quattro Digest, Vol 15, Issue 8
steve.sears at soil-mat.on.ca
Mon Jan 3 10:10:34 EST 2005
I have a set of 20v vented rotors on the back of my '87 5ktq. They're not
originally spec'd for the '87 (but will fit without modifications and using
the same brake cables, etc., and were available for the 200 IIRC as a part
of the optional "Towing Package". IMHO, the most noticable effect they've
had on my car is to reduce the warp-induced vibrations that the solid rotors
seemed to gravitate to.
1987 Audi 5kTQ
1980 Audi 5k
1962 and '64 Auto Union DKW Junior deLuxes
----- Original Message -----
> From: akowalsk at comcast.net (Alex Kowalski)
> Subject: MoFoCo rotors...
> To: quattro at audifans.com
<010320050926.9212.41D90FCF000B8655000023FC2205884484059C040E9901050E at comcas
> Here's the description (which is incorrect) and the link:
> "THESE AUDI REAR DISC BRAKE ROTORS ARE BRAND NEW ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT UNITS.
THEY GOT A LITTLE RUST ON THE SURFACE FROM SITTING. THE RUST WAS SKIMMED
OFF, AND COSMOLINE ANTI RUST COATING WAS APPLIED. THESE WILL FIT THE REAR
BRAKES AUDI 5000 TURBO QUATTRO '86-88, 200 TURBO QUATTRO ,89-91 WITH 10V AND
91 ONLY WITH THE 20V. FROM THE AUDI DEALER THE PRICE IS NOW $78.50 EACH.
PUT IN YOUR BID & SAVE SOME CASH!!! AUDI PART NUMBER 447 615 601A CAST IN
ROTOR ALONG WITH OE LOGO"
> As far as I know, these rotors will not fit the cars he's saying they
will. The part number he specifies is invalid for the '86-88 cars such as
the one I have. 20 valves and 20V wagons only. On the other hand, he's
only asking $28 bux for the pair...
> It could be that I'm wrong and MoFoCo is right. Anyone have a definitive
> Alex Kowalski
> '87 5KCSTQ
> Q: What do you get when you cross a mafioso with a deconstructionist?
> A: Someone who makes you an offer you can't understand.
> Viva La Revolucion!
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