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Old 03-14-2001, 01:41 AM   #51
CosmoTheCat
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Kevin - Unless I'm sadly mistaken you've got the 4EAT and an OBS. The 4EATs shift points HAVE to be different if it's going to have a similar top end. Also, the L (And I'd assume OBS) have a 3.90? instead of the RSs 4.10? in the f&r diffs. That would make a bit of a difference.

Could somebody go look up gear ratios and axle ratios for the OBS vs RS please. Oh, 4EAT vs 5MT too.
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Old 03-15-2001, 04:33 PM   #52
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PizzaBoy:
My best friend(almost brother)owns a shop here in Houston Called European Performance, They wor on VW and Audi's, His name is Alex and he owns the fastest VR6 N/A in Texas, 1/4 mile 14.6 with a lot of spining at launch.
My best 1/4 mile is 14.6 also, but after the 1/4 mile he'll kick my butt. I have Cobb's heads Cams use to have Borla headers and catback. pulley and very good intake.
He has chip.intake manifold, headers ,cams better intake filter system.

On the other side his associate has a VR6 with headers chip and K&N type air filter. We were very even with my 18" wheels on. But with my 205/45-16.....no way. Our gear ratio is a lot shorter than their, I'm sure I'll get faster to 135m/h but after that he'll take off. That's why I ordered a Torque chip with a red line at 7200 rpms with in improvement in torque an hp, also waiting for a MRT complete system. hopefully my friend Alex won't beat me that bad.

You'll need a good Turbo.to beat a fast VR6 N/A

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Old 03-15-2001, 11:26 PM   #53
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