013 vs 016 transmissions
ekellock at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 19:30:16 EST 2006
I think the 093 was used in some of the later CGT's. I believe it was a
short-ratio gearbox. Not sure which you're looking for, longer legs or
On 1/26/06, Huw Powell <audi at humanspeakers.com> wrote:
> > I'm looking at using an audi transaxle in an electric powered formula
> > car that my university runs. The
> > only problem is that fwd 016 gearboxs don't seem very common.
> According to what little information I have accumulated in a
> spreadsheet, that might be because the 016 is specifically a quattro box?
> > I do
> > however have a line on an 013 from an 84 coupe gt thanks to this
> > list. What I need to know is what are the differences between the 013
> > and 016 coded boxes? They have similar application ie fwd 5 cylinder
> > VAG products. I know that they have different gear and final drive
> > ratios but is that it?
> And the 013 is 2wd. Ratios vary under both codes, again, just going by
> some info I have. 2wd and Q boxes have different mounts, and different
> shift linkages. The engine bolt-up seems to be the same on all the old
> Audi trannies.
> 013's are also cable clutch actuated, 016's are hydraulic.
> Huw Powell
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