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    Quick update actually. Got a little bit done on the car today. (ANTERA PICS INSTALLED ON LAST PAGE) I cut off a new page by double posting lol.

    Think I figured out the charging issue. Got under the car and noticed the power cable to the starter was incredibly loose, like you could see daylight through the electrical connection. Tightened this pesky boi down and put the battery on a charger; back to 14 or so volts indicated and the car isn't breaking up under load anymore.



    After that, I got pretty lucky. Was at a shop with my friend who does their IT and they have a ton of old Audi body panels out back. One of the owners said I could pay $50 and take whatever I wanted. Managed to actually find a mint black S6 hood and grille with good paint. Installed it, made a huge difference!!! Previous hood was spray painted, dented, and not even a correct S6 hood. The hood from an A6 will fit and looks the same from the outside but the insulation is too thick and rubs on the timing cover.



    Also managed to get the bumper grills back in, although kind of half-assed. Everything they mount to is destroyed so used an elaborate network of zip ties until I can get a new bumper.

    Do we like the OEM grille better than the badgeless? I have one of each now.




    Was also given a set of really weird smoked rear corner lights -- they cut off abruptly so when you look at the rear of the car from the side it's smoked, but they're red when looking from the rear. Not sure how I feel about them, but I'll definitely keep them around. Installed one just to see how it looked. Really have never seen or heard of these before in my life.



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    The anteras are waaay cooler than I expected! Put some 3D Audi stickers on the center caps maybe?
    Also if you lower it some more the car will look awesome on them!

    Good on the new "correct black" hood, looks 100% better now

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    Definitely second Audi decals on the Anteras!

    And those weirdo markers could look cool...

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    Damn those wheels look great, with a touch of camber they will look perfect but really look good how they sit now. Those are some weird but really cool lights as well. Good find on the parts !
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    Wheels and grill look GREAT!

    Props to you for seeing this through.
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    I really like the grille with the Audi logo as opposed to the badge-less. Cool taillights. I actually really dig them.
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    looks hella good man! you should quick adjust that hood though


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fruttolo View Post
    The anteras are waaay cooler than I expected! Put some 3D Audi stickers on the center caps maybe?
    Also if you lower it some more the car will look awesome on them!

    Good on the new "correct black" hood, looks 100% better now
    Thanks! Definitely want to source either Antera or Audi center caps. And I agree re the hood. As for lowering, I probably won't lower it much more than this anytime soon. This is supposed to be my "spirited driving" car, but then again I didn't plan to bag my Mazda either...

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    Wheels and grill look GREAT!

    Props to you for seeing this through.
    Thank you sir!

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    I really like the grille with the Audi logo as opposed to the badge-less. Cool taillights. I actually really dig them.
    Definitely going to mount the other side and run them for a while to see how I like them. I don't want to jinx anything but I have something in the works that should make them look better.

    Quote Originally Posted by hinrichs View Post
    Damn those wheels look great, with a touch of camber they will look perfect but really look good how they sit now. Those are some weird but really cool lights as well. Good find on the parts !
    Thanks man! Thank God you can dial in camber by aligning the car, on the Mazda rear camber is pretty much either camber arms or nothing. I am having some rubbing especially in the front. Maybe I'm being a giant baby but I really don't want to mess up my fenders lol. Although on the other hand, the front fenders need to be replaced anyway.


    I'm in Albany GA for work the next two weeks, so not a whole lot going on with the car. I do have hub rings for the Anteras and a silicone Michelin Man (intercooler to crossover pipe) hose in the mail that should be there when I get home. Fuck Albany is boring. Wish I had just brought the Audi down.
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    A little preface: I used to use DSLR pics for everything, but I honestly don't have the time anymore. I wish I did, these pics suck. Maybe I will start doing legit pics eventually, but for now you guys get the idea right?


    Home for the next week and was super excited to get home! My awesome girlfriend bought me a set of Euro tail lights and the center plate tub required to make it all fit.
    This pic is upside down, but here's everything laid out. The black center piece mounts on top of the edges of the tail lights.



