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Default S4 B6 4.2 performance upgrades

For comparison reasons (compare to the 2.7T) I drove a 2005 S4 with the 4.2l V8 today.
While very familiar with the available upgrades for the 2.7T, I am wondering what options are available for the 4.2l V8?
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All of the information you would ever want to know...

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All of the information you would ever want to know...

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Most certainly not (not even a fraction of the info).
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SEARCH... trust me you wont find more info on any other site

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