But saying 600whp and actually making it is 2 completely different things. This is exactly why there aren't all that many 600awhp A4's. Seen plenty set that goal and never end up hitting it.
I can tell you right now your not going to make 600awhp with 1000cc injectors on E85. Hope your ready to run 1600cc injectors to do that. I also hope have installed 1 huge inline pump or 2 bosch 044 pumps along with the intank pump and a surge tank to hit those numbers because a single intank bosch 044 pump will not get you to 600whp.
Those stock ndbw coils aren't going to cut it either.
Way more to it then just bolting up a turbo that can flow enough air to make 800+chp.
Here is a dyno of a VW Jetta GLI 1.8t with the Precision 6057 and the specs of the car are below.
Billet wheel Precision 6057 (Ball Bearing)
- Pagparts vband manifold (log manifold with vband connection), downpipe, and 3.5" inlet pipe
- Tial 38mm Vanded wastegate
- APR Intake manifold
- AWP Head (just port matched to mani) <-- this is a small port head as opposed to the larger port AEB engine code head in the VW/Audi world.
- Ferrerra intake/exhaust valves
- Stock cams
- JE pistons (9.25:1) and Scat rods
- Unitronic 830 File/Injectors, stock fuel lines <--- Unitronic runs 18* of timing on pump gas tunes so I assume it was atleast that much if not a few more since they were running race gas.
VP 109 Unleaded
6057 dyno at 36-37psi on race gas
Take into fact that it is a FWD car, so a AWD car is going to make less power. But it is also on stock cams, small port head and VP 109 which is 105 octane.
Modified by Audi2ptzero at 7:07 AM 4-13-2010