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    1.8T 20v stroker Coupe Quattro running 9.34 @ 153, 0-60 in 2.3 sec

    hello all, new here but not new to Audi, 1.8T, and drag racing...

    just a quick rundown i guess.

    1990 Audi Coupe Quattro
    20v Integrated Engineering 2.0L stroker, off the shelf parts nothing special.
    Borg Warner S400sx 67mm Billet FMW turbo, T-4 divided 1.25 A/R
    Autronic SM4.CDI500r tuned by Kevin Black of Lugtronic.
    hand ported AWP SMALL PORT CYLINDER HEAD
    full custom Par Engineering straight cut dog-engaged gearbox, custom gear ratios designed by Kevin Black.
    Wavetrac front diff, welded center Torsen diff, factory locked rear diff.
    full custom axles by A1CVTech
    Centerline Convo-Pro 7.5 x 15 front, 8.5 x 15 rear with M&H slicks 24.5-8.5/15
    twin Bosch 044 pumps in custom cell, Nubworks made with Integrated Engineering pump mount plates.
    SEM intake manifold, ID2000 injectors, IE fuel rail, E-98 fuel.
    tons of custom parts

    built this car in my garage by myself. have help with motor/trans work from Joey at Double j Motorwerks. machine work done by Brian @ M&B Cylinderheads in Portland. same guy who does all of the HPF motors. and a friend even painted it here at my home.

    some quick stats:

    best 1/4 mile was 9.34 @ 153.7, with 1.400 60'
    0-60 in 2.3 sec, Vbox verified
    60-130 in 4.9 sec, again Vbox verified
    at 38psi it made 759 AWHP/554 wtq, but we run more boost/timing on the track so it is well into 800's at 4 wheels.

    changes for the upcoming 2013 season are weight loss for the car (hopefully down 200+ pounds from a race weight of 2600+ no driver), a sequential shift setup for the dogbox, new motor with more power, bigger cams, etc. did some slight tube frame stuff to the front end, going to all polycarbonate, fiberglass doors, etc. also a new AWIC core from Bell, i have been running the Flea-bay stuff forever and while it does me good, something may do me better.

    couple pictures and dyno sheets, etc. and yes, when i say it does >400 in first gear alone,limited to 25-26 psi, it is because i know it does it Click here to enlarge

    this is what the changes are looking like so far for this winters downtime. that is a stock Audi B5 A4 1.8T turbo underneath mine, for reference.
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    Whoa.

    WHOA!!!!

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    more pix and a couple videos, and currently is the worlds quickest and fastest 4cyl Quattro drag car. also the quickest Quattro in N America, but second for trap speed behind the S4 of USP/Chris Green.

    look for 8.xxx second 1/4 mile passes this 2013 season!!!!

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    my last runs of the 2012 season. no excuses.... put the Ceramic Bronze discs in instead of the Sintered Iron discs, cost me the shorttrack hard. best 60' of 1.8x but still was trapping in the 151-153's. even tried to no-lift-shift once, and the discs really didnt appreciate it.

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    Omg...there needs to be a bowdown smiley. You did this...in your garage. With basically no help. And you ran those times with three pedals. You, good sir, are a $#@!ing legendary badass.

    And if you go sequential dogbox for next year...might as well go all out and do an airshifter setup. Now that would be beyond ridiculous, and would certainly help matters.
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    thanks Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge

    i ran this year with the dogbox and just a regular 20+ year old H-pattern shifter, from a 1992 UrS4 in fact.

    but 2013 i have the sequential shift ready to go, just need to dial in the engine cut times. gonna start around .100 sec, on/off/on throttle time for me manually has been .150 sec or so but not no-lift-shift to stay spooled...

    this is the new shift setup.


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    forgot to add some dyno video.... this was 38 psi? we run 1 degree more timing and couple psi more on the track in 3-4 gears from 7k-9500 or so?



    and this was just for fun, running thru 4 gears because i wanted to test the shifter before the track.


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by speeding-g60 Click here to enlarge
    more pix and a couple videos, and currently is the worlds quickest and fastest 4cyl Quattro drag car. also the quickest Quattro in N America, but second for trap speed behind the S4 of USP/Chris Green.

    look for 8.xxx second 1/4 mile passes this 2013 season!!!!

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...ssemble9-1.jpg

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    my best run....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8wfb7lYChg

    my last runs of the 2012 season. no excuses.... put the Ceramic Bronze discs in instead of the Sintered Iron discs, cost me the shorttrack hard. best 60' of 1.8x but still was trapping in the 151-153's. even tried to no-lift-shift once, and the discs really didnt appreciate it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMXIaNMSKRY
    Is more displacement not possible?