    Went to a buddy's house with a garage because it's been raining the past several days in order to install them. Not really a hard process -- just four 8mm nuts for each taillight, then two 10mm bolts to remove the center panel. The lights are held in with butyl tape to make them weathertight, but I was lucky and able to reuse it. Pretty nice that it was still sticky after 23 years!

    Old lights look like this:




    New lights on, you can see how the center piece mounts.




    Mocked up with a legit German license plate just for fun! Note the mismatched corner lights. I ended up going back to OEM corners just because the fitment on the smoked ones wasn't great. We'll see -- I might put the smoked ones on for real eventually.




    All done!!




    Stopped on the way home for a pic. E-brake cable didn't release all the way, smelled brakes, pulled off the interstate, hit caliper with a jack handle, we're good again lol.




    Also, had to get a pic with the girl who made it possible!! Can't describe how much better this looks.




    One more for good measure. The next things to address:
    a) Water soaking passenger footwell, probably a clogged sunroof drain
    b) Pretty serious tire rubbing in the front with these wheels. It's been so long since I dealt with this I guess it bothers me more than it used to! Maybe I'm just getting old haha. Will have to see if there's anything I can do to alleviate the rubbing.

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    That looks so goooood.

    I prefer the all red tails... but hey do your thing. Killin' it so far.

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    Loving the euro rear lights, the car is cleaning up well, great job!


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    Managed to dust off the real camera and get some pics of the Audi, although as you can see I'm a little out of practice these days. Adulting sucks. Posting this from another hotel room in south Georgia, hope to be home this weekend. It does look my tax return will be pretty decent this year, it hits my account Thursday which will be nice.

    I'm at a little bit of a crossroads with the car right now and I'd love some input. Pretty much have all of the bigger turbo parts ready to go but haven't been able to install everything, about equally due to lack of time, lack of skill and lack of confidence in the car to handle the power. A friend of mine offered to buy everything for what I have in it, which would give me some more money to put elsewhere, although I don't think I would be able to buy the same parts as cheaply all over again. Hmmmmm. It's not like I need the money to survive or anything. Toying with the idea of selling the advans too for similar reasons -- I actually love the Anteras on the car.

    Anyway, I just found out that there's a junkyard in Austell that has rust free rear doors in the correct color, as well as a trunk lid. I think the best compromise is to find body panels in the right colors to begin with rather than actually having a full respray done. Front bumpers are extremely expensive so I don't think I can do both. Think I'll sell the Advans too, just because the Anteras have grown on me.

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    I had a set of those Anteras years ago on a w124 sedan. You're making me miss those ugly slugs.
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    Read this from the beginning. Love the work you've done so far, Ben! I really like the Anteras on there.

    Did not realize that you'd moved to ATL. I miss the DurtyDubs crew there, great people.
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    Not sure how I missed this, but it's great to see another C4 on here!! I've got a built '94 S4 with cosmetic/body issues and a stock '95 S6 with good bones, so I will be Frankenstein-ing them into one complete (presumably superior) car, which will be documented on this forum when that time comes. I'm sticking with S4 bumpers, hood, lights, and trim, so I'm not sure if you're still looking for S6-specific stuff, but I'll have it. I do also have a complete 8.5/10 black Euro S6 cloth interior I'll be parting with but it's very rare in the US and you know what that means ($$$$). I realize you're not exactly trying to build a show car here.

    You asked for input, so here is mine: keep the stuff for your build, at least for now. You can always sell parts down the road if your plans change, but it's very difficult to un-sell parts. If you're not hurting for money, sit on it for a while until you're sure what you want to tackle. The car will be ready whenever you are.

    Also, that clogged sunroof drain you mentioned can kill an ECU, so that's obviously a biggie, but inspect your rain tray area as well. There are drains there that can/do clog and need to be cleared out. Water in the passenger footwell could also be a heater core... hopefully not.

    These cars are basically deathproof when properly cared for and honestly don't ask for much, it's just that parts can be hard to locate or pricey if/when you do have problems. However, the glorious sound of an uncorked 5-cylinder turbo, the oddball/rarity factor, simple understated design, and head-scratching looks you get from people make it all worth it, in my opinion. My 2002 S4 is full-tilt, 600+hp, TE-37s, Ohlins, Porsche brakes, Sporster CS's, and makes a hell of a lot of noise... 99% of people barely glance at it. In the '94 S4, I get comments, questions, compliments, strange looks, parking lot window shoppers, and cellphone paparazzi just about everywhere I go.

