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1.4 HDI charge cooler build HDI-tuning. lots of pictures
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sicskate
PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:24 am Up
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How did the rr go?
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14hdi
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Never went in the end, just looking for a reasonably price RR.
Ordered loads of stuff for the new charge cooler, started insulating the manifold, turbo and down pipe to reduce heat soak as much as possible.

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Started insulating the turbo and manifold to reduce heat soak once the cooler is in.
Still need to take it to the rollers on stage one before i fit the cooler.

 


 


 


Got a hole bunch of pipe work and fittings ready to put it all together.

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PezHdi
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Nice dude :] looks pretty cool, Notto keen on the red pipes but each to there own.
Cool charger looks really cool I bet you cant wait to get it on Razz

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Going for black pipes when i fit the charge cooler, going to try fit it under the engine cover. cant wait to see what power we can get from it.
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Yeah it will be interesting Smile what kind of power you expecting and what other plans have you got for future modifications?
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14hdi
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Not sure what boost the turbo will be able to run before if cooks. Might need to put an oil cooler on but hopefully not.

Might put bigger injectors in....

Maybe see if the VVT from the 1.6HDI is an easy modification. If not get bigger turbo from something else.

Thanks for thew interest and i have no idea what power i will get out of is hopefully 120 but i think that's a bit optimistic?

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Well I'm very intrested in these engines to be honest ad I have one my self bit mines the 2.0 version Very Happy
Do you no what turbo you have?
A oil cooler would proberly be a wise choice if you pushing it mate Razz
It be interesting to see what it will produced.

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My turbo is a KP35 about the size of my hand, not even joking !

What have you tuned your 2.0 hdi up to?

And with regards to the oil cooler ill have to look at the oil temps first, water temp never goes over 80 unless im in traffic.

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yeah i would look in to oil temp, as for the turbo im sure you can find an upgrade. Just depends on what the actual engine can take. Razz
Mine dosnt go much over 80 as well to be honest Very Happy
Its runing 120 Bhp and 292 Nm RR proven atm.

Got many more plans for it to be fair for a bigger turbo/hybrid, R70 pump, new injectors so on so on :]
But before all of that i need to replace top mounts and get it tracked up and reset the camber as iv just put 0.5 neg bushes in to wishbones.

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14hdi
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Not done an update in a very long time, not done much just bits and bobs

Heat wrapped the down pipe and insulated turbo/manifold

 


 


Also completely removed the egr (already removed from ecu). Used a blanking plate from eBay and then made a plug for the inlet manifold.

 


 


I then wanted to get rid of the air box in preparation for fitting the charge cooler, the only way I could get it out the way was to put a cone filter on. This meant that the header tank would have to be moved. The only option I could think of for moving the header tank was to use the tank from the 2.0 hdi and make up a bit of my own pipe work.

 


I then found a reducer to take the maf down to the compressor housing and mounted the cone filter with a metal bar going down to the bell housing.

 


 


 


Then needed to sort the oil breather out so made a oil catch tank up and managed to squeeze the pipe in behind the boost pipes.

 


 


 


Thanks for looking, hopefully have more updates soon.

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Very cool, how does it sound with the air filter?
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Much loader, and lots more whistle to the turbo.
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southwestchap
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great bits and pieces done on the car chap... all looking to be on the right lines. interested in seeing where this goes. much more difference with removing the air box and the box between the turbo and engine? what power of map are you running at the moment?
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Running it at 95bhp Need to get it on the rolling road soon.
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