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  • BigM62's Avatar
    Today, 10:55 AM
    I tried to watch "Bottom Gear" and could not continue watching untill changes are made, which include the guy with the high screeching voice who thinks he is funny (not).
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  • SCChris's Avatar
    Today, 10:33 AM
    SCChris replied to a thread My new Golf R in Golf
    Thanks! Has been a lot of fun so far.
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    Today, 10:17 AM
    MarcosMosm, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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    Today, 09:41 AM
    Welcome xLOGANx, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • Ryan Mills's Avatar
    Today, 09:08 AM
    So, I bought a Silverado and I have to unload my S4 before I have too many car payments. I purchased it Last July from vortex member VWRACR, with 73.5k miles. He bought it from the orginial owner's dealership as a CPO vehicle that was traded in. Besides all of the options that are included with the prestige package, including B&O stereo, I bought it with the following additions: H&R Street Performance Coil Over Kit, rear shocks upgraded to Bilsteins. Malone Stage II tune - this is THE car that was dynoed at 415WHP and 377WTQ. ( -this is the car that is on their website. Stage II supercharger pulley. AWE tuning "cold front" coolant reservoir. APR coolant performance system coolant tank. AFCO Ford GT500 double pass heat exchanger. USP Motorsports intake. All interior lighting converted to LED Carbon fiber mirror housings. Debadged with painted and cleared taillights (light smoke, not overdone, flawless finish.) RS4 black front grille. P3 cars vent gauge with boost, battery voltage, air temp, exhaust temp, 0-60, coolant temp, and ignition timing. Audi RS4 steering wheel. 034 motorsports transmission insert. 034 motorsports differential inserts. 034 stainless steel downpipes. rear and side windows tinted, top of front windshield. *I'm sure I'm missing something* After purchasing, I've done a few more things to it, and they are: Milltek stainless steel resonated cat-back exhaust. LED license plate bulbs Opt7 Fluxbeam LED foglight bulbs. Cross-drilled rotors with OEM pads. 84k miles. AEM MAP/MAF based progressive methanol injection. Audi 10 spoke 19" wheels with 255/35/19" Dunlop Signature HP all season tires. SPEC stage 3+ single disk clutch with new OEM flywheel at 82k miles. Intake valve carbon cleaning at 86k-ish miles. New NGK iridium plugs at the same time. some minor VAG-Com tweaks (seatbelt chime) If I think of anything else, I'll post that up as well. All maintenance is up to date, I personally changed the oil every 5k while owning the car, and also maintained everything else that requires service. This car has never left me stranded, and the only issues, outside of regular maintenance was a fuel tank rear sending unit, which I replaced about a month ago. I have a few pictures posted on photobucket, and will post more once I gather them all up between all my electronic crap. I replaced the air filter last weekend, and gave it a little bath. I also pulled the stupid front plate off for pics: There's a few random pics and whatnot here:
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    Today, 07:21 AM
    minhanhuser1224, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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    Today, 07:08 AM
    Hey OctavioZ55: :text-welcomewave:
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    Today, 03:59 AM
    Welcome TravisZariwny, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 02:21 AM
    An aggressive looking black Ferrari 458 Italia here. It is sitting on gloss black Strasse Forged rims. The wheels are 20 inches up front and 21 inches in back. The lips and barrels are finished in gloss black as well which gives the wheels and car a mean look. Yellow accents may not be for everyone but they tie together with the yellow brake calipers. It works. Forged Wheel Specs: SV1 Deep Concave FS -Gloss Black Centers -Gloss Black Lips -Gloss Black Barrels -Gloss Black 50/50 Hardware -Weight Reduction Pocketing 209 | 2112.5 Tire Specs: Pirelli P Zero Front: 245/35/20 Rear: 325/25/21
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    Today, 01:57 AM
    Hey RevaRnh427: :text-welcomewave:
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    Today, 12:04 AM
    nbrigdan replied to a thread My new Golf R in Golf
    Looks great! I love these cars! So much potential :D
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:52 PM
