quattro Digest, Vol 31, Issue 1
birdmanmt at gmail.com
Mon May 1 10:21:32 EDT 2006
Sorry about this too cody. I never got around to checking up on etka. You
need either an MC1 TO bearing, or an mc2/3b shift fork. I'm using the MC1
fork and TO bearing with good results. I didn't/don't recall that you were
going with the 3b PP.
When you say you need an 016 shift fork, you already have one. You need an
016 Torsen shift fork.
> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 18:00:59 -0600
> From: "Jim Green" <jim.green at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: 3B flywheel conversion problems...
> To: "Cody Forbes" <cody at 5000tq.com>
> Cc: quattro at audifans.com
> <3b3a72540604301700o39cee048v7ed9116ef83109e9 at mail.gmail.com>
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> On 4/28/06, Cody Forbes <cody at 5000tq.com> wrote:
> > Well I went to put the engine in today, got it out my front door and
> > the steps (interesting to say the least as I was by myself). So far I've
> > two problems. First off KEP sent the wrong disc. The box was correct,
> > it's contents were wrong. I have the correct one comming overnight
> > delivery. I decided to keep going anyway to make sure everything went
> > tomorrow, and I'm glad I did. The 3b TO bearing I bought does not fit
> > 5ktq fork. The way it latches on isn't even close, and I see no way of
> > adapting it to fit. Worse yet is the old 5ktq bearing BARELY mates to
> > springs on the 3B pressure plate. If I can't figure something out I'm
> > to try the 5k bearing and hope for the best I guess.
> > Jim/Jeff, any ideas whats going on? I'm thinking I need a 016 TO fork
> > the 3B bearing?
> > I weighed all of the new components BTW, I'll post more on this later,
> > suffice it to say that 10lbs is now missing from the driveline.
> > -Cody Forbes
> > Damn, sorry about this! Yea, you'll need the fork from an MC2 or 3B
> anyone out there have one for him?
> Jim Green
> '89 90 GT35R quattro
> '89 80q
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