    Maybe yours isn't where you want it just yet, but they make for great low-maintenance daily cruisers and road trip cars when you catch up with all the stuff the last guy missed. You definitely seem like you're on the right track so far. These are some of the last "modern" cars that you can still work on with basic hand tools and jackstands in your driveway for most jobs, and probably the last Audi ever where you can pop the hood and and access 95% of the components without removing half the engine or front clip. Around 310whp is the sweet spot between stock bottom-end performance and reliability, but inspect/replace/repair mounts and other tired old rubber bits in the drivetrain first. Upgrade to the R8 coils and conversion harness when you do the rest of the turbo/fueling stuff and she'll run like a top. That's my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theseeker411 View Post
    Read this from the beginning. Love the work you've done so far, Ben! I really like the Anteras on there.

    Did not realize that you'd moved to ATL. I miss the DurtyDubs crew there, great people.
    Thanks CJ! Yup, I've been in Atlanta since last May, I took a job down here with Genuine Parts. I need to get out to Gears and Beers on Sundays, Four Rings ATL does a collaboration with DurtyDubs.

    Quote Originally Posted by toddzilla View Post
    Not sure how I missed this, but it's great to see another C4 on here!! I've got a built '94 S4 with cosmetic/body issues and a stock '95 S6 with good bones, so I will be Frankenstein-ing them into one complete (presumably superior) car, which will be documented on this forum when that time comes. I'm sticking with S4 bumpers, hood, lights, and trim, so I'm not sure if you're still looking for S6-specific stuff, but I'll have it. I do also have a complete 8.5/10 black Euro S6 cloth interior I'll be parting with but it's very rare in the US and you know what that means ($$$$). I realize you're not exactly trying to build a show car here.
    Awesome man!! Had no idea there was another owner on here. Sounds like a great plan and over time the S4 stuff is growing on me vs. the S6 stuff, but I'll definitely be sticking with S6 parts given the new hood and grille I just found. I would definitely be interested in those parts (even the cloth interior perhaps) but especially the front bumper. This cracked A6 bumper is a pain. I'm not trying to build a show car per se, but the goal is to improve performance, have fun, and save/restore the car. I've really fallen in love with this thing!

    You asked for input, so here is mine: keep the stuff for your build, at least for now. You can always sell parts down the road if your plans change, but it's very difficult to un-sell parts. If you're not hurting for money, sit on it for a while until you're sure what you want to tackle. The car will be ready whenever you are.

    Also, that clogged sunroof drain you mentioned can kill an ECU, so that's obviously a biggie, but inspect your rain tray area as well. There are drains there that can/do clog and need to be cleared out. Water in the passenger footwell could also be a heater core... hopefully not.

    These cars are basically deathproof when properly cared for and honestly don't ask for much, it's just that parts can be hard to locate or pricey if/when you do have problems. However, the glorious sound of an uncorked 5-cylinder turbo, the oddball/rarity factor, simple understated design, and head-scratching looks you get from people make it all worth it, in my opinion. My 2002 S4 is full-tilt, 600+hp, TE-37s, Ohlins, Porsche brakes, Sporster CS's, and makes a hell of a lot of noise... 99% of people barely glance at it. In the '94 S4, I get comments, questions, compliments, strange looks, parking lot window shoppers, and cellphone paparazzi just about everywhere I go.

    Maybe yours isn't where you want it just yet, but they make for great low-maintenance daily cruisers and road trip cars when you catch up with all the stuff the last guy missed. You definitely seem like you're on the right track so far. These are some of the last "modern" cars that you can still work on with basic hand tools and jackstands in your driveway for most jobs, and probably the last Audi ever where you can pop the hood and and access 95% of the components without removing half the engine or front clip. Around 310whp is the sweet spot between stock bottom-end performance and reliability, but inspect/replace/repair mounts and other tired old rubber bits in the drivetrain first. Upgrade to the R8 coils and conversion harness when you do the rest of the turbo/fueling stuff and she'll run like a top. That's my 2 cents.

