Audizine - An Automotive Enthusiast Community

Results 1 to 16 of 16
  1. #1
    Senior Member Two Rings PigDiesel54's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 18 2013
    AZ Member #
    107784
    Location
    CT

    Need Help Finding IM Bolt

    Guest-only advertisement. Register or Log In now!
    One of the bolts that holds the upper and lower pieces of the intake manifold together snapped when removing it. I can't seem to find anything about those bolts anywhere. If anybody has any info, it would be greatly appreciated.
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 S4 Avant 6MT
    2001 Cactus Green B5 S4 Avant 6MT
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 A4 2.0T Quattro Tiptronic

  2. #2
    Senior Member Three Rings vailshred's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 20 2011
    AZ Member #
    80099
    My Garage
    B6%20Noggy%20S4%20Avant
    Location
    VAIL COLORADO

    I may have one, let me look around and i will let u know this afternoon


    Sent from my iPhone using Audizine

  3. #3
    Senior Member Two Rings PigDiesel54's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 18 2013
    AZ Member #
    107784
    Location
    CT

    Quote Originally Posted by vailshred View Post
    I may have one, let me look around and i will let u know this afternoon


    Sent from my iPhone using Audizine
    Sweet thanks man!
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 S4 Avant 6MT
    2001 Cactus Green B5 S4 Avant 6MT
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 A4 2.0T Quattro Tiptronic

  4. #4
    Senior Member Three Rings vailshred's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 20 2011
    AZ Member #
    80099
    My Garage
    B6%20Noggy%20S4%20Avant
    Location
    VAIL COLORADO

    So i looked for a long time but cannot locate them. They are the same thread as intake to block... you can just bring one of your good ones to ACE hardware and match length.
    Sorry i was unable to find


    Sent from my iPhone using Audizine

  5. #5
    Senior Member Two Rings PigDiesel54's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 18 2013
    AZ Member #
    107784
    Location
    CT

    Quote Originally Posted by vailshred View Post
    So i looked for a long time but cannot locate them. They are the same thread as intake to block... you can just bring one of your good ones to ACE hardware and match length.
    Sorry i was unable to find


    Sent from my iPhone using Audizine
    Thanks for the help man, I appreciate it.
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 S4 Avant 6MT
    2001 Cactus Green B5 S4 Avant 6MT
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 A4 2.0T Quattro Tiptronic

  6. #6
    Veteran Member Four Rings q_dubz's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 16 2008
    AZ Member #
    36417
    My Garage
    Single Turbo V8 S4
    Location
    EAST COAST

    dude....are you serious right now?

    Take one of the other bolts, carry your butt to lowes/home depot/whatever, thread it into the little jig they have to determine bolt size, and measure the length and get the right size bolt.

    For the record it's M6x1.0 pitch, you can figure out the length.

    All those stores sell allen key bolts, so you just need to add a washer to it.

  7. #7
    Senior Member Two Rings PigDiesel54's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 18 2013
    AZ Member #
    107784
    Location
    CT

    Quote Originally Posted by q_dubz View Post
    dude....are you serious right now?

    Take one of the other bolts, carry your butt to lowes/home depot/whatever, thread it into the little jig they have to determine bolt size, and measure the length and get the right size bolt.

    For the record it's M6x1.0 pitch, you can figure out the length.

    All those stores sell allen key bolts, so you just need to add a washer to it.
    ok
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 S4 Avant 6MT
    2001 Cactus Green B5 S4 Avant 6MT
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 A4 2.0T Quattro Tiptronic

  8. #8
    Stage 2 Banner Advertiser Two Rings
    Join Date
    Apr 03 2018
    AZ Member #
    416545
    Location
    Los Angeles, CA, USA

    Need Help Finding IM Bolt

    If you give me the VIN Ill get you the part number and you can get the exact OE bolt (Id strongly recommend that) from any dealer or online.


    Sent from my iPhone using Audizine

    Bestiale - incredible quality tuning and full service for Audi, Porsche, VW and Bentley backed with 101 year labor warranty
    8651 Washington blvd., Culver City, CA 90232
    562-448-2599, Grigor@bestiale.net, www.bestiale.net

  9. #9
    Senior Member Two Rings PigDiesel54's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 18 2013
    AZ Member #
    107784
    Location
    CT

    Quote Originally Posted by Grigor@Bestiale View Post
    If you give me the VIN Ill get you the part number and you can get the exact OE bolt (Id strongly recommend that) from any dealer or online.


    Sent from my iPhone using Audizine
    Thanks, using the OEM bolt and not one from a hardware store is the route I would like to take. The VIN is WAUUL78E26A153027.

