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i got a 2001 GTI 1.8t is my motor an aww, or an awd?? cuz on www.evoms.com, the stage 4 tuning system is probably my best bet for the money... figure i'd upgrade the exhaust... but i wont need much more for the car, after i get the kit, so thats most likely my option, as long as im AWD, not AWW... but my luck, im AWW, just tryina find out what i am, cuz im too lazy to do a search
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Look in the spare tire well for the sticker . There you should seethe engine code.
Ifeel the AWW is a great motor. The AWD is the lower of the three it does not have the variable valve timing and has a ko3 turbo.
The AWW has a ko3 sport turbo 93:1 compresion and variable valve timing
Just buy chipping the motor you will get 207hp and 232 torque at the crank.
With the AWD it will only get 190hp and 220 torque.
Also you can get around 4% more hp than a AWP that has the same bolt on parts.
Due to the smal diferance in compresion a computer upgrade can yeild more boost to this series motor.
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so in the spare tire well, i'll find a sticker that says AWD or AWW?
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You can also remove your engine cover, and you can find it on a tab on the side of the head. It will also be on a sticker affixed to your timing belt cover.
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AWD - 2000 model year on golf/jetta/gti
AWW - 2001 model year on golf/jetta/gti/wolfsburg
AWP - 2002 model year on golf/jetta/gti/337(yes its the same engine)

A little table and some more useless info.

Eng Code Compression Exh. Dia. Turbo Stock Boost Timing
AWD 9.5:1 55mm ko3 0.6bar No VVT
AWW 9.3:1 50mm ko3/ko4 0.6bar VCT
AWP 9.5:1 55mm ko3/ko4 0.8bar VCT emmis

All catbacks are 2.17"
2nd O2 sensor on AWD can be tapped for A/F gauge
AWP engines lack Fuse 6
AWD had slightly different fitting coilpacks, they use clips and allen keys to be secured.

All 1.8t engines regardless of engine code and regardless of car have the same block, only the ancillaries differ. The exception to the rule is the audi 225tt that has strenghtened internals and an additional fuel rail.
The AEB engine code(non-dbw) has the largest intake ports and consequently is one of the most in demand head's to put on our cars.
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91: 196hp/240lb-ft 93: 204hp/242lb-ft AWD 5spd
91: 209hp/242lb-ft 93: 215hp/247lb-ft AWW 5spd
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so it looks like i wont be able to get the stage 4 from evoms, cuz its only for AWD engines, and from that chart thing, im AWW
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Hi are the k03 and the k03s turbos compapible can i replace my k03 with a k03s and is it worth it. Thanks
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you can do that, theyre compatible, but youre better off getting a k04, its a few hundred extra, but itll be much more power than basically replacing it with the same turbo
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