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    So I figured I'd document my build on here and get some opinions from a broader audience since I've mainly stuck to the Audi forums. I'm basically going to catching this thread up to date whenever I get time so this isn't all going to be in real time.

    So here we go, earlier this year (February) during my senior year of High School I was browsing good old craigslist and found a seemingly clean 1999.5 Audi A4 1.8T Quattro in Light Silver Metallic with 155k miles on the clock and a 5-speed manual for only $900. The catch, the timing belt had come loose and it didn't run. I scarcely had the money to buy the thing, but I reasoned that with my summer job I could get her running in time for college at the end of summer. I called up the seller and a couple days later I was towing home my first project, the first car I purchased with my own money!

    Here are a few pics from when we got her to our friend's shop where it would sit until the end of winter (my dad wasn't too keen to give up his spot in the garage when it was so cold haha)
    IMG_2007 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    She may have been a stunner back in mid '99 when she was new, but the years had not been kind. The front bumper was wrecked from being back into a million times in the city
    IMG_2009 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    As was the rear (theres also a huge chunk of paint missing that I didn't get in this shot)
    IMG_2012 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Trunk was dented and the clear coat was peeling
    IMG_2010 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    rear pic
    IMG_2011 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    The injured heart
    IMG_2018 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Even the key was ruined haha
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    The interior was beyond trashed too, but I'll put all that in my next update. The car was in a pretty sorry state, but it had no rust, and the clutch and turbo only had 15k miles on them so it seemed like a decent purchase. Initially I was just going to make it run and call it a day, make it a beater. But I quickly decided that if I was going to spend all this time and money on it, there was no way I was going to end up with a beater. She would be a Stunner once more, or at least something close haha.

    Thanks for looking, Stay tuned for more!
    Last edited by 19birel; 10-23-2016 at 01:30 AM.

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    In for this because I just picked up a 96 A4

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    Quote Originally Posted by d0wse View Post
    In for this because I just picked up a 96 A4
    Nice, 2.8 or 1.8T?

    So fast forward a couple months after the end of the last update and thats when I finally got the car in the garage
    Untitled

    Before I started any work on the engine, I had to clean the interior. It smelled just as bad if not slightly worse than it looked lol
    IMG_1202 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr
    Rear wasn't too bad
    IMG_1201 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Random bits of wood in the trunk? Check, at least I also got some coolant, power steering fluid, and synthetic oil too
    IMG_1203 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Removed the driver seat (did the same with the passenger seat later, but no pics)
    IMG_1209 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    After vacuuming and shampooing the carpets
    IMG_1211 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    IMG_1218 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    The trunk carpet was covered in stains too
    IMG_1206 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    IMG_1207 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Even the plastic trim had turned brown...

    Before
    IMG_1215 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    After
    IMG_1214 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Even After this I had to shampoo the carpets yet again to get the smell out, I found $6 or so in change, 5 working lighters, a bit of corn husk under the rear seats, and a few unidentifiables lol. I also didn't bother reinstalling the front seats, I decided I was either going to try to fix them or replace them as they were just so bad.

    After that I decided to tear into the engine.

    disconnected the injectors
    IMG_1228 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    IMG_1229 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Unbolted the fuel rail
    IMG_1225 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr
    Stuff like this was kinda hard to reach, but because nothing is torqued on super tight, as long as you have an extension its easy enough.

    Disconnected and removed the coil packs
    IMG_1235 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr
    As you may have noticed, there's one still in there, it's the only non oem coil pack and it decided to split in two when I went to pull it, had to press it back together and finagle it out

    IMG_1236 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr
    The OEM coils have the audi logo on them.

    valve cover removed
    IMG_1243 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Cams actually looked good, no scoring, or sludge build up.
    IMG_1244 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    IMG_1246 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Next I had to disconnect some coolant hoses to get access to the intake manifold so I would be able to unbolt and move it out of the way to get the cylinder head off without completely disconnecting it. Unfortunately I may have forgotten to drain the coolant first...:roll eyes
    IMG_1250 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Got it plugged up quick enough though haha
    IMG_1251 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Then unbolted the intake manifold
    IMG_1254 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    After that was the exhaust manifold, the bolt closest to the head was the biggest PITA ever, I ruined the bolt trying to remove it. Don't have a go at any of these without drowning them in PB Blaster first or you're gonna have a bad time
    IMG_1255 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr
    The bolt I'm referring to is hidden under that heatsheild which also gets removed (there are three bolts total)

