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1978 Volkswagen Golf : 8.652 @ 159.010
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1991 Volkswagen Golf 19E: 8.657 @ 165.440
16Vampir, Engine: 1.8 16V, Turbos: GTX4202R Tires: 23x7.5


1994 Volkswagen GTI : 9.140 @ 164.157
marc hubert, Engine: 2.0 20v, Turbos: bullseyepower AX368 t3 .70a/r Tires: 28x9x15xt m&h


1989 Volkswagen Golf 19E: 10.006 @ 142.410
Boba, Engine: 2.0L 16V KR, Turbos: GT4094R


1998 Volkswagen Golf 19E: 10.006 @ 142.410
Boba, Engine: 2.0L 16V ABF, Turbos: GTX42 Tires: 205/50-15


1988 Volkswagen GTI : 10.030 @ 147.000
Steve Oliveira, Engine: VR6, Turbos: GT40 , now a different


1997 Volkswagen GTI 2.5T AWD: 10.173 @ 146.810
Dominic, Engine: 5cyl 2.5L, Turbos: GT35R Tires: falken ziexx


1991 Volkswagen Golf 2 GTI 19E: 10.371 @ 140.433
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1990 Volkswagen Golf 1.8t 20v: 10.598 @ 134.570
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1981 Volkswagen Golf 1.9 PDtdi: 10.678 @ 128.000
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2006 Volkswagen Golf V GTI: 10.832 @ 128.920
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2004 Volkswagen Golf 1.8T: 10.855 @ 126.820
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1991 Volkswagen Golf 19E: 10.880 @ 132.350
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2012 Volkswagen GTI MK6 DSG: 10.992 @ 133.130
Guy Harding, Engine: APR Rods & pistons, Turbos: APR Stage 3 GT3071 Tires: MT Slicks


2007 Volkswagen GTI MKV: 11.010 @ 131.790
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1996 Volkswagen GTI : 11.100 @ 133.000
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2012 Volkswagen GTI Golf MK VI: 11.299 @ 115.050
Vishal Matai, Turbos: K04 Tires: Hoosiers


2010 Volkswagen GTI GIAC Stage 3+: 11.434 @ 130.660
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1998 Volkswagen GTI VR6: 11.679 @ 117.580
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2010 Volkswagen GTI AWE/GIAC K04: 11.876 @ 117.090
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