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  1. What parts would I need for a k04 upgrade from a k03s, I know that it won't increase performance dramatically but just wanted to know what I would need if I was to upgrade.
  2. Beti the 300+bhp Yeti 4x4

    2010 Skoda Yeti 1.8TSI Elegance 4x4 by Shark Performance 323bhp sleeper family wagon 61,000 miles 2 owners FSH £9500 Beti is a highly-spec'd Yeti, lovingly modified by her first owner with Shark Performance (the first owner's build thread is here: https://www.briskoda.net/forums/topic/253927-beti-the-k04-yeti/). I've finished off some of the previous owner's modifications (rear brakes, uprated front pads, clutch delay valve, new-style Skoda badges) and used her as my amusing daily-driver and main family transport. As the rear seats are removable individually, and can also slide forward, Beti's proved to be quite practical with two kids and all their clutter! There's a detailed specification list below, though I've probably missed something - so just ask! Engine Spec/Modifications 1.8TSI engine fed on Shell Nitro Superunleaded (mapped on this fuel) K04-064 turbo conversion by Shark Performance Milltek 3" downpipe with sports catalyst Milltek mid-silencer Standard Yeti exhaust backboxes and tailpipes, so it looks and sounds standard! Audi S3 intercooler ITG/VW motorsport airfilter Audi R8 coil packs Remapped by Shark Performance 323bhp and 425Nm on Shark's rolling road: Transmission Spec/Modifications Haldex 4x4 system Standard 6-speed manual Sachs organic-lined clutch friction plate Sachs uprated pressure plate (higher clamping pressure) Clutch kit retains the standard dual-mass flywheel, so no nasty rattling from a single-mass conversion! Clutch-delay/damper valve has been removed to improve pedal feel (still have it if you wanted to put it back in!) Chassis Spec/Modifications Bilstein B6 dampers Eibach lowering springs Polybushes all round Has the metal sumpguard/skid plate as standard Standard 17" Spitzberg alloys and new Skoda logo centre caps (one with minor kerbing - see pics) Pirelli P-Zero tyres (all four good tread) Rear right wheel: Front right wheel: Front left wheel: Rear left wheel: Brakes Spec/Modifications Porsche 986 4-pots on the front (NQSBBK) with 312mm discs Ferrodo DS2500 pads on front Audi S3 rear calipers with 310mm discs Brembo pads on rear HEL steel lines ATE Typ200 fluid (the successor to Superblue) Pic of the front Porsche calipers when it was on the Annapurna wheels: Rear calipers: Interior Spec Columbus Satnav with bluetooth handsfree, build-in HDD storage, DVD player, SD card reader etc. 12-speaker premium sound system Panoramic roof (New replacement roof cassette and motor replaced last year!) Park assist (parallel parks for you - if you're patient enough...) Front and rear parking sensors Heated front seats ESP Tyre pressure monitor Climate control View through the roof: Toys: Satnav etc: It's always difficult to price a modified car, but this isn't the most expensive 1.8TSI Elegance 4x4 for sale at the moment - nor is it the cheapest. I've priced it a good few grand cheaper than an equivalent age Golf R or Audi S3, and it's got more power than they have! Additional bits If you pay the asking price I'll throw the following in: Skoda roof cross-bars (for carrying a roofbox) Annapurna 17" wheels (black and silver variant) with tyres (two Michellin with okay tread, two Barum which are down to about 2.5mm from memory) Brand new set of Continental tyres to go on the above (the Annapurnas were the car's summer wheels, I was going to put winter rubber on the Spitzbergs - but haven't worn the tyres on them out yet!) Spare wheel kit Rubber interior mats Rubber boot mat Spare MAF & MAP sensors, piston-type diverter valve, PCV and N75 valve - all common TSI failures and replaced as preventative maintenance.
