I bought a lightly modified 1997 1.8T Sport in silver with 97,000miles (FSH) during Sept 2006 for £2425, which I think is cheap. The car is in extremely good condition having been wax oiled, however the drivers door has been painted and the rims need refurbished. It has the following mods: - 18" BBS fitted with 225/40/18 tyres - S4 front bumper - Kamei front grill - rear boot spoiler - sebring back box - K&N panel filter It was purchased to allow me to complete work on my TDi golf - big turbo, larger injectors, 11mm pump head, air intake mods, spax suspension, power flex bushings, front mounted intercooler, 66mm exhaust system, etc. During the time of driving the A4 I have decided to keep it and now that the Golf is back on the road I have a new project. I have read a number of articles which say the AEB engine is not the best for tuning, besides that it is DBW. I am currently contemplating the following - KO4 - decat pipe - 66mm stainless steel exhaust - larger injectors? - front mounted intercooler. - cold air intake - suspension kit - uprated bushings I am not suggesting from the above list that other components are not required, but being into diesel tuning for over 6 years I don't know a lot about VAG group 1.8T's. Therefore am I taking the correct approach? What else do I need? What are the clutch, gearbox and driveshaft limitations?