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1.4 HDI charge cooler build HDI-tuning. lots of pictures
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14hdi
PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 3:19 pm Up
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Hi guys been on the forum for a while but don't really post much up. Iv got a 1.4 HDI i brought in august with 74k with plans of tuning and charge cooling. Loads of pictures to follow hope you like it....

The day i brought it driving it back from Luton to Bristol

 


Took the brakes of for a clean and saw they where pretty thin so thought id treat my self to GTI brakes and beam

 


 


Remapped it up to 85BHP print outs linked, goes pretty good for a 1.4 !!! very very happy with it.

www.hdi-tuning.co.uk/i...-85BHP.jpg

Being human i wanted more so de-cat, it did make a little difference by reducing lag and allowing us to do some more tuning up to 95BHP no print outs for this at the moment. No pictures of this as there on my mates phone but ill put them up one day.

Clutch seemed like it was on its way out then started slipping when i had a full car, so with the future in mind got a paddle clutch(left ones for the 1.4HDI the right ones for my mates 2.0HDI)

 


Wanted to get rid of the standard turbo box as it just looked boring plus the plans of the charge cooler to come so i brought a few pipes and reducers and lathed a 3" bar of alloy down to make the turbo flange. Fitted it and it looks good, don't think there is any performance difference maybe a little less lag as the box has a baffle plate but nothing special.

 


 


 


 



Brought a charge cooler, radiator and the Bosch water pump, this will be my next project to plumb it and go stage 2.

 


future plan are hybrid turbo straight through pipe. Ill keep you up dated.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 4:25 pm Up
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This is Awsome Smile I'm currently working on a 2.0 Hdi and got my map from Steve too Smile
Will look forward to upadates on this project Smile big thumbs up Smile

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14hdi
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Thanks glad you like it, not sure how im going to jam the charge cooler in.
Yeah steves my brother so unlimited map work. Still very surprised about how powerful a 1.4 can be, spins the hole way through second in the wet, not much but for a 1.4!!

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liking what you've done so far! really interested in this as i'm a bit of a 1.4HDi fan so will be interested what the baby derv can do. Keep us posted.

whats make is the paddle clutch and whats it like to drive round on?

PS. One of my favorite colours on your 206.

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14hdi
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I think its a panther but ill have to double check. Is good once you've got going but wouldn't recommend it unless your going to be tuning it. Took a while to bed in as it ceramic but its getting better/im getting used to it.

Iv also fitted EGT and Inlet temperature probes. Plus boost gauge. Will put some pictures up one day.

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i remember steves post on when he got his hands on the 1.4 for tuning purposes (im guessing yours) and said they ran hellish high EGTs but gave no figures as such.

I reckon by removing the CAT and making the exhaust straight through would help. Defo interested in how you have installed these on you car. hopefully that one day is soon!

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Nice to see another 1.4hdi Smile

I've a 307 1.4hdi, I'd like a map, but I live too far from Steve.

I may wait until I don't need the car for a week, then I guess I could post him my ecu?

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Yeah you could always post your ecu down. If you do next day before 12 he can get it and send it back up the next day.

If some ones interested in the fitment of the Temperature probes ill take some pictures as soon as i get a chance.

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Got some pictures of the temperature probes, just drilled and tapped them in to the exhaust and inlet. I have the gauges in the glove box which can be linked to the computer to record it thought a drive.

 


 

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Fitted the pre rad for the charge cooler today, think im going to need a smaller charge cooler as there is no way of it fitting without a bonnet scoop.

The rad as it comes, it has a hole for the thermostat and some random lump of plastic on it.
 



Plugged the thermostat hole with a thermostat out of an old car.
 



Got the Dremel out and cut the lump off the side to make it thinner.
 


After alot of trial and error i made a bracket up (is green because that was the only paint i had to hand and you cant see it anyway)
 


Mounted on the other end by screwing straight into the plastic front and drilled a massive hole to fit the bleed pipe through into the engine bay.
 


Looks pretty good with the bumper on just need to find another smaller charge cooler.
 



Any ideas on charge coolers, what cars come standard with them ?

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I'm dying to hear about this project, since adding a regular intercooler to non-intercooled car is instant MOT failure around here. I've been thinking about this chargecooler painted black right after the turbo with small 90 degree turns. Unfortunately, it's rather expensive and I'd like to see some actual results before I go for it Smile
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Still in the process of looking for a cooler which will fit, should be soon.

Ill measure it up this time !

Glad your interested, hopefully you'll fine away around the mot problem:/

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defo following this and see what the 1.4 can do. i fancied intercooling mine but try to keep a little OEM though. damn PAS pump being in the way though.
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Fit an electric PAS pump then. If it fits!
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Will probably be able to fit electric PAS but what will i gain from that?
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