12.1 Mile run. 35 degrees outside. Kumho Ecsta AST's 195/50/15. Not the best tires, but its winter and they are better in the cold. Not even close to the limit even with those tires.
1997 VW jetta 8 valve OBD1 motor and head. 260 cam, ported intake manifolds and TB, velocity stack for this run, 8LB flywheel, 16V clutch and pressure plate, Full SS Exhaust, High flow cat, TT downpipe, MK4 Manifold. Koni Yellows, FK springs, Poly bushings all around, G60 HD strut mounts, Neuspeed 28 mm RSB Neuspeed 25mm FSB, upper strut brace, rear upper strut brace, WRD lower front strut brace, Corrado G60 11.1" Front brakes, Powerslot Cryo treated rotors all around, SS Brake lines, Hawk HPS Pads all around.
VW VR6 Putnam Park
VW Jetta VR6 Chasing Porsche's and other cars at Putnam Park, Running off
the track Chasing an E30 M3. Chasing a subaru STI
Built motor, Koni 3011's, NITTO NT01's. WIlwood Brakes.
Running 1:25 laptimes at putnam
Pit Row Sports SLC Lapping
SLC coupe lapping at putnam park
Bruce Naude driving
Porsche turbo 6 Speed trans
No power steering, no ABS, no LSD, All mechanical.
Available as a track rental
Drive Around VW 8v 276deg cam
1994 Volkswagen GTI 2.0 4cyl ABA
276° race cam
ported + polished head
custom 2.5" full-back Exhaust
Neuspeed race springs + Koni yellow shocks
bypassed EGR (completely removed)
manual steering rack from pre-93 GLI
* tranny had a bad 2nd gear sychro *
...just before going forced induction.
Techtonics 2.25" Mk3 Aluminized
Installed at FastAddiction. TT High flow Cat and cat back with Dynomax muffer, Chip, TECHTONICS
HYDRAULIC 260 CAM, LW flywheel, Car is beaten on a daily basis.
VR6T used turbo parts build
So I bought used VR6 turbo parts from
here and there and this is the outcome. IC and turbo pipes from C2 Mototrsports, Eip turbo downpipe and manifold, turbonetics TO4E set up for a ATP turbo kit, C2Motorsports stage 2 fueling kit, used
Bosch green tops, new walbro 255lph in line pump, New AEM tru Boost and air/fuel gauges. Stock cat and used
2.25" Exhaust. used blitz BOV re
routed with a crome vacuum cleaner pipe and random coolant hoses. No trans
mods and stock head gasket and bolts.
Bilstein PSS coils, RH AD cup wheels
VW Jetta CRX tarmac dry/dusty
Short Run Cold, 35 degrees, dry, dusty conditions.
'90 Honda CRX
Dunlop direzza 195/50
'95 VW Jetta
Yokohama s-drive 195/50
1990 VW Cabriolet ABA Swap /w AGB Tranny and Shaved Head 4th Try.AVI
This Cabriolet has been upgraded to include a ABA 2.0 Block with the
original 8v head. The head has been shaved 1/25000in. The head also has a
276 cam in it. The head and the air intake manifold have been polished like
there was no tomorrow. The exahust is a dual 4-2-1 with custom piping. The
head also includes an adjustable cam gear. The fuel is controlled by an
adjustable fuel pressure regulator. The tranny that has been swaped in is a
1986 16v AGB close ratio. All the motor mounts were replaced with new ones.
All but the front one were left stock. The front is polyurithane. The A/C
and the power steering have been removed from this car. The distributor
that was used was the original with the gear changed to fit the larger
setup. The ECU is also chipped. Gauges added to this car are Fuel/Air
ratio, Vacuum and Fuel Pressure guage.
VW MkIII Golf GTI 2.0l 8v ABA Neuspeed Supercharged 20-100mph
'97 VW GTI 2.0l 8v with Neuspeed Supercharger @ ~6psi non-intercooled.
This is my daily driver, not my track car.
If I wanted fast[er] (relatively speaking), I would've turboed it.
Instead, I went with a reliable, roots-type blower from Neuspeed.
It's non-intercooled (hence, low-Boost application) and I installed in on
Saturday afternoon with a 6-pack of beer.
Can't beat that!
2.0 liter, 2-valves per cylinder, single cam, ABA engine.
Neuspeed roots-type Supercharger,
non-intercooled @ 6psi.
Other mods include:
260/256 cam, lightweight valvetrain, TT Exhaust, lightweight stock diameter crank pulley
(custom billet- made by a VW friend of mine). that's it for mods that
effect power output.
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