chris.miller at infofoundry.com
Fri Mar 19 11:11:07 EST 2004
If you're using the earlier gearbox like the USA 4000 quattro used, then it should work fine; that is supposed to be a very beefy tranny.
Matt, I agree longer gears would be nice, but I doubt you'd see much (if any)change in highway mileage. Efficiency doesn't drop off that much; it's more for sound and to keep the revs down/less wear and tear. Oh, and top speed. I'm waiting for someone to tell me the easy way to use the 5-speed in my 200q20v...
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Subject: Re: [Es2] Various
--- "Harrison, David" <David.Harrison at kcc.com> wrote:
> Having recently joined the list, I would like to ask
> a few questions. I
> have a 1986 coupe quattro that presently has a 7A
> 20v engine with a few
> tweaks. Firstly, will the gearbox handle the power
> and torque of the 20v
The hedged answer is we think so. I'm running it as
well as others, including Javad's 290whp 10V 80q.
But I am not liking the stock 01A gearing at all
with the turbo motor. 80mph @4000RPM and holding
steady highway speed is problematic. Barely 21mpg on
highway I think would be 25 with taller gears.
Gearing really needs to be taller with the turbo
motor. So I am lusting after a 6spd. but also
considering 5spd. 01E options as well.
What do the rest of you already driving your
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