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what you need to do is get going on it again and hit a mile stone so you feel like you have acheived something. then it will bring back the motivation to finish it.
you cant just give up. youve done most of the hard work.
yeah, ill be back in the clio as from tomorrow as i only had the cupra insured for a week so i could pick up on any bits that need doing. as it happens there are a few little bits and bobs but ill do them now that it will be coming off the road.
i took mine to rs tunning and pretty much got the same sort of results at first. was making 153 atf but they changed the plugs and knock sensor and that boosted it to 163 bhp without the map.
the map then took it to 170 with it on 120,000 on the clock but it has had a bloody good life.
you know what, ive been driveing the cupra round for the last week and so farim loving it and it has accually exceeded my expectaions. i heard the handle like a shopping trolly yet suprisingly, this one accually handles really well because its on coilovers. the power is ALOT more than the clio...
the measurement is taken from the inlet manifold but thats what i was saying, if the pipework is the same size how does it cause more air to go through without an increase in pressure.
i probly sound really stupid lol.
so its more to do with the volocity of air that the turbo pushes through, i understand how that makes more power, just thought that this would cause an increase in pressure as more air would be being pushed into the same amount of space.
A few friends and I were just haveing a heated discussion on how a bigger turbo creates more power. My thoughts are if a smaller turbo is running 2 bar through the boost pipe system and is swapped for a bigger turbo on the same boost pipe system at the same pressure, the power will be the same...