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2011 GTI - Black 4dr - Manual - K04 - $10,000obo OH

dwknotts

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Enthusiast owned and meticulously maintained 2011 VW Gti autobahn with 108000 miles and clean title. Rare combination of 6 speed manual with Autobahn package. Leather sport seats, navigation, Dynaudio 300W premium audio, adaptive (AFS) bi-xenon HID headlights, keyless entry/start, power sunroof. With the K04 and APR software, the extra power is totally transparent. The car makes around 350 wheel hp while still averaging 30+ mpg. Price negotiable

This car is a practical, reliable, daily driver. It's been my daily since I purchased in 2018 and I have had zero issues. I have followed the VW maintenance schedule on all items and Liqui Moly oil changes every 5k miles. I have Blackstone labs analyze oil samples every 2-3 oil changes, no issues reported. Mechanically the car is in great shape. Until April of this year the car had always been garage kept; it's sorted, adult driven, never abused, and obsessively maintained. I bought the car with 75k miles, so it's averaged about 6,500 miles per year. No leaks or rust. I’m selling because we’re thinking about starting a family and I need a bigger vehicle that’s automatic.

All parts below installed at ~55k miles (previous owner installed, I have receipts for all work)
- APR K04 turbo swap with APR software
- Eurojet 3" turbo back catless exhaust (I also have cat)
- APR Carbon fiber CAI
- Audi S3 intercooler
- Audi TTRS hybrid clutch
- Raceland coilovers

Installed since I have owned the car
- New battery (Nov' 23)
- Short shifter
- Moomba 400g shift knob
- Replaced factory injectors (at ~80k miles)
- Carbon cleaned intake valves (at ~80k miles)
- Intake manifold (recall performed by VW)
- Water pump (recall performed by VW)
- Audi R8 coil packs
- PCV valve (at ~90k miles)
- ECS tuning rear control arm bushing kit (at ~90k miles)
- ECS tuning front subframe locking collar kit (at ~105k miles)
- Heavy duty sway bar endlinks (at ~105k miles)
- Enkei 17"x8" TS10 wheels wrapped in 245/45 R17 Michelin Pilot sport 4S tires

Included with Purchase
- All receipts and records of anything ever done to the car (see image)
- 18" VW Topas wheels with Bridgestone RE71 tires included. (I run a winter/summer setup on the car)
- VAGCOM OBDII cable (This allows complete control over ECU and ability to see any and all codes)
- factory carpet floor mats
- High flow cat
- stock intake
- stock shift knob
- stock intercooler
- factory friction disk

The Bad
- There is some very light curb rash on two of the wheels. Still holds air and does not affect balancing, see images.
- Roof liner adhesive is starting to fail at the back seats - easily fixed just haven’t had time, see image.
- Front upper strut mounts need to be replaced. They make popping noise under slow speed cornering but do not affect handling of the car and pose zero safety risk. The parts are $80 and would take about an hour to replace. Professional mechanic performed the diagnostic.
- Paint is consistent with age. Still looks great but has chips here and there from normal daily driving.
 

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aspro_gti

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Bro bumped after one day. lol.
It'll take a while to get hits.
Also, 350whp seems a bit high for non-hybrid K04. Do you have a dyno sheet? I wish my 93oct K04 made that much. I think the non-hybrid K04s generally they fall between 310-330whp on 93. Are you running ethanol? If so I'm curious because fueling tends to reach its limit at the K04 level.
 

dwknotts

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Bro bumped after one day. lol.
It'll take a while to get hits.
Also, 350whp seems a bit high for non-hybrid K04. Do you have a dyno sheet? I wish my 93oct K04 made that much. I think the non-hybrid K04s generally they fall between 310-330whp on 93. Are you running ethanol? If so I'm curious because fueling tends to reach its limit at the K04 level.
Gotta keep the ol' girl front and center my dude lol

Unfortunately, I do not have the dyno sheet but I knew the tuner really well and trust the dude. He told me that well after I had already bought the car so no reason to inflate. Also, dyno tunes have a lot of range too based on atmospheric conditions, type of dyno, etc. so it's well within reason. The guy I bought the car from was an R&D engineer at Borg and told me the turbo wasn't an off the shelf K04 so it very well could be a hybrid, not sure. For daily driving it didn't matter to me.

No ethanol, fueling usually isn't an issue with K04 builds like this. It's never given me issues but I also don't make a habit of WOT hits either lol
 

aspro_gti

Drag Racing Champion
LPFP is case by case really. Some people are fortunate and don't need an upgrade, some people do need one. From my research, the K04 still has room for power, but you need to supplement it with more cooling/octane (ethanol burns at a richer AFR so you need more of it, but I bet you already know that).

If it's a hybrid then it makes sense why it's making mo powah.

Good luck with selling, it's a nice car.
 

dwknotts

New member
LPFP is case by case really. Some people are fortunate and don't need an upgrade, some people do need one. From my research, the K04 still has room for power, but you need to supplement it with more cooling/octane (ethanol burns at a richer AFR so you need more of it, but I bet you already know that).

If it's a hybrid then it makes sense why it's making mo powah.

Good luck with selling, it's a nice car.
yep, one of those situations where I never had issues with fueling and it was more than enough power for a FWD daily, so I left it alone. If I want more power I take the track car around the block 😁
 
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