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Old 12-10-2010, 08:27 PM   #1
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106 gti turbo track toy

Just thought I'd post over here for anyone who's not stumbled across my car over on 106moaners.

Bought the car from new back in 2002. Saw big wheels and lowering, exhaust and induction for most of that time and monster stereo. Then in 2009 saw PH3 cams, brembo's and a few other small mods. The wife gave me the go-ahead to have this as a toy, so I then didn't hold back.

Current Spec:

Engine & Drivetrain:
  • Full engine bay respray.
  • C2 VTS TU5JP4 lump, with DP forged internals, ARP bolts throughout.
  • GTI inlet tapped to suit.
  • DP blister manifold, DP 2.5" downpipe.
  • Garrett GT2860RS turbo.
  • 3 bar MAP sensor.
  • Turbosmart external wastegate, with DP screamer pipe.
  • Turbosmart dump valve, with recirc.
  • K&N air filter.
  • Gizzmo boost controller.
  • GMC header tank.
  • 106 diesel radiator.
  • MSD coilpack & MSD leads.
  • Toyota Supra GT3 intercooler.
  • Mocal 13 row oil cooler.
  • Remote pressure switch and oil take off.
  • Braided oil feed with integrated filter.
  • Aeroquip turbo oil feed return.
  • 4 bar FPR.
  • Braided fuel hoses.
  • BE3R gearbox conversion, with custom BE mounts.
  • Gripper plate Diff.
  • Custom BE driveshafts and CV joints.
  • GMC quickshift.
  • Spoox race engine mounts.
  • Custom 2.5" mandrel bent stainless straight-through exhaust system.
  • All wiring and engine fuse box moved inside car.
  • Lifeline plumbed in fire extinguisher.
  • Under bonnet fully heatshielded.

Suspension & Brakes:
  • Koni's all round, with -50mm Einbach springs @ front, lowered @ rear to match.
  • Brembo 4-pot's with 283mm discs, standard 406 coupe pads.
  • 23mm gti-6 master cylinder with braided lines to ABS.
  • Standard gti ABS.
  • Braided lines @ front, standard at rear.
  • Rear brake load compensator removed.
  • Powerflex bushed front and rear.
  • Uprated new rear beam from IM Axle.

Interior:
  • Full interior respray in body colour (Mauritius blue)
  • Safety Devices 12 point cage, sprayed body colour.
  • Seat rails welded in.
  • Sparco bucket seats.
  • Schroth 6 point harness's.
  • PAS pump relocated to behind passenger seat.
  • Swirl pot, external fuel pump and filter mounted in rear, with braided lines throughout.
  • Lifeline plumbed in fire extinguisher system behind passenger seat, pull located under drivers seat.
  • Streamline carbon rear quarter panels, glovebox blank, stereo boot blank, and rear blanks.
  • Window switches relocated to stereo location.
  • Gizzmo controller located in stereo blank.
  • OMP WRC suede 310mm wheel, with OMP boss.
  • GMC Quickshift.
  • 2-way clubman intercom with headsets.
  • Battery (Varley red top 25) relocated to boot with alloy cage.

Exterior & wheels:
  • Morette headlights with passenger inner light removed for direct cold air feed.
  • Rallye bumper vents for direct cold air feed to oil cooler.
  • Rear dewipered and debadged.
  • 15" TD pro race 1.2's with Eagle F1s.
  • 8k HID's.
  • Underbody fully undersealed.

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Current Figures & Thanks:
  • 286 bhp @ 22psi. 256 ft/lb @ 5400rpm.
  • Mapped by Steve Greenald of Track N Road, Essex.
  • Thanks to Titch and Vinny (Northern Racing) who did the bulk of the build.

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Old 12-10-2010, 10:13 PM   #2
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Very nice mate, some well thought out mods going on there!

Can I suggest relocating your battery to the passenger footwell? You lose about a kilo of cabling, moves it lower and moving mass to inbetween the wheels helps make the turn in sharper. Its also where the works rally cars put theres Weight distribution (front/rear and left/right) is so horribly off in a RHD car anyway that the only thing that can hope to bring it back in line, is a passenger!
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I'm not sure where exactly you mean where it wouldn't be in the way of a passenger. I plan to get carbon footwells so perhaps behind the passenger footrest?

Thanks for the idea!

