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    I wanted to post my track results from
    This weekend at Atco race way. Very impressive results given such basic mods. Has anyone had a chance to run there tuned b9ís? I will also post the time slip tonight.

    B9 A4 APR 93 tune with APR FMIC

    Results 12.88 @ 103.91

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dais0948 View Post
    I wanted to post my track results from
    This weekend at Atco race way. Very impressive results given such basic mods. Has anyone had a chance to run there tuned b9ís? I will also post the time slip tonight.

    B9 A4 APR 93 tune with APR FMIC

    Results 12.88 @ 103.91
    Nice run man! Great time and as always APR delivering!
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    Great time. Do you happen to know what the DA was that day? Best Iíve ran is a 13.2 (on bad pirelli stock tires). Iím gonna head back to track on Thursday. Itís cooled down a lot down here so hopefully I can make it in the 12ís.

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    Not 100% sure but I know Atco is or close to see level and it was about 40 degrees 40% humidity.

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    Our in house A4, Revo stage 2 with the Revo Performance Pack and JHM 3" high flow catalyst & 3" downpipe. 12 gallons 91 octane shell V Power fuel, 3 gallons e85, full tank, full weighted interior. Revo 98 ron (93 octane) file in use.

    12.29@110


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    Wow! How are the stock clutches holding up? Additionally have you ever dynoíd your car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PacificGerman View Post
    Our in house A4, Revo stage 2 with the Revo Performance Pack and JHM 3" high flow catalyst & 3" downpipe. 12 gallons 91 octane shell V Power fuel, 3 gallons e85, full tank, full weighted interior. Revo 98 ron (93 octane) file in use.

    12.29@110


    here is the slip

    https://www.audizine.com/gallery/sho...ond-a4&cat=500

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dais0948 View Post
    Wow! How are the stock clutches holding up? Additionally have you ever dynoíd your car?
    Back at stage 1 with no hardware changes we made, on a Mustang 4 wheel dyno, 262whp / 304 tq.

    I believe we are probably close to 200 launches now, clutches still going strong. Actually getting faster and faster every time!

    Here is a link to the Revo software thread and inside you will find our dyno plots and other data - https://www.audizine.com/forum/showt...A4-Mega-Thread


    And here are some faster times than what I posted above.. Very close to being the first B9 A4 into the 11s on a stock turbo!

    12.16 @ 110
    3.87 0-60


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PacificGerman View Post
    Back at stage 1 with no hardware changes we made, on a Mustang 4 wheel dyno, 262whp / 304 tq.

    I believe we are probably close to 200 launches now, clutches still going strong. Actually getting faster and faster every time!

    Here is a link to the Revo software thread and inside you will find our dyno plots and other data - https://www.audizine.com/forum/showt...A4-Mega-Thread


    And here are some faster times than what I posted above.. Very close to being the first B9 A4 into the 11s on a stock turbo!

    12.16 @ 110
    3.87 0-60


    given I have an APR 93 tune and APR Intercooler would the high flow downpipes be my best bang for the buck right now? do you have an estimate on HP gains from the downpipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dais0948 View Post
    given I have an APR 93 tune and APR Intercooler would the high flow downpipes be my best bang for the buck right now? do you have an estimate on HP gains from the downpipe?
    Your tuner doesn't support a stage 2 file, so a downpipe is going to throw a check engine light in your situation. But yeah going stage 2 makes a pretty decent improvement to 1/4 mile timing. Power is noticeably up across the rev range.

    For comparison's sake, we went 12.8 with Revo stage 1 and no engine hardware changes. This was on the Revo 93 octane low power file, since we are in California and used 91 octane with a little E85 to boost. I would reckon you being on the east coast with the 93 octane fuel and full power 93 file would be even quicker.

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