    You will find that after a certain point the majority of high power N54 builds utilize supplemental injection. In the early days it was methanol and these days a port fuel injection system is more common. Either way, it is easy to max out the factory direct injection fuel system at higher power levels especially if running E85. The details from VPG on their 654 whp run using the direct injection system are below: Hey everyone! Extremely excited to post a little more data on what we're doing over at Vargas Performance Group. We're testing a prototype hpfp system, and simultaneously testing control over it. Our testing started with normal E85, then Tony switched to E98 to really put the fueling system through its paces. Disclaimers/Info: -"proof of concept" prototype hpfp system -prototype is called "the prototype" because it's not ready for production, meaning we have significant work to do in order to turn this into a product ready to sell, if ever -indicates that DI only 600+ whp is possible on stock injectors -stopped log at 6300 due to auto transmission (have other logs revving higher, fuel pressure & A/F is still good but those weren't the glorious dyno this is) -Rail pressure was much smoother when we used higher targets, there is some control system learning that occurs -this dyno was done with no learning Run Data: Boost: ~28 psi Timing: ~9* Fuel: E98 Low Pressure Fuel Pump: Fuel-it! Stg 3 High Pressure Fuel System: Prototype Port Injection: None Methanol Injection: None Future Plans: -More DI only testing and prototype development -Examination of feasibility for production type configuration/implementation Take Home: -There is room to run over 600 whp direct injection only -Injectors and injector window is not an issue yet -Vargas continues to innovate and push hard
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:37 PM
    Sticky replied to a thread For Sale: BMS N55 Stage 1 Plug and Play in Buy/Sell - Parts
    Moved to the for sale section. Pics helps. GLWS.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:33 PM
    This is incredible considering that AMR Performance already showed a gain of 63 horsepower and 100 lb-ft of torque at the wheels on the 2016 W205 C450 model. That was with their 1.01c tune revision and now with their 1.02b tune revision they take things considerably further. How about 371 at the wheels or in other words another 53 whp from where they already were? That is more than 100 horsepower at the wheels over stock: Utilizing this tune and no other modifications a C450 went 12.3 @ 112 in the 1/4 mile in 98 degree weather. We expect easy 11's in winter conditions or just cooler weather: We are waiting on the slip but AMR is pushing the C450/C43 models harder than anyone else along with the M276 DEL30 engine. #AMR #amrperformance
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  • JackBrand's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:16 PM
    Hello all, I am new to the forum, and in hopes of selling my Burger Motorsports Stage 1, N55 Plug and Play Tuner. The reason I am retiring my Stage 1 is because I will be upgrading to a JB4 and no longer need the Stage 1. This is practically brand new, though will sell at a right price, Obviously lower than what they retail at ($379) Let me know if you are interested.
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    Yesterday, 10:14 PM
    Welcome BradlyBohn, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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    Yesterday, 10:04 PM
    Hey JackBrand: :text-welcomewave:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
    On paper the facelifted 911 Turbo S is favored. It has 580 horsepower to the GT3 RS 500 plus the twin turbochargers boost its torque figure to 516 lb-ft. The naturally aspirated 4.0 liter flat-6 GT3 RS on the other hand makes do with 'only' 338 lb-ft of torque. What the GT3 RS has going for it is a wider rev range meaning it is geared shorter plus it sends power to the rear wheels meaning it has lower drivetrain losses compared to the all wheel drive turbo. This also means it is lighter by a good 400 pounds. If you buy a GT3 RS to race in a straight line you bought the wrong car. The Turbo S is easier to tune and when making big power it can maintain traction. Plus it does not suffer from the same aerodynamic drag as downforce in corners is not the primary concern. The Turbo S makes easy work of the GT3 RS in similar fashion to the Huracan we saw beat up the GT3 RS recently. It seems the Huracan and the Turbo S are more of a match for each other.
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