200 Differences in 1991 WAS: Another one bites the dust (wheels)

Andrew W. Schlueter andyschlueter at 4techwork.com
Tue Jul 19 08:00:50 EDT 2005

Just to make it clear to everyone, flared fenders on came on the:
1991 200 TQ 20V and the v8's, but the v8 had bigger flares from what I am
told. I have a set of the mille miglia cup 1 rims, 17x7.5 35et and 12.5mm
(about 1/2") wheel spacers. The front is pushed right out the fender lip and
the rear is not (I need 15mm one for the rear). But any who, I believe that
any rim that has at least et35 will fit the ufo's, I am running 330x30mm
rotors and 4 piston calipers from the 2001 Mercedes SL500 they fit any et35
rims, but they have to be 17's.

Andrew W. Schlueter
'91 200TQ20V Avant

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Subject: Re: 200 Differences in 1991 WAS: Another one bites the dust

Oh the Bernie..............
1991 200 20V Turbo Quattro
1991 200 Front wheel drive turbo was a 10V and most likely an automatic. (a 
carry over from 1990, no wheel arch flares)
Ed spoke just fine.
-Scott by BOSTON

> From: Bernie Benz <>
> and Ed:
> > All '91 200 quattros were turbo 20-valves, but there was a FWD
> > automatic '91 200 turbo which did not have the flared wheel arches.
Might have been more correct to say:
> All '91 200-20Vs were turbo Qs, '91 200s also included 10V Qs and/or

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