80/90/Coupe Quattro MC engine conversion group? (Type 89)
JShadzi at aol.com
JShadzi at aol.com
Fri Nov 9 18:29:14 EST 2001
I have kind of move on past the standard MC swap, but all the info about my car is at:
-including my original write up in the Background section. I did my swap without the MC harness originally, and I have helped others do it too- without any additional fueling, the NG fuel system can support boost levels to 10psi reliably. I took it a step further and added 5 EFI injectors to supplement the NG system, and in current state I am running full EFI....but, all the info is there, I would be willing to help supplement any of it or would be a contact for assistance/consulting if interested.
In a message dated Fri, 9 Nov 2001 6:11:58 PM Eastern Standard Time, blarson at zeiss.com writes:
> I am wondering how many people on the quattro list are currently doing mc-1 or
> mc-2 conversions into Audi 80/90/coupe quattro between the model years
> 1988-1991(type 89)?
> I am willing to collect the names of people currently doing this conversion, as
> I am about to embark on myself, and distribute these names to the others in this
> Hopefully, as a group, we can come up with additions to the content from Dave
> Close's 80 quattro conversion website, to make this conversion even easier for
> others to perform. For instance, dimensioned drawings of the necessary flywheel
> modifications that could be taken to any machine shop, lists of Audi part
> numbers for the clutch package, different solutions to the airbox/intercooler
> puzzle that these cars present the builder, and simplified electrical schematic
> diagrams for this swap for example.
> I would propose that we should document what is different from the standard
> 4000tq conversion that is already pretty well documented out on the web,
> hopefully we can find someone willing to post this information on a server for
> others to use in the future.
> Anyone interested? If you are preparing for this conversion, e-mail me and I
> will try to distribute the list of swappers to you.
> blarson at zeiss.com
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