mkIV vr6 supercharger/ turbo kits

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Asked by Aug 10, 2009 at 02:42 AM about the Volkswagen Jetta

Question type: Car Customization

does anyone know of a good- great turbo or supercharger kit for mkIV vr6 engines? any help would be great.

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do you have the 12v or the 24v? VF makes the best S/C kits. if you go to this site, pick out you engine (12v/24v) and check um out. now for Turbo Kits go here: http://www.c2motorsports.net/index.asp there site was having issues when i went so icouldnt post a link directly to the kit.

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to tell u the truth i dont kno exactly, its the GLX but im not sure exactly how u kno, can y help me with that first? i sound like a noob sadly

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I forgot to post the link to the S/C kits: http://www.vf-engineering.com/

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Its kool. no worries. when you open the hood of your car, do you see spark plug wires going accross the top of your engine or not?

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yea they r mounted in that stupid plastic crap i got to play with that when i epoxied the coil pack

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ok.. you have the 12v

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thats what i thought but wasnt sure, also wut do u think is better sc or turbo cause i like the idea of no lag i hav a volvo s80 type r, audi TT and, bmw m3 that all kick my ass. whats the best bet?

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With a turbo, you can pretty much have an endless amount of power depending on your budget. The S/C is really reliable but it kinda has a limit. Both the C2 turbo kit and the VF S/C kit are super reliable and will handle the task of daily drivers. These are top notch companies. It pretty much depends on what you want and how much your willing to spend. Both are fun as hell.

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yea it would be a daily driver but can a s/c hav a boost controller like turbos do? im kinda new to the turbo/sc worldcause im thinkin id wanna run less pressure for daily stuff until i hit the streets at night

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for a S/C you wouldnt use a boost controller. You would have to use smaller or bigger pulleys

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o so to change pressures u would hav to go and pull off pullies? sounds like a pain in the ass

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you dont usually want to change pressures that often unless your in a drag car. trust me. no need for that stuff with our cars. anything over 400hp on a front whhel drive car is useless.

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ok well thanks man

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np

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