[ba] 20v turbo conversion?
jhemmerlin at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 10 03:10:31 EDT 2003
I have to agree with Javad. I have both a 95 S6 and a
84 4kqt with MC-1 CIS conversion. The 4kqt is faster
and more nimble. The S6 will get you there quickly,
in comfort and style. For fun I will always choose
the 4kqt. Now if I had an S2.......
95 S6 stock (16 psi.) 230 hp
84 4kqt MC-1, K-26, MC-1 intercooler, MC-1 CIS, 15"
Borbet wheels, g-60 calipers, eibach springs, boge
struts, 1.8 bar spring, QLCC chip, (13 psi.) 200+ hp
--- JShadzi at aol.com wrote:
> You'll also get almost another 1000lbs and a much
> bigger car...an UrS4 does not replace a turbo
> conversion in a small chassis car, its a completely
> different car and purpose all together. If you'd
> like to cruise around in an UrS4, go for it, but a
> small chassis (2800lbs or so) car with 300+hp is an
> entirely different experience.
> >[ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ]
> >>Seems to me you can get the whole ur-S4 for
> >>Steve Buchholz
> >>San Jose, CA (USA)
> >Steve's last point says it all. You will also get
> a nice fresh updated
> >interior with nice leather sport seats, and respect
> with the S badge.
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