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  • #76
    Originally posted by Wrath View Post
    As always with your projects Andre’ , Top notch !
    Trying my best.. Thanks

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    • #77
      Garage time..
      The cyl head needed a cleanup, so i cleaned it as good as i could. Used a brass brush and gasoline. Not as shiny and new looking as my cyl head on the S4 (wich is blasted) but good enough.
      Cleaned all threads and put in some bolts for the EM that were missing. Grinded them on the top like the original ones for better blend in. Then i mounted the EM with new gasket and new copper nuts.
      Mounted the water manifold, unsure of the direction of the banjo coupling so i didn't tighten that one. Then i wanted to mount my new cam sprocket, just to realize the Hall sender was split in 2... I have to pick one up tomorrow from one of my spare engines. Will just be a 160km tripp for the sensor, but what do you do!
      Then i started to look at the belt pulley/timing gear, cleaned the contact surfaces between the crank/pulley so they are ready to mount. Tomorrow i will rent a torque wrench from a company it's to expensive to buy one for this "one" time bolt
      The startup is getting closer and closer

      E-side before
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      E-side after
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      I-side before
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      I-side after
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      EM-mounted
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      WM-with new gaskets
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      WM-mounted
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      Pulley with new gear/diamond-washer and cleaned contact surface, ready to install !
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      Last edited by s0_big; 26th February 2019, 20:39.

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      • #78
        Started today picking up a new camshaft sensor from one of my spare engines, left home 05.20, after that it was time to go to work. While driving at work i picked up the torq wrench at a company i know well, they helped me with a lot of services as head restoration and block honing/measurment.
        After work i went to the garage. Torque the crank bolt while the engine was sitting in the engine stand wasn't easy. Had to wait for my dad to get home so he could hold the engine/stand on the engine stand to get it torqued. After that it went smooth i think. The biggest trouble i recognized when i was about to get the timing right.. I had put the inlet camshaft one tooth wrong on the chain. After i changed that, t it was all good i think. No surprises today, now i'm home with the feeling i have done good today I think i got the timing right, cams alligned 0-0, then anti clockwise 1/2 tooth on the cam sprocket. If anybody have an other opinion pleas tell me. This is what i have found on the forum. Audi Manual doesen't say anyything about this "special" timing, but i trust you guys.

        Torq wrench:
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        Bolt torqued with Loctite, 450Nm:
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        Measuring TDC, because i dont trust the org marks:
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        TDC my/org markings:
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        Previous owner bought ARP head studs, no need for that here, i went with original head bolts. Torqued 1st, 40Nm, 2nd 60Nm, 3d 1/2 turn:
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        Head gasket on, time to put the head on!!:
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        Timing 1/2 tooth off according to the S2forum, it's right?:
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        Just had to put some more parts on to see what it looked like. Looks really good
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        Thats all for today, now i will have a beer or two and then i will sleep like a baby...
        Last edited by s0_big; 27th February 2019, 23:45.

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        • #79
          nice and clean! love the looks

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          • #80
            Originally posted by rxl View Post
            nice and clean! love the looks
            Thank you, that keeps me going =)

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            • #81
              Excellent work! Looks stunning.
              Not sure about the half tooth out but I'm not the person to ask. Don't bin your ARP studs. They are 're useable and arguably better than Reinz. Someone will buy them I'm sure.
              S2 Avant in restoration
              S3 Sportback daily
              Terrecan parts collector

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              • #82
                Originally posted by Tractor Dave View Post
                Excellent work! Looks stunning.
                Not sure about the half tooth out but I'm not the person to ask. Don't bin your ARP studs. They are 're useable and arguably better than Reinz. Someone will buy them I'm sure.
                Thanks! The half "tooth" out is not mentioned in any manual, but i trust the forum members, https://www.s2forum.com/forum/techni...2-timing-marks
                No, i wont throw them away, i know the price, have ARP in my Urs4. I can have them just to look at, because they are good looking . But this will be a standard car so the standard head bolts will be just fine.
                Last edited by s0_big; 28th February 2019, 17:41.

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                • #83
                  Very interesting and unique to your engine! I didn't know that.
                  Loving your build pics. Keep them coming.
                  S2 Avant in restoration
                  S3 Sportback daily
                  Terrecan parts collector

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                  • #84
                    Not much have been done since the vaccation. I have been moving to a bigger apartment as well, so money and time has been priored to this at the moment..
                    But! Today i bought the last missing piece of my door trims that were missing for some strange reason. Was not easy to find them all, but at last =) Will take a moment until next update, i need a new tubo, saving up for it now. When the turbo is home, i think i have it all to assemble the car!
                    Pictures of the door trims:
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                    • #85
                      Waiting on the money to get my new RS2 turbo.. Meanwhile i've got back my gearbox/engine mounts from anodising. They were raw aluminium when i got them. Turned out nice i think! Without anodising they would look wery unhappy in a couple of years. Better safe than sorry

                      Before coat:
                      45764-eb34536b34a8760013170e8d73132246.jpg After coating:
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                      Assembled again:
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                      Next step, getting the new RS2 turbo. Then i will get the car ready for the engine.

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