Thursday, May 2, 2019

567 HP 2.0T Tire Shredder: 2004 Audi A4

Everybody needs at least two cars.  One of them needs to be a project that'll keep your fingers dirty and the other should be a late model reliable car that is fast and fun to drive.  Maybe one of those cars should haul more than two people...but I think this next car could handle daily driver duties AND your family AND keep your fingers dirty on the weekend. Find this 2004 Audi A4 offered for $9000 in Queens, NY via craigslist. Tip from Jeff.

From the seller:

2004 Audi A4 
condition: excellent 
cylinders: 4 cylinders 
drive: fwd 
fuel: gas 
odometer: 84000 
paint color: silver 
size: mid-size 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
type: sedan 
I am selling my 2004, Audi A4 (B6). I bought the car in 2004 with 10,600k on the odometer. The body has 84k and the modified engine has 20k on it. The car has never been in any accidents, the title is clean, and has oil changes every 3k. Never did burn-outs, the driver seat shows signs of wear, but the rest of the interior is in great condition. All recall services have been completed. It is front-wheel drive and has a 5 speed manual transmission.

The modified engine is a 2.0 with big turbo. The car is capable of 600+ HP. It makes 462HP on 93 octane and 567 on 102 octane. It is capable of running E85 with upgraded injectors. The stock ECU runs on Maestro. All work and tuning done by PagParts. I have all records of what was done. See below detailed list of all mods.

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Bottom End:
Honed and Bored out to 2.0 (w/ torque plate)
Decked, Hot Tanked, Balanced
IE Rods
JE Pistons 8.5:1 comp.
2.0 FSI Crankshaft
Billet Steel Main Caps
ARP Main Bolts
ARP Flywheel Bolt
ARP Crankshaft Bolt
Bearings, etc.

Assembled AEB CnC ported by Bob @ QED
Supertech valves 1mm over (Intake and Exhaust)
Supertech Springs, Retainers
CAT Cams 3658
ARP Head Bolts

Forced Induction:
PagParts 5935R Turbo. Garret front with Tial backhousing and upgraded billet compressor wheel.
Precision 46mm Wastegate
Garret Core with custom endtanks
Turbosmart 55mm BOV
Hybird Log Cast V-Band Manifold by Pag Parts
Custom Intake Manifold 
Upgraded Throttle Body 
Custom IC piping by Pag Parts

Custom turb-back exhaust

Converted to Return System
Custom Fuel Rail
Walbro 465 Fuel Pump (E85 compatable)
Aeromotive FPR
1000cc Bosh High Imp. Injectors

Suspension / Transmission:
KW Variant 3 Coilover Suspension
All Control Arms were replaced at 62k
Adams Drilled rotors installed
Stock 16” wheels
Set of 19” wheels available, but will need wobble bolts.
Spec Stage 3+ Clutch

Authentic Oettinger Poly Front Bumper with working fog lights (imported from germany)
S4 Rear Bumper
Kerscher Fiberglass side skirts from germany
Eurogear Carbon Fiber Hood
Euro Black out HID Headlights

I am asking $9,000 negotiable. 

 See a better way to burn through tires?


  1. Mechanically appears to be a decent build & a wild ride for the willing on full power with FWD if you could live with that Clark Kent interior color.

  2. Love this and great deal. It's screaming for a set of bigger factory wheels, but the owner does say it comes with a set of 19's. This one will seriously hurt some feelings.

  3. Never did burnouts???? How the F do you not only do burnouts? I do a burnout in every car I have ever owned, rented, or borrowed. If they can't do one I will start out in gravel.
    Pretty amazing amount of power for a 2.0

    1. With that amount of power and one-wheel-drive (sorry, the limited slip options for the front-drive longitudinal VW/Audi B5/B6 platform are expensive and involved diff cover plates from a Porsche boxster...don't ask me how I know) it's not an issue of "never did burnouts" but an issue of "never not did burnouts".

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