I just need to find the time to get them installed.
Right now my business partner suffers from some pretty debilitating neurological problems (cervical spinal stenosis--vertebrae pinching and closing in on the spinal cord). Thus, I'm working long hours each day to make up for the loss. I should be working on a client's deadline due tomorrow right now. Regardless, I will do some form of testing (0-60) before and after.
04-23-2003, 07:41 AM
The one thing I seriously regret not having done is the before and after dyno tests. Even if it means delaying the installation of the parts, you should try to get it done. If not, maybe you could borrow a G-Tech from someone or do some fairly significant VAG-COM logging to see what types of changes occur.
I'm sure someone on this list could identify which VAG counters would be most appropriate to log.
04-23-2003, 08:55 AM
It may not be the most accurate, but I bet it would show the gains, assuming both runs were made in the same conditions (temp, weather, stretch of road, etc)<ul><li><a href="http://forums.audiworld.com/vag/msgs/457.phtml">http://forums.audiworld.com/vag/msgs/457.phtml</a></li></ul>