    At this point I was just waiting for my tool to come in to remove the head bolts (VW Audi uses a specialty socket for the head bolts) and then I'd really get to assess the extent of the damage. Would there be a valve sized hole punched on one of my pistons? Would I get away with just dealing with the cylinder head? Find out in the next update

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    No love for the B5? Here's another update of sorts.

    Got the head pulled once the tool came in
    IMG_1257 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    You may notice here that there are some valve reliefs in the pistons that aren't supposed to be there haha other than that they were fine, no crack or anything. There was a ton of carbon build up on them though.
    IMG_1262 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    The head
    IMG_1265 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    IMG_1266 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Kinda random, but one day I decided to try out the sound system just to see how the stock setup was (not bad actually) and found that the po left all of his CDs in the 6-disc changer located in the trunk lol
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Anyways I could leave all that carbon on the pistons so I grabbed a razor to lightly scrape off the massive chunks and then used a scotch brite pad and some engine cleaner to get the rest off

    before
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    after
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Then I pushed her outside to clean the engine bay with the pressure washer
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    So remember when I said I was going to do something about those seats? Well a friend of my dad agreed to reupholster the bottom cushions for free in exchange for me giving him some lessons at the race track (I race karts). Here was the result
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    I am beyond pleased with the result, they look brand new! After getting them home I reassembled the seats which was a bit of a pain
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr
    After getting them together I cleaned them with a brush an all purpose cleaner, and then conditioned them. The material was very dry so I conditioned them a couple time over the course of a few days. If you have leather or leatherette seats I highly recommend you do this to reduce wear as well as to give them a nice supple feel.

    Fast forward quite a ways to late summer and I had just gotten my cylinder head back form the machine shop. 20 brand new valves, new seals etc.
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    How bent were my old valves? very
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Also got a big box from ECS Tuning not long after
    P_20150718_210452 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    In the mean time, my plan to refinish my stock wheels didn't seem like it would materialize, I needed the car running before school and the wheels needed a ton of work. But one day I was browsing Craigslist and came across these 18" Audi RS6 reps on some very bald tires haha.
    01717_gPUPqYCmoRX_600x450 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr
    I had been hunting for a set of OEM wheels but the seller only wanted $100 for them and besides a little curbing and one missing center cap they looked great so I jumped on them

    Quick mock up
    IMG_20150719_152714 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Finally got the chance to throw my interior back together, it no longer smells and actually looks pretty decent IMO, still not where I want it but getting close.
    P_20150724_201441 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    My leather shift knob was really worn out so I decided to take care of it.
    P_20150724_201633 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    masked off plastic and chrome trim
    P_20150724_202052 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    and used this to restore the color, worked a charm
    P_20150724_202351 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    after
    P_20150724_202720 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    P_20150725_131303 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Let me know what you guys think! The thread is almost completely up to date, maybe 1 or 2 more posts. The way the interior is in this update is exactly as it is now by the way. Thanks for looking!

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    This is tight. Shouts out to you for saving a car! Looking forward to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan_Holtz View Post
    This is tight. Shouts out to you for saving a car! Looking forward to this.

    Thanks! Apparently the guy who was gonna buy it if I hadn't was gonna remove the front clip to throw on his wrecked S4 and then scrap it so I'm glad its getting another chance to turn a wheel haha

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    I like watching build threads where people fix the issues at hand before adding mods. Good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by becausephilchow View Post
    I like watching build threads where people fix the issues at hand before adding mods. Good work!
    Thanks! When I got the car I thought there was a ton of mods I wanted to do to it, but then I asked myself what would I do to it if it was a much newer car like my dad's 2012, and my list got much shorter. I then realized that a lot of my planned mods were sort of to compensate for the car being as rough as it was so I decided that my first order of business (besides getting it on the road lol) would be to make it look and feel as new as possible, from fixing the tear in the seats to getting rid of the glossy sheen on the steering wheel leather. Even the smallest details make a big difference.

