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2000 A4 1.8t tiptronic

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Old 05-28-2009, 09:43 PM
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Default 2000 A4 1.8t tiptronic

Hi i Have a 2000 A4 1.8t with tiptronic transmition. i am hoping to make this car the best it can be. but i want to start upgrading it right away. What is the order for the upgrades i should buy? should i start with an APR chip and a boral exhaust? Try and get at least ten items in the order i should purchase and install them.

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Old 05-28-2009, 09:57 PM
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whats up noob.

Read the stickies on upgrades. Also, would be helpful to know your power goals (limited by the auto trans), budget, DIY knowledge...
 
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I have no budget and my dad owns a reppair shop and has been workin on audis for over 30 years so the DIY knowledge shouldn't be a problem i would like around 300hp and after that some good handling.
 
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read the big turbo sticky at the top of the a4/b5 section. ALso, try using the search function, this topic has been covered extensively. I can provide some links if you cant find what your looking for.

You prob want to go with a Garret Elim turbo setup with supporting mods (fuel, tuning, exhaust etc.) and sport suspension. Some forum members sell kits at decent cost. Will probably be about $5-6k total.
 
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Originally Posted by Birel 38 View Post
I have no budget and my dad owns a reppair shop and has been workin on audis for over 30 years so the DIY knowledge shouldn't be a problem i would like around 300hp and after that some good handling.
Have you finished reading the big turbo sticky?

Well, I suggest that if you don't have budget yet, better save first so you can acquire better performing audi parts for your upgrades. Don't be in a hurry cause you just might spent more in repairing cheaply acquired but low quality parts and instead, end up downgrading your car.
 

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