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Old 12-06-2018, 01:51 PM
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Default H/C/I Stall Trans AM LS1 vs RS3 (video)


RS3 - 93 Map, Catless mid, CTS Intake. Stock wheels and tires (wheel hop ugh), passenger
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Good kill those rs3 cars are badass surprised you haven’t done e85
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Good kill those rs3 cars are badass surprised you haven’t done e85
It's coming. The tune through my vendor is still in beta; waiting for prod.
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Originally Posted by Boryke View Post
It's coming. The tune through my vendor is still in beta; waiting for prod.
Nice you will be running 10s before you know it
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Nice kill op. That TA needs to add a dragpack.
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Power and torque gains are as follows;

Stage 1 91 octane: 67 bhp and 79 ft/lbs of torque.

Stage 1 93 octane: 85 bhp and 92 ft/lbs of torque.

Stage 2 91 octane: 86 bhp and 101 ft/lbs of torque.

Stage 2 93 octane: 112 bhp and 121 ft/lbs of torque.

Stage 2 E70 : 164 bhp and 155 ft/lbs of torque.

See the product gallery for actual dyno results from our 2018 Audi RS3.

With stage 1 software the same car recently ran back to back 11.1 second quarter mile passes at almost 124 mph with no modifications besides the reflash.

Stage 2 93 octane software quarter mile time was [email protected]

Stage 2 E70 produced a [email protected] 131.8 MPH (unprepared surface).
turbo wins. more boost any time.
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Wow now I want one lol
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Wow now I want one lol
it's the point i have been trying to make. we can work the **** our of our motors to make less than a turbo damned audi 2.5.

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here are infinity Q60 bolt on power.
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Both those cars are badass. Even Kia Stingers are making great power. I'd still take an ATS-V if going for a modern turbo 6.

You can get those Infinitis so damn cheap though. I'm curious how long they will last at those power levels since they are relatively new yet.
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Look out erryone....assin back on the google.
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Look out erryone....assin back on the google.
just so you know. if i see you i knock you out. count on it. keep shooting your dick sucker off, and i will beat on you a while also. i hope you have a good dental implant plan. little tyke.
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just so you know. if i see you i knock you out. count on it. keep shooting your dick sucker off, and i will beat on you a while also. i hope you have a good dental implant plan. little tyke.
Holy hell this guy is already drunk........ And there you go again going full homo.
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Originally Posted by assasinator View Post
just so you know. if i see you i knock you out. count on it. keep shooting your dick sucker off, and i will beat on you a while also. i hope you have a good dental implant plan. little tyke.
seems a little harsh, why don't you guys settle this on the street.
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Cause he knows I'd drag dat cammed coyotahs ***.....sobhe has to threaten me. Cause he think dat skeer me.
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Cause he knows I'd drag dat cammed coyotahs ***.....sobhe has to threaten me. Cause he think dat skeer me.
I haven't been on lately, is your car up and running again?
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****.....I've had the terriblest luck with it this year. After i fixed the bent valves i had a lifter go bad. So i set it like a solid and drive it some but i think there was another going bad. So i said eff it. Tore it apart....all of it. I had been chasing a vibration anyway. Got yhe trans redone and the 9" center with a gear that wasga race gear and back to 3.89. Put the ls7 in it I've had for years which was basically new(fresh rebuild) with brand new heads. Started it....all was well. Took it for a ride the next morning or tried to anyway. Seen the temp going up and the car never gets to even 210 so i turned it off checked it out seemed like the ewp wasn't working but it wasn't hot yet anyway. Wiggled the wire and it started. Got in the car aas heading back home, mind you i was only maybe a mile from home. It didn't seem right after i turned around. So i pulled over and it didn't have and pressure in the coolant system and the oil was milky af.

So now I'm back onto the ls6. Ima rebuild it since it does have 90k hard miles on it even tho it's likely fine. Hopefully we'll see some good numbers out of it in the end.

It's a shame the bolt on ls6 never got ran in it's best form
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That stinks, after 4 month's of my own engine problems, i feel your pain. Part of me wants to jump on the 6th gen band wagon. This might be a dumb question, but how did the ls7 feel? Power wise, or did you not get any pulls in it?
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Never even got a chance to step on it. It was literally one mile from my house....and i coasted down my hill to the main road for 1/2 that. Turned to junk instantly....lol

What happened to yours?
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