[Es2] Re: [audi20v] installing AAN 20v Turbo in coupe 20v

Peter Schulz pcschulz at comcast.net
Thu Apr 29 19:52:47 EDT 2004


there are a number of resources to use.

this one is for the 3B conversion:

This one covers the conversion of the AAN to an ADY (Rs2) motor and 
installation into a Coupe :

and here is the email list for us doing the 20v turbo conversion:
Jimmy Pribble's  http://www.audifans.com/mailman/listinfo/es2

another good resource is:
www.s2forum.com, where mostly european S2 and Rs2 owners hang out.

And to answer your question about the AAN intake manifold is that it goes 
exactly where the radiator needs to be.  I have seen conversions that used 
the manifold and tilted the radiator, Sport Quattro style - yet other 
conversions have modified the manifold by cutting off the intake and moving 
it further forward.....The deciding factor will be cost...if you plan on 
using an S2 or Rs2 Intercooler (requires S2 or RS2 front crossmember and S2 
or RS2 style bumperettes - they have no metal beams and really offer no 
crash protection - then you can purchase new or used plumbing to duct it 
into the 200 q 20v intake (3b) manifold.
If you are doing something else (different IC, fabricated front cross 
member, fabricated ductwork, then you can do want you want


At 04:02 PM 4/29/2004, you wrote:
>We are installing a AAN 20v turbo from a 93 s4  in a coupe 20v...:)
>I was wondering if anyone had a list of parts that would be required to do
>this swap.
>And lastly will or can the AAN intake manifold be installed in this
>configuration or must we use the earlier set up from a 20v 200 turbo?
>Any one have any pictures of one of these installed?In a car ???
>Any help would be very much appreciated....
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Peter Schulz
1990 CQ (perpetually awaiting S2 3b engine transplant)
1991 200 20v TQW indigo mica
1991 200 20v TQW titanium grey
Chelmsford, MA USA
peter at audifans.com  

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