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Alright, I have been researching and researching and researching and researching...I think I found a list of stuff that I want to use for my 2.0T. Please keep in mind that the idea is low boost budget at first then go back and get the right stuff.

*OBD2 Block
OBD1 Head
Headgasket - either stacked or copper
Autotech 270 Camshaft
TT Adjustable Camshaft Sprocket
ARP Head Fasteners
42# Injectors
VR6 MAF
TT Chip
T3 Manifold
4 Bar FPR
12:1 Vortech FMU
T3 Turbo Compressor Trim .50, Compressor A/R .42, Turbine .48
Downpipe
Passat 1.8T Intercooler
1.8T Diverter Valve
APR Stage 3+ Spark Plugs NGK part number PFR7B
Boost Gauge
A/F Gauge
Oil Pressure Gauge
Oil Lines
Wideband 02 Sensor

I know the transmission/clutch is a weak point but I am not going to hammer it. I will do an 02a swap soon.

*OBD1 ABA is the engine of preference for the following reasons:
Forged crank
Forged connecting rods
Oil squirters
Cylinder Head Flows Better
Valve train has dual valve springs


 
OBD2 Block Preference is OBDI, but I assume you are just using the one that's already in the car.
OBD1 Head
Headgasket - either stacked or copper
Autotech 270 Camshaft
TT Adjustable Camshaft Sprocket
ARP Head Fasteners
30# Injectors
ABA MAF
C2 chip
T3 Manifold
3 Bar FPR
NO FMU
T3 Turbo Compressor Trim .60, Compressor A/R .42, Turbine .48
Downpipe
Passat 1.8T Intercooler
1.8T Diverter Valve
APR Stage 3+ Spark Plugs NGK part number PFR7B
Boost Gauge
A/F Gauge
Oil Pressure Gauge
Oil Lines
Wideband 02 Sensor

Updated list based on C2 chip and not using an FMU if you have a choice. The C2 stage 1 chip is excellent and it also uses 1.8T injectors which can be had cheap and a stock MAF and FPR... Other than that and a slightly larger turbo for upgradability (the turbo you chose would be good as well) you seem to have it all together.
 
Above you may have noticed that I mentioned an 02A swap. The 020 transmission can't handle the torque and will self destruct. Here is a list of parts needed for the 02A swap.
020 to 02A (Corrado G60)
http://www.eurospecsport.com/transconv.htm

  1. Parts (im tweetybird, fwdw ebay)
  2. 02A Transmission
  3. VR6 Clutch
  4. G60 Flywheel and bolts
  5. Pressure plate and bolts
  6. Axles (optional)
  7. Shift box
  8. Linkage assembly
  9. Backup switch wires extended
  10. Speedometer wires extended
  11. Pedal Box
  12. Mk3 VR6 Clutch Master Cylinder
    1. A hydraulic line from CMC to transmissions slave cylinder
  13. Mk3 VR6 brake fluid reservoir
    1. A hose to go from brake fluid reservoir to Clutch master cylinder
  14. Eurosport Short Shifter (optional)
  15. Limited Slip Differential (temporarily optional)
  16. Transmission mount
  17. Manual Adjusting Clutch Cable $30.45
  18. Corrado starter bolts
  19. New throwout bearing
OR
  1. 02A Transmission
  2. VR6 Clutch
  3. G60 Flywheel and bolts
  4. Pressure plate and bolts
  5. Bracket for mechanical clutch operation 02A 141 708B or 1992 Eurovan 02B 141 708A
  6. Boot for mechanical clutch operation 02A 141 728 or 1992 Eurovan 02A 741 728
  7. Clutch Cable 357 721 335E



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