View Full Version : (AK) 2000 Audi B5 A4 1.8TQM $10,000 OBO

08-10-2008, 04:16 PM
So... can't really afford to fund my other hobbies and insurance/payment on this beast, so I'm letting her go. I'm a lot more of an old skool kinda guy anyways, I'm picking up an 83 GTi where all my money will go. $10,000 360 649 8580 ask for Burke. Located on Ft. Richardson. It's registered in WA, so I have no emissions BS sticker or whatever.

-ATW 1.8T
-New coil packs
-New spark plugs
-timing belt replaced 20k ago
-New o2 sensors
-new green top CTS
-APR 91 octane software
-APR snub mount
-034 Motorsport coilpack cover
-034 intake manifold spacer
-ATP 3" test pipe
-2.5" exhaust with Magnaflow muffler
-20squared combi valve block off plate
-20squared SAI resistor
-S4 engine mounts
-5w30 MOBIL1 fully synthetic oil with OEM filter
-some kind of vaccum pump replaced about 100miles ago (nomenclature escapes me now, but I have the receipt)
-tranny/diff fluids changed about 5k ago with either Redline or Royal Purple, I don't remember
-034 solid transmission mount
-Stern poly mount
-B&M short shifter
-A8/TT front upgrade with Zimmerman rotors and PBR ceramic pads
-034 B7 rear upgrade (300mm!) with B5 S4 calipers, OE B7 S4 rotors and PBR ceramic pads
-Stainless steel braided lines throughout
-Motul RBF 600 brake fluid
-Tein Basic Street coilovers
-CPP rear adj. swaybar end links
-K-Mac bushings in upper control arms.
-Black pearleffect paint
-S4 grille
-de-badged aside from Audi rings
-DIY french fogs
-Smoked side markers
-Tan pleather
-Sport steering wheel
-Greddy turbo timer (not wired in, filling the void from the broken cup holder)
-Autometer single A-pillar pod with boost guage
-S4 instrument cluster, oh shit handles, visors, dome lights, etc. (I have a shit-ton more interior trim pieces back at home in WA that I can ship up for you)

IT NEEDS A CLUTCH. It is driveable, as I use it as a daily, but don't try to race it because you will go nowhere. Does good in the first few gears, but trying to do a WOT pull in any gear higher than 3rd will just slip. I haven't owned it but a few months, and clutch is no worse than when I bought it. As long as it's not abused, I don't see any reason why it can't be driven on for thousands and thousands of miles more. The S4 cluster reads about 77k I think, but it has just over 130k. Most emissions shit has been removed (not sure if it'll pass emissions the way it is). Pics: