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1.8T Challenge Entry of the Week

Apr 9, 2003

Owner: Chris Kopitzke

Year/Vehicle/Model: 1988 Rallye Golf
Engine Block/cylinder head: Stock Block/AEB
Internal Mods: Ported and Polished Head, Schrick cams
External Mods: Garrett GT30, 3" exhaust, downpipe, Spearco front-mounted intercooler, tubular manifold
Engine management mods: 820cc injectors, Autotronic SMC
Transmission (type and modifications): Centerforce clutch
Suspension mods: Koni coilovers, Neuspeed 28mm front swaybar.
Brake system mods: Dual piston Audi calipers with EBC pads, rear, stock with EBC pads
Wheel and tires: 17 x 7 BBS RC
Tell us why your car should be in the Challenge: It will be the only Rallye and it has good power.

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