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Cupra & Cupra R p/n's for Cams, Coolers, Clutch/ Flywheel/ Box, Turbo, Fuel Pump etc

Discussion in 'Mk2 Leon FAQ's (1P) 2006-2012' started by Al, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. robdf2

    robdf2 Yellow is the best

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    Looks like i was right about the exhaust then on the new Cupra R , i think they have tuned it to make it sound more sporty .
     
  2. wild willy

    wild willy Full Member

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    nice work, have you had chance to compare the con rods to see if they are to be uprated.
     
  3. warren_cox

    warren_cox Back from the dead

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    The new exhaust on the facelift Mk2 Leon Cupra sounds VERY different to the first generation 1.

    I tried to get a photo of it but couldn't get far enough under the car.

    Sounds almost a bit 'computer game' electronic from inside the car, but strangely doesn't increase the noise outside the car. Don't know if they have used some kind of special resonance panel as it sounds very different in car.

    [​IMG]
     
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  4. SteveTDCi

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    they use a resonator box on the mk6 so i guess they could have pulled a similar trick on the facelift.
     
  5. joffers111

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    Going to ask Hobins of bury the dealer who is supplying my new car if they can confirm the new engine code wish me luck!!!

    On order

    Speed blue Cupra
    Black wheels, bluetooth and convenience pack

    All for £19,955 BARGAIN!!!!
     
  6. joffers111

    joffers111 Guest

    So will this affect all the remaps for the Cupra?

    Was thinking of going for the Bluefin, as I allready have the programing unit for my FR550, so it only costs about £165 + vat for the new map.
     
  7. seremotors

    seremotors Dave the Parts Manager

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    If anyone wants specific part numbers for comparison purposes, Im happy to continue helping :)
    Im not a technical wizard like most of you guys (RESPECT!!! lol) but know my way around ETKA quite well :whistle:
     
  8. Al

    Al Active Member

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    Cheers Dave :)

    Can you advise on the downpipe for the CDLA to make it complete, and if you get a chance, the valves, rods and pistons on the engine codes (BWJ, CDLD and CDLA) above?

    Al
     
  9. seremotors

    seremotors Dave the Parts Manager

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    Definitely no cat/downpipe listed for CDLA as yet, every other engine code is there tho :confused: probably a typo on ETKA which a future update should sort out I hope.

    VALVES
    Intake 06D109601M
    Exhaust 06D109611H same on BWA/BWJ/CDLA/CDLD

    VALVE SPRINGS
    16 x 06F109623 on BWA/BWJ
    Intake 8 x 06E109623H on CDLD/CDLA (cam also different as post #1)
    Exhaust 8 x 06F109623 on CDLD/CDLA (same as BWA/BWJ)

    CONRODS
    06F198401 (set of 4) on BWJ/CDLA/CDLD

    PISTONS
    06D107066K on BWJ
    06D107066L on CDLA/CDLD

    Make of that what you will :)
     
  10. Fl@pper

    Fl@pper Back older greyer and less oilier but always hope
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    sorry to be cheeky but is there any remarks or tech listing along with any of those numbers ?

    could be anything from numbers for piston size etc or usually nothing but if there is anything will help
     
  11. seremotors

    seremotors Dave the Parts Manager

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    only things I saw worth noting are -
    headstuds 06D103385D 10x1.5x112 BWA/BWJ/CDLA/CDLD
    flywheel made by LUK for BWJ/CDLA/CDLD
    pistons 82.51 BWJ/CDLA/CDLD
    240mm clutch fitted on BWA/BWJ/CDLA/CDLD

    precious little else listed Im afraid
     
  12. joffers111

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    Dear sir

    Thank you for contacting SEAT Customer Services.
    Apologies for any confusion with the information you have received.
    After speaking with our technical team I can reliably inform you that there are no modifications to our high pressure fuel pump for our forthcoming 2010 models, including the Leon Cupra, *and there are no known issues with these parts within SEAT.
    I hope this information is helpful.

    Many Thanks

    Gareth Goldthorpe
    SEAT Case Manager
    SEAT UK
    Tel 0500 222 222 ext 63132
    Gareth.goldthorpe@audi.co.uk
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    Volkswagen Group United Kingdom Limited

    Registered Office: Yeomans Drive, Blakelands, Milton Keynes, MK14 5AN Registered in England No:
     
  13. GtSport

    GtSport Active Member

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    Has anyone find out if the new LCR has the S3 intercooler?
     
  14. Grip

    Grip Guest

    That would be interesting for me, too. Is it right, that the S3 has got two intercoolers?

    By the way: My first posting here. Kind regards from Germany.
     
  15. robdf2

    robdf2 Yellow is the best

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  16. GtSport

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    S3 has one IC, that has aluminium sides, the only difference between it and the Cupra one.
    Cupra R has the same IC asa the S3. U can change the Cupra IC with the S3 unit without other mods, it fits perfectly, I did it and the cooling is much better, a small mod with very big benefits.
     
  17. Al

    Al Active Member

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    Not quite. The S3 core is thicker both on the early S3 cores with the square stainless end tanks and the newer ones with the shaped plastic end tanks. The LCR shares the intercooler with the newer CDLA S3's.
     
  18. AndrewJB

    AndrewJB Friend to SEAT UK & Cupra Racing

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    Could of just recently moved over from Audi to Seat they all sit in the same building

    I go past it everyday
     
  19. seremotors

    seremotors Dave the Parts Manager

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    I can confim this as I spent some time cross-referencing part numbers and following superseded/modified numbers through ;)
     
  20. robin_nerf

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    Wow, that sounds fantastic. I had plans of changing my IC to a S3, but no need then when i'm riding a Cupra R -11.
    Will it be better cooling effect to change my stock one to a Forge ? (Or is Forge and S3 pretty much the same ?)
     

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