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    yes, actually the 1.8T can be stroked to 2.1 with a 95.5mm crank at the expense of revs. and also can be stroked to 2.2L with 100mm crank, but 034 tried that and went back down from there. my gearbox was designed to run the 1/4 mile thru 4th gear and turning ~8800-9k rpms when i cross the finish line. it is right there now, and i can turn up the boost in 4th gear if needed. another thing is i run the "small tire" of 24.5, and i can step up to a 26" tire next to see what that does.

    i am about the revs, my setup is built to run 10k rpm if i need to. i blew up a few motors pretty quickly chasing dyno numbers and 45 psi and stuff, so i backed way off and put the car into a "safer" tune range. and now that i finally got to give it some track time, slowly we will turn it up.

    also, i am really pushing the off-the-shelf stroker kit offered by Integrated Engineering. i run the basic standard H-beam rods and not the bad boy Tuscans. i run billet mains but no girdle. the kind of stuff that most people would want to see the data on and see how it fares for them. not everyone will spend the money for the higher dollar parts. i do run the stronger rod bolts (learned that lesson 3rd motor) but the rest is just optioned out webpage orderable stuff.

    this year look for >800 AWHP dynos and 8 second passes....

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    the full build thread, documenting every single step and every success and failure, is located here.

    http://www.motorgeek.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=24050

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    Sick man!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by speeding-g60 Click here to enlarge
    the full build thread, documenting every single step and every success and failure, is located here.

    http://www.motorgeek.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=24050
    115 pages... jesus.

    Anyway, I'm going to host your car on the front page we just need to figure out what to include.

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    +rep, wish I had more points to give ya. What an awesome build/car. I cannot wait to see more.
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    Go Aaron. See 8's next year. #internetfamous

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    holy $#@! that's insane. Awesome, Awesome work.

    it's amazing what these little VAG engines are capable of.

    Can't wait for the next 10 years as more and more gets done to their 3.0T, 4.0T and 4.2L engines.

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    I read this, this morning, but had to come back and rep you for it... Everyone should pay 'homage' to something like this... This is what everyone should aspire to do...
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    THIS IS IMPRESSIVE... Dude that rocks and great driving bro, way to row the gears for sure. I always wanted a 20V Quatrro coupe never got one.
    We stay swingin...
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    The world's quickest and fastest four cylinder quattro drag car - AudiBoost member speeding-g60's 1.8T 20V stroker Quattro coupe good for 9.3@153

    Much. Respect. This is the kind of thing AudiBoost is all about. The car here belongs to speeding-g60 and below you will find all that has gone into making one of the most ridiculously impressive 1.8T (the engine is stroked but started as a 1.8T) powered drag cars. Who says a small Audi four banger can't be fast? How about 9.34@153 in the 1/4 mile? Incredibly impressive and more than worthy of respect. The full build list with specifications, videos, dynos, and time slips is below.

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    Specs, slips, videos, graphs, and description in @speeding-g60 's own words:

    06A 20v 1.8T/2.0L Engine with small port head:
    Off the Shelf Integrated Engineering 20v 2008cc stroker motor.
    Supertech +1mm SS Nitrided intake valves and standard sized Inconel Exhaust Valves
    Hand ported AWP SMALL PORT head
    Integrated Engineering manual timing belt kit, SAI blockoff plate, pinned crank gear and hardware
    Custom underdrive billet alternator pulley by Issam/INA
    CATcams 1003756 Billet solid lifter cams
    Supertech HD Valve Springs, shimmed and blueprinted
    CAT solid lifters with Supertech over-valve tip lash caps
    Integrated Engineering standard 144mm H-beam Rifle-drilled Rods w/ARP 625 Rod Bolts
    JE 8.5:1 83mm Forged Pistons with tool steel pins
    92.8mm FSI crank with Integrated oil pump chain gearARP Main Studs
    ARP Head Bolts
    Fluidamper SFI rated balancer
    ACL Calico bearings
    All new Seals
    Motor assembly by myself and Joey at DJM
    Machining done by Brian @ M&B Cylinderhead (the very same guy who builds all of the HPF motors)

    Turbo Setup:
    Borg Warner S400sx FMW Billet 67mm T4 turbo, divided inlet 1.25 A/R hotside
    Horsepower Connection one-off custom twin scroll turbo manifold
    Dual Tial 38mm v-band Wastegate, dual 1.5" open dumps
    4” 304 Stainless fender exit exhaust pipe
    "1500 claimed hp" generic AWIC from Ebay
    Tial Q Blow off Valve
    Linder Power Systems 3" custom intercooler piping couplers, all custom Nubworks piping
    Rule 1100 AWIC pump, Nubworks custom ice-water reservoir
    Autronic controlled electronic boost control, gear-based and ramped.
    SEM longitudinal intake manifold, custom machined TB plate
    Summit Racing 75mm throttle body with Lokar throttle cable