I am aware the routing of my fuel lines is horribly wrong (if you look you'll see the lines running between cage and sill and I need to move those asap).

Any other pointers are gratefully received

Edit to clarify: I didn't remember that these photos show only one seat - I normally run two so I can take passengers.
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Old 13-10-2010, 08:08 AM   #4
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Ha yeah, hadnt spotted the fuel lines, youre right there!

For the battery I had mine on the back of an alloy passenger footrest which worked nicely. You might also be able to mount it on the tranny tunel under the dash, with the terminals facing the passenger side?
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I like it!

Any more info on the BE3R box, or a link to your blog so I can have a read?
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I like it!

Any more info on the BE3R box, or a link to your blog so I can have a read?
BE3R box is straightforward enough but not that cheap unfortunately - Titch does the mounts for it silly cheap, the gearbox itself you can have for about 150 from fleabay. You'll need a few other bits like shafts (expensive bit - built up with CV joints etc works out to about 600 for the shafts), modified hubs, clutch cable etc.

Titch308 is the best person to chat to - he runs a BE3R/4 also and is very knowledgeable about it

MA boxes are made of chocolate and don't do torque. My BE is coping admirably however (as is Titch's) - and getting it's gripper diff this weekend.
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Nice spec.

All the tubing and stuff looks bit untiday though dont it? Missing a jubille on the Dump valve too.


Refering to the MA box stuff - Shaun is running 295bhp ATW and he is on MA and Ponk/Aleksander is running 205bhp S'Charged through MA too. Although i have no arguments about the BE being tougher.

Titch's mounts there not the greatest material though are they? lets be honest.
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Re BE - yep, Brent ran for a while with 301bhp atw on the MA. I'm not saying it can't be done, but we all know at those power levels unless you drive like a girl its when not if

Titch's mounts are strong as an Ox - and unlike the other mounts I've seen, the welding has been done correctly thankfully!

Tubing wise that you think is messy - do you mean on the drivers inner wing? It's an area that does irritate me a little bit - I've got a silly long throttle cable (historically from when Peugeot used to service my car) and the pipes for the header tank could be routed a little better, but it doesn't bother me enough to change it!

Re the clip - yep, that photo was taken just as I trial fitted that boost pipe for the first time - it's obviously sorted now
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Re BE - yep, Brent ran for a while with 301bhp atw on the MA. I'm not saying it can't be done, but we all know at those power levels unless you drive like a girl its when not if

Titch's mounts are strong as an Ox - and unlike the other mounts I've seen, the welding has been done correctly thankfully!

Tubing wise that you think is messy - do you mean on the drivers inner wing? It's an area that does irritate me a little bit - I've got a silly long throttle cable (historically from when Peugeot used to service my car) and the pipes for the header tank could be routed a little better, but it doesn't bother me enough to change it!

Re the clip - yep, that photo was taken just as I trial fitted that boost pipe for the first time - it's obviously sorted now
I'm still waiting for the when Although in defense of the MA box Tam ran his charged AX around Knockhill on full slicks (not these poncy semi slicks) like he stole it for years and didn't seem to destroy boxes.

Those pipes can be tidied no problem, You could put the HID thingy's under the wings too to get them out of the way.
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Yeah I did think that (the HID's) but I'm not running arch liners right now (again, supposed to be fitted this weekend as they're at Titch's but delayed by a week now) - when I get the arch liners in I'll do that I think. Was a shame to cover up the just resprayed inner wings etc as they are very shiny!

Impressed about Tam's AX box for sure - slicks are on my purchase list once I've sourced a pair of wheels (just for the fronts for drag use).
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Yeah, you're going to need that BE box

If you moved your MAP sensor and the other fusebox along with the HIDS that bay of yours would look spanking.

Not sure why i'm helping with this, a tidier engine bay is about all i've got over your car!
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Colin Satchell: "Its not engines that break gearboxes, Its Drivers"

In a way I do agree with him.
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In a way I do agree with him.
That's more like it.
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lmao.

I dont seem to break boxes as much as before i started adding a blip throttle between changes up and down, maybe ive just had lucky boxes.
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That's more like it.
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Careful where you mount anything electrical like the ballasts or map sensor. The underbonnet DOES get wet and so do the inner wings. When it rains, water is forced in through the sides of the bonnet.
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Don't you mean a BE4R? (BE3 is pugsport bellhousing, !)

