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I think Matt's looking for a better engine Steve :wink:

The usual upgrade is to 2 litres - heres a couple on here
 

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stevecollier said:
why not go 3.2 with Turbo then ? instead of a measily 2l
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Because this will produce close to 500bhp and close to 500 lb ft of torque.

If your not happy with that then I agree, you need to go even bigger!

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VSPURS said:
stevecollier said:
why not go 3.2 with Turbo then ? instead of a measily 2l
Steve
Because this will produce close to 500bhp and close to 500 lb ft of torque.

If your not happy with that then I agree, you need to go even bigger!

:)
Teasing ya big fella. Thought the 3.2 would have less strain placed upon it.
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stevecollier said:
VSPURS said:
stevecollier said:
why not go 3.2 with Turbo then ? instead of a measily 2l
Steve
Because this will produce close to 500bhp and close to 500 lb ft of torque.

If your not happy with that then I agree, you need to go even bigger!

:)
Teasing ya big fella. Thought the 3.2 would have less strain placed upon it.
Steve
True but the money spent to this point I dont waste any going this route, whereas if I went 3.2 or 3.6 everything else would have to change aswell so not viable! Plus, not really going to give me a shit loads more!
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How about a 2.7 twin turbo from the old S4 or fitting an extra engine in the rear to drive the rear wheels both have been done
 

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What's the blue powdercoat stuff Steve?

Ps - Engine looks cool. Would love a 2L BT. :p

EDIT: Wouldn't an old S4 engine be cheaper and more reliable if you could find one. I mean more for someone who is starting from scratch.
 

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Hark said:
What's the blue powdercoat stuff Steve?

Ps - Engine looks cool. Would love a 2L BT. :p

EDIT: Wouldn't an old S4 engine be cheaper and more reliable if you could find one. I mean more for someone who is starting from scratch.
I think if you wanted to go for ultimate power and havent done anything at all so far, going for a huge project like an RS6 conversion (which is possible, but no-one yet taken it on) is most definately the best way forward!

Its still on my list of things to try with a new doner car at some point in the near future!
 

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VSPURS said:
Hark said:
What's the blue powdercoat stuff Steve?

Ps - Engine looks cool. Would love a 2L BT. :p

EDIT: Wouldn't an old S4 engine be cheaper and more reliable if you could find one. I mean more for someone who is starting from scratch.
I think if you wanted to go for ultimate power and havent done anything at all so far, going for a huge project like an RS6 conversion (which is possible, but no-one yet taken it on) is most definately the best way forward!

Its still on my list of things to try with a new doner car at some point in the near future!
Physically, would a 2.7l twin turbo s4 engine fit?
 

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Hark said:
VSPURS said:
Hark said:
What's the blue powdercoat stuff Steve?

Ps - Engine looks cool. Would love a 2L BT. :p

EDIT: Wouldn't an old S4 engine be cheaper and more reliable if you could find one. I mean more for someone who is starting from scratch.
I think if you wanted to go for ultimate power and havent done anything at all so far, going for a huge project like an RS6 conversion (which is possible, but no-one yet taken it on) is most definately the best way forward!

Its still on my list of things to try with a new doner car at some point in the near future!
Physically, would a 2.7l twin turbo s4 engine fit?
Where there's a will!
 
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