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Old 12-02-2017, 12:23 AM   #57
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lol no it's not...put two stage 2 GTI's next to each other with the same engine mods/tune... then take one car and throw drag slicks on and strip the interior...both make the same power but hmm I wonder which one is going to put down a faster time?



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Fyi he said speed not time.

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Old 12-02-2017, 12:25 AM   #58
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Because you make 300hp at like 6000rpm. Meaning unless he is in some performance driving situation, it will just be a bragging right.
My car made 325whp but my k04 is pnp. Besides that the number is just a number.

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Fyi he said speed not time.

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My bad, misread that.

He's been referring to 1/4 mile "times" for the past 4 pages so I didn't pick up on that.
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Old 12-02-2017, 12:43 AM   #59
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My bad, misread that.

He's been referring to 1/4 mile "times" for the past 4 pages so I didn't pick up on that.
I believe you are correct about time differences, but the speed should be the same I think.

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Old 12-02-2017, 08:25 AM   #60
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My bad, misread that.

He's been referring to 1/4 mile "times" for the past 4 pages so I didn't pick up on that.
Hey guy? Torque is what gets your ass moving, on the top end the hp will show. That's why the fastest k03 might be a 12.6 but what's the trap speed? Then get a k04 that runs 112 + and there's your power. The 1/4 is one of the best ways to measure hp....how many times do I need to say it for you to understand? Like I said, stop arguing for the sake of it... just stick to reading for a while.
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Old 12-07-2017, 10:44 AM   #61
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If you guys want to make power you should look into Cobb access port and get a dyno tune. My car with pump gas and dual meth nozzles on 21psi put down 328hp and 330tq on an awd mustang dyno. This is on a conservative tune knock sensors highest readings are -0.5. When fuel mixed with ethanol at e35 car put down 330whp and 370tq at same boost.
Going to try put a golf r map sensor in and throw more boost at it.
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