Volkswagen Mark IV Forum banner
61 - 79 of 79 Posts

· Registered
Joined
·
3,426 Posts
Here are the clips of my 0-100 test (on a private road). I had some traction issues on the launch as you can see. [:I]

My Golf 1.8T AGU + REVO

www.silcs.co.uk/turbo/golf105.wmv (1.12MB)

Standard BMW E46 325i

www.silcs.co.uk/turbo/bmw105.wmv (1.22MB)
 

· Registered
Joined
·
3,426 Posts
Quote: posted by V5-TURBO on 19/01/2005 12:49:07

Bora 150hp V5 turbo last years setup

0-63mph 4,8sec

0-88mph 8,5 sec

0-125mph 15,5 sec

@ Lazzat challenge 2004

Have you got any pics of your car? It sounds very interesting.
 

· Banned
Joined
·
773 Posts
remapped PD150 being gentle to the clutch in the dry 0-60 just under 8 seconds

0-100 in 19 flat.

I reckon that a decent driver withot mechanical symathy and the ESP turned off could better these times.

All done with road markers and GPS.

As a comparison I could run 0-60 in 5.3 flat in my Impreza Turbo and 0-100 in 13.6 ish.
 

· Registered
Joined
·
22 Posts
Quote: posted by JohnGTi on 19/01/2005 13:24:37

what would you be looking at for a standard Gti TUrbo 1/4 mile - 16.5 ish?

i got som links in the "v5 power?" thread in tuning forum

the times are made with my small turbokit .

new update in a couple of weeks with 50-100hp more
 

· Banned
Joined
·
773 Posts
Quote: posted by NikB on 19/01/2005 15:17:33

Sammy I could do 0-60 in 6.7 and the 1/4 mile in 14.9 with just a remap, have yet to see what I can do it in with the nos.

As I said a better driver would do better times. I'm no expert.

However that's quick with just a remapped PD150. According to GPS my 0-60 time is 7.8 and 0-100 exactly 19 secs flat all with ESP switched on. Changing up at 4K as my car is realtively low miles and I don't want to thrash it, feeding in clutch rather than side stepping. Of coruse these times weren't on a strip. The Impreza times were done at the Pod and I think their sticky surface is good for at least 1/2 second.
 

· Registered
Joined
·
40 Posts
Quote: posted by sammyboy on 19/01/2005 15:30:15

Quote: posted by NikB on 19/01/2005 15:17:33

Sammy I could do 0-60 in 6.7 and the 1/4 mile in 14.9 with just a remap, have yet to see what I can do it in with the nos.

As I said a better driver would do better times. I'm no expert.

However that's quick with just a remapped PD150. According to GPS my 0-60 time is 7.8 and 0-100 exactly 19 secs flat all with ESP switched on. Changing up at 4K as my car is realtively low miles and I don't want to thrash it, feeding in clutch rather than side stepping. Of coruse these times weren't on a strip. The Impreza times were done at the Pod and I think their sticky surface is good for at least 1/2 second.

which remap is this and is it on a 150 or a 180 model??

cheers
 

· Registered
Joined
·
4,149 Posts
John they're the 150bhp TDi engines. Are you thinking of the petrol engines. Sammy you really shouldn't worry that much about the clutch. I'm not saying do high rpm launches etc by dumping the clutch but fast changes are very possible. Dumping the clutch does nothing but induce wheelspin in our cars anyway. My time was at GTi international which doesn't have the best possible surface, I'll see what I can do at the Pod soon. I'm hoping for times closer to 6seconds and a 1/4 mile of 14.5 or thereabouts. I will have a limited slip diff and with a bit of luck a bit more nitrous.
 

· Registered
Joined
·
99 Posts
Quote: posted by sammyboy on 19/01/2005 15:30:15

Quote: posted by NikB on 19/01/2005 15:17:33

Sammy I could do 0-60 in 6.7 and the 1/4 mile in 14.9 with just a remap, have yet to see what I can do it in with the nos.

As I said a better driver would do better times. I'm no expert.

However that's quick with just a remapped PD150. According to GPS my 0-60 time is 7.8 and 0-100 exactly 19 secs flat all with ESP switched on. Changing up at 4K as my car is realtively low miles and I don't want to thrash it, feeding in clutch rather than side stepping. Of coruse these times weren't on a strip. The Impreza times were done at the Pod and I think their sticky surface is good for at least 1/2 second.

Changing up at 4k is pretty much perfect. Going higher results in slower times (in my tests atleast). And there's not much use side-stepping clutch with TDI. You will end up just spinning the wheels and going nowhere. I start at about 1200rpm and try to lift up the clutch as soon as possible and just being careful with gas on first gear so I get some spin, not too much. Timed 0-60mph 6.8s in my remapped PD130 (was about 170hp) during quarter mile run.
 

· Registered
Joined
·
2,967 Posts
Quote: posted by JohnGTi on 19/01/2005 16:52:31

yer, just wondering what time for a Gti 1.8T Petrol model at Santa Pod

I manged 1/4 mile in 16.1 at the pod last year in my standard 1.8t. Have now had it revo'd so will have to go again
 

· Banned
Joined
·
773 Posts
Quote: posted by JP on 19/01/2005 16:55:02

Quote: posted by sammyboy on 19/01/2005 15:30:15

Quote: posted by NikB on 19/01/2005 15:17:33

Sammy I could do 0-60 in 6.7 and the 1/4 mile in 14.9 with just a remap, have yet to see what I can do it in with the nos.

As I said a better driver would do better times. I'm no expert.

However that's quick with just a remapped PD150. According to GPS my 0-60 time is 7.8 and 0-100 exactly 19 secs flat all with ESP switched on. Changing up at 4K as my car is realtively low miles and I don't want to thrash it, feeding in clutch rather than side stepping. Of coruse these times weren't on a strip. The Impreza times were done at the Pod and I think their sticky surface is good for at least 1/2 second.

Changing up at 4k is pretty much perfect. Going higher results in slower times (in my tests atleast). And there's not much use side-stepping clutch with TDI. You will end up just spinning the wheels and going nowhere. I start at about 1200rpm and try to lift up the clutch as soon as possible and just being careful with gas on first gear so I get some spin, not too much. Timed 0-60mph 6.8s in my remapped PD130 (was about 170hp) during quarter mile run.

I need to learn how to drive a PD then, I thought there might be some more to come but a second on launch and a couple more upto 100 is a lot to be losing out. Always managed well enough in the Impreza but that was 4K and feed out clutch very fast, if not sidestep for a AWD launch.

edited to add are you folk running ESP on or off?
 

· Registered
Joined
·
399 Posts
John they're the 150bhp TDi engines. Are you thinking of the petrol engines. Sammy you really shouldn't worry that much about the clutch. I'm not saying do high rpm launches etc by dumping the clutch but fast changes are very possible. Dumping the clutch does nothing but induce wheelspin in our cars anyway. My time was at GTi international which doesn't have the best possible surface, I'll see what I can do at the Pod soon. I'm hoping for times closer to 6seconds and a 1/4 mile of 14.5 or thereabouts. I will have a limited slip diff and with a bit of luck a bit more nitrous.
You have NOS?
 
61 - 79 of 79 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top