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    USP Motorsports built 1.8T MKIV Jetta GLI runs a 10.6@139 mph 1/4 mile - Quickest and fastest MKIV Jetta

    Congratulations to USP Motorsports on yet another record. These guys are raising the bar all over the place in the Volkswagen and Audi high performance scene. This MKIV Jetta GLI previously ran a 10.89 in the 1/4 mile and on its latest trip to the strip managed to improve this elapsed time to 10.63@139 miles per hour. Very impressive for a 1.8 liter turbocharged four cylinder engine and making this the quickest and fastest MKIV Jetta.

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    Modifications include a Precision 6057 billet turbocharger and a built motor. The car previously dyno'd 533 wheel horsepower with a smaller turbo so it is anyone's guess what it is putting out now. Likely over 600 wheel horsepower but the dyno figures were not stated. Regardless, no denying this is one incredibly impressive Jetta and 1.8T.


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    1.8t ftw

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    it's at 650whp with 33-34 psi..

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by pattrick02 Click here to enlarge
    it's at 650whp with 33-34 psi..
    Thank you. Figured it had to be somewhere around there.

    Does anyone have a graph?

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    That's a $#@! load of power for a 1.8liter 4 cylinder car. It's amazing what can be done when you have knowledge and money.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Thank you. Figured it had to be somewhere around there.

    Does anyone have a graph?
    no problem. they never posted an actual graph anywhere online. the only reason i know is because i was there friday night before fixxfest when they were on the dyno tweaking some small things.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by pattrick02 Click here to enlarge
    no problem. they never posted an actual graph anywhere online. the only reason i know is because i was there friday night before fixxfest when they were on the dyno tweaking some small things.
    Inside info... thanks!

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    I could not imagine my wife's car with this power output. Quattro and all. Very impressive.

    1.8T FTW

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    I wish I was putting a 1.8t in my Jetta. They are much easier to get to rev. Swap the valve springs and your are good for 9k. Some people even doing it with a stock valve train. The lugtronics Mkiii is running 9.2@153 with there 1.8t. Bad ass little motors that are always underestimated.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BoostAddict Click here to enlarge
    The lugtronics Mkiii is running 9.2@153 with there 1.8t.
    WTF? 9.2@153? What's done to it?

    What motor are you doing again?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    WTF? 9.2@153? What's done to it?

    What motor are you doing again?
    My mistake, it ran 9.143@163 with the 1.8t. With the 16v Aba (The motor I'm building) it went 9.73@155.

    The 1.8t setup makes 716whp@30psi
    Mod List:

    • AEB 1.8t
    • 9-1 JE Pistons
    • Pauter connecting rods
    • Stock port AEB 1.8 head
    • Ferrea Valves and Springs
    • CAT Hydraulic Camshafts
    • Clutchmasters FX700 Twin Disc Clutch
    • SQS 4 Speed Dog Engagement Gearset
    • DSS Stage 5 Axles
    • MT 24.5" Tires on Spinwerks 13" Wheels
    • ForceFed Engineering Intake and Exhaust Manifolds
    • Precision Billet 67/68 T4 .96AR Turbo
    • 2x Bosch 044 Fuel Pumps
    • Injector Dynamics ID2000cc Fuel Injectors
    • "NJ Race Gas" Pump E85 Fuel
    • End of 2012 update: ran a 9.14@163mph with a Precision PT71GTS turbo, and 8 fuel injectors controlled via staged injection from the ECU.


    The 16v ABA makes 700whp With 28psi ramping up to 38psi

    Mod list:

    ABA / 16v
    10:1+ compression Wiseco pistons
    Crower connecting rods
    Stock 1.8 head w/ valve springs
    Shrick Camshafts
    Clutchmasters FX700 Twin Disc Clutch
    AP Tuning 4 Speed Gearset
    DSS Stage 5 Axles
    MT 24.5" Tires on Spinwerks 13" Wheels
    Racecraft Intake and Exhaust Manifolds
    Precision Billet 6265 T3 .82AR Turbo
    2x Bosch 044 Fuel Pumps
    Bosch 1680cc Fuel Injectors
    "NJ Race Gas" Pump E85 Fuel


    There is also an 8 second 934whp Corrado they built.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BoostAddict Click here to enlarge
    My mistake, it ran 9.143@163 with the 1.8t. With the 16v Aba (The motor I'm building) it went 9.73@155.

    The 1.8t setup makes 716whp@30psi
    Mod List:

    • AEB 1.8t
    • 9-1 JE Pistons
    • Pauter connecting rods
    • Stock port AEB 1.8 head
    • Ferrea Valves and Springs
    • CAT Hydraulic Camshafts
    • Clutchmasters FX700 Twin Disc Clutch
    • SQS 4 Speed Dog Engagement Gearset
    • DSS Stage 5 Axles
    • MT 24.5" Tires on Spinwerks 13" Wheels
    • ForceFed Engineering Intake and Exhaust Manifolds
    • Precision Billet 67/68 T4 .96AR Turbo
    • 2x Bosch 044 Fuel Pumps
    • Injector Dynamics ID2000cc Fuel Injectors
    • "NJ Race Gas" Pump E85 Fuel
    • End of 2012 update: ran a 9.14@163mph with a Precision PT71GTS turbo, and 8 fuel injectors controlled via staged injection from the ECU.


    The 16v ABA makes 700whp With 28psi ramping up to 38psi

    Mod list:

    ABA / 16v
    10:1+ compression Wiseco pistons
    Crower connecting rods
    Stock 1.8 head w/ valve springs
    Shrick Camshafts
    Clutchmasters FX700 Twin Disc Clutch
    AP Tuning 4 Speed Gearset
    DSS Stage 5 Axles
    MT 24.5" Tires on Spinwerks 13" Wheels
    Racecraft Intake and Exhaust Manifolds
    Precision Billet 6265 T3 .82AR Turbo
    2x Bosch 044 Fuel Pumps
    Bosch 1680cc Fuel Injectors
    "NJ Race Gas" Pump E85 Fuel


    There is also an 8 second 934whp Corrado they built.
    I don't even know what to say.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I don't even know what to say.
    Shoulda got a Dub brah.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BoostAddict Click here to enlarge
    Shoulda got a Dub brah.
    Definitely was not going to say that Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BoostAddict Click here to enlarge
    I wish I was putting a 1.8t in my Jetta. They are much easier to get to rev. Swap the valve springs and your are good for 9k. Some people even doing it with a stock valve train. The lugtronics Mkiii is running 9.2@153 with there 1.8t. Bad ass little motors that are always underestimated.
    The 1.8t is an awesome motor. Definitely one of the best VW has come out with. The USP one revs all the way out to 9k, and sounds like a jet plane!

    Lugtronics is on a whole other level! Crazy power and speed!

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BoostAddict Click here to enlarge
    Shoulda got a Dub brah.
    lol, i agree.

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