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Rubi PTE6062 Build - 615WHP 510WTQ

Postby mushasho » Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:42 pm

POST FROM October 17th, 2010
Some remember me from this... the savage ex-girlfriend
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or this one, the victim of shady work at a local shop
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Since then I've strayed but have been lurking the forums ever since I got rid of her...

But today I stand before my fellow forum members to proudly say that I'm back... (and still a sucker for silver)

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1993
180k mtm 1+,
Stromung Gen4,
Samcos,
Eibach on Bilsteins,
2bennet camber plates,
new coils,
new cps,
clutch done at 150k,
Ipod Interface,
17x8 DTM's on brand new Continental ExtremeContacts,
new blower fan last fall,
No LEAKS or Oil Burning (until now)..

I'm the 3rd Owner, clean title no accidents or signs of over spray etc... over 12k in receipts

plus a set of 16" ASA winter alloys with decent rubber...

No rips or tears on the inside other than rear headrests (split at the seams) and what appears to be the beginning of the dreaded sagging headliner... Owner deleted the CellPhone

exterior?... well it's rusty to my eyes but it was hard to find a 93 that wasn't... tell me what YOU think...

~OB~

PS... Only $1200 bucks

Then tragedy hit on my BDay Weekend 4/15/2011
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REAR ENDED WHILE AT A RED LIGHT...

Then Comes Rubi To The Rescue 5Days Later & Rocks MyWorld
95 S6 Tornado RED / Ecru
133k
Texas Owned NO RUST
Stromung Unknown Gen Installed in 2006
OEM RS2 Maninfold
@88K Rebuilt O1E 6-Speed Conversion filled with REDLINE synthetic 75w90 fluid. All synchros and bearings were changed as well
SACHs Clutch kit euro RS2 spec(whatever that means)
BBS CH 18x8 AUDI OEM 43ET(CH021) Complete set of 5
EBC pads with cross drilled rotors
H&R Spring
Bilstien Sports
Modified Upper Slotted Spring Mounts
Samcos
K&N Filter
Unknown Stage 1 Chip
Autometer Pillar Mounted Boost Gauge
35% Tint
Euro Lenses
55w 4300k HID's
@100k T-Belt, Water Pump, camshaft seals, crankshaft seal, T-stat housing, valve cover gasket, front subframe bushings & lower control arms & tie rod ends.

Needs:
A Really good cleaning Ecru shows EVERYTHING!
245/40/18's all around
Driver Side Heater Seat Element
Early Stage of Liner Sag
Bumper Clip

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I Needed tires so I swapped out the set from Silvia's, so currently she sits like this..
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Immediately took her to the Dyno 250whp/283lb ft... seems pretty healthy

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In the endless pursuit of power I swapped in an RS2 Turbo, OEM RS2 Injectors, and VEMS
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Enjoyed it for a week or soo


Then Came this Weekend
Hit while standing still AGAIN!
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The Drunk Driver get Arrested


http://forums.quattroworld.com/s4s6/msgs/108797.phtml

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P'Shop'd Rings Emblem

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Some more goodies lined up...

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Time to get crack'n on my BBK setup that's been collecting dust on the "bench"... Only air was used in this process for removal of pistons. Nothing else was needed to pry the dustboots off or removal of seal...

Enjoy!

Before
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Pop One out using air...
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Piston with old dustboot
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3 pieces
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to be replaced with these
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Lube & replace... 1 down 7 more to go
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Vise grip & Bolt
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Old seals actually looked good but I replaced them anyhow
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1 Done
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Both done
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Right before final tightening...
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I'm trying to minimize hacking of the bumper so I'm think of this 3" core might help in that department along with the slimmer endtank profile. So I'm hoping the .5" height difference might slide behind it easier or (with the higher placement of the inlet/outlet) slide it under without having to trim.

24" bottom length end tank to end tank

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VS

Apikol 18"core but
~33" endtank to endtank & the install manual states the top side of the endtank is 21"

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Was previously on an A4

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Pipes are in
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So it's time to rip stuff apart...
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Aparently the previous owner of the bumper had an Apikol FMIC based on the existing trimming...

