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Unitronic Powered Big Turbo MKVI GTI Hits the Dyno

JR Zacotinsky (U-20T on GolfMK6.com enthusiast forums) and his 2.0L TSI equipped 2011 MK6 GTI have been itching for more power.  Previously making 370WHP, JR’s EJ400 equipped TSI was ready for the challenge!  This past week, with the assistance of our Authorized Dealer, Force Fed Engineering and their Dynojet 224x Chassis Dynamometer, we were able to take our Big Turbo Performance Software calibration to the next level, making 470WHP/390WTQ , before the PTE 5530 turbo exceeded it’s capabilities.   Boost was set at 28PSI, on pump gas and water/methanol injection, and featuring our newly released TSI High Output Fuel System upgrade. Despite all of these modifications, the car is still his daily driver!

We’re excited for what’s up next with JR and his MK6.  Special thanks to Force Fed Engineering for their hospitality and 224x Chassis Dyno  (Dealer Info / @FFERacing)!

Mod List
Engine:
- Unitronic Big Turbo Software
- Unitronic TSI High Output Fuel System Upgrade
- ERmotorsport CEL elimator (diverter)
- ERmotorsport 2.5″ turbo outlet piping
- ERmotorsport velocity intake and heat shield
- ERmotorsport 3.5″ turbo inlet piping
- ERmotorsport diverter relocate
- Eurojet SS turbo manifold
- Eurojet turboback exhaust with cat
- Eurojet front mount intercooler
- Eurojet mkv recirculating catch can
- Synapse diverter valve
- Integrated Engineering Forged Rods
- ARP Hardware
- Ferrea +1mm intake valves
- Ferrea +1mm exhaust valves
- Ferrea springs and titanium retainers
- Precision CEA Billet 5530 Turbocharger
- BSH throttle body charge pipe
- Aquamist HFS-4 methanol injection 5 nozzle direct port system
- Greddy Profec B-Spec Boost control
- BSH Pendulum Mount
- BFI Full Trans and Motor mounts

For further details regarding this car, check out  the build thread on GolfMK6.com.

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