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Re: MAP pressure

A nice replacement for the luxo-slide off seats in a 5ktq are the seats from the
limited edition 87 4kq. They are nice grey leather sport seats and bolt directly
into a 5000. Unfortunatly, Audi only made a handful of these things so good luck
finding one.
I'll shut up now.

Douglas Hurst Quebbeman wrote:

> > *****  Bourns, Motorola, and a few other vendors made good cheap
> > MAP sensors. That and a cheap DPM  ( $15) will run you over $30
> > What's the problem with the OLD FASHIONED mechanical 30inch vacuum/
> > 30PSI boost guage available from most performance shops, ( and JC Whitney etc)
> > for about $15-20 ( or cheaper sometimes... would wonder about the accuracy )
> I've seen some listers' photos of the cockpits of their Qs, and
> frankly, while I love steam locomotives, I would rather the inside of
> my Audi not look like one.
> The closest I can bear to come to making the 5kcstq look like a
> "race-car" would be to dump the barcaloungers for the sport seats
> (which I have not yet done), and add steering wheel from the old
> GTI Fox which I salvaged many yars ago (it's slightly larger in
> diameter than the stock steering wheel, with hole-punched aluminum
> arms from the wheel to the hub. Nice AutoUnion logo in the horn
> button. I put it on the car whenever I take it to be serviced, as the
> Monkey Lads (I understand this is TM?) always manage to grime
> up the leather steering wheel.
> ok, enough rambling....-dq
> --
> -Douglas Hurst Quebbeman (dougq@iglou.com)            [Call me "Doug"]
>     QuattroClub USA# 4536              Audi International # 100024
>        74 100LS Auto, 77 100LS Auto, 84 Coupe GT, 86 5Kcstq
> "The large print giveth, and the small print taketh away."  -Tom Waits