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  1. Thread: uRS6+ Build

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    I've been planning to do a build thread, once...

    I've been planning to do a build thread, once it's really ready.
    But the progress is super slow.

    Here's one of the older pics I have on hand....
  2. Thread: uRS6+ Build

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    I like the new location much more. In fact, I'm...

    I like the new location much more.
    In fact, I'm running a very similar setup in my RS6. Only a bit bigger turbo. ;)
  3. Thread: uRS6+ Build

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    There's plenty of room in the engine bay. This...

    There's plenty of room in the engine bay.
    This design decision was deliberate, I think.
  4. Thread: uRS6+ Build

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    No easy answer. Mild steel is significantly...

    No easy answer.
    Mild steel is significantly cheaper, easier to weld, has better resistance against "temperature-induced" cracking due to lower expansion, but can rot.
    Stainless can crack very...
  5. Thread: uRS6+ Build

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    ...restricted :hihi:

    ...restricted :hihi:
  6. Thread: uRS6+ Build

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    Your planned turbo is air cooled, no water. So...

    Your planned turbo is air cooled, no water.
    So you'll have to delete aux pump & afterrun system.
    It's sole purpose is to cool the turbos after shut-off to prevent oil coking.

    Can't tell you off...
  7. Thread: uRS6+ Build

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    Didn't notice many questions, rather just...

    Didn't notice many questions, rather just statements of what you'll be using. :)

    No experience with the clutch, so no comments there.
    1000cc injectors are overkill for pump, but will work fine....
  8. Thread: uRS6+ Build

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    If you want the thing to be remotely reliable -...

    If you want the thing to be remotely reliable - do yourself a favor and pick up a set of S6/S8/A8 NA exhast manifolds and just elbow off of that. Custom made tubular stuff tends to crack really...
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