  3. Reluctantly I am selling my modified Mk2 Octavia vRS, which I have owned from new. The car is a heavily modified 2006 '56' Silver Mk2 Pre-FL Octavia vRS TFSI with approximately 94,000 miles. MOT'd until January 2018. It is currently on a private plate, which is not included in the sale. I'm haven't got folders full of receipts to document the work, but as it's a well known car on the forum I'm sure several users will be able to backup my claims that this is very special, and well looked after example. I have owned the car since I was 19 from new and it has been my pride and joy ever since, so it is a reluctant, but necessary, sale. Engine: Revo Stage 3 remap - On the last dyno run it made 340bhp / 330lb/ft Golf Edition 30 engine block (engine has done 65,000 miles - swap was done in 2010) Audi S3 K04 turbo Audi S3 intercooler Audi S3 injectors Autotech HPFP Audi RS4 FPRV EVOMS cold air intake Pipewerx 3" TBE with custom dual 6"x4" oval tailpipes (reasonably loud, but sounds immense!) Forge PCV delete Transmission/Suspension/Braking Quaife LSD Forge short shifter Full set of BSH engine mounts AP coilovers Eibach ARB Golf R32 345mm front brakes (Painted in Hammerite Smooth Green to match the rears). Wheels 18" Team Dynamics Pro-Race 1.2 (Gloss black, in great condition). Cosmetics Full matte black vinyl wrap (installed by myself in 2012 - still looks awesome but the vinyl is reaching the later stages of its lifespan). It still turns heads. Gloss black vinyl wrapped front grille Latest Skoda and vRS badges front and rear WRC rear wing (not for everyone, but then again I am a massive chav). Matte black vinyl wrapped interior trim Photos: Negatives: The car was reversed into by a colleague at work around 2 years ago which lead to the damage to the bonnet, front bumper and nearside headlight. I have since replaced the bonnet but sadly there is still a scuff in the bumper and to the nearside headlight. I have a pair of replacement headlight units sat in my garage which will I will include with the sale. There is a very small car park inflicted dent in the rear nearside door. I am asking for £4950 ONO which I think is very fair for the calibre and age of the car. I have absolutely no intention of breaking it for parts so please don't ask me if I plan to do so. Thank you for reading the advert. Harry
  4. 2011 Mk2FL Octavia owner from India. In India we got a 1.8TSI labelled as a VRS with the full VRS Kit but the EA888Mk2 1.8TSI engine and gearbox. So with that as a base car, we decided to make a road worthy track car that can take on some mighty beasts. Engine Mods - APR K04 Turbo for 1.8TSI OEM 3Bar Boost Sensor with APR 3Bar beta file Neuspeed Turbo Outlet Pipe (K04 specific) Spullen Throttle body Pipe GFB DV+ and OEM DV APR Carbonio Stage 1 Intake Integrated Engineering FDS Intercooler Milltek DeCat Downpipe Milltek Non Resonated Cat back Neuspeed Dogbone Mount Spec Stage 3+ Clutch and SMF Flywheel Bilstien B14 Suspension Tarox B32-6 Front BBK NGK BKR8EIX plugs with R8 Coilpacks Tires are an Issue here as I just cant seem to find the right size (245/40/17) so am running 245/45/17 which is over the 3% barrier and is locking up the brakes and confusing the ABS. Track Testing Video Best Lap so far.. yes I know its terrible.. but the tires locking up made be brake way too early, and the oversize tires rubbing just killed traction at the wrong times.
