Does this seem doable, or should I not waste my time trying to get it running with the current setup? Basically build a whole new harness now vs next winter when I won't be driving it anyway.
My main concern is hardware, and that may be answered in the wiki. Basically is it OK to run all 4 injectors on one driver, or do I need to run additional wires to separate banks. I've seen the diagrams and read about 2 injectors per driver, but I haven't seen anything about running 4.
It's not cheap or easy to find parts here in the US for these cars. I found the intake pipe I need, but between the price of the pipe, shipping, and import tax, it will be more than I paid for the car, and more than switching to Speeduino!Chris Wolfson wrote: ↑Tue Mar 09, 2021 6:13 amHi,
parts for these cars are available from VAG or aftermarket. Second for a fraction of the VW dealer price.
These engine run really well in stock trim and are not limited by the injection system in power output. The only thing that can kill them are bad engine oil and missed oil changes. A common cause for their end. Do an cam belt exchange and you are good for another 100.000 miles.
So even with the most perfect Speeduino tune you will not gain anything. Please don´t over estimate batch to sequential fueling. You may find better emissions done right, but hardly any power.
Volkswagen did a good job in limiting these engines all around. To find real power you got to work on hardly anything, like valves, pistons, exhaust, cam, manifold and head. Anything is designed for the stock output, not more.
For more power, there is always another VW engine that can be fitted, which usually is better than any tuning on the existing one.
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