quattro digest, Vol 1 #5176 - Loonies on Track at Silverstone
Larry C. Leung
l.leung at juno.com
Mon Jul 21 16:31:22 EDT 2003
Believe it or not on the local noon news, the guy was
a Priest or Minister trying to get people to repent (apparently
it was what was on the poster). He almost met God a little
sooner than he probably anticipated.
LL - NY
> Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 08:32:22 -0700 (PDT)
> From: james accordino <ssgacc at yahoo.com>
> Subject: was: brit gp now: people on track
> To: Wylie Bean <TheRingmeister at triad.rr.com>, quattro at audifans.com
> That guy has serious issues. Does anyone remember a
> video of 3? track guys trying to cross the main
> straight at Malaysia? As cars approach at 200+ mph?
> 3rd person doesn't quite make it and becomes about 3'
> taller as he flies through the air. Gruesome stuff.
> Also, what's the video with Audi on the autobahn
> driving really fast from late 80's to mid 90's? I
> think I saw it on Speed. "Secrets of Speed"?
> Jim Accordino
> --- Wylie Bean <TheRingmeister at triad.rr.com> wrote:
> > that was definitely the most interesting in recent
> > memory to say the least,
> > between the passing, Toyotas running 1-2 for a
> > while, and then that goof
> > that ran down the track.....I'm sorry but Pamplona
> > was last week.
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> Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 10:32:26 -0500
> From: "Cade Carvell" <ccarvell at nbsusa.com>
> To: <quattro at audifans.com>
> Subject: Removing the back lights on an 87 4kq
> I need to do some repair on my rear trunk lid...The bottom edge
> bent down in an accident. Anyway, how do I remove the tail light
> assemblies that are attached to the trunk lid area? It appears to
> some screws, but I am not sure. I looked through bently, and I
> have missed that section...Can anyone point me in the right
> Cade Carvell
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> From: "KUNZ,BOB (HP-Boise,ex1)" <bob.kunz at hp.com>
> To: "'quattro at audifans.com'" <quattro at audifans.com>
> Subject: Type 44 Sunroof R&R
> Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 11:35:03 -0400
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> Finally had to work on this since one cable had slipped and now I
> had a
> balance problem with the mechanism. The mechanism had been slowing
> up over
> the years (I'm the original owner) and finally got the ratchety
> noise from
> the pinion. Got it all apart, cleaned and lubed but not comfortable
> with the
> resistance the cable guide exhibits with the channel. It's all back
> and working right now. Just how much resistance should be
> Passenger side moves pretty well, driver's side does not. The
> driver's side
> cable seems to get bound in the crossover of the guide tube on the
> side. There are also wear marks on the channel guide where the punch
> are for the water shield. Nothing broken and like I said it works,
> just want
> to know what others had in the way of resistance. I'd say the good
> side on
> mine is about 3-5 lbs and the bad side is 10-15 lbs where it binds.
> Great trick learned from a lister to run the motor to its forward
> before mounting it. If you set the cable guides on their alignment
> marks, do
> the motor thing and then mount the motor, you'll find that the roof
> to its closed position and you don't have to reset the motor gears
> outlined in Bentley.
> '86 5ks Avant
> '02 TTQR
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