stock wrx vs. chipped 02 gti
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This is a discussion on stock wrx vs. chipped 02 gti within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; so im along side an 02 gti that has intake, diverter valve, and a chip that spikes at 21psi (so ...

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    stock wrx vs. chipped 02 gti

    so im along side an 02 gti that has intake, diverter valve, and a chip that spikes at 21psi (so he told me). we decide to go from a 20mph roll. the third beep comes and we floor it. its dead even intill the middle of second. he then starts to pull. he got a car length before we shut down. nice kid, im just pissed i lost. next race i told him to go from a stop. i get a pretty good launch and he couldnt catch up, he was way far back, but he said something malfunctioned. does me losing on the roll make sense?? would a turbo back and intake allow me to keep up on the roll? thanks for reading

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    yes, but you would need to up the boost to pull away from him in a way you can say, "I killed a chipped GTI"

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