Type: Posts; User: MikkiJayne
B5.5 is normally used to refer to Passats. A 2000 A4 is a B5 facelift. It shouldn't be too hard to hook up the AEB to that.
Your mechanic obviously doesn't deal with Audis much. If they have oil...
Working now :) Your engine sounds fine to me, but that blue smoke does suggest something isn't well. Turbo is probably the first place to look, but judging by the goop under the cam cover and around...
Neither of your links work...
You may need to get a gas fuel tank. Usually the gas pumps are attached to a bracket molded in to the bottom of the tank, whereas the diesels just have a pickup pipe...
There's nothing specific for an A4 - I'm just going to grab something the right size and stick 'em on ;) That or Allroad arches as mentioned earlier. Whatever is easiest at the time tbh. I need to...
Exactly the same approach I'm taking with mine :thumbup: Probably Rocket Bunny bolt-on arches, front airdam with splitter that may or may not form part of the under-tray. I'm limited with my rear...
Oops missed those! Yes, M10x1.5, also standard coarse thread :)
M12 x 1.75, standard coarse thread :thumbup:
(just measured one)
I've only ever seen one of these on the road in the UK. Ironically I've seen two Volts, which I didn't think we could even get here!
Loads on ebay: http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_sacat=0&_nkw=urethane+rubber+kit&rt=nc&LH_PrefLoc=3 Just pick the hardness you want :thumbup:
Is that a real car? :confused: It looks like a render in most of the pics :screwy:
Miura no contest. I love it's eyelashes :laugh:
I was deeply enamoured of the Strosek version way back when...
Wow I didn't know they were FWD :what: Seeing loads of them around in the UK.
Curious choice of rear suspension, but it seems to have gone in pretty well :)
Very much so ^ I'm amazed they can tune the suspension at all since the majority of the body travel is in the tire which is completely undamped. It'd be much more relevant to road car tech to have...
I'd be looking at the CV joint first :thumbup:
I love seeing innovative stuff like this. We've come a long way from the stereolithography machines I used to use to prototype stuff in resin. Its just a matter of scale...