1991 Audi 200T Auto-tranny Qs
auditony at gmail.com
Sun Oct 9 17:59:47 PDT 2011
Those transmissions are fairly robust, as long as the twin seals between the
trans and final drive don't go out and mix gear oil with trans fluid.
The MC1 and MC2 are good with CIS, just transplant the whole thing over to
the QSW if you decide to part it out. Saves $$, and the CIS system is a
Honestly, $600 is not bad for a nicely running MC2, and you get all the
other parts with it. And, if it drives decently as is, you can put some
miles on it as a beater till something needs work, then part it out. Or,
just part it as is.
On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 9:41 PM, L DC <ldc007usa at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi all:
> I came across a 1991 Audi 200 Turbo with automatic tranny for sale
> (slush-box I know) with 108K miles and have a few questions.
> Is $600 a fair price, base on the above description? If I buy it, I'm going
> to try negotiate a bit down although seller is pretty firm on price.
> What kind of longevity can one expect from the auto-tranny and they really
> a piece of junk?
> I figured if the tranny goes or is bad, I could yank engine out, convert it
> to EFI and stick it in my QSW.
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