difference between 10v & 20v 90q pressure plate ?
chris at force5auto.com
Sun May 19 23:51:48 EDT 2002
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ben Swann [mailto:bswann at worldnet.att.net]
> OK - that's what I sort of expected - what about the 20v tq
> pressure plate - is that interchangeable?
We'll need to be engine specific at this point as there are more than one
20vtq out there. The 3B, which I assume you mean, has a different p/n for
the pp. I couldn't tell you if it will physically fit, as I haven't tried
any of these combos. The why question comes to mind here, as I know *I*
wouldn't want to drop a trans again to replace a mix n match clutch job that
went twang one day.
> I may have missed out on the 20vq one, but can get a 20 valve
> turbo quattro pressure plate. Same flywheel, correct? I didn't see a
> specific listing for a 20 valve tq one - got these numbers from
> thepartconnection info list, and havn't managed to get my family album
Nah, different flywheels.
> > Hi Ben, my assumption would be an increased clamping force
> on the 7A
> > version, but that would only apply in the case of an OEM
> part. Sachs
> > the same component part(pressure plate) for both their 7A
> and NG kits, so
> > they don't consider it to be an issue.
> > -Cheers
> > Chris Semple
> > Concord NH
> > '84 4000tq Lightweight
> > '92 S4
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: quattro-admin at audifans.com
> [mailto:quattro-admin at audifans.com]On
> > > Behalf Of Ben Swann
> > > Anyone know what the difference between a 90Q 10valve
> pressure plate
> > > 034 141 117D CLUTCH COVER-PRESSURE PLATE-240mm
> > > which fits
> > > 88-92 80/90 5 Cyl.
> > > 88-92 80/90 Quattro 5 Cyl. - 10 Valve
> > > 89-91 100
> > > 89-91 100 Quattro
> > > vs.
> > > 90Q 20valve pressure plate
> > >
> > > 034 141 117B CLUTCH COVER-PRESSURE PLATE-240mm
> > > 89-92 90 Quattro 5 Cyl. - 20 Valve
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