FW: Production Years?
dak at rochester.rr.com
Thu Aug 28 15:40:05 EDT 2003
The '91 200q20v had the "sport" body. It does run lower than the other
type 44s I've seen. I know that some of the front suspension parts are
specific to that model. Unless someone has a complete list of unique
parts, I'd just check everything before assuming it would work. One
example I can think of is the front upper strut mount The standard part
is pressed steel, the '91 part is a cast piece.
Chris Payne wrote:
> Wait a minute, I thought the Chassis were identical? I mean, parts can be interchanged like subframes, struts towers, bushings, etc.?
> --- "Bernstein, Jeff" <Jeff.Bernstein at pneumaticscale.com> wrote:
>>>The turbo arrangement is far superior on the '91 model as compared to the
>>>'90 model and in my opinion this makes the turbos in the '91 last a lot
>>>longer. The flared fenders not only allow bigger tires (much needed) but
>>>also look much classier and modern than the straight fenders. The
>>>suspension and chassis are much beefier on the '91 model also. The '90
>>>model is very nice but the '91 is far superior in every aspect and
>>>definitely worth waiting for.
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