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    Thread: OFFICIAL MK6 Jetta/GLI 1/4 Mile Thread!

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      10-06-2012 11:00 AM #1
      Props to Arin for the idea, as I know he's done it in a few other sub-forums. Since no one has made an official 1/4 mile times thread here yet, I am starting one. I will be updating frequently with as much information as possible. I found a few confirmed times from some users already (feel free to let me know of any missing/incorrect info). Please feel free to post your 1/4 mile times, videos, slips, and all the information needed about your car (mods, tune, fuel, turbo, transmission, tires, etc.. so I can post accordingly!

      This thread will also be great for discussing anything drag strip, 1/4 mile, track related, as far as preparation, driving, techniques, tips, or anything else!

      Updated 2/1/13 11:12 AM EST:

      MKVI Jetta Quarter Mile Times by

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      10-06-2012 11:03 AM #2
      i'll post mine first..



      Best run of the night..done on Hoosier drag radials, APR 100 tune, Sunoco GT260 fuel, gt3071 turbo, 6MT...

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      No tune, Neuspeed intake only. Left lane. DSG


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      10-06-2012 12:47 PM #4
      ^^^ sweeeet! 93 octane?

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      10-06-2012 06:11 PM #5
      what about being more adding which tune, for example stage 1 or 2? Or add another row for parts
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      10-06-2012 09:03 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by pattrick02 View Post
      ^^^ sweeeet! 93 octane?
      Right around there, i fill up at two gas stations one has 92, the other has 93.
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      10-06-2012 09:08 PM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by pbassist12 View Post
      what about being more adding which tune, for example stage 1 or 2? Or add another row for parts
      good idea! I'm going to add in next to tune a spot for stage 1,2,3 etc..and then at the bottom of the graph i will list the user's names with their mods. Unfortunately I saved the graph at work, so I'll have to do it Monday when I get back!!!

      Quote Originally Posted by mattng06 View Post
      Right around there, i fill up at two gas stations one has 92, the other has 93.
      okay, cool! i will add it to the graph! where do you live that they have 92? never seen it around here..

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      10-06-2012 09:18 PM #8
      okay, cool! i will add it to the graph! where do you live that they have 92? never seen it around here..[/QUOTE]

      I go to a Philips gas station in Wentzville mo, as far as i know it the only one around that has 92. Ever other Philips where i live either has 91 or 93. I would say that 80% of the gas stations in my area have 93. Personally between 92 and 93 octane its going to make a big difference on a stock tune.
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      10-06-2012 10:43 PM #9
      Nice!! Ill have to get donw one fri night and run mine. We only have 1/8 mile tracks around here tho

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      10-07-2012 08:07 PM #10
      These are the kind of post I like to see!

      Tired of seeing post about plastic dip and led/hids!!

      Pattrick, any chance we could get a dyno thread also.. We can get all the dynos and list of mods together to compare?


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      10-08-2012 09:13 AM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by mattng06 View Post
      okay, cool! i will add it to the graph! where do you live that they have 92? never seen it around here..
      I go to a Philips gas station in Wentzville mo, as far as i know it the only one around that has 92. Ever other Philips where i live either has 91 or 93. I would say that 80% of the gas stations in my area have 93. Personally between 92 and 93 octane its going to make a big difference on a stock tune.[/QUOTE]

      yeah, 92 and 93 isn't going to make a difference at all really..

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      Nice!! Ill have to get donw one fri night and run mine. We only have 1/8 mile tracks around here tho

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      do it!!!!

      Quote Originally Posted by FLtrooper View Post
      These are the kind of post I like to see!

      Tired of seeing post about plastic dip and led/hids!!

      Pattrick, any chance we could get a dyno thread also.. We can get all the dynos and list of mods together to compare?

      That's an excellend idea!!!! I'm going to work on one today and make a thread about it! great idea!

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      10-08-2012 10:39 AM #12
      I'd like to see people try to take into account the local weather and do some DA corrections.

      A calculator that can be used to estimate the corrections can be found at: http://www.dragtimes.com/da-density-...calculator.php. This one keeps track of the weather for that location if your strip is in the database and offers the data for your calculations.

      The times can change drastically due to atmospheric conditions. Some people run in perfect weather, and get really good times. Others in different climates will run differently. Running the calculations may offer some insight into how you actually ran compared to others on this board. Of course, for something better than estimates, you can get a portable DA meter and get your exact numbers.

