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2.0 Litre S3 on ebay, Sounds interesting?

Jaywoo_A3 Dec 14, 2006

  1. Jaywoo_A3

    Jaywoo_A3 Member Audi A4 Audi Avant Owner Group S-line owners group

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  2. DPM

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    Doesn't give much info on it, still could be interesting though!
     
  3. simch

    simch Active Member

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    My standard engine is 375hp, with NO turbo, jsut like that!!

    Ha, stick a big enough turbo on a metro motor and its 375hp!
     
  4. Booth_S4

    Booth_S4 Riding on V8 power

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    What car do you drive then!?
     
  5. simch

    simch Active Member

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    No, I mean that without the turbo, its pointless quoting any power output, its the turbo that gives it the power!

    So my stock S3 motor without a turbo on it I could quote as 375hp but with "no turbo", Wiht it its only 225hp!!
     
  6. Booth_S4

    Booth_S4 Riding on V8 power

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    Sorry my bad! i understand now!
     
  7. Tallpaul

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    2.0 is a bit of an over-bore for the 1.8 block isn't it? Thought most only went to 1.9.

    Still, interesting place to start if it's had the internals done... 500bhp quattro :)
     
  8. ChriS3

    ChriS3 hud at ye bam

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    I think it depends on the stroker kit you put in there. 1.9 - 2.1 seems to be the norm for the 1.8T.

    http://www.eurospecsport.com/strokerrace.htm
     
  9. Jonesy

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    dont diss the clio sports they are awesome cars, before the s3 i had a mk1 172 was the best car i'd ever owned!
     
  10. S2Avant

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    Depends upon your definition of Quattro.
     
  11. Tallpaul

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    :lazy: As quattro as the engine orientation and an uprated haldex controller would let you presumably?

    The point was more the power potential with traction too. But there's always one...
     

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