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Jeremy R King writes:
> Incidentally. Not only is the Quantum Syncro mechanically identical to
> the 4kcsq, the Quantum GL (4cyl) is identical to the 4ks. Showing my
> ignorance, wasn't there a non-q 4k with an I5 that would be identical to
> my GL5? I'm pretty sure there was, but wouldn't want to wrecklessly
> spray misinformation all over the q-list. Wasn't this the 4kcs?
There were some 5-cylinder 4000s around from 1980-1981 (either
the 4000 5+5 or some 4000 automatics). All later U.S. 4000s were
4-cylinder, except quattros and coupes, which were 5-cylinder.
The 4000CS was a special commemorative special edition 4000 from
1986-87, but they were 4-cylinder.
The Quantum front-drive sedans were a close relative to the 4000,
and virtually identical to the 4000 under the hood as well as
the front suspension; but the Quantum has a different rear suspension
from the 4000. The Quantum Syncro, on the other hand, is identical
in the rear suspension to the 4000 quattro.
96 Audi A4 quattro
84 Audi 5000S Turbo
80 Audi 4000
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