Here are the results.Thanks BillyVR6
I am B80.
Last edited by eddikrie; 09-10-2012 at 10:19 AM.
Looks like I need an account to view those links, so please just re-post your current listing (see below) with the new 12.993 details whenever you get a chance.
Scanning and posting the time slip works too...Originally Posted by N/A Drag List
Ran new PB
12.58 @ 106.87mph - Ben Zarpentine - 1994 Golf - 2.0L 20v - 2110 lbs. - Active
Same setup as waterfest. track was pretty ****ty and as the temp went up and the oil downs contunied it got worse and worse. Oh well.
Good stuff man, keep having at it...
Also, for those insterested, while digging around recently I found this comment about the ABD drag truck…
1998 GTI VR6. 13.78 at 101mph. 2280#, Mk4 Headgasket, Raceland Header, United Motorsports Tune, and Solid mounts. Ain't 12 car yet but not bad for a stock head and bottom end
"A VR6 with boost is like anal sex, you love it but your girlfriend hates it"
"Why does it always sound like a Wookie is following me"
If I don't have something together by then, I'm firing myself.
Made a little improvement at WCF. I was the #1 qualifier but redlit round 2. All in all it was a fun weekend.
firstname.lastname@example.org / 1.661 / 94 Golf / 2.0 20v All-Motor /ITB's / E85 / 2110# / MH 22x9x13 / lugtronic / Ben Zarpentine (bonesaw)
Hey guys. I went to a 1/4 mile track today to try again. (2.1 20v pickup) I switched to a full radiator and alternator setup, and with my fatass the truck is probably around 1825 lbs now. I also switched to a 23 inch slick over the 22 to try and keep it off the limiter. I made 1 pass and ended up with a 12.31@110mph. Previous was 12.45@98mph. Distance was about right shifting at 8k and finishing about 8k in fourth. Seat time might chop that et down, I hope. We have video, but the board wasn't working. Here is the time slip, 1016 left lane.
Cecil 4/13/2013 13.16@106 new personal best
1st run up against a turbo dakota r/t, he got me by .6 twice on saturday
2nd run, not a clean pass, wasnt quite ready
3rd pass, cleanest run i have ever had. Need more seat time to cut down that 60'.
** unofficial weight with driver 2470#
2240 chassis estimated after removal of outside mirror assemblies, front wiper, and security horn assemblies.. after a 2260 on a feed mill scale.. i have a note on my phone of the weight of things i have taken off the car. nothing cut up except front crash rebar.
97 jazz de gti, 2.8 12v, 22x8x15 m/t et drag at 12psi
-velocity stack by treadstone performance, straight through 12" of silicone to maf with piece of screen over maf "grille" for that added protection, to 45 bend, 6" straight plastic, 90 bend at throttle body
-aptuning stage 3 upper and lower intake manifolds
-evolution phenolonic intake spacer
-Brett Miller's handy work on my stock valve head, competition valve job w/ mild port & polish, autotech hd springs and titanium retainers, oem mk4 lifters, schrick 268s
-stock 120k mk4 block
-UR crank & alt pulley
-s2 metalwerks custom header
-test pipe by 42dd 2.5" straight through, butt connected to 2.5" tt with borla no resonators
-autotech 10# flywheel
-competition clutch st 3
-flipside customs reinforced clutch fork
-agc passat 16v 3.94 r&p w/ tall 5th gear, ccm stock 1st-4th refreshed with synchros
-vf mounts x3 with corrado o2a brace
-aptuning mystery chip
-raceland coilovers turned up to factory ride height
-poly everywhere, control arm bushings, front subframe bushings, manual steering rack bushings
-still with factory 288 de brakes
i pretty much snap a picture of everything that i change out or replace with upgrade so follow me on facebook
hunting for 12s this year. we shall see. i think some of you guys who still have your all motor 12v's should crash the party at JUNE BUG CLASSIC, Maple Grove Raceway, Mohnton, PA. i will be there looking for better luck with lower pressure in my 22's.
Last edited by veersixxx; 04-16-2013 at 01:15 PM.
Matt wanted me to post in here so here goes.
Only got 6 passes in but ran a personal best of email@example.com 1.954 60ft Sunday at Show-n-go, had a few 13.7X@100 runs, slowly chipping away at my et and getting closer to my goal. Took all last season to get the car into the 13s after running 14.00 for what seems like forever. Ended 2012 with a firstname.lastname@example.org, over the winer I changed up my exhaust, lighter wheel and slick combo and shed a little weight. Car weighted 2400 with me in it at show-n-go this past weekend, that was with almost a 1/2 tank of gas, last fall weight with driver was a hair under 2500. I can easily get the car down to 2350 with me in it with a set of skinnies, less gas in the tank and pulling the rear bumper rebar.
I need more seat time and with island dragway shut down, it looks like all us north jersey folks have left is englishtown test and tune nights, which is a pain to get to during the week. Atco and maple grove are both 2 hours away from me. Ultimate goal is to get the et down to 12.99 or better to get myself on the top 50 list. It be nice to try and compete in a 12.50 index class too. It's obtainable, but I need more seat time.
Current setup is
100% stock internals 135K+ mile 12v block and head
OBD1 Distributor w/ TT cam chip
one step colder plugs (chip runs rich, seemed to foul the ngk 5's alot)
homemade 2.9 clone upper manifold
2.9 throttle body
turn2 clone intake
atp catch can
obx crank pulley
a/c and p/s deleted
home ported exhaust manifolds and downpipe
3" custom v-band exhaust with magnaflow muffler
bfi mounts all around
12lb autotech flywheel w/ stock sachs clutch
quaife diff, 3.9 r&p, stock vr6 1st-4th gear, .715 5th gear
02J shifter setup, 42DD metal cable end inserts
Metal shift bracket bushings and audi TT short shifter
corrado trans brace
raceland coilovers raised up almost to the top with fresh bushings through out the car
15lb deka battery
street wheels are Drag dr-23s which weigh 14lbs a piece, I run them on the rear at the track
22x9x13 MH slicks on lenso's
Last edited by typeSLone; 12-09-2013 at 09:29 AM.
Congrats to both of you on new bests. Looking forward to seeing some new cars on the list this year. Veersixx you have the mph to run 12's just need to work on that launch as you know. One tip - make sure you are using a decent low pressure tire gauge when checking the pressure in your slicks. Even a good quality full range gauge will tend to read off at the pressures you need to run the slicks at. You don't need the most expensive gauge just make sure its quality and the range matches what you are using it for. The 22x8x15's are such small volume that it doesn't take much air to change the pressure a decent amount. Cecco you already know what you need to do
11.82@113 First and only All Motor 12v Street Car in the 11' s
With the 22x8x15 I needed to watch the burnout length too, too long/big brings the pressure up further then you'd think.
Maybe I'll kick the cobwebs off this year.
I also wanna say my setup still nets me 27-28mpg with mixed driving. Better gas mileage and more fun that my daily driver '06 Audi A4
i love racing at Maple Grove Raceway for events only.
test & tunes and grudge nights are over crowded so i usually make the trip to Cecil Coutny Dragway.
Maple Grove, Mohnton (Reading), PA is 45 minutes, 30 miles East of me.
Cecil, Rising Sun, MD is 1.5-2 hrs, 65 miles South of me.
Englishtown, Old Bridge, NJ is 2-2.5 hrs, 135 miles East of me.
so regardless, my best bet is trailering around. which i do not own a truck or trailer. so as long as i can recruit the buddies to participate then i might be down.