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Hey everyone... Looking to get an opinion on what to do next on the car. Here's my current specs. Mt end goal was 700rwhp but feel I can get it up a bit more (7 before having issues with rear end, drive shaft or tranny. E85 not an option.


'09 A6 Sedan w 107km: Kooks long tube w X pipe, cat delete, stock mufflers, Qtp cutouts, Airraid Cai, 2.55 upper, 9.10 lower, 850 injectors, Ngk 7xi plugs, Stage 2 cam w Johnson lifters, ice box resovoir, Track Attack Hx, AEM Meth injection, 17" drag pack , 708rwhp (best) 10.67 @ 135mph

Any thoughts?

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Larger injectors?


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Ported heads(stock or aftermarket castings)
Ported blower
That’ll wake her up a bit
 

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Next incremental step would be bigger injectors then maybe porting blower, TB, then heads....
Welcome to the modness.

Or follow this crazy progression:
A Seriously Surly Coupe
 

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I'd log the IDC and see how much room you have. 850cc injectors can support something like 850-900HP at the crank. You'd need to upgrade your fuel pumps to hold the pressure before upgrading the injectors I bet.
 

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Thanks guys for your replies. So from what I'm reading....

*1050 injectors.. Which I probably should have done originally grrr

* port heads, snout and blower

* Tb... Tuner recommended 90mm...should it go bigger?

I'd like to think I'd be happy from these additional mods and get her around the 750 mark.
 
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