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    LF BPG 2.0 tfsi engine for 2006 a4 Quattro 6MT

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    Looking for an engine for my 2006, preferably under 150k km. Located in Alberta, Canada. GTA area may also work

    May have a handle on a crashed GTI 2.0 tfsi up here, does anyone know what engine codes will fit directly into the A4? So far all I know is BPG AND BPY

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    Established Member Four Rings funkypterodacty's Avatar
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    BWT will also work

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkypterodacty View Post
    BWT will also work
    Thanks for the info

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    Just make sure it isn't a tiptronic engine. The crankshafts are different than the manual and auto cranks.

    You'll also want to swap all of the accessories, including sensors. I have a built BPG from a GTI in my endurance car. I swapped everything, including oil pickup and pan because they won't clear the crossmember. The mounts will need to be swapped as well as the majority of the coolant piping. In all honesty, get it to a bare long block and start adding your parts back. It's likely easiest that way.

    I hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by james12lucy View Post
    Just make sure it isn't a tiptronic engine. The crankshafts are different than the manual and auto cranks.

    You'll also want to swap all of the accessories, including sensors. I have a built BPG from a GTI in my endurance car. I swapped everything, including oil pickup and pan because they won't clear the crossmember. The mounts will need to be swapped as well as the majority of the coolant piping. In all honesty, get it to a bare long block and start adding your parts back. It's likely easiest that way.

    I hope this helps.
    I thought that the auto and manual cranks were different, thanks for clarifying that it's actually only the tiptronic that are different. I found a local a4 motor from a manual with 95k km for $2500 Canadian, that's the best I've found so far. I might take that and rebuild mine for my Corrado.

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    Quote Originally Posted by james12lucy View Post
    Just make sure it isn't a tiptronic engine. The crankshafts are different than the manual and auto cranks.

    You'll also want to swap all of the accessories, including sensors. I have a built BPG from a GTI in my endurance car. I swapped everything, including oil pickup and pan because they won't clear the crossmember. The mounts will need to be swapped as well as the majority of the coolant piping. In all honesty, get it to a bare long block and start adding your parts back. It's likely easiest that way.

    I hope this helps.
    How can you tell the difference between the two? I ordered an engine and the one they shipped clearly isn't from a manual car. There's nowhere to bolt the clutch to the flywheel. I'm wondering can I swap the flywheel and be done?

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    Senior Member Four Rings james12lucy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trickassfoo View Post
    How can you tell the difference between the two? I ordered an engine and the one they shipped clearly isn't from a manual car. There's nowhere to bolt the clutch to the flywheel. I'm wondering can I swap the flywheel and be done?

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    The crank output shaft is tapered on the tipTronic and the manual is more square.


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    Quote Originally Posted by james12lucy View Post
    The crank output shaft is tapered on the tipTronic and the manual is more square.


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    The crank output shaft look the same, but there's a bearing pressed in my engine and no bearing in the new one

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    The crank both have the code BBGBB, and I just looked and the pilot bearing is included in my clutch kit. Looks like I need to just press it in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkypterodacty View Post
    Thanks for that funky. Looks like the tip crank snout is very different

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