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    Active Member Two Rings
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    More power from a 2.0 Non turbo

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    Well I know a lot of you guys never heard of the non turbo 2.0L non turbo a4 b7, but thats what I've got (im from australia) and wanna squeeze some more power outta the car

    what options do i have? its a 2.0L front wheel drive non turbo :\

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    Senior Member Four Rings geebus's Avatar
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    I think everyone's brains just exploded. Step one: install turbo.
    I haz all the mad

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    Veteran Member Four Rings groundround's Avatar
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    intall a V-tec

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    Veteran Member Four Rings seanj130's Avatar
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    Nitrous, a small 50 shot. In the car, not in you.

    If you want to go the turbo route, you can actually go with an ebay turbo (shut up and don't start bitching yet, here me out, community) Because the compression of your motor is not that of an already turbo'd motor, you will not be able to run high boost. In fact, you should stay UNDER 10 pounds. The reason ebay turbos fail on our cars is because people push them to 22psi, the civic guys push them to 7-10psi and they run fine all day.


    This is the ONLY scenario where I would EVER recommend an ebay turbo. Please correct me about the compression of this motor if you know any different.

    Even when the ebay turbo fails, it can be rebuilt for $150 with genuine parts... $250 for the turbo+$150 in the rebuild, if you ever need to. And you are set to go..

    PS I can't wait for the "another thread about which tune to get" commentors.
    Best regards,
    Sean.

    Paying someone to install parts and bragging about it being fast, is like watching someone
    bang your wife and being proud to raise their kids.

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    Active Member Two Rings
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    Hmm, any links to an ebay turbo kit?

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    Veteran Member Three Rings Flexcj5's Avatar
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    More power from a 2.0 Non turbo

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    Senior Member Four Rings jsandor91's Avatar
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    Re: More power from a 2.0 Non turbo

    I wonder if it is the same 2L from the mk6 jetta

    But Yea mind blown

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    Veteran Member Four Rings mec's Avatar
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    More power from a 2.0 Non turbo

    Engine swap for big gains
    Turbo addition for big gains
    Increase bore/stroke for expensive and small power gains
    Small mods like nitrous for small gains.


    You're probably best financially selling your car and picking up another b7 with a proper engine.
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    Senior Member Four Rings CorneliusRox's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by seanj130 View Post
    Nitrous, a small 50 shot. In the car, not in you.

    If you want to go the turbo route, you can actually go with an ebay turbo (shut up and don't start bitching yet, here me out, community) Because the compression of your motor is not that of an already turbo'd motor, you will not be able to run high boost. In fact, you should stay UNDER 10 pounds. The reason ebay turbos fail on our cars is because people push them to 22psi, the civic guys push them to 7-10psi and they run fine all day.


    This is the ONLY scenario where I would EVER recommend an ebay turbo. Please correct me about the compression of this motor if you know any different.

    Even when the ebay turbo fails, it can be rebuilt for $150 with genuine parts... $250 for the turbo+$150 in the rebuild, if you ever need to. And you are set to go..

    PS I can't wait for the "another thread about which tune to get" commentors.
    Completely agree. Fox Body 5.0 Mustangs run 10 second 1/4 miles with $1800 ebay turbo kits.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings seanj130's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by CorneliusRox View Post
    Completely agree. Fox Body 5.0 Mustangs run 10 second 1/4 miles with $1800 ebay turbo kits.
    I'm actually surprised that I did not get flamed for this...
    Best regards,
    Sean.

    Paying someone to install parts and bragging about it being fast, is like watching someone
    bang your wife and being proud to raise their kids.

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    Senior Member Four Rings ericpaulyoung's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flexcj5 View Post
    The land of oz and no one has posted this yet
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cbGWgvJ...%3DcbGWgvJN1_8
    fucking genius, I laugh every time I watch those guys.
    Jesse "Eric is correct, that is not your bung hole"

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    Active Member Two Rings
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    anyone know how hard or what else would be involved in turbo'ing the audi? be looking to run low boost, but also keep auto-trans. just came from my second manual car (this is my fifth car) and cbf to drive stck anymore (main reason for getting an audi). would it be hard?

    assuming turbo kit, Custom Spec'd T28 Turbocharger - 350HP
    Turbo Gasket Kit
    Turbo Water Line Kit
    Turbo Oil Line Kit
    Turbo Inlet Flange
    Turbo Outlet Vband Flange
    Turbo Vband Downpipe
    TurboKits.com Intercooler - 400HP
    (4) 2.5" 90 Degree Aluminum Pipe
    (2) 2.5" 45 Degree Aluminum Pipe
    (2) 2.5" Straight Aluminum Pipe
    (6) 3 Ply Silicone Straight Couplers
    (2) 3 Ply Silicone 90 Degree Couplers
    (16) Stainless T-Bolt Clamps
    Forge Billett Aluminum BOV
    Air Intake Filter
    TurboKits.com Boost Gauge
    4Ft Vacuum Line

    + custom headers + exhaust, ecu from a turbo audi? or what? injectors, fuel pump/?

    OR,

    if i find a turbo b7 at the wreckers, what would i need to grab from it to transfer to my car? tho, im assuming most of the turbo models are four wheel drive, making the conversion not possible, or more so, a lot more work?



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