I'd be interested in some mounts, my brother has the box already, and we can sort shafts pretty cheaply (stock engine, so pro made cut and shut custom not an issue till it gets tuned more) seen the ATspeed stuff and their price is unbelievable
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The atspeed stuf is made of better material and has been tested on there own car for a long time before being put on sale. Titch's wasn't and his mounts came out after he purchased the Atspeed Racing mounts (IIRC)
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I'm not going to argue over the mounts in my progress blog - happy to throw around the pro's and cons by PM though (for the record, the mounts he's selling are NOT copied from the mounts he bought from at speed, and thats a fact).
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and they all came out after Peugeot/Citroen Sport did theirs, SO THERE
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Just a quick little link to a youtube clip of 80-120mph pull in 5th gear. I definately need a longer 5th gear at it hits the limiter at 150ish. The speedo is out by about 5mph at 100mph (speedo reads high).

YouTube - peugeot 106 gti turbo 5th gear pull
Now the gripper diff is in too, so it's a matter of getting used to driving that as it's a bit of an animal!

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Don't you mean a BE4R? (BE3 is pugsport bellhousing, !)

I'd be interested in some mounts, my brother has the box already, and we can sort shafts pretty cheaply (stock engine, so pro made cut and shut custom not an issue till it gets tuned more) seen the ATspeed stuff and their price is unbelievable


These are Titch's - PM him (Titch308) and say I sent you - he'll do you a special price that wont break the bank. I'm now selling my atspeed mounts because of these.
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what do you do about a clutch cable with the BE box conversion, the berlingo one is auto adjusting and doesnt fit into the bulkhead on the 106 saxo ????
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use a belingo clutch cable and have the end change to metal instead of the plastic. You can get one that manual adjustment.
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Is this back on the road yet dude? I'm itching to compare them. Ideally through a tunnel
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any updates ross? always hope to see one :P could just be some more pictures. we wont complain!
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Nope. Still off the road for a bit longer. New turbo pre-Christmas hopefully, then head and cams in jan - have the cams already, and the head - just got to get the head modified now to "ultimate ultimate turbo spec" (better than "ultimate turbo spec" that).

Aiming for the Dp inlet about march April time, funds pending. But I'll have it back before then - I'll run her for a while after the head work is done.

Not much in the way of updates just yet, but next 6-8 weeks should see some got a baffled sump sorted now - does that count?
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Gt30?

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It'll be a GT30 of some kind - 3071 or 3076 - wont know until I get the flow characteristics of the head finalised. If it flows well enough to spool a 3076 I'll get that, but it's more likely it'll be the 3071 to be honest. We'll see!

280 isn't enough no.

Aims for this year are 500bhp/ton. Need to shed about 30kgs to get her down to 780-800kgs, then up the power to 380-400bhp. That should then hopefully be quick enough!

Struggling with the gearing right now - I just can't get my head around the options. I like the gearing I've got except 5th gear which is too short as it bounces off the limiter in 5th so easily. I'd like that to be longer, but don't know where to start with getting it changed - I know nothing about gearboxes I need to do some research as to what fits and what I can change to get it how I want it.
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Christ, I'm aiming for 300 bhp per tonne. Talk about pissing on my chips!

Have a look in the BE box thread, there are probably several guys that can help you find the ratios you want.

Christ, I'm aiming for 300 bhp per tonne. Talk about pissing on my chips!

Have a look in the BE box thread, there are probably several guys that can help you find the ratios you want.
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baffled sump does count it's an excuse for pictures all round!
Look forward to seeing this 'ultimate ultimate turbo spec head' sounds like its going to be a right animal!
Can't believe you're wanting more power, i'd be happy with a steady 200bhp!


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5th gear swap is quite an easy task, only the steel end cover needs to be removed to get at it, then a few nuts clips and rollpins and off it slides.

there's a few different ratios you can use, what have you got at the moment?
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hi Welshpug

Unfortunately, I've no idea what's in the box at the moment - no idea at all. When I say I know nothing about gearboxes, I really mean it! lol. I basically got a "random" gearbox from a picasso, threw in the gripper diff, sorted the speedo drive to the correct one, and job's a goodun.