    Engine Management:
    Autronic SM4 full standalone, provided and tuned by Kevin Black/Lugtronics
    Fulll custom harness for SM4 by Kevin Black/Lugtronics
    Autronic CDI500r ignition box, setup and provided by Kevin Black/Lugtronics
    Bosch Motorsports waste spark coil provided by Kevin Black/Lugtronics
    OEM 16v spark plug wires
    NGK R5671A-9 spark plugs, gapped @ .019 to .020
    All Stewart Warner gauges, harness by me
    NGK Powerdex wideband 02 setup
    All wiring in the car done by me

    Drivetrain:
    B5 S4 01E 6-speed transmission case/housing
    PAR Engineering/Advanced Automotion custom geared straight cut dog engagement 4 speed gearset, gearing by Kevin Black/Lugtronics.
    REM/Isotropic micropolishing done to entire gearbox rotating assembly
    Wavetrac front differential, from Javad / 034 Motorsports
    Stock B3/CQ locking rear differential and driveshaft, welded center Torsen diff and rear diff always locked.
    Fully custom A1CVTech custom axles
    ClutchMasters FX7250 Twin-disc clutch w/steel Flywheel and Sintered Iron discs
    My own custom 11-bolt flywheel/crank setup
    My own SS braided clutch line with Magnus Motorsports Launch valve setup (i dont use)
    CNC staging brake and all custom SS braided brake lines
    My own full-solid Engine Mounts
    My own full-solid Transmission Mounts
    My own front and rear upper strut tower bars
    Coupe Quattro stock Girling 60 brakes w/ slotted rotors and generic pads
    My own full custom Coilovers with Bilstein HD struts and Eibach/QA1 Racing coils
    Factory/OEM forged control arms, front and rear
    My own custom radius rod steering arms and rear tie rods
    ALL 034 solid alum subframe bushings and Delrin control arm bushings sourced thru Issam/INA
    Centerline CONVO-PRO 15" wheels, 7.5" front and 8.5" rear
    M&H Racemaster 24.5-8.5/15 drag slicks all four corners, hand sized by John himself
    Transmission assembly by myself and Joey at DJM

    Fuel:
    Dual Bosch 044 Fuel Pumps in custom Nubworks fuel cell with Integrated Engineering mounting plates
    Injector Dynamics 2000cc Injectors from Lugtronic/Kevin Black
    3BAR base fuel pressure
    Integrated Engineering billet fuel rail
    -10 Fuel Feed and -6 fuel return line, all SS braided lines
    100 micron -10 AN inline filter, after pumps
    Jay Racing dual 044 checkvalves
    Fuelab boost referenced Fuel Pressure Regulator
    ETHANOL E-98, from English Racing in Camas WA

    Interior/Exterior:
    RS4 replica fiberglass bumper, modded (shaved fogs/turns)
    OEM Audi S2 rear bumper, shipped from UK
    Reiger Tuning Sideskirts
    Corbeau single race seat
    Fiber Images carbon fiber B4 hood
    My own fiberglass block off plates for headlights and turbo inlet
    Polycarbonate windshield, the OEM one was broken and near impossible to find
    Shaved/filled OEM mirror locations on the doors
    Polycarbonate sunroof delete plate

    Drag Racing specific parts:
    Full Custom 10 point NHRA legal roll cage, custom bent by S&W Racecars
    Stroud Parachute, custom mount
    Longacre wide-angle rear view mirror
    RCI trans blanket
    DJ window net
    RCI 6 point harness
    Summit Racing battery box and kill switch
    Cage self installed, self designed, and is legal to 8.50 seconds

    Car was dyno'd earlier in 2012 on Dynojet AWD dyno at 38 psi and medium timing and made 759 AWHP and 554 wtq. July 29th Kevin turned up timing in 3rd and 4th gears by one degree from 7000 to 9500 rpm, and added a couple psi of boost in the same range. The map was called HOLDTHEFON1, appropriately named as that day i went 9.34 @ 153.7 with 1.400 60', and made this car the world record 4cyl Quattro drag car fastest AND quickest. At that time it was also both fastest and quickest Audi in N America PERIOD, but since has kept the ET but slipped back into second place for Trap Speed, again behind the S4 VR6T of Chris Green / USP Motorsports.

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    0-60 in 2.3 sec
    60-130 in 4.9 sec
    60' 1.400 sec

    Last run of the year for 2012. Wrong discs too much slip. Still trapping in the 150's


    The best runs of the car to date: 9.34 @ 153.7 and backed up with 9.36 @ 153.8. This day the car went 6 passes in a row with traps from 151.34 to 153.84, only a 2.5 mph spread. worst run was in the semi finals i choked as i was racing a longtime friend and a guy who has all of my respect as he is a great racer at 10.15 @ 152ish.


