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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen8512 View Post


    What: MY10 VW Golf R | 180.7KW & 329.3NM of Torque ATW at approx. 1.4bar boost (20psi)

    How: GIAC reflash + VWRacing CAI

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    [IMG] photo-1 by Footguy1979, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Hmmmm, I dunno. Happy with the early torque, but after that....
    Last edited by Footguy; 30-04-2012 at 09:14 PM.
    to replicate the effect you'd have to push the pedal extremely fast to at least 50% throttle, and then fast, but not quite as fast as before to say 70-75%, and then a bit slower to say 85% - all in the time it takes me to push my pedal down 20-25% max

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    Hmmmm, I dunno. Happy with the early torque, but after that....
    Whats going on at 5300?

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    Yeah, it's seems to be where the torque goes flat after slowly dropping. (Power is just torque times revs, right?)

    Going in to see George this week, will see what he thinks.

    Interested to see a few more GTI results, can't work out from the table what mods have been done...pretty sure there was another stg2 Giac running... Tuz's stage 1 is pretty sweet for a stage 1 though...
    to replicate the effect you'd have to push the pedal extremely fast to at least 50% throttle, and then fast, but not quite as fast as before to say 70-75%, and then a bit slower to say 85% - all in the time it takes me to push my pedal down 20-25% max

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    Similar to mine, but much better shape to the torque/power curves...
    to replicate the effect you'd have to push the pedal extremely fast to at least 50% throttle, and then fast, but not quite as fast as before to say 70-75%, and then a bit slower to say 85% - all in the time it takes me to push my pedal down 20-25% max

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footguy View Post
    Yeah, it's seems to be where the torque goes flat after slowly dropping. (Power is just torque times revs, right?)

    Going in to see George this week, will see what he thinks.

    Interested to see a few more GTI results, can't work out from the table what mods have been done...pretty sure there was another stg2 Giac running... Tuz's stage 1 is pretty sweet for a stage 1 though...
    Ive got a copy of my gti, chris, sam and nat ... Ill pm u tmr

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    Thanks mate. Much appreciated..

    Wonder if Parso has done a mk6 gti...
    to replicate the effect you'd have to push the pedal extremely fast to at least 50% throttle, and then fast, but not quite as fast as before to say 70-75%, and then a bit slower to say 85% - all in the time it takes me to push my pedal down 20-25% max

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