      An example, using the calculations, mattng06, if he ran at Benton, ran as close to ideal as one can get. However, others may run in 92°F temps and get much worse times. It makes no sense to beat yourself up over times if you're disadvantaged based on your geographic location.

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      10-08-2012 02:10 PM #13
      Thanks for adding me to your chart above!

      My slip:


      Bone stock. 700 miles. 6spd manual. 93 Octane. If I remember DA was around 1700.

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      Quote Originally Posted by PrivateTucker View Post
      I'd like to see people try to take into account the local weather and do some DA corrections.

      A calculator that can be used to estimate the corrections can be found at: http://www.dragtimes.com/da-density-...calculator.php. This one keeps track of the weather for that location if your strip is in the database and offers the data for your calculations.

      The times can change drastically due to atmospheric conditions. Some people run in perfect weather, and get really good times. Others in different climates will run differently. Running the calculations may offer some insight into how you actually ran compared to others on this board. Of course, for something better than estimates, you can get a portable DA meter and get your exact numbers.

      An example, using the calculations, mattng06, if he ran at Benton, ran as close to ideal as one can get. However, others may run in 92°F temps and get much worse times. It makes no sense to beat yourself up over times if you're disadvantaged based on your geographic location.

      Thoughts?
      Excellent idea!!! I like that. That can give us more to compare to. Times can vary a good bit depending on track condition, weather, humidity, elevation, etc..thanks for the link. I have added a secontion to the graph above for track and weather information. Check it out and let me know what you think. cheers!

      Quote Originally Posted by rwp View Post
      Thanks for adding me to your chart above!

      My slip:


      Bone stock. 700 miles. 6spd manual. 93 Octane. If I remember DA was around 1700.
      You're welcome, and thank you!! Let me know if you have the rest of the info and I will calculate it for you.

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      10-08-2012 05:04 PM #15
      Location: Mountain Park Dragway Clay City, KY 09/21/12
      Elevation: 662FT
      Air Temp: 68F
      Barometric: 29.86in HG
      Relative Humidity: 65%
      Density Altitude: 1668

      The corrected time says Extensively modified FI vehicles... but my corrected time is:
      14.75 @ 96.2

      good sir!
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      Quote Originally Posted by rwp View Post
      Location: Mountain Park Dragway Clay City, KY 09/21/12
      Elevation: 662FT
      Air Temp: 68F
      Barometric: 29.86in HG
      Relative Humidity: 65%
      Density Altitude: 1668

      The corrected time says Extensively modified FI vehicles... but my corrected time is:
      14.75 @ 96.2

      good sir!
      good stuff!!! thanks buddy!!

      what track was this at?



      Ohh, and I just made this awesome tutorial on how to properly break an axle during launch.

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      10-09-2012 03:19 AM #17
      i know you displayed some initial frustration with your car, and fwd and all that after your first little trek to the strip.

      anyways, getting a 25 mph trap increase over stock is ****ing phenomenal man. i hope you're happy with the car.
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      Quote Originally Posted by KC Jazz View Post
      i know you displayed some initial frustration with your car, and fwd and all that after your first little trek to the strip.

      anyways, getting a 25 mph trap increase over stock is ****ing phenomenal man. i hope you're happy with the car.
      I was kind of frustrated, but thena gain, FWD. It's all a learning curve and new experience, so it's all fun and games for me. Thanks buddy. I'm definitely very happy with the car. I can't wait to get everything back together and take it back to the track!

      By the way you guys, I will UPDATE all the info you guys have given me as soon as I get into work later today in the PM. Thanks!! Let's keep this thread going! It's great to see other owners going out to the track and having fun!

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      I am on the right ..First time to the track don't hate lol.. Best run out of four.. 6spd MT APR down pipe stage 2 93 tune. APR CAI and shortsihfter.. Will run another one when I get the traction control switch installed
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      Quote Originally Posted by buddykern View Post
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      I am on the right ..First time to the track don't hate lol.. Best run out of four.. 6spd MT APR down pipe stage 2 93 tune. APR CAI and shortsihfter.. Will run another one when I get the traction control switch installed
      My esp switch is going to be in this week! That traction control really kills your time, my stock GLI beats you to the 1/8 mile. Im sure if you can hook up you'll be in the high 13's.
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      10-11-2012 04:02 PM #21
      Quote Originally Posted by mattng06 View Post
      My esp switch is going to be in this week! That traction control really kills your time, my stock GLI beats you to the 1/8 mile. Im sure if you can hook up you'll be in the high 13's.
      Envious. I need to order one so I can go one more time this year on a good cool night to see the difference it makes.

