[A4] A4 Digest, Vol 36, Issue 17
thejimrose at gmail.com
Wed Oct 25 13:59:19 EDT 2006
1. i own the a4
2. my insurance is 1/2 what an s4 would be
3. i own the a4
4. ive got maybe $13k invested in the car total, and when all is said and
dont it will be plenty fast, and still low key.
5. s4's are an @ss sucking miserable nightmare to work on compared to the a4
6. parts are 2x more expensive for an s4.
7. i own the a4.
8. about 400 lbs weight advantage, which some racers feel make the a4 a
better driving car when setup porperly.
the a4 is fun to work on. easy, roomy, etc. try that in an s4, where you
have to pull the motor to change the dp's... that said i LOVE the s4, and
almost bought one in lieu f this, but im glad i did. i love cheap insurance.
On 10/25/06, Rocky Mullin <caliban at sharon.net> wrote:
> i love to hear peoples' reasons for doing this rather than
> picking up an S4.
> At 9:55 AM -0700 10/25/06, thejimrose wrote:
> >DOOO EEEET!! doooo eeet!!
> >it rips on a chipped k03 a4. i love mine. 18 psi baby!!!
> >my butt dyno seems to think that i'm in s4 territory. i cant wait to race
> >buddies chipped s4. it doesnt have the torque that an s has [mmmmmm..
> >torque!] but once the turbo hits at 3500 or so it just PULLS so nice.
> >next up is fmic, 10cc injectors and pc16 file. id like to have the turbo
> >rebuilt, maybe clipped, and high flow cat. boy this gets expensive quick.
> >Message: 1
> >Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 14:23:36 -0600
> >From: "Brandon Rogers" <brogers at terrix.com>
> >Subject: [A4] K04 car in Denver
> >To: "A4 List" <a4 at audifans.com>
> >Message-ID: <002e01c6f7aa$49441f20$6f01a8c0 at terrix11>
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> >Hey guys -
> >any Listers in Denver with a K04 converted A4 1.8Tq? Thoughts going
> >through my head but would like to see/feel what a K04 1.8T has in it...
> >A4 mailing list
> >A4 at audifans.com
> "I hope you weren't stupid enough to be offended by what I said"
> -Arnold Schoenberg
nobody ever listened to me until they didn't know who i was.
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