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I don't know where you are from, but you really should bring that up to Carlisle for an "old audi" event. Its a great time and we need more stance representing! I come from Florida every year
Audi 200 20v has bigger brakes and swap over i think, UNLESS you have an older version of the brakes.
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I've seen your thread before and have been following it! I think I've given up the idea of the V8 grill swap...it does indeed look like a ton of work. I'm still planning on putting the V8-style all-red tails on my 91 avant though. I'd also like to do clear-corners up front.
My car needs a repaint, and was debating whether to go with a more "shocking" blue, like the car above.
I'll keep an eye on your project build!
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Thanks guys. I'm really happy, because I bought it 4 months ago and got full restore of this car
-killing some rust
-making new metal sheeets because aftermarket sheets are not available
-painting the whole car on the original Diamant Silber Metallic
-making a custom suspension ( - 130mm)
-audio (doors + trunk)
-spoiler from audi 200 c2
Propably I forgot some stuff but you have som "image" of rebuild.
Few "raining" photos
Last edited by Hubciu; 07-16-2012 at 03:28 PM.
Consider this my introduction. I picked up a very good condition 1991 200 20v for $1200 in mid michigan about a month ago. I literally bought the car, replaced a coolant tank and moved to grand rapids, MI with it. It's my current DD and a surprisingly loyal friend. Just replaced the ISV and got a new turbo bypass valve. The turbo seal is shot so it burns oil and smoked a tad and boost is low but got a new (used) one on the way. Also needs some bushings. So far, I've spent 400 on new potenza all seasons and another 300ish for the windshield and 100ish for the ISV valve. Turbo was 100 as was the upgraded bypass valve. My goal is to take part in a sub 3000$ top-gear style road trip with my friends as a graduation trip. It's driveable as is right now and once I get the new trans and engine mounts on along with the bushings it should be a solid DD.
Please excuse the low picture quality, I just moved and only have a cell phone camera. I'm hoping to buy a decent camera for my birthday and have it before the Grattan autocross.
Most common is the DIY coilover kit on motorgeek.
H&R sport springs and bilstein sport shocks or Koni yellow adjustables.