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      10-11-2012 04:12 PM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by rwp View Post
      Envious. I need to order one so I can go one more time this year on a good cool night to see the difference it makes.
      Yea i hope i get it by tomorrow. If i do, im going to try and make it back to the track on wednesday.
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      Graph is updated.

      Quote Originally Posted by buddykern View Post
      I am on the right ..First time to the track don't hate lol.. Best run out of four.. 6spd MT APR down pipe stage 2 93 tune. APR CAI and shortsihfter.. Will run another one when I get the traction control switch installed
      Good work for the first time at the track, and 6mt! well done man. Your times will only go down from here. Get that traction control disabled and it will certainly help a bit too!

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      Yea i hope i get it by tomorrow. If i do, im going to try and make it back to the track on wednesday.

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      10-16-2012 03:59 PM #24
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      Installed and having fun with it!

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      10-17-2012 02:44 PM #25
      Quote Originally Posted by mattng06 View Post
      Installed and having fun with it!
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      that's what's up! get out to that track and test it out now!!! keep us updated.


      I went out to the track Sunday...I was ready to run, and then they cancelled the event due to rain...fml.

      She was sure looking pretty tough.









      it gets kind of annoying not having a 93 tune, specially for daily driving..having to fill up with 109 all the time..ugh..i wish every gas station sold race fuel, that would be amazing.


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      10-17-2012 03:09 PM #26
      Looks Great Pat!

      Loving the sleeper style!


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      Quote Originally Posted by FLtrooper View Post
      Looks Great Pat!

      Loving the sleeper style!

      Thanks buddy! Super sleeper status right now..and super comfy ride on the stock 17's..i'm loving it.

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      10-19-2012 03:20 AM #28
      Quote Originally Posted by pattrick02 View Post

      it gets kind of annoying not having a 93 tune, specially for daily driving..having to fill up with 109 all the time..ugh..i wish every gas station sold race fuel, that would be amazing.

      Wouldn't a w/m injection help keep you from having to run 109 octane?? Just curious maybe you already have one....been trying to look into it myself.

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      10-19-2012 01:23 PM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by TnDubber View Post
      Wouldn't a w/m injection help keep you from having to run 109 octane?? Just curious maybe you already have one....been trying to look into it myself.

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      i could run w/m and more than likely get away with it, but this is just a safer and truer method..even though it's a hassle, w/m is even more of a hassle. if it's not dialed in perfectly, perfectly, it's not going to help at all, and can actually be a negative...i've seen a lot of guys running w/m that just plug everything in and think they're good to go, but have no idea exactly what it's doing..

      i thought about w/m, and might still do it in the future, but it's just too much of a headache for now..it has to be tuned different for 93 and race fuel, and you always have to be adjusting it, not too mention making sure you always have that w/m tank full. It's definitely a great mod and worth it, just not for me at the moment.

      I was thinking of maybe doing that when we can get a custom intake manifold made for our cars!! thennnnnnn yes!

    30. 10-26-2012 09:02 AM #30
      Here's my slip..... Mods are forge twintake and apr 91 octane tune on street tires I have the continentals. I'm right lane.

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      10-26-2012 09:16 AM #31
      Nice 60' Tousey... 6mt or DSG?

      On street tires in a FWD 2.2 60' is about the best you can get!


    32. 10-26-2012 10:14 AM #32
      6mt I think I can get to a 2.0 I have one 2.05 60ft before.

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      10-29-2012 05:10 PM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by Tousey View Post
      6mt I think I can get to a 2.0 I have one 2.05 60ft before.
      Awesome times! Keep up the great work and those numbers will only go down from there.

      Just updated the graph with your information!


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      10-29-2012 05:21 PM #34
      Getting the K04 on the 12th.. going to break it in then after that going go the track the next weekend
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    35. 10-29-2012 09:36 PM #35
      What do u guys think I'm planing on going ko4 should I just do 3inch turbo back or is awes 3inch downpipe and 2.5 cat back the best idea?

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