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PostPosted: Wed Aug 07, 2019 3:42 pm 
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varia wrote:
Indeed, i was refereeing to Mr. Schulz (audipete) nephew's radiator.
But i believe ive seen similar small radiator setup somewhere else too and they had problem with this aan intaka/undersized radiator combo.

I had this custom winner racing radiator with the rs2 shroud and 500w fan, I drove my car many times in the hot summer in Angeles Crest (Los angeles, 8K feet) without any problem.



Even before that, ppl tried to do budget build (nothing wrong with that) and used aan intake.

I just wanted to keep my AAN intake as it obviously flows better than a crossover intake manifold and venturing to guess quite a bit lower intake temps as it does not cross over the engine after being cooled.


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MT Quattro wrote:
varia wrote:
Indeed, i was refereeing to Mr. Schulz (audipete) nephew's radiator.
But i believe ive seen similar small radiator setup somewhere else too and they had problem with this aan intaka/undersized radiator combo.

I had this custom winner racing radiator with the rs2 shroud and 500w fan, I drove my car many times in the hot summer in Angeles Crest (Los angeles, 8K feet) without any problem.



Even before that, ppl tried to do budget build (nothing wrong with that) and used aan intake.

I just wanted to keep my AAN intake as it obviously flows better than a crossover intake manifold and venturing to guess quite a bit lower intake temps as it does not cross over the engine after being cooled.
Same reason i wanted to keep the aan manifold plus vs usimg the 3b one i had. And i also figured better charge temps since it does not run and decent amount of the charge pipes right over the exhaust manifold

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its doable with some fabbing...credit goes to Lee Malo of Advanced Technologies in Gloucester MA...you might have seen his shop on the older Rich Rebuilds Youtube channel..


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audiPete wrote:
its doable with some fabbing...credit goes to Lee Malo of Advanced Technologies in Gloucester MA...you might have seen his shop on the older Rich Rebuilds Youtube channel..

Thats a pretty solid setup. How does it cool with the rad turned and the ducting/shrouds ran to it?


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So couple other pictures of what I have been doing, started to do the 5 lug swap and started with the drivers front. Image
I also have this Grant wheel from a old Golf I used to own, matches my door cards so was thinking about tossing it in the coupe, only problem is the car has an adapter on the steering column for a big hub wheel and will not want to come off :frustrated: Image


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MT Quattro wrote:
varia wrote:
Indeed, i was refereeing to Mr. Schulz (audipete) nephew's radiator.
But i believe ive seen similar small radiator setup somewhere else too and they had problem with this aan intaka/undersized radiator combo.

I had this custom winner racing radiator with the rs2 shroud and 500w fan, I drove my car many times in the hot summer in Angeles Crest (Los angeles, 8K feet) without any problem.



Even before that, ppl tried to do budget build (nothing wrong with that) and used aan intake.

I just wanted to keep my AAN intake as it obviously flows better than a crossover intake manifold and venturing to guess quite a bit lower intake temps as it does not cross over the engine after being cooled.


I don think with that setup you will need the more flow that the aan intake provides because your will have overheating problem.
3B intake setup works, even on high hp application
Few shops/individual still offer service to modify the aan intake, that might be a solution.

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Nice progress.


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Well progress has been a little slow the past while due to the fact the last 2 weekends I made trips to go pick up a few new projects lol (like I really need more) The coupe GT will be getting a 4kq floorpan and 7a out of the coupe to be a basic rally setup. The killer deal though was the s4, 2000MY 6 speed that was abandoned at one point and junked. Picked it up with no key or title for a couple hundred bucks. Once home I threw a battery in it and tried the newly ordered key from Audi.......and it started!!!! :D quick shake down around the block found a boost leak (drivers outlet intercooler hose popped off, lifters needed a second to quiet down a bit, and it needs new upper control arms on the right front. Car has a catback, lowering springs, and Achtuning 18'' wheels that actually look pretty good. The car is very rough cosmetically but I will gladly work on that since it is running and driving. I have greatly missed my old b5 s4 and always regret selling the damn thing, so this has made me quite happy lol. The fleet is slowly growing. Image Image Image
In the s2 "clone" build news, I decided to run a 7a valve cover, and getting an adapter mocked up to run my tial 44mvr wastegate on the oem manifold. I will get some pictures when I get home!


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Will get some pictures tonight but I started to tear the dash apart to work on the wiring side of the coupe. Also decided to run the factory radiator tilted and make some ducting to provide adequate air flow. Also trying to find somebody locally who can modify my 7a cover to accept the 2.0t coilpacks, but has been a struggle around here.


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Well sorry guys for the break in my posts! Life just knida got crazy and I havent had time to mess with the car. I also recently picked up a "barn find" 1974 Porsche 911, so I am splitting time and money between the two cars currently lol. I will post a few pics when I get home :D Coupe currently is getting the AAN harness installed and wired up. I am hoping to be able to at least turn it over by next weekend, but still am trying to decide what I am doing with the radiator situation.


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Good to see you are still working on it. Jealous on the 911. Are you doing the harness wiring yourself? I am in the middle of that right now on my swap, but using the 200 3B harness.

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