AAN conversion -- was my rotor is bigger than your rotor
Ingo D. Rautenberg
ingo at waratap.com
Mon Jun 10 17:16:01 EDT 2002
Actually (someone feel free to correct me), I think you 'only' need to
replace the front wiring harness, including ECU, remove distributor and
insert freeze plug for same, install hall ignition position sending unit and
corresponding cam gear up front, install 5 coil packs, cylinder head cover,
plus a few other ancilliary items. Not sure if you need to replace the
intake and exhaust cams (though the P/Ns are different for the two motors).
Unless you're really intent on exploiting the extra HP/torque capabilities
of the AAN setup (or you can get these items for reall cheap), I don't see
the cost/benefit over the 3B motor.
Just my 0.02 Euro ;-)
'91 200q20v...Slightly modified
('90 v8q RIP)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eyvind Spangen" <eyvind.spangen at c2i.net>
To: "TM" <t44tq at mindspring.com>
Cc: <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2002 3:40 PM
Subject: Re: my rotor is bigger than your rotor
> On Mon, 10 Jun 2002 15:25:49 -0400, you wrote:
> >You're only running approx. 18psi. When you go to RS2 turbo and
> >up the boost to about 22-24 psi, then the narrow rotor becomes an
> >issue. Cross-fire under high boost will kill your engine. That's why
> >I was toying w/ conversion to AAN spec, but it's too costly and
> What is involved in converting to the AAN ignition system?
> E. Spangen
> '90 Audi 200TQ 20v (uten skilter, uten problemer)
> '96 Sykkel, drevet av '81 fattig student
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