Congratulations to cpop98ws6 for winning the February COTM spot! First I want to thank everyone for all the votes! The ...
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  • *** February COTM winner ... cpop98ws6 ***

    Congratulations to cpop98ws6 for winning the February COTM spot!


    First I want to thank everyone for all the votes!
    The car is a 1998 WS6 Convertible A4, I bought this car in January of 2006 off a dealer lot in Allentown Pa. The car was bone stock with 52,000 miles on it. I am the second owner and I couldn't be happier with this car. Within a month of having the car I put a Magnaflow catback on and a SLP air lid, I wasn't planning on doing anything major to the car until I spun a main bearing in the summer of 09 (68,000 Miles). Since then I have been slowly upgrading every inch of this car. The car now has 72,300 miles on it and it see the drag strip about once a month, I put about 2,000 miles on it over the summer months. The car has went 11.51 @118 with a 1.57 60 ft and has 430 RWHP and 426 RWTQ.

    Performance mod's
    -Callies Compstar 383ci bottom end
    -Wiseco flat top pistons (fly cut)
    -Ported 806 heads (98' ls1)
    -TSP V.2 cam 112 LSA
    -Cloyes double roller timing chain
    -LS6 ported oil pump
    -ASP underdrive pully
    -Meziere electric water pump
    -Ported and painted FAST 92mm intake
    -Ported stock throttle body
    -PTM 92mm throttle body
    -RPM Speed Billet Aluminum PCV Catch Can
    -Tuned by Rapid Motorsports

    Fuel
    -42lb Bosh injectors
    - Speed Inc. fuel rails with FAST fuel pressure gauge

    Exhaust
    -Pacesetter longtube headers
    -Pacesetter 3 inch y pipe
    -Doug's Headers 3 inch electric cutout
    -3 inch magnaflow cat-back with 3.5 single chrome tips

    Suspension & drive-train
    - Built 4L60E
    - Yank SS 3600 torque converter
    - Strange S60 w/ 4.10 gears and a Detroit Truetrac 35 spline axles
    - UMI adjustable rear lower control arms
    - UMI adjustable tunnel mounted torque arm
    - UMI adjustable panhard bar
    - UMI drag bar
    - UMI subframe conectors
    - UMI shock tower brace
    - Removed front sway bar
    - Strange Coilovers up front
    - KYB AGX w/ stock WS6 spring in the rear

    Interior & Exterior
    - Small Auto meter Trans temp gauge
    - Stock WS6 Wheels (street) Nitto NTO5/NTO5R
    - Weld Prostars 15x4.5 front and 15x10 rear (track) 275/50/15 Mickey Thompson ET Street







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    Comments 6 Comments
    1. Strykerg8GT's Avatar
      Strykerg8GT -
      Beautiful car. Congrats on the win, definitely well deserved.
    1. cpop98ws6's Avatar
      cpop98ws6 -
      Thanks!
    1. wileyCoyote's Avatar
      wileyCoyote -
      i've got the same magnaflow exhaust on mine! nice car, congrats!
    1. 35th-ANV-SS's Avatar
      35th-ANV-SS -
      Well deserved indeed. Congrats, Chris.
    1. cpop98ws6's Avatar
      cpop98ws6 -
      Thanks guys!
    1. JayL's Avatar
      JayL -
      Very cool stuff man!!! Nice
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