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Re: How easy is it... (Engines) V6 to S4 Conversion
No, good ole' Levent has never stepped up to the plate on this subject.
Kinda reminds me of the type that swears he can whip your a** in a fight,
but refuses to get of the sofa. So Levent, glove up and come on outside.
> From: John Karasaki <email@example.com>
> To: Levent Cur <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: How easy is it... (Engines) V6 to S4 Conversion
> Date: Wednesday, September 09, 1998 11:48 AM
> If this is a continuation on the earlier thread where you baited the list
> with propaganda then didn't reveal how you got that much power from your
> V6, STOP!
> Levent, other ranters that didn't back up their claims we beaten up on
> list. Come clean. Post some details, will you?!
> At 09:32 AM 9/9/98 -0400, you wrote:
> >Now that I've achieved my 246 hp out of my 100CSQ, i was wondering how
> >would it be to do an S4 engine swap??? I have a friend who wants my
> >engine!!! also what you i have to exchange with him for it to work...
> >Sure my V6 is by far faster than any <<STOCK>> S4... But i can have so
> >much more power with an s4... Also i was wondering... S4 owner's can
> >break all four wheels loose on dry pavement?
> >Levent Cur
> >'93 100CS Quattro (Mine) 84,000 Miles (Mint)
> >'87 5000CS Turbo (Sister's) 196,000 Miles (Near Mint)
> >'83 Volvo 240 DL (Mine) 245,000 Miles (Close to Mint)
> Best Regards,
> John Karasaki
> "Alle Rowdies fahren Audis"
> '82 urq (stops on a dime)
> '86 4kq (boy, they total Audis for little reason)
> '87 coupe gt ("crash me into a car" red - 4 sale $1000)
> '87 5ktqw (daily beast of burden)
> '87 5ktqw (parts car after tree incident - parts 'o plenty)
> '90 V8 (wife's; soon to have 944T brakes!)