very nice pic of my car at brokedown btw! it was nice seeing you
the quantum turbo parts i need are bolt on.
the pic of the black "elenor" hood is photoshoped but it looks good and more boxy lol so i guess ill be trying to find that piece. today i cut the hood. also my intake pipe finaly came in. so thats hooked up now. and tossed that dumb oil beather and ran a catch can. "rock star" can right now. but i will be putting a "busch" beer can cuz its what i drink and its blue lol
stock motor mounts and subframe. i used windweld in the side mounts and a 80 stiffness front mount from TT. but thats irelevent. same motor mount height. i guess you could relocate and fab up different mounts and use hokey pucks on the sub frame and it should fit. i might try this in the future.
thank you. i have big plans for this car. already with the aba. its faster than the g60 Corrado i used to have. just doesnt handle as good. but that will come in time. when i do decide to lower the engine i think it might help a very little with the handling. im not changing the appearance too much. want it to perform and look clean and simple. also i want the most power and perforamce for short $.
82-85 Quantum had turbo D engine, Audi 4k from 82-83.
should have just made or picked up a short-runner or log-style intake manifold instead of butchering your hood
well good luck with the project anyway
How does a rotary work? This one's easy: the magic triangle spins in the peanut and then apex seals come out.
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Very nice swap! Here in Brazil there are some Fox's and Gol's with ABA engine...But instead of cutting the hood we use to:
1) Change the intake manifold for a custom one and lower the engine mounts;
2) Put a shim between engine sub-frame and the car body
The both solutions works very well and keep the engine inside engine bay without any issues...
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