    Subscribed and good luck!
    That's a good point regarding unselling parts. I could get what I paid for it, but it'll be difficult to find some of these parts as cheaply as I purchased them, plus motivation is a lot easier when you have the parts already. Speaking of parts, Marc Swanson said I should be around 300whp with my setup without billet wheel, and 330whp if I have a billet wheel put in the turbo. At this time, really not looking to bend a rod lol.

    The stuff in the footwell hopefully isn't a heater core because it's just water. Weirdly, I let the interior dry out and washed the car, applying water liberally -- no more water in the floor. I think it could be a door seal issue? Drove the car in the pouring rain before I noticed the floor. It honestly could have been water entering through one of the rust holes on the doors. Really need to get off my ass and figure out how to put the new doors on.

    I will definitely be PMing you about those parts -- post some pics of your S4 for inspiration! Would love to have them on the thread and haven't seen them on your profile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rightfullrudder View Post
    I will definitely be PMing you about those parts -- post some pics of your S4 for inspiration! Would love to have them on the thread and haven't seen them on your profile.
    I don't want to clutter your thread, plus I lost a bunch of stuff in a hard drive crash, but here's a couple from when I bought it 3(!?) years ago. It's basically a "1998 steeze" time capsule and I haven't done a thing to it really, other than drive it so far, besides pulling off the HRE's for a rebuild. I'm currently running a set of 17x8/9.5 OZ Mito Type 1's.




    The car was on daily duty until about 8 months ago when the Frankenstein build was supposed to begin, but then I had another project fall in my lap and everything got pushed back. Anyway, that will all be covered in my own thread when the time comes lol, hopefully soon. Lots of plans, interior, exterior, suspension, wheels, etc. I'll definitely give you a heads-up when the build begins and parts become available.

    I'm actually going to be moving to your neck of the woods later this year. I'm in the film industry, and Atlanta is the place to be at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddzilla View Post
    I don't want to clutter your thread, plus I lost a bunch of stuff in a hard drive crash, but here's a couple from when I bought it 3(!?) years ago. It's basically a "1998 steeze" time capsule and I haven't done a thing to it really, other than drive it so far, besides pulling off the HRE's for a rebuild. I'm currently running a set of 17x8/9.5 OZ Mito Type 1's.

    The car was on daily duty until about 8 months ago when the Frankenstein build was supposed to begin, but then I had another project fall in my lap and everything got pushed back. Anyway, that will all be covered in my own thread when the time comes lol, hopefully soon. Lots of plans, interior, exterior, suspension, wheels, etc. I'll definitely give you a heads-up when the build begins and parts become available.

    I'm actually going to be moving to your neck of the woods later this year. I'm in the film industry, and Atlanta is the place to be at the moment.
    Awesome! Can't wait to see your build. Hit me up if you need info about Atlanta. There are actually a few UrS cars here!

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    Well, had a nice weekend getting car stuff done, even if most of it was minor. Got back from Albany (for hopefully the last time) and went to go do car stuff.

    If you look closely, you can see my buddy using the hood of his Land Rover as a stool to rewire the headlights in his C5 A6 lol.




    GF took a pic of my ugly mug as significant others tend to do




    Did a bit of preventive maintenance and installed a Samco intercooler to crossover pipe hose, aka the Michelin Man. Bought it sight unseen off a forum, turned out to be yellow lmao. The OEM hoses tend to fly off, tear, etc.




    I just think this pic is funny.




    Remember those weird lights? Played with the fitment a little to bring them in a little more flush to the body. Installed both of them and we'll see how they look. I think they might be growing on me; they're definitely weird but it's pretty cool that no one in the community has ever seen these before. Even talked to some people in Europe! They look better with the Euro lights -- they match the smoked reverse lights in the inner portion of the tails.




