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That's my new nozzles fitted and balanced by drivbiwire arrived, time to fit them and check out the difference, I bought the Bosio Power Plus 764 nozzles from Kermatdi then sent off a set of injectors to drivbi so he could fit and balance them.



I'll update later once I've fitted them and taken the car for a run.:D
 

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Yip, they're awesome! The car purrs like a kitten but goes like a rocket, I'm still coming down from the massive buzz I got lol, nozzles rock!:D
 

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Further update to anyone who wants to know, the new nozzles are great for towing, I had a trailer full of broken up concrete, really heavy load and a heavy trailer, no problems even going up really steep hills so they're practical too. Today I had three passengers in the car and it made no difference at all, the car just pulled like a train, I'm loving these new nozzles and I can't recommend them enough to anyone who either wants more power for pleasure or practical reasons, I think vw should have fitted these as standard, they just bring the car alive.:)
 

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I have the Bosio 520's, brought the car alive with Kerma chip. I'd love to upgrade my turbo
but it's a little costly. Like you said "it pulls like a train". No need to buy a newer TDI with that kind of power.
 

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As soon as I get the 5 speed swap done in my 2001 NB (middle of May), I'm going to be looking for new nozzles and a chip tune. I'm glad you like the 764's. I'm kind of on the fence between those and the 520's. My car has the 11mm pump, so that may make a difference. It's mu commuter car, so I want to keep the great fuel economy, but would love a bit more power when I need it.
 

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I got mine from kermatdi,chip and 520's. Little hassle dealing with their customer service but well worth it. This combo works well a stock clutch. I dont plan on going as far as stealthtdi but im happy. All ways remember black smoke dont mean its broke!!
 

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So did you have to get the chip installed in your ecu dezel? Mine can't take a map without a chip but I'm waiting on my friends vw sharan 110hp dying, I can then steal the turbo and ecu lol, a little bit of tweaking and I could get about 150bhp.:)
 

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I had to email my parameters to kerma.Then they send you a link. In the mean time they send you a Q-loader which connects between PC. Then Q-load through diagnostic port. I would suggest that anyone who is thinking about it, (call) to make sure that you have compatible PC & hardware. I had a friend do it and he said the process was a pain.
 

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Well I've done my timing etc now and what a difference, the IQ was already around the right place so didn't need the hammer mod but the timing was way retarded, I was told by a so called mechanic who checked my car that it was perfect, what a plonker lol. Anyway runs great and I've knocked 3 seconds off my 0-60 time and that's with crappy gear changes so even more impressed than I was before. I've got to get a steering rack first but I can see a FMIC on it's way at some point too.:)
 
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