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    What do you guys think?

    I was wondering what you guys thought my numbers would be on the 1/8 or 1/4 with my goat. I have an 04 a4 with k&n cold air, thermostat, ported throttle body, ported maf air ends, stainless works long tube headers with high flow cats. The car has been dyno tuned once the headers were put into place? Just curious? My numbers on the dyno were around 311 rear horses and 325 foot pounds of torque? Thanks for the input.

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    Stock converter I assume...no weight loss program......again an assumption.....And figure 15%-20% driver....I would say you should run high 12's......change out the converter and get mid 12's all day long.....

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    i love these threads!..lol......i say 13.2

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    What converter would you recommend Sarge?

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    Hi with our mods or lack of mods im calling 13.7-14. in 1/4 also depends on your track experience,let us know what you do if you go to track,i have a new 3000 stall for sale .pm me if interested that will take 1/2 second off your time in 1/4 you will need at least drag radials to get some decient times with the car.

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    How much for the stall? I am interested....

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    Who tuned the car?...your numbers seem very low.

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    Yeah so many variables....stall is the top modification for an A4. Tune the shift points/firmness and haul ass. I also assume this was a Mustang Dyno is the reason for the numbers which would be right spot on.....

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    just for comparison, mine went 13.6@102 bone stock with tq management removed on factory tires. I'd say with your mods you'd be looking at low 13's probably. 13.2 that someone guessed is probably pretty close but I'll go 13.4@104. Get tires and a stall and that number drops into the 12's.

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