It's in the process of being installed on their shop owned test car for software development. Check out more here.
Here is the HGP DSG upgrade from their website.
HGP has a DSG Mk V R32 that handles 650 NM of torque - my first thought was they must have upgraded the DSG - sure enough they did with the above stuff. The site is in German but you can see they have a few solutions for raising the torque limit of DSG
And from HPA
Base car: 2003 Audi TT 3.2L DSG
400HP FT400 Single turbo specifications summary
· 1 Hybrid K04 turbochargers with oversized exhaust housings.
· Velocity tuned HGP Exhaust Manifolds
· 70mm Down pipes
· Compression reducing head plate (8.0:1)
· Hi-Flow HGP short runner cast aluminum Intake Manifold
· Side mount intercooler
· Proprietary Silicon Boost piping
· Proprietary Hi-Flow formed Silicon and Stainless piping
· Hi flow fuel injectors
· Upgraded fuel pump
· Re-tuned factory ECU
I thought this was an interesting quote from the HPA link above on the DSG 400 TT = "you can even throw it into sport mode and launch it at 6000 rpm all day long while drinking a non-fat, tall, vanilla latte."
Sounds like HPA has figured out how to beef up the DSG too
DSG isn't some voodoo science, it's based on a manual transmission - the aftermarket already has upgrades for it - the future is here
Damn son..when's all that going in the new ride
well if I repeat my history....probably never I still have the turbo kit for my rabbit sitting all pretty in a boxOriginally Posted by wckdg35
So the hot side of the turbo is cast into the manifold? Wow.