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    APR hits 11's with a manual US Spec 4-Door MKVI Golf R with an APR Stage III kit

    Congratulations to APR on the first 11 second manual Golf R. APR was able to hit 11's with ESP on and the stock all season tires. They also did not shift into 5th gear at the 1/4 mile mark hurting the trap a little bit. This is a development car so times will no doubt improve as it sees more time on the drag strip. Still, an 11.8@113 in the 1/4 mile on runflat tires with traction control on gives a pretty good idea as to what the car is capable of in street trim.

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    4 Door 6 Speed US Spec Golf R

    APR Stage III Turbocharger System
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    APR Carbonio Intake
    APR RSC Exhaust System
    VWR Streetsport Plus Coilovers
    DXD Stage III Clutch


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    Pretty Impressive, what are the power numbers?
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    1999 M3 AA C30 S/C w/FMIC, UUC Motowerks, Vorsteiner, Bilsteins, Bav Auto, DEPOs

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmer182 Click here to enlarge
    Pretty Impressive, what are the power numbers?
    I'm not too sure. Let me check.

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    It's around 400 crank:

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    Wow, that's pretty great and not even touching the internals
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    1999 M3 AA C30 S/C w/FMIC, UUC Motowerks, Vorsteiner, Bilsteins, Bav Auto, DEPOs

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmer182 Click here to enlarge
    Wow, that's pretty great and not even touching the internals
    Touched internals on this one but look at the result: http://www.vwboost.com/content.php?2...miles-per-hour

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    Click here to enlarge holy F@%$
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    1999 M3 AA C30 S/C w/FMIC, UUC Motowerks, Vorsteiner, Bilsteins, Bav Auto, DEPOs

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    Maybe bigger injectors, meth, closer to low 10s or high 9s
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmer182 Click here to enlarge
    Maybe bigger injectors, meth, closer to low 10s or high 9s
    Fueling doesn't seem to be too simple on these.

    Guy on here just hit some nice numbers and is going bigger: http://www.vwboost.com/content.php?2...torsports-LPFP

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Fueling doesn't seem to be too simple on these.

    Guy on here just hit some nice numbers and is going bigger: http://www.vwboost.com/content.php?2...torsports-LPFP
    The Golf R has the older VW FSI engine, where as the regular GTI has a TSI engine (Pat's GLI engine). There is currently a mass market available HPFP for the FSI engine, however I'm not sure of the actual limits, should be 500hp+.



    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmer182 Click here to enlarge
    Maybe bigger injectors, meth, closer to low 10s or high 9s
    The kit includes injectors.

    The main issue with these cars is no one really tunes for Meth, unless you drop the coin on a eurodyne and the hours spent trying to tune it. I mean you could run the "100 octane" tune but then there are minimal fail safes in the event that meth stops flowing. You'll see some gains on the OTS 91/93oct map, but it's certainly not optimized.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by chrisisnapping Click here to enlarge
    The Golf R has the older VW FSI engine, where as the regular GTI has a TSI engine (Pat's GLI engine). There is currently a mass market available HPFP for the FSI engine, however I'm not sure of the actual limits, should be 500hp+.
    That's right, I forget that.

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