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2.0T hp figures

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by PhilMill63, Jan 11, 2011.

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    Hi all, just another small question. I notice that the Special Addition model 2.0t seems to have 20 hp more than the normal (mine) 2.0t, is this correct?? Assuming that is corrext what is different or is just mapping?
    I am trading a Saab 9-3 Aero for my B7, there is only an extra 10hp on the Saab but it feels twice as quick as the Audi which is a bit disappointing, good job the Audi is a far superior car.:applaus:

    Mind you I guess a re-map may be needed.:laugh:

    Phil
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    bez101 Yorkshire & Humber Rep. Regional Rep

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    its just in the map
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    It is also related to the gearing per 1000 rpm, it would be interesting to compare the two ?? [ bit like the 140 / 170 diesel - 30/27 per 1000 rpm]
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    I too came from a Saab 93, the only differance was i went from a 150bhp to a 170bhp diesel.

    With the 93 you got more standart kit for your money.
    With the A4 the build quality & refinement are second to none.
    The depreciation is also far less but they are a lot more expensive to fix when they go wrong.
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    Gearboxes are identical part numbers on the B7 2.0Ts (220 or 200)... so how's happen then ?
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