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Discussion in 'Progressive Parts' started by PP Gareth, Apr 26, 2019.
i was going to suggest this we have sold a few lately
Didn't mean to steal your thunder. . They look really smart though and the reviews are exceptional.
Ok how much we looking at for one
Sorry I was dealing with a customer in the showroom, I have added a link to the Wagner intercooler
These are very capable of stage 3 and beyond
I have the vwracing subframe inserts on mine just need some where to set it all up as now it’s driving all over the place
I need a intercooler just don’t no what one to buy
Don't forget to have a proper 4 wheel alignment done as well
The guys have recommended the Wagner one, it does get lots of very good review's https://progressiveparts.com/wagner-tuning-vag-mk7-1-8-2-0-tsi-competition-intercooler-kit-200001048 and i did give you a link to a Stage 3 MQB Facebook page where you can confirm with other users what they actually use (for stage 3). I have also suggested you should talk to the people who are going to do your mapping for stage 3 to see what they recommend
I think there's a lot to be said for a 'good' intercooler. There's a reason why Revo, Racingline, Wagner are all the price they are, and why the one from China is the price it is. The amount of R&D that goes into it, the testing, the marketing and the results. Yeah there will be an element of premium added because of the name, but these products are proven to be good. If you're taking your car to stage 3, do you really want it to be powered by potentially untested, unregulated parts, or parts that have been tested over and over again, to the point where the manufacturer knows the breaking point?
It is a lot of money to throw about, and I completely understand the hesitation of ensuring you're making the right choice of intercooler. Sometimes the success stories of people running the unbranded cheaper parts do overshadow the pricier named products, but for me personally there would be so much doubt on what the cheaper product would actually be doing for and to my car - even more so because I know I won't get any support/warranty from them.
I am not worried about the price and I can’t go on Facebook as not on there I can get a revo from puma build £650 as I would have that over a £595airtec I had Wagners on both my Audi rs6 so I no there good by revo got good feedback too
I don’t want go cheap route I want it to work to the best it can plus I thinking of fitting my self
Well I have Revo and they are good, Wagner is Good, Racingline is good but if you are going with a stage 3 upgrade I would want to match the intercooler with the Turbo Upgrade and the Map that I was having done on the car to get the best performance and longevity.
Having said that all three names above make excellent products
And one last thing here is a fun set of video's showing the stage 3 upgrade to the VW which is the same as the Cupra https://forums.seatcupra.net/index.php?threads/mcm-golf-r-supercar.452182/
We also supply Revo Intercoolers Woodygo
take a look here https://progressiveparts.com/revo-intercooler-kit-2-0-tsi-mqb-rv581m100101
Need lowering springs for my Cupra R ST, should be first mod if Revo havent released a stage1 for GPF engines within a few weeks. These badboys is already waiting, Revo 19x8.5
Those wheels look really nice pal, have you looked at any springs yet
Have a look at the link below for RacingLine springs
Same route as me pal think I’m going for Forge FMIC
Hi would these springs be ok to fit on my cupra ST 2015 model with Sub8 pack on it ?
Sorry, I think I've missed notifications, Hi From what I can work out yes should fit no problem.
Please correct me if I'm wrong but the Sub8 pack looks like styling such as wheels etc