I'd be very, very careful with that 20v wagon. In good shape with 50-60K
miles, they go for at least high teens, so this may be a reconstituted
(read: previously crashed) car. On the other hand, it may simply have a
ton of miles and be a little beat up.
Pretty easy to get more power out of, but not - as I understand - as
easy or relatively cheap as the 10v engines. Stock is 217bhp/227lb.ft.
- peter henriksen, email@example.com, issaquah, wa
94 acura legend gs
80 mazda 626
>Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 1996 11:27 AM
>Subject: '91 20V QTW opinions/2 5k FS
>I've finally located the perfect family hauler : '91 200TQW 20V, BBS,
>ABS, airbag, ht seats etc, asking $10,500, no mileage listed. What are
>paying for these now? This seems like an excellent price even if it has 100k
>miles. Are these as easy to modify for more power as the 5ktq series? Stock
>was 217hp, right? Anything peculiar to watch out for with the 20V head?
>Anyway, if I can swing it, I'd like to put up my '87 5kcst and/or '88 5ks for
>sale. Help! I'm running out of garage space.
>1. '87 5kcst 132k, 5-spd, burgundy, timing belt, clutch master cyl., brakes,
>all tune-up stuff, new Boge TG shocks, new Comp T/A tires, stiffer wastegate
>spring, (has a/c leak),Sony removeable-face 20Wx4, $3995 OBO
>2. '88 5ks 100k, 5-spd, silver blue, timing belt, all maintenance $3995 OBO
>p.s. on the UrQ vs 944T debate, no one mentioned that the 944T was assembled
>by **Audi** in Neckarsulm and has an Audi tranny which is superior to the
>in the 911. That makes it half-an-Audi in my book.
>Steve Jagernauth firstname.lastname@example.org (908) 658-8289 voicemail anytime
>'74 911/3.0, '87 944T : 'fer dee track
>'87 5kcst, '88 5ks : 'fer dee street