snoop-dobb at pndub.com
Sun Aug 24 04:35:56 EDT 2003
Thanks to all of you who wrote back to me about my impending purchase.
I've posted a quick ad in my area (Portland, OR) looking for a '91, but
I'll likely be buying the '90 as my chances of finding a '91 seem quite
small. Test drove it and had a blast, and I'm looking forward to
learning about it's internals and doing some tweaking on it.
Todd Phenneger wrote:
>Your correct on the 20v being 91' only. And for that manner the
>91' 200quattro was the only one to have the 20vt. The non
>quattro had the MC-2 10v engine from the 1990 200quattro. Its
>about 60hp shy of the 20v. The 91' really is a much better and
>capable car. The flared wheel wells leave room for big rubber,
>the Engine is capable of 350hp with easy bolt on mods, and it
>generally runs better than the CIS 10v engines. The 1990 200
>can get to 220hp easily with a chip and if your happy with that
>it is a wonderful vehicle. But if you want more than 220hp I'd
>suggest staying with the 91' 200. For the cost to get a 10vt up
>to even 300hp you'll already have spend way more than buying a
>91' 200 in the first place. Any you'll still have non flared
>wheel arches, etc.
>--- Snoop Dobb <snoop-dobb at pndub.com> wrote:
>>This is a pretty simple question. I've been googling all
>>haven't been able to find a conclusive answer... Was the
>>produced in '91? I'm looking at a 200 quattro turbo, but it's
>>a '90, so
>>it doesn't appear to have the 20v engine. Can anyone verify
>>anyone also give me a quick breakdown of the significant
>>between the '90 and '91 models? It seems like the '90 200
>>quite an impressive piece of engineering as well, with similar
>>performance to the 20v?
>>Also, please cc me directly as I'm not subscribed to the
>>200q20v mailing list
>>200q20v at audifans.com
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