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PostSubject: corrado 20v conversion   corrado 20v conversion EmptyFri Jun 01 2012, 20:53

am about to start it soon and was thinkin of running the agu box but just wanted to know if any 1 else has if so what shafts/cv joints did u use??
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PostSubject: Re: corrado 20v conversion   corrado 20v conversion EmptySat Jun 02 2012, 13:39

I used an ASD code mk3 derv box, the ratios seem to suit it really well on road.
have driven mk2 and polo with agu box and found 1st and second useless and fifth lacking in top end something like 4k rpm at 80mph which is crap for motorway.
if using a k04 then I would say ASD or CTN code derv box, CTN is slightly shorter ratio.
with a k03 prob stick with standard corrado box
you can then just bolt standard driveshafts up too
FYI mine with a ASD derv box will still spin up to 4th in the wet.

TDI gearbox ratio

ASD Gearbox

1st 33/10 = 3.30
2nd 35/18 = 1.94
3rd 34/26 = 1.31
4th 36/33 = 1.09
5th 33/46 = 0.71
FD 60/19 = 3.16
Driveshaft Flange size: 100mm

1st - 41.803 MPH.
2nd - 70.948 MPH.
3rd - 105.491 MPH.
4th - 150.486 MPH.
5th - 192.293 MPH.

those speeds are out of a gearing calculator which I've confirmed up to 4th Smile
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