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RE: Recently aquired 1994 S4
According to Ned Ritchie (Intended Acceleration), that's supposed to be
uncovered. It looks a little unfinished and I've seen an S4 with a hose
leading off of it. Piqued my curiosity, so I followed it around and it
ended without connecting to anything - it just did so in a place you
couldn't see without contorting yourself. The owner said he preferred
the more finished look :-)
Congratulations on your new car! I have a 91 200q Avant (previous body
style) and wouldn't mind upgrading to the newer Avant, but the only ones
we have here in the States are the 95.5 model year S6s and they're a
little too expensive (still - I'm hoping :-).
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94 acura legend gs
issaquah, wa, usa
>From: Morten Astrup Steen [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 1997 11:04 AM
>Subject: Recently aquired 1994 S4
>Hi there all list members! I'm a newly converted Mercedes fan that now
>have joined the list of satisfied Audi customers. I really enjoy my new
>'94 Audi 100 S4 Avant w/ 2.2 ltr. turbo. The car is really easy-driven
>but powerfull and highly controllable when stressed. I love every drive!
>I have a questions that I would really appreciate if somebody could
>On the "back" side of the wastegate-valve there's a nozzle that looks
>like there suppose to be a small rubberhose connected to it, but theres
>nothing hooked to the nozzle? Is this an outlet for manual
>turbo-pressure gauge? (Theres a turbo-pressure measurement in the
>computer, not a manual gauge).
>Drive carefully, have a nice day everyone!
>Best regards, Morten.