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No Trimming!
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Plenty of room!
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Next time I'll use 2.25" on the outlet to intake...
but this isn't anything that a little trimming won't fix
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From this
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to this
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A little bit of this
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a little bit of that
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With the recent unexpected involuntary leave of absence given to me at work right before Christmas...I found myself yearning to complete my unfinished projects with whatever limited resources remain... here's an update on the Bosectomy, enjoy!

Run wires to the door Blue for Highs, Clear for Mids, twisted pair for tapping into the preamp level before the Bose amps...
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Custom mounting bafle made out of a couple kitchen cutting boards... light, sturdy, strong & weather proof...
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We're not blessed with door mounts, instead the speakers mount to the panel... like so
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Stock tweeter mounts have to be cut open for usage as the stock system didn't use anything there
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Scrape plastic epoxy off
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Tweeter
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I used those brackets that come bundled with plastic mini blinds for home use... a couple bends and this is what you get
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Door Complete
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Plotting out a sliding amp rack
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What's it weigh?
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Not bad at all for over 1700 RMS watts of quality power IMO
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that's it for now, guys...

Many Thanks to Marc Swanson at EFI Express for the parts & support on many parts of my build, including these...

Out with the old, In with the NEW!!!...
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New Clutch Description:
"SS Stage 4 - (KF70074-SS-X) - Extreme: The Stage 4 SS-X Feramic kits are the ultimate when it comes to delivering maximum torque to the street and strip driven car. With feramic on both sides of the disc, the clutch delivers a more positive engagement. Because feramic clutch material dissipates heat extremely fast it will give you maximum clutch life and a consistent feel each time you shift. Torque Rating: 575 ft/lbs For even more power handling, consider swapping to a single mass flywheel setup (7a/Coupe Quattro style flywheel)."
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This year 2013 Spare Block Rebuild and PTE5862 Install in the Works...
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From this

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to this...

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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby ringbearer » Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:48 pm

Keep it up Obed!
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby mushasho » Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:03 pm

ringbearer wrote:Keep it up Obed!


Thanks!!!
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby FRCFD5 » Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:49 pm

noice!
1992 Audi //S4, VEMS, GT3071R, RS2 Getriebe....



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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby mushasho » Wed Feb 27, 2013 3:03 pm

FRCFD5 wrote:noice!


thanks... :D
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby amd is the best » Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:59 pm

Looking great buddy!
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby 85oceanic » Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:11 pm

Rubi is one sharp looking ride, I like!
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby mushasho » Sat Mar 02, 2013 6:25 pm

85oceanic wrote:Rubi is one sharp looking ride, I like!



amd is the best wrote:Looking great buddy!


Thanks for the compliments guys...

Decided to get motivated and did some cleaning and organizing in preparation for the machine shop... Other than that, not much else to see here...

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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby amd is the best » Sat Mar 02, 2013 9:32 pm

I like what I see. Where'd you source your rods?
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby mushasho » Sat Mar 02, 2013 11:25 pm

Picked up in person by myself at EFI-Express... Who of course is owned by Marc Swanson, who distributes them for IROZ Motorsports, the man behind this mass exodus...

I think thats how the story goes :-?

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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby amd is the best » Sat Mar 02, 2013 11:36 pm

mushasho wrote:Picked up in person by myself at EFI-Express... Who of course is owned by Marc Swanson, who distributes them for IROZ Motorsports, the man behind this mass exodus...

I think thats how the story goes :-?

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Look at all that good info posted right out in the open. Feels great doesn't it. Also, thank you for the info :)
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby loxxrider » Sun Mar 03, 2013 12:32 am

Lol I still feel that I have to muffle myself. Gotta get my mind right! Definitely feels good.
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby mushasho » Sun Mar 03, 2013 10:55 am

loxxrider wrote:Lol I still feel that I have to muffle myself. Gotta get my mind right! Definitely feels good.


It all feels oh soo therapeutic, doesn't it...

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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby mushasho » Mon Mar 11, 2013 8:11 pm

So after an extended break from the project (read:holidays...) I decided to pick up where I left off...

A while back I had tried different recommendations for cleaning carbon deposits... Some worked better than others but all left me wanting... Yesterday I figured I can do better and took myself to a local Autozone... They suggested the typical, seafoam ect... When at the bottom of the shelf I spot this...

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Something about the cheesy yet simple label caught my attention. It was also on sale so I took the plunge...


Comes with a handy dipping tray...
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Results...
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In short, I'm reasonably pleased with the results...

