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Lowdaily
10-08-2010, 01:37 PM
What you guys running, im thinking of going for the .82 but will only be revving to 8.5k my choice for now is the .82 housing[:|]

Audi Skate Snow
10-08-2010, 03:12 PM
.63 seems to be working for all the guys reving to 8k+ .82 would be super lag

Kyle H
10-08-2010, 03:33 PM
I'd go with .63, but I wouldn't choose a 35r anyways....

nunya
10-08-2010, 03:48 PM
You must hate a powerband and traction, FWD, 1.8ish displacement, stock cams with a GT35 .82? :-)

You do realize the stock cams fall off badly after 7k right?

--dillon

JumboBlack1.8
10-08-2010, 05:41 PM
.63 seems to be working for all the guys reving to 8k+ .82 would be super lag

My .82 a/r isn't super laggy.....takes a LOT to get it that way, but it can be done


You must hate a powerband and traction, FWD, 1.8ish displacement, stock cams with a GT35 .82? :-)

You do realize the stock cams fall off badly after 7k right?

--dillon

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Lowdaily
10-09-2010, 05:18 AM
You must hate a powerband and traction, FWD, 1.8ish displacement, stock cams with a GT35 .82? :-)

You do realize the stock cams fall off badly after 7k right?

--dillon

I have a AWD shell i just picked up i swapped the shell for the 3652's i had from pmoss said they was 3658's. :(
Im running stock cams, At the moment its a small 1.9. Revving to 8k+, but was leaning more towards .63 housing as i dont want super lag but won't it just die off. I will be looking into cams when the engines running and weared inn. I wanted it stroked but the VAT to get pistons, crank and rods is loads from IE equates to like $3,000. I did plan on running a 1.9tdi crank and custom pistons. But that fell through an now ive got 82.5mm 8:5:1 pistons and IE rods.