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    Senior Member Two Rings a4_1.8t_01's Avatar
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    What FPR you guys running with GIAC hammer file, k04 stuff.

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    On 01's what does GIAC say to use with their k04 software. I currently have a 4 bar and just want to make sure im alright. Also what is stock fbr for 1.8t's? Thanks.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings audiFUEGO's Avatar
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    Re: What FPR you guys running with GIAC hammer file, k04 stuff.

    4bar is stock for 2001 and 4 bar is what you need.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings GetBoosted84's Avatar
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    Re: What FPR you guys running with GIAC hammer file, k04 stuff.

    ditto. I run the stocker. Btw, Searching would have found this in about two seconds.

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    Senior Member Two Rings a4_1.8t_01's Avatar
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    Re: What FPR you guys running with GIAC hammer file, k04 stuff.

    Just making sure thanks.

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    Veteran Member Three Rings Brooksthepro's Avatar
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    Re: What FPR you guys running with GIAC hammer file, k04 stuff.

    stock one ftw
    GIAC FXK04/Gen380cc/TTMAF/FMIC/custom magnaflow/710n/Labree HFC/034 Highflow Exhaust Mani/17"Team Dynamics ProRace1/CAI/race springs/Rs4 Grille/VDO vent boost gauge/SS brake lines/x-drilled rotors/12in Infinity /600w Infinity amp

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