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Re: Audi Turbo Differences

Seems a few people have it figured out,
	I recieved a few replies that all the 84's (I read that as Most
due to slow phase in like you said) are the Air Cooled.  While 85's (again
I read as most) are Water Cooled.  
	Seems to hold true from everyone I've heard from.  People with
84's seem to have air while 85's like mine are Water.
	Hmmm, Now which ones had the RS-2 stock again???  Oh, wait, wrong
years and wrong car.  

	Todd Phenneger
	1984 4000s quattro / modified/ awaiting Turbo Transplant.
	1985 4000 quattro / Silver / Fixing it Up.
	1987 4000cs quattro / Saphire Metallic Blue/ Girlfriend's
	1996 A6q / Volcano / Dads Car
   *****1985 5kt / PARTING OUT!

On Thu, 28 Jan 1999 MHLIGGINS@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 1/28/99 6:22:09 PM Central Standard Time,
> phen9461@uidaho.edu writes:
> << 	Anyhow, thanks for the Data Point.  Yet another Audi mystery. :-)
>  	Todd Phenneger >>
> 	Well, we haven't seen any cloth covered rear seats with the fold down center
> arm-rest either. So there's probably something we don't know down here. With
> Phil Payne's observations that the phase-in period is generally "loose", maybe
> they shipped water-cooled as they could and used up the air-cooled in those
> years. 
> 	I'm still learning that there's not a lot of "fixed" stuff about Audis.
> Except that certain parts break a lot... Just had to replace an ISV this
> evening. As we were headed home my wife wanted to know why I was "playing"
> with the throttle. I had hoped that it was a vacuum leak.... Yeah, right. Not
> here in Bucksnort.
> 	Anyway, if we keep posting notes, maybe someone will be able to sert through
> all of it and find some coherency somewhere....
> 	Later.
> 	--ml