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    Default A Turbo'd 306 Gti6?

    Hey all!

    I was just wondering if this is has been done before?
    I've tried to google it with many different keyword combo's but all i get are diesels.

    I assume it has been done before but i just can't seem to find any pages on it. I would like to get an idea of what's involved, how easy/difficult it is, and what kind of gains i can expect.

    I've seen scar, and btw, that's an excellent car, but i am looking for an GTI6 example.


    On the same topic, most of the Pug hot hatches have very high compression ratios. Does this make having high boost aplications impossible/dangerous?
    If so, what are some of the cures i can get for this? Buy new drop forged pistons with smaller conrods??

    just a thought...

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    cheers James.

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    Ecosse have done it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shmackie
    Hey all!

    I was just wondering if this is has been done before?
    I've tried to google it with many different keyword combo's but all i get are diesels.

    I assume it has been done before but i just can't seem to find any pages on it. I would like to get an idea of what's involved, how easy/difficult it is, and what kind of gains i can expect.

    I've seen scar, and btw, that's an excellent car, but i am looking for an GTI6 example.


    On the same topic, most of the Pug hot hatches have very high compression ratios. Does this make having high boost aplications impossible/dangerous?
    If so, what are some of the cures i can get for this? Buy new drop forged pistons with smaller conrods??

    just a thought...

    cheers James.

    This is what the Ecosse kit looks like...


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    hot damn!!!
    that website is great.

    prices are a little exe tho... for the body kits etc

    EDIT: What!?!?! 350bhp for the GTI6!!!!

    Pity that shop is in France.... (i assume)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shmackie
    hot damn!!!
    that website is great.

    prices are a little exe tho... for the body kits etc

    EDIT: What!?!?! 350bhp for the GTI6!!!!

    Pity that shop is in France.... (i assume)?

    They're in Scotland, prices aren't cheap but the quality of most kits is excellent.
    I've used Ecosse many times and imported kits from Ecosse for my last two pugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas
    They're in Scotland, prices aren't cheap but the quality of most kits is excellent.
    I've used Ecosse many times and imported kits from Ecosse for my last two pugs.

    Do they export the performance equipment?

    is it a fairly straightforward installation?

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