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3.3TT I’ve got the 0-60 down almost under 4 seconds

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, and Exhaust Discussion' started by Bear, May 24, 2018.

  1. Bear

    Bear United States Active Member

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    My previous 100% stock 0-60 and without launch control was 4.4s.

    After intake/cat-back and WITH launch control...I have it down to 4.08s.

    I believe I can do a bit better, considering I was driving an hour and 15 min in 95 degree heat before I was able to run with launch control.

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  2. jdouga

    jdouga United States Active Member

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    What were using to determine your time?
     
  3. Bear

    Bear United States Active Member

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    I use OBD Fusion. I keep with the same app to stay consistent.

    Post from me talking about features of the app: OBD Fusion & Bluetooth BLE OBD2 sensor
     
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  4. Kia Stinger

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    Very impressive! Almost four tenths of a second. Keep it up!
     
  5. Kamauxx

    Kamauxx United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    Ha, I got ya beat with 4.07 seconds.





    Did you warm up your tires before trying?
     
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  6. Bear

    Bear United States Active Member

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    I should probably also try doing a video to validate the app further. Good idea.
     
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  7. Kamauxx

    Kamauxx United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    Did you heat up the tires any? I think the main reason I couldn't get below 4 seconds is because the car's nannies wouldn't let me do a proper burnout. I was loosing traction well into 2nd gear.
     
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  8. Bear

    Bear United States Active Member

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    I’m AWD and have never broken a tire loose yet. I do want to attempt a 3k and 4K launch to see the results.
     
  9. Kamauxx

    Kamauxx United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    Ahhh traction monster.
     
  10. Ucinn

    Ucinn United States Active Member

    I have one of those OBD tools also and use torque pro..I don't trust them because they seem to be all over the place as far as readings for performance.
     
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  11. robz32

    robz32 United States Stinger Enthusiast Staff Member Moderator

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    agreed. The most accurate way to measure these kind of claims will be by using a vbox
     
  12. Sabz

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    I’ve got an awd gt and was wondering if you guys ever feel like the car is not always pulling hard like it should. Sometimes I feel rolling into the pedal feels much better than stomping to the floor. Wondering what’s going on. Some days I get pushed back in my seat and other times it pulls ok but don’t get that feeling
     
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  13. Ucinn

    Ucinn United States Active Member

    Yea, mine seems to have a nice hesitation before kicking in when you stomp it. It does seem to do better going half throttle and rolling into it from there. Even at half throttle it still scoots.. this is in comfort mode though. Maybe I should throw her in sport and try it. I'm running 93 octane..it did seem to be more responsive than the 87 octane the dealership had in it.
     
  14. Sabz

    Sabz United States Member

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    I had 93 and now back to 91 ... maybe that plays a roll but this is in sport mode too for me. Maybe I’m used to the power now and it doesn’t seem as fast ha
     
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  15. jdouga

    jdouga United States Active Member

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    How long where you driving for and weather wise, that heatsoak can really take a toll
     
  16. Bear

    Bear United States Active Member

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    This is exactly what I’ve felt and thought lately. Sometimes the car plants me in the seat and other times it’s a dog. I believe this has to do with what the computer wants to do.
     
  17. Andrew Simons

    Andrew Simons Newish Member

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    93 octane does make a difference. This car seems to tune on the fly based on what it can get out of the fuel before knock. I tried 87 just to see what it would do and it was much slower to take off. BTW 91 is the minimum recommended octane for this car. I'd imagine 93 with some octane booster and you'd break 4 seconds. I may have to test this out myself.
     
  18. Slickwhiskey

    Slickwhiskey United States Newish Member

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    Are you tuned as well Bear?
     
  19. Sabz

    Sabz United States Member

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    What are your mods? And you awd?
     
  20. Kamauxx

    Kamauxx United States 1000 Posts Club!

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    On that video my only mods were JB4 tune on map 2 and K&N drop-in filters.

    RWD.
     
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