USP Motorsports | 2.7T 2.5" Full Turboback Exhaust System Audi A6 Allroad
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The USP Motorsports custom turbo-back Exhaust for the 2.7T Audi A6 Allroad consists of a full 2.5" mandrel bent system. Cat-less downpipes, x-pipe, and 18" mufflers.
Audi Allroad 2.7T Custom Exhaust vs Audi A6 2.7T Custom Exhaust
Audi Allroad 2.7T Stage 3 - Custom ss304 race catted down pipes v-banded to
Custom true dual 2.5" ss304 2 borla round resonators + 2 borla oval
mufflers out back with 3.5" Slant double walled tips.
Audi A6 2.7T Stage 3- - Custom ss304 race catted down pipes v-banded to
Custom true dual 2.5" ss304 2 Magnaflow round resonators + 2 more round
Magnaflow resonators out back with 3.5" Slant double walled tips.
2003 Audi Allroad Quattro BiTurbo Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Review
Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube's largest collection of automotive
variety! In today's video, we'll take an up close and personal, in depth
look at the 2003 Audi Allroad Quattro. A unique wagon with the
capabilities of a small suv, not to mention a fully adjustable air ride
pneumatic suspension system. Off road ability and comfort for those
looking for practicality without compromise. During this presentation, we
will take a 1st person look at what the vehicle is all about beginning with
the start up, performance data, fuel economy, the occasional track data,
and build quality. Also, I will teach you how to use most of the interior
and exterior features in a detailed fashion, that before, you could only
get from going to a dealership yourself! Throughout the video, I will
highlight key styling and unique differences about the vehicle, any
available options, and of course it would not be an enthusiast car video
without the good ole engine portion with rev and Exhaust note with interior and exterior
perspectives. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a
greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
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Audi Allroad Headlight Repair
This is a quick video a have made to demonstrate how easy it is to repair
the appearance and performance of the Audi Allroad's Headlights.
This will work on most headlight lenses with a similar design. This method
requires use of a number of different grades of sandpaper to remove Pitts
and Rough surfaces in your headlights glass assembly. Several cleaning
steps, a polish and finally applying a UV Coat to restore to almost
This was a very cheap headlight repair kit purchased from my local auto
parts store, This particular one set me back $50.
Remember the last step is most important. Take care applying UV coat it
drys very quickly and i think i applied too much, which caused a slight
oily film under close inspection.
I'm posting this to help save you guys from forking out big bucks on new
headlights, and I remember how hesitant I was to attack the Audi with
Good Luck with the restoration
Australian Spec. Silver 2003 Audi Allroad
Credits to my mate Rob "Bobedlic" Jost for providing some nice loyalty free
tunes for the Video.
Track one. It's the 80s
Track two. Neo Cube
Filmed on Toshiba X100
Al poner en marcha el motor, el compresor aumenta la presión de aire del
circuito, perdida por una fuga, y lleva la suspensión a niveles normales.
500 hp Audi S4 quattro vs 12"+ of fresh snow! Unstoppable...
Last night we enjoyed a great winter storm, well over 12" (30 cm) at my
house. I wanted to see if my lowered Audi S4 on Dunlop Wintersport 4D snow
tires was up to the task going through such deep snow.
A guest appearance is made by my 6 hp Subaru powered Ariens Snowblower
Arnott Air Springs / Bilstein Shocks Installation for Audi Allroad Quattro – Tutorial and Review
Arnott Air Spring Assembly A-2239 -
This video is a step by step guide on installing the Arnott Front Air
Suspension for the 2000-2006 Audi Allroad Quattro. This video will show you
how to replace the front air spring with the
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Removal step 1: Wheel removal- Start by removing the wheels lug nuts. Once
the lug nuts are removed carefully take off the wheel.
Removal step 2: Disconnecting the shock assembly- Start by disconnecting
the airline, then remove the lower shock retention nut and bolt followed by
the upper control arm pinch bolt which holds the two ball joints to the
Removal step 3: Removing the shock assembly- Begin by removing the plastic
bezel, then remove the 3 bolts holding the upper mount to the body. Finally
remove the whole strut.
Install step 1: Removing the air spring upper mount- Loosen and remove the
six bolts holding the air spring to the upper mount, separate the upper
mount from the air spring.
Install step 2: Reassembling the strut assembly- Lubricate internal O-rings
please note: When installing with a factory spring reuse the factory lower
O-ring. Install the air spring on the strut. Install the new O-ring into
the face screw located on the top side of the air spring. Lubricate the
newly installed O-ring. Install the top cap and bolt then tighten. Finally
replace the cast aluminum shot capped and replace the six torques bolts.
Install step 3: Installing the strut assembly- Place the strut assembly
into positions. Replace the lower shock retention nut and bolt. It may be
necessary to use a jack to get the top mount to align to the top three
bolts and guide pin. Install the three shock top mount nuts and tighten to
manufacturer specifications. Finally replace the plastic bezel.
Install step 4: Reconnecting control arm and airline- It may be necessary
to use a jack to reconnect the upper control arm pinch and bolt which holds
the two ball joints to the knuckle. Tighten the lower control arm bolt,
reinstall the airline fitting on the top of the air spring to inflate the
Install step 5: Installing the wheel- Reinstall the wheel and tighten all
lug nuts to manufacturer specifications.
Install step 6: Completing the install- Lower the vehicle to the standard
vehicle height from the lifting platform initially lower the lifting
platform slowly and only completely when the vehicle raises up its own
accord, start the engine then wait two minutes operate the raising function
the car's electronics.
Installation completed, congratulations.
Introducing the JHM RS6-R Turbo Kit for 2.7T Audi S4s, A6s, and allroads
Introducing the RS6-R turbochargers from
JHMotorsports for your B5-S4, C5-A6, and C5-allroad 2.7T. These are the
most unique and budget-friendly, custom RS6 based turbochargers offered to date for the 2.7T engine.
These turbochargers utilize several
custom pieces including newly designed, high-flow, virgin bronze journal
bearings and custom, high-strength piston rings to name a few. All Center
Housing Rotating Assembly (CHRA) components used are tremendously improved
over conventional RS6 or K04/RS4 units on the market. These turbos come as a complete setup and are extremely
well balanced. They feature quick low to mid-range Boost response, hammering mid-range power, and
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Trying to break an Audi allroad in half
So I go away for what I thought was a relaxing Easter weekend on a farm in
the Cederberg with some friends. Turns out the farmer is a 4x4 buff and has
laid out a challenging technical course... He was very keen to see what my
allroad could do - and so was I!
Unfortunately I was too busy driving and trying to keep up with him to get
much footage, but for this obstacle I asked the farmer's neighbour to video
me going into and out of a ditch to test suspension and traction control...
I struggled on some of the slow steep sandy sections (wrong tyres!) but was
pleased a couple of days later when he had some visitors from the Cape Town
Landrover Club - and they couldn't do those sections either!
Well I did read somewhere that the Audi allroad is the only all-wheel drive
"softroader" that has successfully completed the Landrover proving grounds