About this homepage

Established in 1946 as a tuner of the classic VW Beetle, Oettinger Krafttechnische Spezial Anstalt was the beginning of a
wellknown tuner for Volkswagen. As time went on, Oettinger kept on developing solutions for VW and Audi under the name
of Dipl-Ing. G. Oettinger GmbH & Co KG.

Whereas most solutions incorporated the oldskool tuning thorugh capacity increases, some engineering also introduced
technical solutions on offer in advance of Volkswagen and Audi themselves. A milestone at this is the Golf GTI 16S, a
model featuring the inhouse Sechzehnventiler head which gave the mk1 GTI a fisty 136hp and a qualification for
Group 4 homologation. Since Audi had the same engine-specifications, in 4 and 5 cylinder form that is - they too got
tuningkits done.

This homepage has as purpose to display the technical aspects of oldskool tuning done by Oettinger for the watercooled
Volkswagen and Audi products. At first it will present an overview for the different segments, but the plan is to incorporate
more accurate, technical data on the kits as time goes on.

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Overview, Oettinger-kits for Volkswagen/Audi engines:

  1.4 60hp 1.8 75hp 1.8 90hp 2.0 115hp 2.8 174hp
  1400E G2 (ABD-) 77hp        
  1800E (AAM-)   90hp      
  1800E (AMS-)     110hp    
  2000E (2E-)       136hp  
  2800E2 (AAA-)         200hp

sourced from 1979 brochure, 1981 brochure, 1983 brochure, 1985 brochure, 1987 brochure, and articles.

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