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Re: Hello all.... New Audi Owner...

> By taking care of the exhaust you will probably take care of some of the power
> needs.  When I put mine on it made a huge difference in the 3-4k rpm power.  I
> went custom and am very happy with the results but make sure that your muffler
> is well baffled because if not it will be loud.  
> You also might want to advance the timing about 10 degrees as that will also
> help the power along.  Check the vaccum lines and make sure you are not
> getting any leaks esspecially the one to the right of the intake manifold on
> top of the valve cover.  This one fails a lot.  Check your full throttle
> switch and make sure it is operating properly.  Also take out any slack in
> your throttle cable.  Of the last 6 4000s I have looked at, all the full
> throttle switches appeared faulty, and most had slack in the cable.
> Pat Martin
> 864000csq  2 1/2 cat back, H&R-Boge,advanced and loving it.  Drilled and
> stopping it.  Koenig Cobra 16x7 with AVS Intermediates, turbo coming soon,
> K&N.
> 95 subaru legacy
> Bothell, Wa

Pat What exhaust system do you have on your vehicle at this time?


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