Hall of Fame Voting Nominee accomplishments can be viewed lower on this page. [socialpoll id=”2414836″] Go to top Nominees MarkPCreated an Excel based data manipulation and display tool for online sharing of vehicle performance data generated by ECU Explorer - the MarkP template. It also incorporated an automatic FATS time calculator. Mike2kS4Author of one of the first Audi B5 S4 engine pull Do-It-Yourself (DIY) articles. A thorough step-by-step guide for the procedures needed to allow for a turbocharger upgrade. Daz DillingerInstrumental in making the information contained on the Nefmoto site understandable to the average owner. Personally helped many owners with tuning the software on their S4's. Jason TellerCreator of JETs A4 Pages, a website that he evolved into Audiworld, one of the most significant online forums for B5 S4 owners during the first decade of the cars existence. 034MotorsportA business that has continued introducing new products for the B5 S4 long after other vendors had abandoned the product line. ZillarobShares his knowledge with anyone (even the noobs) seeking help in a clear detailed way so they understand while learning something new. Chris O/ VerrucktEarly adopter that generously shared his knowledge and experience. And continues to share his insight as an Audi engineer. William Rob'The Tip Guy' First tip in 11s? / K04 car Shares everything. Helps all fellow Tip members. Pushes that aspect of the platform. Inspired me to Stage 3 my Tiptronic. DonPDon Pavlik was testing aftermarket products for the B5 S4 as soon as the car arrived, publishing his findings on Audiworld. His reports helped new owners decide what upgrades to make on their cars. Martin CacajPractically builds these cars for free, always offering to help with parts and builds as well as advice on the forum. Stand up guy, only person I would trust with my car other than myself. nyetNye advanced the MarkP template to become ECUxPlot, another community standard application for sharing performance data. He is a key member of the Nefmoto tuning forum and developed the ME7Sum software for checksum checking and manages updates to the S4 Tuning Wiki. TighTEvery car he touches is gold. ScottyHis spreading of his knowledge in the driveline area of our vehicles has helped many of us understand and modify accordingly. Not to mention his quality of work at a better price than most! Blake BeadleTuning and all around support. Jason SowersHah. Pretty cool guy that seemed to get what the b5 was about. Jason PetekPioneered a lot of power adder options on his dyno. Has developed awesome tunes and started a whole new level of bolt-on horsepower in the group. JballouJustin has given the community some awesome and very detailed DIY videos for the community. Eric FletcherWhat didn't he do? The guy can eat 20 cheeseburgers at a time while flying helicopters and racing TranAm APRAt the forefront of performance advancement and product development when the B5 S4 was introduced. ECU Explorer put robust data logging capabilities into the hands of owners. AWE-TuningOn par with APR in helping to advance the B5 S4 in its early days. AWE's SMIC's remain a favorite over a decade after introduction. EPLTony Chick took B5 S4 tuning to a new level, advancing the platform and making custom tuning a more common reality. Johnny BravoMastermind behind the TiAL turbochargers; products designed to maximize power output without compromising drivability all while being compatible with stock exhaust components. Silly Rabbit MotorsportsDeveloped game changing side mount intercoolers that delivered top level performance at a fraction of the cost of the competition. FrankenTurboUshered in the era of lower cost K04 alternatives with the introduction of the F4H-BT. Tony @ NefmotoProgrammer, software engineer, genuine guy. FlyboyFor all the extensive testing he does on the b5 s4 platform. And while it may look like you nominated yourself, you can say that Pitgrrrl from Quattroworld nominated you! 🙂 | I'd like to nominate you Jeff for your contribution to getting the APR H-Box(and eventual Stg3 v2 code release for all ECUs) tables fixed. Had you not donated your car to APR for testing purposes all of the APR kit cars would still be stuck in the ~420chp release levels. Having beta'ed that code developed on your car was a great, rewarding experience. HalC berTTosEarly adopter. Tuning and support and regular contributor to nefmoto..