Audi RS4 Biturbo Repair

Audi RS4 Avant Quattro 2.7 24v V6 (B5) Petrol

When the turbos on your Audi RS4 start to act up there are often simple solutions, however in certain cases when the turbos have had enough it’s time to replace them. No small task on the RS4 2.7 engine, see how the team at TC Garage made light work of removing the entire engine in order to access and replace the twin-turbos alongside a new clutch, flywheel and breather pipes.

Audi RS4 Biturbo Repair

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  • Audi RS4 Front Bumper Removed and Raised on the Ramp.
  • Crane Removing the Audi RS4 Engine
  • Audi RS4 engine on a ramp awaiting work to commence.
  • Audi RS4 gearbox removed from the engine.
  • A hole in diverter valve pipe causing boost leak.
  • Breather pipes being replaced with new.
  • The old clutch plate and flywheel.
  • New flywheel fitted to the engine.
  • New turbos being fitted to the Audi 2.7 V6 engine.
  • Engine ready to be put back in the Audi RS4.
  • Empty engine bay of the Audi RS4.
  • Refitting the engine with a crane.
  • The Audi RS4 engine back in its rightful place.
  • Audi RS4 Intercoolers Refitted.
  • Audi RS4 engine covers fitted back to the vehicle.
  • Audi RS4 front panel replaced.