Sunday, May 23, 2010
STi- no time
Evo- no time
92 Typhoon- email@example.com
Blue Evo- firstname.lastname@example.org
Caddy V-spec- no time
Mugen Civic- email@example.com
Yellow S4- no time
Black vette- firstname.lastname@example.org
FHT MKV GTi- email@example.com
Evo X- 14.142@---
MKVI GTi- firstname.lastname@example.org
Shelby Cobra- email@example.com
GT-R- no time
Enjoy the video! More to come
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Be sure to watch in HD!
I've recently created a Qik account, this means live streaming videos. I plan on getting a HTC Evo soon, so live streaming will definitely be HQ. This will be great for dynos, 1/4 miles etc. Stay tuned!
Visit me on Qik: http://qik.com/wazzap11010
I will still have plenty of youtube vids, but if want to see live streaming vids, be sure to check my Youtube channel, Twitter, or Facebook status to know when Im going live!
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Of course I'll be posting tons of pics, will be on this blog, as well as plenty of youtube vids. but Twitter can be a great place to get some real-time updates. So support me on twitter!
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
It is seriously an amazing gauge. The readings are accurate, even if you dont use the anti-buzz fitting that they give you. Also, it fits in the New South Performance steering column pod perfectly. $47 is a sweet deal for such a great gauge. Check out a quick vid that I posted up:
Look at what you get for the cash!
To say the very least, APR has put considerable though and work into the development of this kit.
382 crank HP on 93 Octane
Finally, meet the snail of the hour...APR utilized a GT2871R by Garrett. The Stage 3 software supposedly requests from 20-22 psi. Once you hit the request, its supposed to hold it all the way through redline. The 2871R is an amazing turbo, perfectly suited for the 2.0TFSI platform. Paired with DSG, theres no doubt that I'll be making some impressive numbers.
I'll have more up close info come July 2010, stay tuned!
As you might already know, APR is squeezing even more power out of the FSI platform. The expected numbers are rediculous!
436 WHP out of a FWD application is over 500 crank HP!
So far, we know that APR Stage 4 will consist of all the components of APR Stage 3 ( http://www.goapr.com/products/about_20ts3.html), low compression pistons (I think somewhere around 8:3:1), stronger rods, and cams.
Here are a few vids of this beast in action. This gives us an indication of whats to come.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtO2dh8BCPA