[Es2] oil return hole

Tom Saltino saltinot at alltel.net
Thu May 6 10:58:54 EDT 2004

my bracket leaves as gap between the block and the bracket due to raised area where the bolt holes are on the bracket.  This leaves area over the hole in the block.  I just had an epiphany.  I'll mill down the mating surface on the bracket flat and then it should fit flush with the motor block.


From: Ben Klumper <bklumper at mdbworld.com>
Date: 2004/05/06 Thu AM 10:09:02 EDT
To: Tom Saltino <saltinot at alltel.net>,  es2 at audifans.com
Subject: Re: [Es2] oil return hole


I just used the CQ compressor bracket and a gasket to close off the hole. It
seems to be working fine. This is on a 3B engine, but I presume the holes
are in the same place?


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tom Saltino" <saltinot at alltel.net>
To: <es2 at audifans.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2004 6:12 AM
Subject: [Es2] oil return hole

> Has anyone ever used an AAN block that has the inlet for the oil return
feed hose in the side of the block and converted to the ABY/ADU style A/C
compressor bracket?
> I've got a RS2 oil pan with the return line from the turbo running
straight into the oil pan, but now I've got a hole in the block where the
line used to go.  The slider bracket for the compressor bracket now mounts
to this point, but it doesn't close off the hole.  Is there a plate
available from Audi that caps the hole off or do I just need to have a
machine shop make me one???
> Also, anybody got a ABY or ADU crank pulley/vibration damper that they
would like to get rid of??
> Tom
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> 9.5 S6 Avant
> 85 4kq a.k.a "Petie" (gettin' the 20vt)
> 84 GTI cup racer
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