    The more focused one is on the details the better the final outcome IMO

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    Here's another update of sorts.
    cool cars

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    Good work, I love revival threads like this, especially when they are about B5's
    Reminds me on how I started with my A4 a couple of years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ. View Post
    Good work, I love revival threads like this, especially when they are about B5's
    Reminds me on how I started with my A4 a couple of years ago.
    Thanks man! I love your Cactus Green S4 btw, it's so clean.

    After I restored my shift knob I also decided to paint my valve cover as it looked a little tired and my plastic cover had a massive hole in it.

    P_20150721_175341 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Primer
    P_20150721_175932 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Finished product
    IMG_20150721_194010 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Then I tore apart the front end to take care of the thermostat, water pump, ac belt, timing belt, tensioners etc.
    IMG_20150802_184139 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Old tensioner
    P_20150731_215940 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    New
    P_20150731_220138 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    I don't have many pics of this stage as I was in a hurry to get the car back together before school which at this point was only a few days away. I destroyed an exhaust manifold bolt during the tear down and a local pick n'pull happened to have a 1.8T B5 listed on their site so I took my first trip to the pick n'pull. I got the bolt for free and bought a few other things as well.

    Unopened OEM first aid kit, my car already had one so I gifted this to my dad to put in his
    P_20150814_174046 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    A much nicer coolant reservoir, mine was completely yellowed and beginning to crack:P
    P_20150814_174010 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    And a New hood pull as the pull tab on mine broke
    P_20150814_174030 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Not but a day later I went back again haha, decided I wanted the option of an engine cover, one of my coil packs split when i removed it and I wasn't sure if it would still be functional so I grab four coil packs, the car I was pulling stuff out of also had upgraded rear deck speakers with factory wiring hooked up to them so I snagged those as well. Also, my driver's side door handle (interior) had a worn out spring and rattles when I shut the door so I grabbed a full set of door handle assemblies (I have plans for the actual handles too)
    P_20150815_213240 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Also grabbed this ABS module out of a 2004ish B5.5 Passat for only $25, and it has the pump on it too! These are $800 new!
    P_20150816_142508 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Got her back together and took her for a test drive around the block.
    P_20150815_213305 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    The oil feed on the turbo wasn't tight enough and there was a small coolant leak coming from the flange on the back of the engine, but it ran! Got those taken care of and went for a trouble free test drive around the block.

    This is how I left the car when I left for school. Bald tires, bumper zip tied on (I snapped the bolts when trying to remove it) and dash lit up like a christmas tree because of old codes and no abs (didn't get to install module) but she didn't look half bad.
    P_20150816_155426 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    After I left I had my dad take care of a few things as I need the car after thanksgiving and I only have a 5 day break during which I need to get tyres and get an appointment for an inspection and alignment at the dealer (sub frame needs adjusted and dealer is one of the few places who will do that).

    He gave it a wash and got the bumper installed with the new bolts I bought after drilling out the snapped fragments.
    IMG-20150823-WA0002 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    IMG-20150823-WA0000 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Then he installed my ABS module and cleared all my codes
    IMG-20150911-WA0004 by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    And then I realized I forgot to actually test fit my wheels and I was kinda worried as to whether or not they fit so I had him install them so I didn't order tires for wheels that don't fit.
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Unfortunately he did't take a stance shot but these are a much wider offset than stock, she needs to get low but for now I'd say she looks pretty good

    And then as of last weekend she was loaded up and off to get resprayed! As you may remember my bumpers were trashed and I had pealing clear on the trunk so all of that will be taken care of.
    Untitled by Ayrton @ Drive19, on Flickr

    Let me know what you think!


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    Go on. I enjoyed reading your progress so far.
    Happy for you the engine is no goner.
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    Oh, and your car too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nagah View Post
    Go on. I enjoyed reading your progress so far.
    Happy for you the engine is no goner.
    Thanks! Although I had budgeted for it just in case, I really didn't want to deal with swapping in another engine haha Thankfully the original runs nice and smooth after all the repairs.


