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    794 wheel horsepower 10 second VR6 turbo swapped B5 A4 avant/wagon on E85 is what AudiBoost is all about

    This is simply one badass turbo Audi wagon which represents the kind of car AudiBoost is all about. This is a 2000 Audi B5 A4 with an S4 drivetrain and body pieces. It features a turbocharged VR6 motor that at 32 psi on E85 ran an impressive 10.9@137 which is hauling for a 3700 pound wagon. The Precision billey 6766 turbo is good for 794 horsepower to all four wheels at only 32 psi and can be pushed into the low 40 psi range if necessary.

    Full specs including videos are below and this wagon is actually for sale. Would be had to part with.

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    AAA 12v VR6 Engine:
    Full Port and gasket matched Cylinder Head. Ports are very oversized the entire length of the port
    Ferrea 1mm Super Alloy Intake and Exhaust Valves w/opened up valve seats
    Schrick 268 Cams
    Dual HD Valve Springs
    Brand new lightweight lifter set
    Integrated Engineering Tuscan Rifle-drilled Rods w/ARP Rod Bolts
    JE 9:1 82mm Forged Pistons
    ARP Main Studs
    ARP Head Studs
    ACL Race Bearings
    All new Seals
    Billet Crack Pipe
    Custom Coolant lines
    Custom AC Lines (AC works)
    External Oil Cooler

    Turbo Setup:
    Precision Ball-Bearing Billet 6766 T4 turbo
    Kinetic Exhaust manifold
    Tial 44mm Wastegate
    3.5” 304 Stainless Tig Welded downpipe
    3” 304 Stainless Tig Welded Exhaust w/2 Magnaflow straight-through mufflers
    Treadstone TR-10 intercooler w/custom piping
    Tial Q Blow off Valve
    4” Intake w/Filter

    Drivetrain:
    S4 01E 6-speed transmission
    S4 rear differential, axles and driveshaft
    ClutchMasters FX850 Twin-disc clutch w/aluminum Flywheel
    USP Braided stainless clutch line with ClutchMasters FCV200 Flow Control Valve
    Stern Engine Mounts
    Stern Transmission Mounts
    AWE DTS Bar
    A8 Brake Upgrade w/ slotted rotors
    Koni Coilovers
    Brand new Front control arms
    034 Billet Rear Diff Carrier
    Rota Grid 18x9.5 ET 20 38
    Falken Azenis RT-615k 225x40x18 Tires

    Fuel:
    Dual Bosch 044 Fuel Pumps
    Injector Dynamics 1600cc Injectors
    034 VR6 billet fuel rail
    -8 Fuel Feed and -6 fuel return line
    Aeromotive Fuel Pressure Regulator

    Swap parts:
    Custom Intake manifold w/75mm Mustang 5.0 Throttle Body
    Custom Engine Mounting Brackets (Keeps AC and Power Steering)
    OEM Transmission Adapter Plate
    OEM Longitudinal Oil Pan
    034 Starter
    Ford Windstar OEM coilpack and Bosch 7-pin Ignition Module (Better Spark)

    Interior/Exterior:
    OEM RS4 Grill
    OEM RS4 Front Bumper w/Grills
    S4 Sideskirts
    RS4 interior door pulls
    MK5 GTI shift knob
    Dice iPod Converter

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    Idle and third gear highway pull videos:



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    Very impressive! Especially the AWD Mustang numbers!

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    This thing is just sick. I need to do a VR6 swap.

    A 3.6 liter with a huge turbo and 1000 whp is honestly realistic.

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    insane. What is needed to swap in a VR6?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    insane. What is needed to swap in a VR6?
    I really don't know. Create a thread on what is necessary/cost. We all want to know...

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    Do only thing I dislike is how far forward the motor sits in the engine bay.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    Do only thing I dislike is how far forward the motor sits in the engine bay.
    Audi's tend to be nose heavy. But look at how much room there is for a monster turbo...

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    Brian, nice job...

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    Wow just seeing this... Very impressive I love a fast Avant style Audi. You should sell this to me LOL
    We stay swingin...
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    i'm impressed by.. well... how unimpressive the engine bay is, besides the giant snail of course

    thats monstrous!

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    Saw this a few months ago, but failed to sign up at the time. Now that its re-bumped, I guess I'll join.

    Thanks for the write up. Got some new things coming up for this year. It won't be as low, and hopefully not as slow. The engine bay is unimpressive because... well.... I found that a simple cast exhaust manifold worked much better than the twin scroll I had before (as seen in the walkaround video). Everything else is simple. There's no real bells and whistles to my build. If it works, I'm all for it.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by haenszel Click here to enlarge
    Saw this a few months ago, but failed to sign up at the time. Now that its re-bumped, I guess I'll join.
    Welcome. Why didn't you sign up at that time?

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by haenszel Click here to enlarge
    Thanks for the write up. Got some new things coming up for this year. It won't be as low, and hopefully not as slow. The engine bay is unimpressive because... well.... I found that a simple cast exhaust manifold worked much better than the twin scroll I had before (as seen in the walkaround video). Everything else is simple. There's no real bells and whistles to my build. If it works, I'm all for it.
    No longer for sale?

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    Very sick car.
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    MOTIV750, MOTIV P-1000 PI, MOTIV/FUEL-IT! low pressure fuel system, AEM EMS/COBB AP, Aquamist HFS-3, ETS FMIC, SPEC stage 3+ clutch/SS flywheel, BC Racing coilovers and VMR wheels wrapped in Hankook RS3s.

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    I didn't sign up because it said something about needing to wait for 5 points and whatnot. I figured that meant 5 posts, and I wasn't going to go through all that just to post a reply. Now I realize that was not the case entirely.

    No, not for sale. I decided I wasn't ready to part with it. The idea was to sell it and pick up a nicer sporty car with "higher value" and work with that, but then I realized that nothing like that could ever keep up with this car and would cost double.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by haenszel Click here to enlarge
    Saw this a few months ago, but failed to sign up at the time. Now that its re-bumped, I guess I'll join.

    Thanks for the write up. Got some new things coming up for this year. It won't be as low, and hopefully not as slow. The engine bay is unimpressive because... well.... I found that a simple cast exhaust manifold worked much better than the twin scroll I had before (as seen in the walkaround video). Everything else is simple. There's no real bells and whistles to my build. If it works, I'm all for it.
    I like simple!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by haenszel Click here to enlarge
    I didn't sign up because it said something about needing to wait for 5 points and whatnot. I figured that meant 5 posts, and I wasn't going to go through all that just to post a reply. Now I realize that was not the case entirely.

    No, not for sale. I decided I wasn't ready to part with it. The idea was to sell it and pick up a nicer sporty car with "higher value" and work with that, but then I realized that nothing like that could ever keep up with this car and would cost double.
    You're right to keep it.

    Ya it's 5 points, not posts, to post links.

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