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Audi / VW
VW/Audi Turbo Kits
GEN2 - GTX2867R 1.8T Audi/Passat Longitudinal Hardware Kit (1997-2005)
Quantity in Basket:
Shipping Weight: 50.00
Precision Cast High Flow Turbo Manifold with T25 flange pattern.
Garrett Dual Ball Bearing GEN2 GTX2867R Turbocharger assembly.
Internal wastegate assembly with 12-14PSI base spring actuator.
3.00” V-band Discharge Module
3.00” Stainless V-band downpipe assembly.
Inlet Pipe with T-bolt Clamps and silicone connectors.
Custom CNC machined oil inlet/outlet fittings with oil control.
Steel braided oil feed and return line assemblies.
Custom CNC machined coolant fittings with AN style discharge/return.
Steel braided, pre-assembled coolant line assemblies.
All hardware and comprehensive installation diagram
NOW AVAILABLE - Garrett GEN2 GTX2867R hardware kit for Audi / Passat 1.8T Longitudinal vehicles (1997 to 2005 Audi A4, Volkswagen Passat, etc.). Capable of supporting over 500HP!
IMPORTANT NOTES: This kit does NOT include Software / ECU Modification or any fuel components. A front mounted intercooler kit is highly recommended. Using the kit with a stock mounted intercooler requires minor fabrication of the short section pipe connected to the turbo compressor outlet.
This kit deletes most emissions related devices such as:
Crankcase breather recirculation (Breather filter or catch can used)
Atmospheric BOV - (ATP BOV w/Anti-stall option recommended)
Secondary air injection pump
Stock cat (replaced by 3" highflow stainless downpipe)
Drop-in replacement 3" cat will be available to swap out with 3" downpipe @ v-band connection
With a good exhaust system, 300WHP is achievable on modest boost levels and pump gas. Test results with a drop-in upgrade fuel pump and 2.5" exhaust netted nearly 350WHP.
PLEASE NOTE: The 3" MAF housing shown is no longer sold and is longer included in this kit. You should use the specific MAF housing that is called out by the ECU Tune that you are using (eg. VR6 MAF for a 550cc injector tune).