[urq] CQ & urq Rear brake upgrade & Comparison
tquattroguy at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 15 08:20:53 PST 2008
Thanks for reply Andrew,
On the UR-Q I think I have it figured out. Seems its the other way around.
IE...you need V8/S4 Rotors. The 91¹ 200 rotors are the upgrade for the
5ktq/200 10v Cars.
As for hubs, 90q uses its own hubs. They are 4x108 but that doesn¹t mean
much. What I mean by that is that the hub to rotor mating surface is the
same on all the hubs so you can re-drill a rear set of rotors to match. On
my 4ktq I¹m running UR-Quattro struts with 5ktq rear Hubs as the ur-q hubs
push the wheel to far out. Because of this I cant run the ur-q rotor or the
5ktq rotor. So I have to run a 4kq rear rotor that is drilled to 5-bolt.
I¹m not afriad to put 5-bolts on the CQ as then I can share wheels with my
ur-q which would be nice. But alas, I cant seem to find the specs for the
rear brakes of the CQ. IE...Offset of rotor, etc. I wish there was a
listing somewhere of Audi Rotors and their offsets. As well as Audi Hubs
and their respective offsets. I know an S4 front hub pushes the wheel out
³6mm ?² more than a 5ktq hub. I¹m not sure where the ur-q hub falls in
here. I also know a ur-q rear hub has MUCH more offset then a 5ktq / 4kq
rear hub. 5ktq/4kq are same offset hubs but use very different rotors
because the 5ktq uses a different caliper and carrier in back. But you can
swap the hubs freely to convert a 4kq to 5-bolt.
Ahhh, To many numbers.
From: Andrew <afinn1 at gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 14:52:26 -0800
To: <tquattroguy at yahoo.com>
Cc: <urq at audifans.com>
Subject: [urq] CQ & urq Rear brake upgrade & Comparison
Todd, if you're using 4KQ hubs... aren't they 4 bolts. Won't work. As for
the rotors I have done this conversion on 2 urqs, so you'd think I remember,
but I think the V8 urS4 rotors don't work, you need the 200 ones (because of
offset issues). It could be the other way around, but I'm pretty sure.....
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