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Mon Dec 24 14:02:35 PST 2007
Ben at al.
I've got all the parts needed to do this for a V8 6-speed combo in 91 CQ.
Here is the list for an AAN CQ
1 flywheel from a 01A 7A (01A and 01E use the same splines)
1 Clutch for the 7A flywheel/6-speed (from 034 or who ever)
1 RS2 shifter (different then stock and very expensive)
1 set of RS2 front axles (or put the 100mm flanges out of a 4kq 016 into the
108mm flanges and sell me the flanges)
1 4kq drive shaft.
1 set of RS2 transmission mounts (or fabricate your own)
That is just about everything you I'm doing this from memory so I might have
90 V8q getting a built 4.2L and 6-speed
91 CQ getting a V8 6-speed and much much more.
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> Date: Mon, 24 Dec 2007 14:19:33 -0500
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> Here's one for some real ES2 content - I have questions regarding
> installation of the
> RS2/ES2 6 speed transmission into the '90 Coupe Quattro.
> I recently got a European Spec Transmission from 6 Speed ES2 in Canada -
> supposedly the
> same transmission from an RS2.
> Questions are basically what else do I need to do the
> The engine is an AAN from '94 S4 and has the spring loaded flywheel for
> the clutch -
> will this work OK and is this sufficient for moderate power increase over
> stock? So far
> I have confirmed spine count is the same as for the AAN clutch disk and
> 200 clutch
> disks. The coupe Q flywheel and clutch are different, and so definitely
> wont work with
> AAN clutch setup, but I'm installing 6 speed trans, so just trying to make
> sure the
> clutch is right.
> Next, I understand the transmission mounts are different, but have no
> parts numbers or
> info. on which ones to use or a source.
> Same with the shift linkage. That and I understand the axle half shafts
> may be
> different length.
> So I'm looking for information on the 6 speed transmission conversion and
> any parts
> sources for this. Maybe there is a kit to do this conversion.
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