[Es2] another E//S2 is born

Mark Wetzel mark.wetzel at verizon.net
Wed Nov 15 16:04:08 EST 2006

Wow, congratulations. It's not an easy job, but the end result is well worth
it. Once you get out and start driving it you'll really be amazed at what it
can do.


M.Wetzel's Racing Products LLC

-----Original Message-----
From: es2-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:es2-bounces at audifans.com]On
Behalf Of Rick Houck
Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2006 11:35 PM
To: es2 at audifans.com
Subject: [Es2] another E//S2 is born


I just wanted to say thanks for the help with the wiring on my coupe
conversion project. After sitting for over 6 years, the 3B fired right up
and will now run on its own. I have not even connected the mass airflow
sensor and intake plumbing, but it apparently has some default values that
allow it to run. I have lots left to connect to see if everything else
works, but I am happy to have reached a milestone.

I studied the excel spreadsheets and used them as a starting point, but
ended up making a wiring diagram that I could more easily understand. When
everything is proven to be working (or at least fixable), I will be glad to
share what I have. I had a little trouble interpreting the spreadsheets, and
my brain understands wiring better than a list of things that should somehow
be connected.

I will also be glad to share a couple of the basic decisions that had to be
made before connecting wires (like where to make the connections, how to
route the wires, etc).

Again, I will have many more questions about how others have solved
plumbing, wiring, and exhaust issues, but a big thanks to those who laid the
groundwork and shared their knowledge.

Rick in Ohio
very fast '90 10v turbo dedicated track coupe quattro w/32k miles (>200k on
modified motor)
newborn '90 20v turbo coupe quattro E//S2 street car w/47k miles (119k on
stock motor)

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