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    Looks like new!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broucksje View Post
    Looks like new!
    Thanks! She's almost there, after the bumpers and trunk get resprayed there'll just be a couple of minor details to take care of on the exterior to make it 100%


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    Nice to see someone save a B5, I got to drive one around for a day and it was a fun car to drive with the 1.8T. I hope to see this thing on its face in the somewhat near future

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    Quote Originally Posted by fackinsteve View Post
    Nice to see someone save a B5, I got to drive one around for a day and it was a fun car to drive with the 1.8T. I hope to see this thing on its face in the somewhat near future
    Thanks man, after winter it'll definitely be getting it closer to the ground as I can't handle all this wheel gap. We'll have to see how low I can get this thing without rubbing with these wide offset wheels, should be fun haha


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    good work so far mate. you far away from it running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by STU? View Post
    good work so far mate. you far away from it running?
    Thanks man! Currently she runs and drives without issue! It's only been driven around the block a few times as it's not registered and therefore has no plates, but all it needs is a new set of tires an alignment, and state inspection to be road ready. When I get home next month all of that will be taken care of and then I'll drive it back up to school.


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    Got tyres ordered today, Nankang Noble Sport NS-20 in size 225/40/R18 Should fit perfectly on the RS6 wheels with no sidewall bulge and hopefully nothing rubs later when I lower it. Anyone run Nankangs before? This will be my first experience with them so not sure what to expect...

    Car comes out of paint the 16th, and will be aligned and inspected with new tires by the time I get home on the 24th. I'm going to try and do a photoshoot as well so stay tuned for that!

    Also going to try and get the ball rolling on some mods before winter


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    Quote Originally Posted by 19birel View Post
    Got tyres ordered today, Nankang Noble Sport NS-20 in size 225/40/R18 Should fit perfectly on the RS6 wheels with no sidewall bulge and hopefully nothing rubs later when I lower it. Anyone run Nankangs before? This will be my first experience with them so not sure what to expect...

    Car comes out of paint the 16th, and will be aligned and inspected with new tires by the time I get home on the 24th. I'm going to try and do a photoshoot as well so stay tuned for that!

    Also going to try and get the ball rolling on some mods before winter
    Love that you're saving this b5! I love my b5, and lowering them is one of the best things you can do for the looks!

    As for Nankang's, I ran a set on my a4 when I had 18" Merc wheels on it and they seemed fine to me. Nankang's used to be good for a bit of tyre stretch, but not too sure how they are now as I only have 205's on a wheel that standard takes 235's and they look awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    Love that you're saving this b5! I love my b5, and lowering them is one of the best things you can do for the looks!

    As for Nankang's, I ran a set on my a4 when I had 18" Merc wheels on it and they seemed fine to me. Nankang's used to be good for a bit of tyre stretch, but not too sure how they are now as I only have 205's on a wheel that standard takes 235's and they look awesome.
    Thanks! I can't wait to lower it! I was going to leave it at stock height when I had the 16" Swings on but it looks like a monster truck now so I gotta kill that wheel gap.

    Good to hear the Nankangs are decent, they were pretty cheap so I was a little skeptical. Sounds like your running a lot of stretch! I'll be running a 225 on what I think is a 235 wheel so there may be a tiny bit of stretch but nothing crazy.


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    Well things have taken an unexpected dive with this build, painter fell behind schedule, wiring harness to a crap, and car failed inspection because all four front upper control arms and the passenger side sway bar end link all have torn bushings, the passenger side tie rod is worn,and the power steering rack boot is torn, along with the exhaust flex pipe being messed up Oh yeah, and my front brake lines are gone too...I had the shop take care of the wiring harness as I'm away at school still and my dad was able to source a replacement, but I'll be home this coming week so I'll be refreshing the front end of the car, all stock parts but should make for a good update, oh and I'll be upgrading the front brake lines to braided stainless steel units from Stop-Tech, so theres that! stay tuned!

    My order from FCP Euro-Much cheaper than I was anticipating!
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    Great job saving the car!
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    Quote Originally Posted by white out View Post
    Great job saving the car!
    Thanks man, I really appreciate it! Can't wait to finally start driving it in a few weeks when she's all buttoned up!


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