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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby quattro87 » Wed Mar 13, 2013 12:33 am

I want an UrS4. I've always liked them and yours is looking great. It's been awhile since I have used the carb cleaner parts dip. That is what I always used to use when rebuilding carbs, but never really thought to use it to dip pistons. It looks like it did a great job. So what is the build going to be......AAN pistons with rods and lots of boost?
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby Hank » Wed Mar 13, 2013 12:46 am

loxxrider wrote:Lol I still feel that I have to muffle myself. Gotta get my mind right! Definitely feels good.



Lol, I keep finding myself holding back in PM's "thinking" that somebody unintended is watching. :)

Looks good man! Looks like you are doing it right!
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby ringbearer » Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:27 am

You had better be careful Hank, Ed and Marc may be spying on you ;)
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby Hank » Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:58 am

They probably are !! Lol
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby mushasho » Wed Mar 13, 2013 2:14 pm

quattro87 wrote:I want an UrS4. I've always liked them and yours is looking great. It's been awhile since I have used the carb cleaner parts dip. That is what I always used to use when rebuilding carbs, but never really thought to use it to dip pistons. It looks like it did a great job. So what is the build going to be......AAN pistons with rods and lots of boost?


I wonder what's stopping you from getting one,, it'll only be one more project ;) ... Thanks for the compliment and yeah I was shocked at how well this "carb cleaner" worked on other things... I'm now submerging all sorts of bolts, nuts and metal parts in there....

What's the build entail? Nothing more than a few "bolt-on" parts, with a PTE5862BB forcing the output to a cool +500whp on a pump/meth tune or fueled by regular pump gas+water only injection for the street....




Hank wrote:
loxxrider wrote:Lol I still feel that I have to muffle myself. Gotta get my mind right! Definitely feels good.



Lol, I keep finding myself holding back in PM's "thinking" that somebody unintended is watching. :)

Looks good man! Looks like you are doing it right!


LOL, no PM link deflection here though,... :we: ...

Thanks and I only HOPE I'm doing it right... going back and forth on the balancing topic. I'm planning on revving eventually to about 7600-7800rpm if I find that the turbo still has more in it at the "stockish" 7200-7400 range with 7a cams... Stiffer (not solid) mounts will be used as well... I feel like just improving the stock external balance a bit "while I'm in there" would be easier/possible now if I did feel the need to rev that high later. In other words, keep it all externally balanced as intended by it's creator but just further tweak it. If later on the flywheel needs replacement, then it'll be no worse than how it was from stock... But alas it seems as though it's all or nothing in the world of rotating assemblies...
So I'm going to concentrate my efforts/$$$ on the head instead and leave the balancing dilemma for those building straight up race cars...
I'll deal with :boom: later if I do rev that high later...
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby zdriver » Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:55 pm

Looks like its coming along nicely, glad I got to see its initial dyno run!
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby mushasho » Thu Mar 14, 2013 9:19 am

zdriver wrote:Looks like its coming along nicely, glad I got to see its initial dyno run!


LMAO,.. your first post was to compliment me! Thanks Chris... hahaha... now get your "China Build 2.7t" project up here...
I feel we can soon have a strong New England/NorthEast presence here if we can get most of our guys to post here...

PS. your backyard built 4" Exhaust Sounds Beasty...
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Re: Piston Clean UP

Postby mushasho » Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:57 pm

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A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded... Rebuild Time!

Postby mushasho » Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:10 am

Looking to find these bearings here in the states... can anyone here point me in the right direction, not looking for "Latvia shipping" wait time...

I'm for the whole kit:
"12 Main bearings, 10 Rod bearings, 4 Axial bearings(thrust washers)"

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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby themagellan » Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:25 am

This needs to be running already!

IS this not what you are looking for?

OEM and Oversized ones available:

http://www.autohausaz.com/search/produc ... ring%20Set
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Re: ... A tale of Rubí ... The True Story, Unfolded

Postby themagellan » Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:29 am

themagellan wrote:This needs to be running already!

IS this not what you are looking for?

OEM and Oversized ones available:

http://www.autohausaz.com/search/produc ... ring%20Set



OR if you want it tomorrow order this one before 3pm today :)

http://www.germanautoparts.com/Audi/200/Engine/12/1 :hammer:
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