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Audi A4 Hillclimb and basic time attack

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Final finish up on a long running project, this includes a full rewire and change of the vehicles operating infrastructure.

Engine Management: Link G4 Extreme

Power Management: ECU Master PMU16

Driver Control Interface: 12 Button ECU Master keypad

Power Master: Cartek

1.8T 20v Turbo, running Supertech valvetrain , Cat Cams, Wossner pistons with low friction skirts, Molnar Rods and all sorts more - billet mains and a full girdle.

Borgwarner 7064 EFR

Currently working though all of the wiring courses and am 80% through the Professional Motorsport wiring course.

More to add soon and I will have plenty of questions ....

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Looking good mate!

Nice to see Audi's being built.

Just curious.. What was the reason you went with air/water IC ?

^ Not the builder however I've always subscribed to the argument that you can create a more efficient and compact 'single shot' air to water setup as compared to a standard air to air system after you take into account ducting/air priority et cetera. I like the idea of using them in drag, sprint, time attack situations. Less so for longer than 15 minutes flat out.

Yes having used the water to air IC, they work best for short times.

You should not use it for a track/circuit car.

Hi Guys

I have gone with the water to air as the car is only going to run for sprint style races and the air charge temp is awesome - seldom breaching 20*C usually around 15 and the system will be running water wetter for quicker and more efficient heat transfer.

other than that I just wanted to do something different and this let me keep my charge piping just on 1000mm long.