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Will the gearbox handle it?

 
Old 12-17-2018, 06:48 AM
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Default Will the gearbox handle it?

Hello everyone.
skip the next paragraph if you want it's just the details of my car which may not be so accurate.

I have a 2010 2.0tfsi audi a5 coupe. After 175,000 km's the car started to have blowby. So as any normal person would i bored the engine gave my car new forged pistons and connecting rods, and the rest of the package, I dont remember much of the specifications but the pistons are from CP the rods are from IE. I will also be making a new custom turbo kit whith an HKS gt3 turbo and a precision waste gate. And I'm planning to get a mishimoto intercooler and a methanol kit. + maybe some valve springs and performance fuel injectors.

in short I'm modding my car with bits of what I learned to do from here and there. Power goal is 500-600hp I'm aiming for low 500 but more never hurts. My question is WILL THE GEARBOX TAKE IT?. I know my engine will but I'm scared that after spending so much time money and effort into my project that I will have to spend even more time and money on the gearbox (which I know nothing about). If any one can help I will be grateful and if you know someone who already tuned thair 2.0 Audi a5 b8. would you be so kind to point me in thair direction
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