kneale at coslink.net
Sat Sep 2 17:05:51 EDT 2006
Sorry, hit wrong button. My 200q20v sedan and avant both have the
"quattro" script in the rear window defroster lines, as does every 200q20v
I've ever seen. Mine have the electric after-run coolant pump, as has
every turbo car since the late 1980s. The F5DPOR is the recommended spark
plug for all the 3B engines, I believe. I've not heard/seen an electric
oil pump for the turbo. Have you verified that there is one on your car?
I tore the cell phone out of my sedan and I've not seen one in my avant,
but I've not driven it yet because I bought it needing a clutch job that's
been delayed by parts deliveries.
How quickly can you get to 60 mph?
What does the boost gauge on your car read?
At 03:58 PM 9/2/2006 -0400, D3jr at aol.com wrote:
>I am trying to find documentation on the following:
>This is what we have been told our 1991 200 Quattro 20 valve is not the
>typical 217 hp version. In 1991, they made 57 like mine, of which 50 were
>the public so the other 7 could be raced Sports Car Club of America. We've
>been told it has approximately 268+ hp, and it came this way from the
>It has not been modified with a chip.
>Our 1991 200 Quattro 20 valve has a larger turbocharger. It takes different
>spark plugs than the 217 hp does, it takes a Bosch F5DPOR. The timing belt
>for a 217 hp does not fit ours, it takes a belt an inch longer. It has an
>auxiliary electric water pump that circulates water through the turbocharger
>addition to a separate oil pump that runs after the engine is shut off to
>the turbocharger lubricated and cooled. It has "Quattro" printed on the rear
>window which a 1990 Audi model had, but other 1991 200 Quattro 20 valves do
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