Brake upgrade, 84 4Ks
mik at info.fundp.ac.be
Thu Aug 8 02:00:18 EDT 2002
Per pretty much summed it all, except a few things...
In the 100 euro-series you forget the 2.0 td version with 100HP and the
very rare type 44 Audi 100 TDI with 120 HP as opposed to the 115HP version
available on the C4 models...
And the 5 cylinder Audi 80 were available with the 1.9l carburetted
5-cylinder engine (even after 1985 I think) and also as quattros with the
2144 KK engines (82-83-84) and also after 1985 with the 2.0l JS engine type...
At 00:46 8/08/2002 +0200, Per Lindgren wrote:
>auditude at cox.net wrote:
>>My '85 (model) 4000S quattro is a type 85, but if it were in Europe, it
>>would be a model 80 or 90 (probably 90?).
>4-cylinder cars were called 80, 5-cylinder cars were called 90. This was
>only from 85-up (after the facelift) to create a more luxurious and
>powerful mid-size model, and a "little brother" to the 200, which
>already was a more luxurious, powerful model of the 100. There were
>5-cylinder 80s from 82-84 though, and one 4-cylinder 90 model; it was
>the turbodiesel which used the 1.6TD from the Passat/Quantum.
>> When the USA model names went from the 4000's to the 80/90's, and the
>> chassis type went from 85 to 89.
>>So, and model 80 in Europe, depending on age/era, could be a type 81, 85,
>Or B4. And while the B4 retaind the 90 name in USA, the 90 name was
>dropped in Europe at the same time as the 200 was dropped from the
>lineup, 1992. From now on, they were 80s, no matter if they were 4-, 5-,
>or 6-cylinder models.
>>Model 5000's are type 44', and became model 200's later in the USA, but
>>were always model 200's in Europe.
>Or 100. The 200 usually had turbo engines (but were available with a 2.2
>NA with 136 hp), more luxurious equipment and more power features. The
>100 series were available with engines such as 1.8/90 hp 4-cyl, and
>5-cyl diesel with some 70 or so hp, among others.
>Just my $.02
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