    Dyno run and showing the boost holding at 38psi.... the pull was 4k rpm to 8500.


    And because i wanted to test the dogbox and no clutch shifting, we did a semi-hard pull on the dyno for four gears. and when i say i make >400 AWHP in first gear on 26 psi, it is because i really know i do Click here to enlarge


    Respect @speeding-g60

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    sweet, front page. THANKS for the exposure!!!!!

    and the goals for this year are to lose ~200+ pounds off the car.
    got a sequential shifter setup to try out
    run 8.xx anything in the 1/4 mile
    new Bell custom AWIC core, new piping
    VW Corrado steering rack and column and more custom steering stuff
    floor mount race pedal setup
    doing a new motor, same bottom end. bigger head bigger cams more power more rpm more boost.
    did some tube frame work to the front end, doing fiberglass doors and all polycarbonate windows (doors and windows is 125 pounds by itself!)

    this is how i started this winters changes, how it looked before i cut up the front end some more haha

    sequential shifter setup

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    i did some new wiring, this is one of the things i find truly fun to do.

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    i completely cut out the firewall and pushed it into the car interior some.

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    and much thanks, in no particular order, go to the following people and companies for their support in the efforts to make this an 8 second car this year!

    Kevin Black, Lugtronic
    Pete and Dave Blais, Integrated Engineering
    Joey and Carrie Marstall, Double J Motorwerks
    Justin McDonald, Nubworks
    Tom C, Marco P, and Don R, SEM Motorsports
    Javad S, 034 Motorsports
    Gerard Chan, PAR-Engineering
    Brian, M&B Cylinderheads
    Scott D, Advanced Automotion
    Mike Hood, Ringer-Racing
    Marco D and Nic D, A1CVTech
    Justin L, Linder Power systems
    Brian M, Horsepower Connection
    Derek W, A1 Backflow Services
    Shannon H, BadWay Auto
    Rory J, Dan Judy Automotive
    Reid and the Kaizedspeed guys
    Marco and Lio, Magnus Motorsports
    Lucas and Jeff and Myles, English Racing


    and last, my loving wife. for without her support, i would not be able to have this as my hobby. and my son Tyler AKA "Chub", who i hope i am making a good impression on and teaching him valuable things about cars. he cannot WAIT to be old enough to have his own "drag stripper" as he calls it. we will get him into a JDRL dragster as soon as he turns 8 years old.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by speeding-g60 Click here to enlarge
    sweet, front page. THANKS for the exposure!!!!!
    My pleasure, excellent build.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by speeding-g60 Click here to enlarge
    and the goals for this year are to lose ~200+ pounds off the car.
    How are you going to do that?

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    i did the rear quarter windows in polycarb (Lexan). that was >10 lb.
    just got another rear hatch, and gutted it and will do poly on it. that will be ~25 lb lost.

    the fiberglass doors from Germany will save me 50 pounds or more.

    i took the stock dash (empty bare shell) out and it weighed >21lb. made an aluminum plate that saved me >18 pounds right there.

    creative cutting out of sheetmetal, trimming stuff that isnt needed, it is all adding up at this point.

    basically i am now entering into the "5 pounds or more" mod-zone. anything that will save me that or more will be seriously looked into now.

    my front motor mounts, for instance. they are made heavy-freakin-duty, that is how i do it. i made them out of 1/4" plate and square tube, etc. they weigh 12 lb 9 oz right now. my buddies that work at a machine shop are going to make them for me out of aluminum. save 70% or more weight? great, another 7-8 pounds off.

    i havent barely started removing sound deadening material, seam sealer (its 3/8"+ in spots!) and undercoating. reading thru forums that has been documented in the 50-60 pounds range alone!

    here was the hatch work these past couple days. and the weight savings. its fiberglass from the factory. cost on the hatch? $60.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by speeding-g60 Click here to enlarge
    i did the rear quarter windows in polycarb (Lexan). that was >10 lb.
    Are you worried about this scratching easily or is it not a concern? Just wondering about the durability.

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    nah. windshield has been poly since day one and its 4.5 yrs now. its just a race car. the back window has a logo on it.

    i have some good cleaner and some good polishing stuff for motorcycle helmet visors i use from time to time.

    my drag rabbit had all lexan the entire time, except the windshield. and its fine.

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    and the new shifter setup is completed. my friends at Nubworks come thru again with the custom machined base/tower.

    what is left now is to fabricate the coverplate and wire up the electronics and display readout.

    then spend some time dialing in the shift cut for no-lift-shifts. going to start around .100 sec cut time and go from there. right now i lift throttle to shift (clutchless) and this will simplify things.




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    Wow. Love relax mode lol... What an awesome project.
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    Wow. Love relax mode lol... What an awesome project.
    +100000000

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