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    What a B8 S4 APR high boost pulley install looks like

    As you no doubt know (being an avid Audiboost reader, right?), APR released their pulley upgrade for the 3.0 TFSI supercharged V6's. These pictures show the process of installing the pulley on a B8 S4 which does not seem to be too difficult. So, go ahead and order up your pulley and do your own install. Pictures are courtesy of Elite Motorsports who did the install on this S4.

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    doesnt look too bad,but I would never try to do something like that myself.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    doesnt look too bad,but I would never try to do something like that myself.
    Why? That install actually doesn't look bad at all.

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    Idk, i got big hands so it would be hard to fit my hand in that little space lol. I would need assistance
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    i got big hands so it would be hard to fit my hand in that little space
    So many ways to go with this one but let's keep it work safe.

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    DIY pulley is cool. No doubt

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    If Audi would have put this powerplant and dual clutch in the S5 coupe I probably would have been driving one by now. I guarantee they lost a lot of sales.

    I don't understand them only putting it in the convertible, it is just odd.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by M3_WC Click here to enlarge
    If Audi would have put this powerplant and dual clutch in the S5 coupe I probably would have been driving one by now. I guarantee they lost a lot of sales.

    I don't understand them only putting it in the convertible, it is just odd.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by M3_WC Click here to enlarge
    If Audi would have put this powerplant and dual clutch in the S5 coupe I probably would have been driving one by now. I guarantee they lost a lot of sales.

    I don't understand them only putting it in the convertible, it is just odd.
    Do true. that v8 in the s5 is not doing well.
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    The supercharged V6 was in the S5 cabriolet and the sportback right? Was the sportback never released in the US? It looked pretty sweet!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Potential_535 Click here to enlarge
    The supercharged V6 was in the S5 cabriolet and the sportback right? Was the sportback never released in the US? It looked pretty sweet!
    Sportback was not release and likely is not coming from what I understand.

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    Man! That would have been the S I would have wanted! I thought it was a really cool looking car.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Potential_535 Click here to enlarge
    Man! That would have been the S I would have wanted! I thought it was a really cool looking car.
    I hear you, but if you are an Audi fan in the USA you are used to being hosed.

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