vf39 WRX vs Chipped S4
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This is a discussion on vf39 WRX vs Chipped S4 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; 2000 S4, GIAC chip and Tiptronic chip VS WRX mods in my sig. (untuned with txs OTS map) Ok well ...

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    Registered User WRX-ERROR's Avatar
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    vf39 WRX vs Chipped S4

    2000 S4, GIAC chip and Tiptronic chip
    WRX mods in my sig. (untuned with txs OTS map)

    Ok well I finally got to run my friends chipped S4 since my turbo upgrade.
    The last time we ran I was stg2 and at the top of 3rd he was sitting at my door and holding steady.

    We went from a 20mph roll since he doesn't want to launch his car. He got a quick jump on me and by the end of 2nd he was about a 1/2 car ahead which shocked me but chauk it up to gearing. When I shifted into 3rd I went by him like he was standing still.

    We were shocked just how fast I pulled by him. I could tell 3rd gear made the car feel like a new car but WOW this race showed it.

    I'm looking forward to a tune but waiting till I get the WI installed. The OTS map is fine till then. I'd rather not pay for a tune twice.
    2002 PSM utec Stage 4

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    Yup... 3rd is the power gear!
    Last edited by Me&05WRX; 07-04-2006 at 05:47 PM.
    I might be back in the market for the new STI sedan!

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    tight story

    nothing like whoopin a euro :P

    i smahed on this 02 s4 with exhaust , intake, a chip, and rims

    they sound beautiful though
    02 WRX Stage III-IV
    Perrin GT30R coming soon
    my suby and old stang

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    don't S4s make over 300whp with just a chip and exhaust ( i know they weight a TON )

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