1.8tq v 2.8q v 2.7ttq (ramblin)

Chris Dyer chrisdyer at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 7 16:30:33 EST 2001

did you look under the hood?

plus, pity the dealer that doesn't know!!  try the dude in the parts dept.

>From: "Krivin, Craig J, SOBUS" <ckrivin at att.com>
>To: lindgre at online.no
>CC: quattro at audifans.com
>Subject: Re: 1.8tq v 2.8q v 2.7ttq (ramblin)
>Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2001 22:10:26 -0500
>OK, here's a follow on question for you:
>I'm close to getting a '98 A6Q Avant, pearl as a replacement for my beloved
>91 90Q 20V which I just sold to another Audi maniac.  But there seems to be
>considerable disagreement about whether the '98 A6 Avant has the 30V or the
>12V engine.  The confusion lies in the fact that in 98 the A6 sedan was the
>new body style in US, but the Avant was still the old body style.  I've
>asked dealers, searched on the web, and gotten both answers.  Anyone want 
>--Craig Krivin
>'91Q20V less (figures we just got 1.5' of snow)
>'78 924 (in the garage)
>'98 A6Q Avant (maybe on Saturday?)
>---original message-----
>Date: Tue, 06 Feb 2001 21:07:00 +0100
>From: Per Lindgren <lindgre at online.no>
>To: Quattro List <quattro at audifans.com>
>Subject: Re: 1.8tq v 2.8q v 2.7ttq (ramblin)
>Andrew Duane USG wrote:
> >
> > It's actually 200 HP in the A6, 190 in the VW Passat. Is it only
> > 190 in the A4 also?
>The Euro-spec is 192 hp DIN for all 2.8-30Vs, no matter which car it
>rests. I would believe the US-spec is the same. The choises are: Passat,
>A4, A6 (C4 & C5) and A8. The new 3.0-30V has 220 hp.
>92 Cabrio 2.3

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