Now though as you've seen, I want to improve it. Do you happen to know where I could start looking?

thanks for the help thus far!
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Start by finding what you've already got the code off the box will give you a decent idea.
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Old 16-12-2010, 01:11 AM   #35
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thanks dude - I'm also getting some help over in another gearbox help, but really appreciate any input you can give - I'm confused big time and don't like it one bit
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Old 17-12-2010, 07:25 PM   #36
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Old 17-12-2010, 08:04 PM   #37
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To put it into context, a subaru would need closer to 800bhp to get 500bhp/ton. As as we know, most subaru's dont have anywhere near 800bhp lol. So it SHOULD be quicker than most everything I come up against on the strip/track. Thats the plan anyway. Dean's is 600bhp/ton already so it's doable I just need to rob a bank now
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Old 17-12-2010, 08:42 PM   #38
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Nice car Ross, love the wee vid clip.

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So it SHOULD be quicker than most everything I come up against on the strip/track.
Assuming you get traction & reliability.

You'll be looking for low 11's on the 1/4 mile?

My advice, get some bigger torsion bars/better dampers fitted and a arse up stance to help traction.
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Old 17-12-2010, 09:08 PM   #39
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Thank you for the kind words

I'm already considering running solid rear shocks for the strip - saw a guy last time I was at Shakespeare raceway. Drove there, jacked up the back, removed shocks, put in these solid bars in their place, removed jack, hey-presto, instant solid rear end, jacked up to whatever height you want

I'll be very happy with something in the 11's yeah. The lower the better! But I've not had any experience on the strip for over 10 years, so I need to re-learn stuff as much as learning the cars limits.

I'll be running slicks on a separate set of front wheels (I've been looking for another PAIR of pro-race 1.2's for months now ) eventually, so as long as the CV joints hold out, we'll be fine!
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Old 17-12-2010, 09:15 PM   #40
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Fingers x'd, good luck.
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Old 10-01-2011, 10:11 PM   #41
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Just seen the pictures over on the OC, loving the digi dash! The Satchshift sounds awesome too. Is the car back on the road yet? We've been meaning to meet up for months!
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Old 10-01-2011, 10:38 PM   #42
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I'll be driving the car to get some work done next week but it's effectively off the road for a few more months. I aim to have it home end of feb

Satchshift is stunning.

Dash is nice too - all gauges in one place, loads of features too.

We'll meet - promise! Just waiting for some warmer weather do I can come out to play!
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Hopefully by then i'll have stopped losing electricity
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Old 07-03-2011, 10:44 AM   #45
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Been a bit of work recently actually yeah! Engine out and stripped again for some uprated internal parts, new turbo ordered, DP inlet, mods to exhaust manifold, HUGE amounts of head work, new clutch setup (this is currently being fitted). There's a lot going on right now - exciting times

Aim to have it back on the road in April ready for the summer
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Old 07-03-2011, 11:18 AM   #46
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Only just read your blog and its made a very interesting Read Alot of good hard work gone into this

A GT30 is a BIG turbo! What internals have you gone for? Wossner, weisco etc?
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Old 07-03-2011, 11:23 AM   #47
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I already had forged pistons (DP) but was running standard rods - I've now gone for forged rods too as although the standard rods are mighty strong, we're having a serious power hike and I just don't want the stress of worrying about 2bar of boost from the new turbo on them! For the sake of 400 I had to get the rods lol.

It's the head work I'm most happy with - the guy who did it has produced some of the UK's most powerful road cars engines (1000bhp audi etc) and his work and knowledge is simply immense. I'm really looking forward to seeing the results he can produce.

We're just figuring out the clutch setup right now and once we've got that sorted I think we'll be cooking on gas.
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Old 07-06-2011, 06:38 PM   #48
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Quick update:

Now 404bhp @ 25psi.

Full spec is @ www.106turbo.com

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Old 07-06-2011, 07:01 PM   #49
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Really gutted, i didn't get to see you and titch personally over the weekend mate, and have a look around the motor, If id have known it were hiding near by id have made the detour to see the new livery..

When i get my new motor sorted out i'll be sure to try and get down and meet up with you if your at a regional or something,,

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Old 07-06-2011, 07:17 PM   #50
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Fair play mate! 404bhp thats insane!!! Did you manage to sort out the final drive? and did you get round to contacting SteveH?
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