  5. Could someone try and work out this mess that my engine bay's in? I've just got this Octavia VRS and it's got a manual boost controller with no line going into it and there's a pipe that leads off behind the engine controls the forge 008. Other link as the pictures are very large - http://imgur.com/a/ONMkE
  6. 1.8 TSI upgrade kit

    Hello Everyone I have started a project to upgrade my Octavia mk2 facelift 1.8TSI to a 340bhp monster on a budget, If any of you have the following parts lying around or have upgraded further and have the old parts in working condition and are willing to ship it to me in India will be great. I have paypal and payment is not an issue. Parts needed 1) K04 - 64 Turbo upgradable to 340 bhp with manifold 2) Intercooler with silicon pipes 3) HPFP 4) Red Ignition coils - set of 4 5) High flow injectors 6) Downpipe with CAT and resonated exhaust note 7) Remap 8) Performance clutch and flywheel 9) Performance timing belt. 10) BOV with relocation kit 11) HID - 2 nos
  7. Ok, well it's not ashes, but it is a dusty pile of bits which was a donor car for a friends project. Currently missing the engine, gearbox and various other essential pieces! I wouldn't have bothered, was expecting to watch it disappear unceremoniously , but then quite by chance an Audi S3 APY engine happened my way (from another friends project) complete with manifolds K04 etc, little cogs started turning.......Things could happen here, but I will need some guidance, I know a small amount about the 1.8t and it's variants, but, well, there's buts........... there is no ecu, I was thinking to use an S3 ecu (map out the immobiliser....I know a man...but will it talk to the car ok?) all sensors etc maf/injectors from the S3, this is an early apy with no exhaust gas temp sensor. There's also no brakes, calipers,hangers or disks! no drive shafts either, so all to be found on a fairly tight budget. The gearbox presents options, would like a six speed, but could use a 5 (diff rivets to replace?) also, there's no gear shift or linkage, so it's not to much effort to just find the correct one for the gearbox type, along with the clutch and fly............crossed my mind and I mentioned to my vrs guru,that a tt/s3 box could be used (as 2 wheel drive, albeit with the transfer box in place) although there might be clearance issue's for the transfer case, prop shaft output flange, exhaust routeing and rh drive shaft, not knowing if it's ever been done? he thought that was a rubbish idea though :-P So i'm after constructive idea's and criticism , I'm getting pretty excited about starting it as have been stuck with a 1.8T sharan for the last year and my sense of humour is waning....Had a Subaru Legacy GTB BH5 twin turbo before that, so it has been fairly devastating since! will of course be posting some pic's as soon as I get started, had a good old trawl about on here, loads of good info and idea's, looking forward to joining you all 'Properly'! Rom
  8. Dear Skodians Measured my car on a Dynapack last week to check how much gain I got from the GIAC EXTREME tune vs my Old GIAC K04 tune and wanted to share the numbers. Car has done 100,000 KM Rods/rings/Bearings were done 8,000 KM ago but I kept the original Pistons and camshaft. Car is running 98 Ron fuel + W/M Injection Note: GIAC will only provide the extreme tune to cars with upgraded Piston Rods and I had to drop in Integrated rod's before they agreed to provide me with the tune. Note: Small Jump at 6500 RPM is related to Dyno Calibration and you can see that the logs are perfect. Note: For those of you who say Dynapack is optimistic I say you are probably right, however we measured a stock Audi S3 on it a day before and it made 245WHP so I guess this one is ~accurate, besides I always measured my car on this Dyno so it's the only way I could do the comparison. Engine setup: Audi S3 K04 Turbo Conversion Audi S3 Injectors Audi S3 FMIC Forge Twicooler APR HPFP E&A LPFP E&A 3" Catless Down-pipe APR 3" Catback DXD Stage 2 Daily Clutch Kit ECS Lightweight Pulley Kit Integrated engineering Drop-in Piston Rods Stock Pistons Stock Rev A camshaft BCS 3" CAI BSH PCV Delete kit R8 Coil Pack Forge K04 Wategate (yellow spring) Snow Performance Stage 2 W/M Injection (Boost) Dyno: Log: Full Boost at 2520 RPM Intake temp going down through the rev due to Twincooler and W/M Injection Engine holds 2500 mbar (22 PSI) at 6000 RPM 0 timing correction Previous Dyno before Extreme tune and with stock rods: 335 WHP and 45 Kg/m (325 lb/ft): Stock Audi S3 Dyno from a day before (for comparison): Enjoy

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