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Old 09 Jun 2009, 08:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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actuator rod uk 2000?

Hiya guys

Ive lost the actuator rod on my uk 2000 what turbo do these cars have as standard mine looks smaller then a td04.

How would my car run if i fitted a td04 or tdo5 its a 1997 with non mpable ecu so cant get it mapd ;-(

Thanks for any advince Paul/
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Old 09 Jun 2009, 08:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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td04 is standard and iirc the smallest you can get,all ecu's can be mapped,provided the mappers have the correct software
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97/98 are the ones that can't be mapped or piggybacked

i wouldn't change the turbo without it being mapped, you can prob get away with just having another td04 put on and just have it dyno'd to make sure it still runs ok.

if not then you have the options of apexi or full aftermarket ecu.
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