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Re: depressed and kicking myself...
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commiseration's. the key thing in buying a car is to know when to be
i think the change to efi from cis makes the 20v worth it in itself. that an
the much stronger bottom end torque....
but than i would say that (just as phil would say what he did).
>Date: Fri, 21 Nov 1997 08:40:00 GMT
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Phil Payne)
>Subject: depressed and kicking myself...
>In message <199711202127.XAA29756@vtoy.fi> "Jouko Haapanen" writes:
>> Thanks a million to all of you who helped, but well, it was not to be. The
>> 1990 urquattro (20V) in ever-so-immaculate condition slipped through my
>For the best, perhaps. The considered opinion of the UK Committee is that the
>20v represents only a small incremental improvement over the MB (TORSEN) model
>and commands an unjustified premium. The MB is _much_ easier to work on, a
>great deal simpler at the top end, and almost the same power and torque.
>The 'great leap' is between the WR and MB engines, not between the MB and RR.
>(For our North American lister friends - this equates to the difference
> between the MC-2 and the 3B engines.)
> Phil Payne