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RE RE: 2.7tt/S4 K03 or K04???
Well guys, I'm gonna be the doubting Thomas on this one until I actually
see one being done.
Yanking an engine out of a car that's right off the assembly line in 20
minutes is one thing but add a few years, a few miles/km's, copious amounts
of road salt, calcium and road kill will change that.
From: Michael Sheridan Williams [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 1999 6:12 AM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: RE: 2.7tt/S4 K03 or K04???
Phil Payne decided to speak these words:
>> Jim, it was my understanding that you didn't have to pull the engine to
>> at the turbo's and they could be accessed from below. If this isn't
>> then I'm thinking there could be a lot of these cars on the market since
>> few people will pay the price of pulling the engine for major
>Our local techs have been told that pulling the engine is the preferred
>way to access lots of things. They think they can do it in 20 minutes.
A friend of mine saw this video, and trust me, audi made alot of things
easy as far as removing the engine. Basically the whole front of the car
comes off in about 5 minutes, and then its just a few wire looms, a few
bolts, and its out...
Its really really sweet...hehe
Michael Sheridan Williams
San Francisco, CA
1983 UrQuattro, MC--1.8 BAR, borla, 2B Coilover, 16x7.5 OZ Mito's w/ Yoko
A520's, Cibie H4/H1's, K&N (blah)
1985 4000S Quattro, Koni Yellows/Coilover (2B), strut brace, Sport 8000