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  • struikie
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    Nice work.
    So you now also have time to copy your engine mounts for me

    JW

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  • TurboS
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    Hi! So tyre season is over and now can work with b4 again. Did take sandblaster from my friend and started working with engine bay and front wheel arches. This weekend will make rear ones also.

    Go check out my latest youtube video!
    https://youtu.be/wAMZf86rzjU

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  • TurboS
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    Hi! How are you people ? Im in middle of tire change season and not a lot time right now. Collecting some parts like this ecu stuff.



    Also did remove almost everything from engine bay to start prepearing it for painting.



    Cant wait to star making custom wiring.

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  • TurboS
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    Originally posted by bluequattro View Post
    I liked this so much that I've bought a VR6 3.2 Phaeton this week!
    Engine will be going in a B2 cq eventually, but I had to buy the car when I saw it as it was local, good price and 67000 mile one owner car.
    Shame to break really as it is immaculate
    Damn, that sounds nice deal! Im happy that you start also vr6 journey.

    Okey, small steps but finally i know what ecu i will use. It did arrive today

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  • bluequattro
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    I liked this so much that I've bought a VR6 3.2 Phaeton this week!
    Engine will be going in a B2 cq eventually, but I had to buy the car when I saw it as it was local, good price and 67000 mile one owner car.
    Shame to break really as it is immaculate

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  • TurboS
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    Originally posted by tango123 View Post
    cool videos. what are you doing for power steering?
    Thanks! I have phaeton steering pump connected with rack. But now i think that i wil use opel electrical powersteering pump with oil reservoir.

    Thanks for good word !

    Some work done again.
    This time i did take axle parts to sandblast and then painted them. They are like new again.

    Go check my latest video how it all was made.

    https://youtu.be/z1fuh7Ni3dM


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  • Bowie69
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    Yep, me too, very nice work!

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  • Fat Audi 80
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    Subscribed!

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  • tango123
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    cool videos. what are you doing for power steering?

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  • TurboS
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    If you would like to see how i made this quattro swap then here is new video!

    https://youtu.be/w4N0fijAm_k

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  • TurboS
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    Hi! Car is out from rotisserie and on new frame.




    Slowly making videos also. Here is how i installed on rotisserie and removed engine and gearbox.

    Enjoy!

    https://youtu.be/b61RQVEbr74

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  • TurboS
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    Originally posted by Bowie69 View Post
    Looks a really good fit in there....

    Space for the rad up front?
    Have enaugh space for radiator. Installing ventilators in front of rad.



    Okey, so this weekend i converted the car from fwd - quattro. Was easyer then i thinked. All tank mounts were under the body protaction and needed to clean only. Same with rear axle mounting places. But thats like that only b4-s what are done before june 93.



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  • Bowie69
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    Looks a really good fit in there....

    Space for the rad up front?

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  • TurboS
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    Thanks Struikie!

    Build is in progress slowly. Right now building car rottisere for welding diff mounts under the car.
    Also did buy phaeton fuel rail where i weld an8 fittings. Some new ideas are in progress .

    Until that keep eye on my Youtube channel where is all build filmed up.
    https://youtube.com/channel/UCIKgYXmD9uLGOF71hwSvcKw






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  • struikie
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    Good to see you on here as well Krister!

    JW
    Last edited by struikie; 7 August 2021, 21:40.

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