Car looks great! Just one thing, i don't quite understand is why people are opting to go down the CVP road for NA tuning. I mean, sure, adding Cams and CVP may increase some power at high revs, but even so, you're going to need a damn good rolling road tune to compensate. VW spent millions developing the engines' variable inlet valves and cams to gain low end torque. The CVP eliminates the variable length runner flap hence loosing that low down torque. Is there something i'm missing??
Every one has their own opinions i guess, it will be interesting too see what you think..
But as said, the car looks brilliant =]
2011 VW Caddy TDI- how exciting..
Last edited by bennyr32; 07-06-2011 at 10:01 PM.
Moar of Benny
cheers mal your a good bloke... most of the time
Last edited by bennyr32; 13-06-2011 at 12:50 AM.
just spoke to jimmy im going to pickup his second set of cams on tuesday fuckyeah! that means i only need 2 more pieces to my collection then im ready to take it down the sydney toooooo get shit done!
Last edited by bennyr32; 15-06-2011 at 12:28 PM.
Also, what head work are you looking at doing? P&P ? I was looking into this as well when installing my cams, but not sure of the cost / any real benefits?CVP Level 2
Building around the CVP's re-calibrated short length runners, HPA has embraced a unique concept in performance camshafts which maximizes the airflow produced by the CVP intake manifold.
Unlike standard aftermarket cams* that were designed for the airflow characteristics of the OEM long runner intake manifold, the CVP Level 2 camshafts feature an intake cam which staggers the timing of the intake valves on the 24V 3.2L VR6; generating a swirl effect inside the combustion chamber.
This progressive opening of the two intake valves draws in the fuel load at a greater velocity due to the smaller venturi action. It then helps pull in the second charge at a faster rate. Both are key to optimize the performance of a high revving short runner package.
* Other aftermarket cams are incompatible with the CVP program and may result in performance loss