Trying to see if there's anybody out there pushing the limits of the R32 in drag racing. Curious to see how everything is holding up with drag radials and/or slicks. 700whp, 10 second passes, etc...
Any tranny issues, driveshaft, diff, etc...???
dude made high 650+ awhp. breaking trannies left and right. very fun car, solid motor.
I know they're all over seas but arne't those two MKII's, that Polo, and now this S3 all running low 9's or 8's on the Haldex setup. I understand they have modified gears in most cases but that's still nothing to laugh it. Of course not the fastest in the AWD world... but it's nice to see some crazy fast cars popping up with it.
02M is one of the strongest boxes that VW has made. USA got 02Ms with rubber/plastic on the side of the casing. Alot of issues there. European got alu casing all the way.
Need to get lsd diffrensials, Peloquin,Quaife or Wavetrack. Stock diffs are weak and not anyway near the grip you get with a LSD.
One of the weakest things in my opinion is that people buy way to weak clutches.
Twindisc is the way to go for reability. End off story. After 7 years Ive seen/read so much about people wasting money on singeldisc setups on Turbo R32s. And with that I dont mean pelople running 15 psi and low boost like that and are happy with their singeldisc setup. I mean 20+ psi and tracking the car alot. Alot E85 used here in Europe.
The VR6 S3 3.2 have stock 02M with forges 3th-4th gear. I asume diffs aswell. Clutchmasters twindisc if im not mistaken.
Axels are pretty good aswell. Always have the possibility to buy stronger ones.
Funny thing is that Audi have their 01E 6 speed boxes designed late 1990s and are holding big VRT power. Popular to put R32T engines in 01E Audis
Skoda Superb 2.0 TDI avant: Daily family car
Golf MK3 12V Turbo. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...er-VR6-T/page6
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