    Rerouted ignition coil wires, cleaned up the valve cover and intake manifold a little bit. Also removed the broken fuel rail cover -- Before and after. VC and IM really need to be sanded down completely and painted, but I did what I could with the sandpaper we had. By this point I was in no condition to make a parts store run. Idk why but that one coil was driving me nuts...






    Then on Sunday, I went for a drive up to SC to pick up some wheels to bring the daily back up to snuff.






    Finally, ordered some stuff that should mean we are good to go to install the turbo and related parts. Mostly just hardware and gaskets.






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    Not sure if you ended up figuring out the origin or not, but your rear corners seem to be clear/smoked versions of these ones I found on ebay.de



    I can't nail down which particular version of the C4 100 they're from. They're obviously not the typical "pink" Euro rear corners. I have a feeling it has something to do with a particular country's highway safety laws. Maybe South Africa? I know those cars got some unique stuff. Either way, definitely rare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddzilla View Post
    Not sure if you ended up figuring out the origin or not, but your rear corners seem to be clear/smoked versions of these ones I found on ebay.de

    [timg]https://i.imgur.com/W4KUmAt.jpg[/timg]

    I can't nail down which particular version of the C4 100 they're from. They're obviously not the typical "pink" Euro rear corners. I have a feeling it has something to do with a particular country's highway safety laws. Maybe South Africa? I know those cars got some unique stuff. Either way, definitely rare.
    Wow! Mystery solved, maybe. Thanks for digging that up.

    Ended up sending the turbo off to a place called Turbo Concepts in Michigan for a rebuild and possibly a billet wheel -- we'll see when the turbo gets there Monday. Have been dealing with some issues re water getting into the passenger floorboard, and I think it's the seams in the corner of the cowl. The sealant dried out. Coincidentally, the ECU is exactly where the water is going, so the car is sitting with the ECU in the trunk until I verify the leak is fixed. I used silicone sealant which doesn't look pretty but it's inside the false firewall which no one would see anyway, and this is semi an emergency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddzilla View Post
    Not sure if you ended up figuring out the origin or not, but your rear corners seem to be clear/smoked versions of these ones I found on ebay.de



    I can't nail down which particular version of the C4 100 they're from. They're obviously not the typical "pink" Euro rear corners. I have a feeling it has something to do with a particular country's highway safety laws. Maybe South Africa? I know those cars got some unique stuff. Either way, definitely rare.

    Nah, ain't South Africa, we have the straight up 'pink' corners.. These cars are a rare sight in S.A.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevvy_dawg View Post
    Nah, ain't South Africa, we have the straight up 'pink' corners..
    The only sort of consistency I can find is B3-generation 80's and 90's (in Europe) had a similar rear corner light style, and it looks like the early C4 100's (also European) did the same. However, plenty of B3 and B4 80's/90's have red or "pink" rear corners, and so do plenty of C4 100's, so maybe it was only a temporary thing? Just the base FWD models?


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    I've been in the retail store rotation of my job, which basically means I have random days off during the week now. Took the day to fiddle around with the car, nothing major but hopefully (fingers crossed) that sealant fixed the water leak. It absolutely poured last weekend and the floor doesn't seem any wetter, even with carpet peeled back.

    Got the ignition coil cover painted and put on the car, though. There isn't as much clearance with the 2.0T coil conversion, so I had to flip the rearmost coil around to get clearance. I ended up using Duplicolor textured metallic galaxy, which is basically textured/wrinkle black with silver metal flake in it. Sanded the 20V TURBO back down to bare metal-- don't really want to polish it just because it would look too "new" IMO. Anyway, here's where we're at now. Was proud of myself for actually taking the time to buy the correct black Allen head hardware to go with the coil cover lol. Note: This is a really favorable iPhone filter. Real engine bay looks much worse.

    What's next?
    - Bought vinyl, started doing shadowline trim.
    - Also wrapping trunk gloss black when it gets warmer.
    - Turbo is in Michigan getting rebuilt.
    - Having a REALLY hard time not buying a new daily to replace the Mazda. Gf pointed out to me "you're not married, we don't live together, and you're in your 20s, why not do something fun and buy a new car"? Shit. Trying to be sensible.

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    looking good homie, where in michigan is the turbo getting rebuilt??


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