Im driving 2002 Golf 1.6 16v ! With its 105 PS its pretty fast I guess (hehe) , but I still want to improve it !
Im thinking of some simple improvments (not the turbo, or NOS) and I was hoping that u guys can help me out
The thing is, I know how to improve engines horsepower, but basicly difrent things seems to have a difrent effect on difrent engines ! So i would like to know, what exacly did u do to your 1.6 16v , and how did it improve its performance
you should ask carsten. As far as I know, he's the only one here who tuned up his 1.6. But I don't know, if it's the 16V
es gibt tatsächlich jemand der den 1.6er getunet hat?
da bin ich ja mal gespannt.
Also erzähl mal Carsten was sache ist.
Da schreibt Carsten: "1.6l 130PS"
Ob das stimmt oder nicht , wer weiss .........
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I`ve seen that Carstens car is 1998, so its 1.6 8v Its pretty diffrent But 130 Hp is very imressive !!
BTW , I cant speak German, so Deep_Inside, I cant understand a thing
in my opinion the main issue is that without supercharging or filling nos in the air intakes you won't get an enormous increase of power or torque for an acceptable price.
You can set different things which cost more than building up your new engine with a garrett t03 or t04.
I'm not sure about Poland's acts concerning tuning of vehicles or optimization of engines - but for me it makes more sense to get a turbo or to insert a completely new engine (e.g. 1.8T)
Take it easy
hat er auch mal irgendwo ein paar details zum tuning geschrieben?
Marc , I know ....
But right now, Im not thinking about swaping an 1.8T engine, couse my 1.6 16v is new, and it has less than year, and 20.000 km on it !
My aim is to make around 120 - 130 Hp out of my 1.6 !
Deep_Inside ... i still cant understand German Sorry ...
sorry swatch. this was not a question to you...
Hm i guess u can perhaps reach the 120-130 hp with a chip-tuning, a complete exhaust system and a schrick camshaft, perhaps changeing the air intake is makeing some hp too !