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1.4 HDI charge cooler build HDI-tuning. lots of pictures
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Edward
PostPosted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 3:36 am Up
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I was referring to southwestchaps comment about the PAS pump being in the way.
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southwestchap
PostPosted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 4:12 am Up
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Yea ive beening looking into it and seeing what the best route to use for the PAS.

Benefit is that you could use the IC setup from a 1.6hdi 206 to keep OEM.

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14hdi
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I guess i could work if i brought a barrel cooler. Then put it across the engine.
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TelaKeppi
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That's the way I've been envisioning it. The smallest AVT Barrel chargecooler should fit, but bending the pipes could be an issue. I'll have to make cardboard model to see how it fits. A real bonus would be if it fits under the OEM engine cover to make it look completely stock.
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14hdi
PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2013 3:01 pm Up
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Just got my wheels back from powder coating, never been so happy. Cant wait to get them fitted !!!!!!!

 


 

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PezHdi
PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:14 pm Up
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Very very nice What colour are theses and what size? Looking good tho :]
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14hdi
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They are 16/205/... from a 307 with 195/45 tyres on them.

Colour is light anthracite, just waiting on the spacers so they don't rub on the struts then they will be on !!!

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Brilliant Smile what size spacers you going for?
Are you or have you lowered the car?

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14hdi
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Got 20mm spacers hopefully turn up tomorrow. The GTI axle i brought is lowered i think, but im going to lower the front on 35mm springs then refurbish the rear axle/set it to an appropriate height.
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Sounds like a plan mate :] I went to IM axle to have mine refurbed and they were brilliant Smile
let me no how you get on with the 20 mm spacers as i want some but dont no how much to go by, dont want no scrubbing :] Nice updates mate :] Keep it up :]

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14hdi
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Yeah hopefully the spacers will turn up today as im going to be sat by the door waiting Smile

Iv watched enough videos and think i should be fine refurbishing the axle if not i know i guy which replaces the bearings so ill take it down to him.

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14hdi
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Haven't updated for a while as not much as gone on due to me being skint. Wheels are fitted and i am going to refurbish the axle some time in the week when i get a couple of free days.

These pictures are with 20mm spacers all round, took the 20mm off of the front but left them on the back.
 


 


 


Thinking of lifting the back up when i change the bearings, as the beam i brought is fairly low.

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14hdi
PostPosted: Tue Apr 16, 2013 5:03 am Up
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Refurbed the axle but dint take any decent pictures as I was fairly busy all day. So much nicer to have the back end not creaking every time someone gets in the back.
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How's Steve getting on with the 95bhp map?
307 1.4hdi Smile
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All is well, booked in for the rollers on Saturday afternoon.
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