The introduction from the 2.0T FSI engine for the market in 2015 had many euro enthusiasts excited with anticipation. Probably because the predecessor, 1.8T engine created a lot of impact on the aftermarket euro tuning scene many years after its debut. The 1.8T became one in the most tunable engines in Euros. Performance manufacturers started making an enormous volume of aftermarket parts for your engine, with a lot of parts to choose from, prices for them dropped and come up with the potential for enthusiasts to tune their engines to output a severe volume of power. Back on the 2.0T FSI engine, that exists inside a large various Audi and Volkswagen vehicles worldwide, such as Audi A3, A4, VW GTI, Jetta GLI, Eos, and Passat.
For the North American market, the engine was introduced in 2015 Jetta and 2016 Passat and was 2.0L/200HP 4-Cylinder Turbo FSI ( Fuel Stratified Injection) with 4-Valves per Cylinder at 207 lb-ft of torque. The special features of the engine include exhaust system with 2 catalytic converters, Hitachi ethanol-resistant high-pressure fuel pump, returnless fuel system, homogeneous fuel injection, decoupled final drive sprocket inside balance shaft drive gear, and elliptical secondary drive wheel on the crankshaft. The Fuel Stratified Injection can be a direct-injection system produced by Volkswagen and make use of several VW and Audi cars. The main purpose is always to raise the output of the engine and reduce fuel consumption, and VW claims their FSI can it by as much as 15%.
Since this engine packs the potential, and its particular predecessor has a large amount of earned respect in the performance industry, plenty of companies started manufacturing aftermarket parts for just two.0T FSI. With a large number of parts available for your engine now, tuners can extract around 30% more power in … READ MORE