    Sent from my SM-N950U using Audizine mobile app
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 S4 Avant 6MT
    2001 Cactus Green B5 S4 Avant 6MT
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 A4 2.0T Quattro Tiptronic

  10. #10
    Senior Member Four Rings Terry.Reese's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 05 2015
    AZ Member #
    359932
    My Garage
    2005 Audi Allroad 2.7 Biturbo V6
    Location
    Billings, MT

    I have a few spares as well.
    Clarice

    JHM intake spacers, DIY intake flapper mod, ported TB, heat wrap IM, 034 motor mounts, 15mm wheel spacers, CustomCAI, ZimbuTune, A8 D2 exhaust manifolds. soon to be VinnyS DP's, custom Catback straight pipe exhaust, magnaflow resonated xpipe. https://www.instagram.com/raudi.audi73/

  11. #11
    Veteran Member Four Rings q_dubz's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 16 2008
    AZ Member #
    36417
    My Garage
    Single Turbo V8 S4
    Location
    EAST COAST

    LMAO recommend an oem bolt. It's not a stretch bolt or anything special. It's a regular ass steel bolt. It takes 11Nm (8lbft) of torque for crying out loud. *facepalm*

  12. #12
    Established Member Two Rings
    Join Date
    Jun 09 2014
    AZ Member #
    251555
    Location
    Jacksonville, FL

    Quote Originally Posted by q_dubz View Post
    LMAO recommend an oem bolt. It's not a stretch bolt or anything special. It's a regular ass steel bolt. It takes 11Nm (8lbft) of torque for crying out loud. *facepalm*
    LOL, its a M6 x 1.0 x 35 MM just go down to the damn hardware store and by a bolt and washer. Its nothing special. Hell I swapped mine to stainless when I did my intake manifold

  13. #13
    Senior Member Two Rings PigDiesel54's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 18 2013
    AZ Member #
    107784
    Location
    CT

    Quote Originally Posted by q_dubz View Post
    LMAO recommend an oem bolt. It's not a stretch bolt or anything special. It's a regular ass steel bolt. It takes 11Nm (8lbft) of torque for crying out loud. *facepalm*
    You do things your way, I will do things my way. No need to be a prick about it.

    Sent from my SM-N950U using Audizine mobile app
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 S4 Avant 6MT
    2001 Cactus Green B5 S4 Avant 6MT
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 A4 2.0T Quattro Tiptronic

  14. #14
    Senior Member Two Rings PigDiesel54's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 18 2013
    AZ Member #
    107784
    Location
    CT

    Quote Originally Posted by ottocycle View Post
    LOL, its a M6 x 1.0 x 35 MM just go down to the damn hardware store and by a bolt and washer. Its nothing special. Hell I swapped mine to stainless when I did my intake manifold
    I'm fully aware I can go to a hardware store and get a bolt. I knew that when asking the question. I was just asking about info on the OEM bolt.

    Sent from my SM-N950U using Audizine mobile app
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 S4 Avant 6MT
    2001 Cactus Green B5 S4 Avant 6MT
    2006 Brilliant Red B7 A4 2.0T Quattro Tiptronic

  15. #15
    Stage 2 Banner Advertiser Two Rings
    Join Date
    Apr 03 2018
    AZ Member #
    416545
    Location
    Los Angeles, CA, USA

    The part is:
    N 106 953 01 Hex socket head bolt (combi) $1.00
    in Audi's catalog by your VIN (I got it from partslink24, but this seems pretty good:
    https://audi.7zap.com/en/vin/audi+a4...78e26a153027#8
    )

    As I mentioned I highly recommend OE and I only use OE, it's the perfect part every time (this is of course if you want the highest quality).

    Bestiale - incredible quality tuning and full service for Audi, Porsche, VW and Bentley backed with 101 year labor warranty
    8651 Washington blvd., Culver City, CA 90232
    562-448-2599, Grigor@bestiale.net, www.bestiale.net

  16. #16
    Senior Member Three Rings Velox's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 30 2016
    AZ Member #
    371041
    My Garage
    audi
    Location
    Oranjestd

    Quote Originally Posted by Grigor@Bestiale View Post
    I only use OE, it's the perfect part every time (this is of course if you want the highest quality).
    Well for most parts yes, but for bolts and screws I have to disagree, I think i'm not the only one here who has replaced many OEM hard to reach very easy stripable crap (hex) bolts and screws with a more convenient and cheaper "normal" variant.

    same goes for some brittle hard lines.



Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  


    © 2001-2018 Audizine, Audizine.com, and Driverzines.com
    Audizine is an independently owned and operated automotive enthusiast community and news website.
    Audi and the Audi logo(s) are copyright/trademark Audi AG. Audizine is not endorsed by or affiliated with Audi AG.