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    Auto A4 to M6

    Is it actually possible to convert a C5 A4 to a M6?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedicous View Post
    Is it actually possible to convert a C5 A4 to a M6?
    I wouldnt see why not

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    Yes.
    Isn't cheap.



    Stall the car and you will suddenly not mind the A4 so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
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    Stall the car and you will suddenly not mind the A4 so much.
    Well, i've been driving a stick for over twenty years and poses two imports right now and they're both stick. Stalling isn't an option. But the Z28's motor seems to be getting tiried, i can get a C5 rolling chassis for 5-6k shipped. The motor for the Z28 & i thought drive shaft & trans to convert the C5, The rolling chassis even comes with the pedals & then i would sell the extra parts left over like brakes, suspension, wheels, etc. Most of the time i wish the C5 was a stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
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    Stall the car and you will suddenly not mind the A4 so much.
    I was thinking about a stall and a 3.42, do you think it will make that much of a difference?

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    I have a T/A 2001 A4 and im thinking to install 4.10 and i keep reading "stall your Car" ? what does that mean? what is stalling the car?

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    It means putting a higher rpm stall torque converter in your car. Makes a big difference on A4 cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ananmech View Post
    I have a T/A 2001 A4 and im thinking to install 4.10 and i keep reading "stall your Car" ? what does that mean? what is stalling the car?
    I'm going with a 3600 stall & 3.73 for the C5.

    Here, this should help. http://www.fuddleracing.com/WhatConvertersDo.html

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