VW Golf R32 BiTurbo by MTE

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The German tuners at MTE have just taken the wraps off their latest creation, a military-themed Golf IV R32 BiTurbo, which represents an upgrade made to their previous version of the car. While the first version of the car developed no less than 735 hp, now the hatchback develops 785 hp and 795 Nm of torque.

All this increase in power was made possible thanks to a number of changes made to the engine components and software. MTE installed turbos plus intercooler along with larger injectors, modified cylinder head, forged pistons, and high performance camshafts, among others.

Taken separately, from the engine remained only the cylinder block, while all other parts were changed with forded to maintain the pressure of two Garrett G28/71 turbochargers. Moreover, the MTE R32 also received water/methanol-injection intake manifold and unique cast-iron exhaust manifold.

After the upgrades, R32 BiTurbo developed 730 hp, but MTE revised the ECU and to boost pressure is up to 2.2 bar. According to the tuners, the car ran on 1.6 bar last year, but with the new software it develops more power and torque and the top speed rose to 193 mph (310 km/h). Also, the car can run the quarter mile in 10.7 seconds.

Other features of MTE Golf R32 BiTurbo are a Sachs Racing twin-disc clutch, KW Variant 3 racing coil-over suspension, high-performance brakes with 360mm discs and Brembo six-piston calipers and RH Turborad rims fitted with 225/40 ZR 18 semi-slick tires.
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