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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    '99.5 A4 2.8QM
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    B6 S4 intake manifold?

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    This might be a weird question, but does a b6 S4 intake manifold fit a 40v? My IM is pretty rough and I keep finding these cars being parted out for timing chain problems so I could probably get an IM for cheap. I'm not worried about intake flaps and stuff like that, I can tune for that. Mostly concerned about how it bolts up to the heads and throttle body.

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    1999.5 A4 ex-2.8 now 1.8TQ 5 Speed Sport - ME7.5 ATW swap, Stern snub, H&R race springs on Bilstien Sports, S4 axle-back, 17" RS4 reps, A8 front BBK, Sport Leather, EFK, A6 Strut Brace, FSI coils
    2002 A6 4.2 beige on beige - 01E transplant in progess

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    Veteran Member Four Rings Nollywood's Avatar
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    B6 Avant 420-R, Toyota Runx 1.4 16V
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    Yes.

    The B6 S4 intake manifold is a direct bolt-on fitment to both 077 and 079-series V8 engine.
    His:
    B6 420-TS Avant - RS6 4.2 BiTurbo, (BCY). B6/7 Hybrid "RS4" OEM Widebody Coming Soon.

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    2002 Toyota Runx, 1.4L DOHC 16V Auto.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    Awesome, thanks. I'm guessing I'll lose some low end torque though? I wonder what I can do with the extra flap output...

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    1999.5 A4 ex-2.8 now 1.8TQ 5 Speed Sport - ME7.5 ATW swap, Stern snub, H&R race springs on Bilstien Sports, S4 axle-back, 17" RS4 reps, A8 front BBK, Sport Leather, EFK, A6 Strut Brace, FSI coils
    2002 A6 4.2 beige on beige - 01E transplant in progess

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    Senior Member Four Rings Terry.Reese's Avatar
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    2005 Audi Allroad 2.7 Biturbo V6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Cow View Post
    Awesome, thanks. I'm guessing I'll lose some low end torque though? I wonder what I can do with the extra flap output...

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    extra flap? should be the same.
    Clarice

    JHM intake spacers, DIY intake flapper mod, ported TB, heat wrap IM, 034 motor mounts, 15mm wheel spacers, ZimbuCAI, ZimbuTune, A8 D2 exhaust manifolds.

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    Registered User Four Rings Scotty@Advanced's Avatar
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    S6/S8 is 2 stage, A6/A8 is 3 stage... Performance can be degraded if the intake is activates at the wrong rpms. I think the B6 is 3 stage but not certain

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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    Everything I've seen shows one actuator just like the s6 and s8, adjusting the changeover map is no problem.

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    1999.5 A4 ex-2.8 now 1.8TQ 5 Speed Sport - ME7.5 ATW swap, Stern snub, H&R race springs on Bilstien Sports, S4 axle-back, 17" RS4 reps, A8 front BBK, Sport Leather, EFK, A6 Strut Brace, FSI coils
    2002 A6 4.2 beige on beige - 01E transplant in progess

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    Veteran Member Four Rings Nollywood's Avatar
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    B6 Avant 420-R, Toyota Runx 1.4 16V
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    B6 S4 intake is dual stage.
    His:
    B6 420-TS Avant - RS6 4.2 BiTurbo, (BCY). B6/7 Hybrid "RS4" OEM Widebody Coming Soon.

    Hers:
    2002 Toyota Runx, 1.4L DOHC 16V Auto.



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