FW: '89 200T block question
DePenning, Charles [EPM/MTN]
Charles.DePenning at EmersonProcess.com
Wed May 26 12:46:23 EDT 2004
Oops, don't know how I missed the nice table on Huw's site. That has what
I've been looking for!
Thanks for spending the time to compile the list, Huw.
> From: DePenning, Charles [EPM/MTN]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2004 11:09 AM
> To: 'quattro at audifans.com'; 'Tony Lum'; 'Alan Pritchard'; 'Bob';
> 'sparkplugvw at hotmail.com'; 'jeg1976 at yahoo.com'
> Subject: '89 200T block question
> Thanks for the responses, all. Sounds like things are not immediately
> going to work out that well between the donor car ( '89 200T) and the
> patient ('89 90q). I also have at my disposal as far as engines go: '83
> 5kT- 2.1L turbo. '84 4kQ. I wonder if there is a combination of
> head/block/pistons (and rods/crank etc) from the four cars that would
> assemble into a usable turbo engine, using the MC-2/MAC-14 engine
> management system. It seems like I have a lot of parts that _should_ go
> together in some way, but maybe not in a practical form- example: the
> high-compression 90q engine with turbo induction and engine management
> parts from the 200t. I know this has been discussed here before, but what
> experiences, if any, has the community had with turbocharging the
> high-compression engines? Seems like the boost would be very low in order
> to avoid massive pre-detonation problems. What about finding
> low-compression pistons for the 2.3 block (90q)? Or putting the head from
> my '83 turbo on the 90q block, and using the mc-2 manifolds and engine
> management. I can't remember what the compression is in the '83, and
> whether the compression is controlled more by the piston profile or the
> combustion chamber volume.
> As a side note, does anyone have a complete table of the engines that audi
> produced over the years, code designation, precise displacement and maybe
> some bore x stroke info? I've found some partial tables, but nothing yet
> that is all there.
> Thanks again folks.
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