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Hi guys newb here,

After some advise for my vnt conversion on my agr engine.

So at the moment I have parts ready:
Vnt15 turbo
Alh ecu (immo off with a stage 1 map)
N75 from an alh
Will be getting a decat downpipe too

My questions are:
Is the alh ecu a straight swap?
What nozzles do you guys reccomend? I'm thinking. 216 nozzles.
Also what power/torque is the standard clutch able to hold, not looking for huge power, I'd like 160bhp probably.
 

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Hi guys newb here,

After some advise for my vnt conversion on my agr engine.

So at the moment I have parts ready:
Vnt15 turbo
Alh ecu (immo off with a stage 1 map)
N75 from an alh
Will be getting a decat downpipe too

My questions are:
Is the alh ecu a straight swap?
What nozzles do you guys reccomend? I'm thinking. 216 nozzles.
Also what power/torque is the standard clutch able to hold, not looking for huge power, I'd like 160bhp probably.
definitely do research on the clutch as the nozzles, tune and turbo may overpower the clamping force of the clutch. I don’t know the torque values of 160 Bhp but could be 300 lb ft. Check with Kerma TDI or South Bend Clutch.
 
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