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Car is a 2003 RS6 with the following mods:

Alcon Front brake upgrade 370mm
Hotchkiss sways
KWv3 Coilovers
Custom Catch Can arrangement
Re-cored intercoolers with 4.25' thick intercoolers
Upgraded Diverter valves
Wagner Silicon Hose kit
B7 RS4 Wheels
Milltek Downpipes
Milltek Exhaust
Deletes, n75, n249, n112, secondary 02s
Blitz i-color spec-R boost controller
Dual Twin Scroll GTX3071 Turbos (T3 divided inlet/vband outlet: turbine housing)
Dual 38 mvs water cooled external wastegates (springs set at 12psi)
Manual conversion using OA3 (B7 RS4) gearbox
Clutchmasters FX 850 twin plate clutch
Currently running Automatic Tune (Need to do a proper tune for her)

Next Steps:
Upgrade Injectors to 850cc EV14 (Stock injectors are maxed out at 12psi)
Upgrade MAFs to S4 housings
Surge tank with twin pierburg pumps

At this point I should be able to run 15-18psi if the engine holds together  Wink

Future:
I'm currently building an engine with:
Fully worked heads (heavy duty valve springs, Ti retainers, Oversize one piece stainless valves)
Pauter Rods
Mahle Forged Pistons
Cams, not sure yet.

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During fabrication





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Ready to put back into the car





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The images do not display as they are hosted by another forum that requires a password.
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Milka
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Doh! Ok I will have to find some time to upload them somewhere else, I totally did not even think about it and of course I was logged into the other forum... I will fix it very soon, sorry
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Here you go, let me know if that works better, tried using photobucket instead
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works fine now

nice work Smiley
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HOT DAMN     Shocked!
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That is very nice.  Welcome to the 6 speed RS6 club.

I'd love to hear about the compatibility of the 0A3 with the RS6 block.  Please PM me with some details at your earliest convenience.
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Using the 0A3 should do fine thats the gearbox Champion Racing used with their RS6 for the season.
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Love it. Nice build!
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Epic stuff! Nice to see another RS6 on here Smiley
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must see moar
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I have a full build thread on another forum with pretty much everything documented and tons of pics, only thing is you would need to register to view the pics.  If there is anything specific you would like to see let me know and I will re-post pics here otherwise you can check out:  http://www.ozaudi.com/forums/showthread.php/20790-Milka-s-RS6-Build-thread/page6
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Ok back for some more work since the original post car has done something like 40k kms, now running a Tilton Triple plate carbon-carbon clutch, 1000cc EV14 injectors.

One of the turbos has injested something, not sure how, but doesn't really matter a refresh is required...

Has anyone done a comparison between the original GTX3071 vs the GTX3071 GEN2?  Or a similar Gen v Gen2 comparison?
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