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    Scott LEE

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  1. a3scott20

    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    Decided to go more power with high & low pressure fueling upgrade APR HPFP is here and waiting on PagParts Walbro 525 LPFP. Some pictures sent by PagParts for the LPFP-
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    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    Happy new year 2019 Some more new stuff arrived- APR HPFP for more fueling. Still waiting on PPT LPFP so I can get engine software adjusted with more boost & timing APR 7.5R Catback, the quality is top notch and sounds AMAZING. At idle with valves close it sounds a little bit louder than stock catback with valve open. With light throttle the volume is acceptable for night (good neighbor ) living in the quiet place, this is very important for me.
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    R600 VAG

    You would definitely reach to that target with no doubt A friend of mine is running IMS710 with DQ250 and result is similar as your target, and yours is IMS780
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    Stage 3 Preparation

    Mine just installed TT V5, I would say this is a GREAT turbo, and boost comes very early For the preparation I have done before V5- APR DP, APR intercooler, R600 intake, aquamist water meth direct port 4 + 1 jets setup. Currently I am running only boost 2.0-1.9bar without HPFP & LPFP upgrade and it seems running good just by looking at the logs just some tiny knocks. But I think I would do APR HPFP next month to see if it can clean all the small knocks to zero on all four cylinders.
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    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    so I took out the turbosmart DV and installed back the OEM DV that came with the TT V5. The reason is that, when car was in tuning process we faced some issue with controlling boost, boost will keep going up slowly after peak boost, so I saw my boost peak at 2.1bar but instead of going down the boost came up from 2.1bar to 2.4bar then I let off the gas pedal as I was worried my pistons coming up from my engine . After OEM DV is installed, the issue gone and boost will taper to 1.9bar from 2.1bar peak. The turbosmart DV was GOOD when I was stock turbo IS38 but no idea how this DV made such big difference when using bigger turbo. BTW, I have found that there is a hole which is MUCH MUCH smaller compared to OEM DV, thinking of the small hose on turbosmart DV causing boost coming out not soon enough so boost keep going up .
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    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    YES!! I LOVE this feeling, moving so fast with 2.1-1.9bar
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    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    TT V5 is on the car, the housing looks HUGE compared with stock IS38. Currently the car is in tuning process
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    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    Turbosmart DV- it’s plug and play and is able to read stock DV signal just like factory, no need to connect vacuum. Sound is different but not louder. Throttle response is better. I didn’t try GFB but I think it’s similar since it’s just a DV [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] Turbo is TT V5 [emoji38]
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    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    Perfecting the water meth setup, direct port injection !! Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr Trying to get everything ready before big turbo coming in
  10. a3scott20

    R600 VAG

    Definitely following this built thread, GREAT WORK Damian
  11. a3scott20

    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    seats swapped today, 10kg weight saving Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr LOOKING AWESOME!! Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr
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    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    Did some new stuff since last post- The new Turbosmart DV which is direct fit to our car and connect to the factory DV plug so it can read signal from ECU. Now the throttle respond is better and it is quite obvious when let off throttle then give throttle again immediately. Definitely feel the difference As for the sound, since I am running R600 close box intake, it is just a little change on DV sound when let off throttle. Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr Also, I have swapped my Haldex controller for another new one with UM Haldex software installed, this made a BIG difference especially when fast cornering. For the launch control, I can really feel there is power pushing from the rear. Previously I timed my 0-100 using P3car gauge and it was 3.6s, after UM Haldex software I got 3.41s. I'm totally happy with this mod By the way, the Gen5 Haldex is super easy to take out and install, swap was took about 5min only as it has only two screws. Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr
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    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    First time launch control, not bad another video checking how low the intake air temps I can reach with water meth-
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    a3scott20's LapizBlue 75R

    Did some changes on battery coding as I am running small 17Ah battery. Before changing it, the system did not know I swapped to smaller one and considered the lithium one as factory bigger battery so my lithium battery did not get charged properly, fortunately the lithium battery itself will make sound if voltage is low in order to let driver know the lithium battery needs to be charged, I then charged it using their specify lithium battery charger. Everything is fine now. Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr Untitled by Scott LEE, on Flickr
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