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2017 Cupra 300 Stage1 - Stock Intake vs Full R600 Intake

Discussion in 'Modifications and Styling' started by Tommi85, Nov 5, 2019.

  1. Tommi85

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    Hi,
    I want to share something interesting with you all. A week ago I did stage 1 engine and gearbox remap, came out 352CV (259kW) - 378 ft-lb (513Nm). Yesterday, the entire Racingline intake (Racingline turbo elbow, hose and R600 airbox with filter) was put on the car. Today I went back on the same dyno to see what the difference will be and whether the map requires any adjustments (map was fine, no adjustments needed). Below you have a graph that shows the difference between a completely stock car, with stock intake and stock exhaust only stage1 remap and stage1 car with full R600 intake. Below are some photos and a graph.

    Stage 1 remap

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    Stock car vs just Stage 1

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    Power run after putting on the whole intake

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    Here is the graph of how much full R600 intake gives you in Stage1 car

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  2. Damo H

    Damo H That Carbon sknob down the street ;)

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    Just bought the R600 today to add to the Turbo Elbow, hose and turbo muffler delete I already have. To you have the Turbo Muffler delete as well?

    Nice to see it all makes a difference either way. @paddy6789
     
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  3. Tommi85

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    I don't have muffler delete yet, but people says it doesn't make a difference in term of power, just sounds better
     
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  4. Tommi85

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    Look at this that way, you get a free engine from 125 bike if you do whole intake. :cheeky:
     
  5. Damo H

    Damo H That Carbon sknob down the street ;)

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    Can't say I noticed any more noise when I had it fitted.
     
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    I will fit it next week so I will have compassion, but after fitting r600 intake I can now hear blow off valve.
     
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  7. Damo H

    Damo H That Carbon sknob down the street ;)

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    Yeah I can here a little, but that was more so from the turbo elbow and the hose. I’m hoping the R600 doesn’t make it much louder, as I prefer exhaust noise to turbo.
     
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    Then you should be happy as the r600 doesn't really sound much louder to me.
     
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    Interesting!

    Gained a fair bit of bhp, lost a tiny bit of top torque but overall torque curve stays higher after ~3500 rpm?
     
  10. Tommi85

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    Yes, it still pulls pretty well from low rews on like 5 or 6 gear, sometimes I feel it's even better then before. But you can definitely feel more top end, and everyone should be able to notice that, when you pass 6000 rpm difference between two of them is even bigger then 12HP, it's like 20HP at 6700. And after remap you can rev it to like 6900-7000 before it will change gear itself. I don't think it's really recommended to rev it that high everytime, but if you need all power you will have it till the end.
     
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