Mmm sounds lovely I bet you can't wait to get it all built and mapped.
Its quite difficult knowing that its in a box in the garage and could go on the car at any point, but I have to wait and structure the mods, so for now I am just stockpiling all the bits I need.
The Turbo & decat pipe are here and I have a turbo blanket & 3x 30 foot rolls of DEI exhaust wrap on order from China. Ned @ Autolusso is sorting me out all the bits I need to fit the turbo (washers, seals & pipes etc) so they should be here soon enough, and I have 6 litres of Millers Nanotech & a filter waiting for the turbo install as well.
Ironically I cant fit the turbo & the decat together without a map or I will boil the turbo. The spool up on this new 2056 will be very very quick and if I add the decat at the same time that will be bad news as I already have a DPF bypass so back pressure would be minimal.
I could fit the decat on my current turbo then temporarily remove it when the new turbo goes on but I am concerned that the current turbo has become quite loud over the last 3-4 months and has an audible howl from the cabin under full load so altering the back pressure could be a bad idea!
The plan, once all the current bits arrive, is to start buying all the bits for the inter-cooler mod and do that first on the current turbo with the intake mods, then fit the new turbo, drive it up to Alfatune and get Gus to put the decat and a full alfatune exhaust on just before he spends a day on the rollers setting it all up. That minimises my labour costs then and keeps Gus's time and energy spent on the custom mapping session.
I reckon it will all be done and mapped by Feb, but its Christmas coming up fast and I need to buy lots of prezzies for the family so funds are diverted elsewhere at the minute!
The intercooler mod is by far the biggest/hardest to do of all of these so I am still looking into getting the RS intercooler modified somewhere locally as its not something I want to personally do.