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Old 09/18/2011, 02:31 AM   #1
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Default mods for a 2000 audi a4?

anyone kno of a few mods to pull a little more power out of a audi a4 quattro 1.8t. no mods as of now jus bought it n wantn to see what it can do.

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Old 09/18/2011, 02:43 PM   #2
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anyone kno of a few mods to pull a little more power out of a audi a4 quattro 1.8t. no mods as of now jus bought it n wantn to see what it can do.
chip i would go with apr but be care full the stock turbo ko3 is a weak turbo and your seals will go bad its not an if this the will lol but other than that I would go with a ko4 turbo new fuel system and an intercooler and you can make some good power but the chip will get you your best bang for buck


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Old 09/18/2011, 07:11 PM   #3
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where is a good place to buy new turbos ,chips,fmic kits etc

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Old 09/18/2011, 07:28 PM   #4
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Default Re: mods for a 2000 audi a4?

here is a link to APR's website. they have some very nice parts.

http://www.goapr.com/products/?vehicle=A4_B5


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Old 10/21/2011, 12:29 AM   #5
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Default Re: mods for a 2000 audi a4?

lots of gains can be seen with bolt ons.

http://jettajunkie.com/vw-jetta/show...cations-Thread

A tune is def your best bang for your buck.. apr is nice. Also check out unitronics or gonzo. With a new tune you'll also need a better diverter valve.

check out mjmautoaus for lots of parts priced decently.




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chip i would go with apr but be care full the stock turbo ko3 is a weak turbo and your seals will go bad its not an if this the will lol but other than that I would go with a ko4 turbo new fuel system and an intercooler and you can make some good power but the chip will get you your best bang for buck

The ko3/ ko3s is a small turbo yes, but not weak. It can handle a pretty agressive tune pushing about 20psi for a long time. Also you can't just swap out for any ko4, if you choose to do this, specifically you will need a ko4-001. Unless going from a ko3-k04 it's not worth it... unless 6-800$ for 15whp gain makes sense. For that kinda money you should just do a bigger setup.. a gt3076r is reasonably priced, much bigger and retains quick spool time which is lovely about the ko/3/3s/4

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Old 12/08/2011, 10:22 PM   #6
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leave it... get a different car to mod... No offense but Audi's are not beginner cars

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