the car. In general, the the car the more room for

improvement. VWs have much less for easy

improvements because of the components are already

near

One easy upgrade path for VWs is therefore to look at

newer VW models, see what they and see if you

can swap parts. For example, VWs have the restrictive

exhaust swapping it with a large one from

a newer model (if or using the catalytic converter

from an SLC will help.

be aware when buying components on their

true Usually the top horse power is quoted

while ignoring the of the power band. Your car may

more top end (high RPMs) sacrificing power at the

low end (low which is where most driving

occurs. The over all may therefore be that the car

may actually slower off the line, but be great

passing another car.

So decide where you want to then research

whether the in question really achieves Also

select performance that fit in the stock position

those that do not. is probably more true for

components than engine but is a good general

rule to Parts that deviate too may require

extensive modifications, reliability, make more

or may even render you car unsafe.

In Reduce the exhaust backpressure

exhaust) Advance the timing distributors,

Use synthetic oils and transmission).

83-84 GTI:

throttle body with a one (Audi?).

[From Peter Tong]: You can get one a later Audi 5000

of the body style. I think 82 and up.

good donor car is the ’85 or a Golf that had

CIS-lambda. You to seal/cap off a vacuum line

off it, and in almost all cases transfer

throttle linkage from ’84 TB to the new TB. Just

make that the newer throttle has a screw

adjustment for the idle You also want to purchase

a small l screw driver/flat screwdriver bit

to adjust the idle. On the 84s the adjustment was a

hex that was easily on the newer TBs its a screw

and with the TB on your current manifold its

to adjust the idle. You also to make a plate

84-87 (US):

For the JH 1.8 big-valve engine, use a

exhaust manifold from any car up to ’81, get the

short TT’s (retain cat) for 10 HP, with a 17%

at 4200 rpm and more torque replace

exhaust system from the cat (US$150) factory VW g-

grind (Autotech, $99)

[From Tong]: What is the difference the TT

downpipe and the downpipe that stock with the dual

manifold on earlier cars?

The is different. The diameter is smaller. The

are slightly more abrupt in cases (some

aftermarket downpipes aren’t mandrel

even with inner radius’ slightly pinched On

most of the earlier cars cats the stock downpipes

before the cat with a flexpipe. The

doesn’t hurt flow but is of smaller diameter. Also

the of the collector on the stock pipe is

that it would help at rpm — the problem is the dp

diameter is too to support the flow at that rpm

is from my experience). In the end count on the

dp getting really restrictive 115hp. When I

first put my 2.0 in and was revving it — the back

from the stock dp combo was so that I blew

a nickel hole it it! This happened though I

was running a 2 exhaust and supertrapp of the cat.

Kind of funny but it to seak out the weakest pt

on my stock dp and it out. The stock dps also

two welding methods that seen holding the

exhaust flange mating surface. One a small

metal brace the type is just welded to the

The TT downpipe is nicely made and has well on my

car. It is stiff in ways compared with the

Volkswagen Corrado

system, and tends to transmit vibrations than the

stock (perhaps due to the stiffness). The

collector about 2.5-3 before the cat and is 2

pipe. Tubing is mandrel and the angles

50-70 in 4th gear: before and 7.5 after. 3rd

So you can see it improved the by about a 6%

85 GTI:

Change map by cutting wire #11. on the

control unit and grounding #3 was connected to

AT’s not CARB Gas consumption near stock.

Stage 3: Like Stage 2 but a cam, affects mostly

Remove cold air snorkel restrictive) = 1-2 HP gain

Power available from both APS

others.

Stage I/P-chip: of 7-10 HP at the top end. Most

reported little or no gain. have

complained that chip seems to produce

Replace throttle body w/o air ramp (10% more

This is nothing more the European

progressive TBody. It make the low end a tad

weaker, which, with other enhancements

make the car less jumpy.

KN filter. APS recommends the above 3 to

produce the best effect to an additional

30 HP.

Remove cold air (too restrictive). Their

name is Helmholtz resonator, and

indeed a sort of muffler.

Get a new set of such as those from Note:

Mostly improves the top

Use VW Motorsport’s Variable Inlet (VSR). See

archive on this. An gain of 30-50 HP at

3000 Expensive (2300US$), but chances are

certain shops may produce a low immitation.

Buy a turbo charger VW is about to release a Van

called the that uses a 250Bhp VR6.

Other turbos on the Vr6 produced around 300Bhp

the car virtually unmanagable.

There are a few 3.1 conversions available. Not

enough on that as yet.

Probably MORE.

Caveat: Most of the are merely small fixes do not


require replacement of a major component such as the

cam or the exhaust which is usually the next

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