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justingibbs’s 1998 Audi A4

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  • Nov 14, 2013

I've got a 98' Audi A4 1.8t quattro. Me and my friend put in a cold air intake. Installed a pioneer headunit, Polk audio front door speakers, and boston ... more

  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    165
  • 0-60 Time
    8
  • Weight
    2987
  • 1/4m sec
    15.1
  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    137 mph
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Interior Color
    N/A
  • Ignitions & Electrical Streetwires Wiring

    Date Installed
    Nov. 20, 2007

    Installed 11/20/2007

  • Tires BFGoodrich Tires

    Date Installed
    Nov. 20, 2007

    Installed 11/20/2007

  • Mobile Electronics Kicker Subwoofers

    Date Installed
    Nov. 20, 2007

    Installed 11/20/2007

  • Mobile Electronics Boston Acoustics Speakers

    Date Installed
    Nov. 20, 2007

    Installed 11/20/2007

  • Air & Fuel Delivery K&N Intake

    Date Installed
    Nov. 20, 2007

    Installed 11/20/2007

  • Mobile Electronics Pioneer Head Unit

    Date Installed
    Nov. 20, 2007

    Installed 11/20/2007

  • Exhaust MagnaFlow Exhaust

    Date Installed
    Nov. 20, 2007

    Installed 11/20/2007

  • Mobile Electronics Kenwood Amplifier

    Date Installed
    Nov. 20, 2007

    Installed 11/20/2007

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Comments (24)
  • CDUBdiddy21
    NICE LOOKIN A4, LIKIN YOUR RIM CHOICE! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK, RATED YA 5*****STARS!
  • tselios
    sure you have still made despite a lot of good work, a very beautiful car, be well also ride with safety 5***** for sure,keep it up....
  • damgrmn
    Hey it is hard to really say which would be better 3" would be better for more top-end but 2.5" would help keep A little more tourg for bottom end with turboed cars it is kind of hard to go to big with in reason. how big of turbo do you plan on going with when you up grade? that should make the decision for you if going any bigger than A ko4 hybrid than you would see more hp going 3" but can you handle the noise I have A 3" down pipe but 2.5" from down pipe back and I saw a big difference between a strait flow muffler and the chambered muffler ( a major loss in bottom end with the strait flow but more top end ) then I tried the chambered and lost some top but gained A lot of bottom .How often when you race is it over 100 mph? I rarely on the average day find some one willing to over 100 mph on the street race so what did I need all of the top end for Don't know if this helps any and the debait could go on all day and I'm babbling so L8ter
  • AlexKomala
    some fags car. idk who it is. found it on the side of the road. its gay.
  • damgrmn
    Like the car.But com on man put a real cold air intake on it you can even just buy the stuff from a hard ware store in town but get rid of the rippled pipe that is losing you power more than helping even auto parts stores have universal piping and rubber boots that would do better than that. I'll give you my props for trying but its your car just trying to help
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