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1995 A6 Avant 115 bhp- few questions

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    [Nov 3, 2007]
    Recently inherited this car from my parents and looking at doing a bit of work to it.

    its the 2.5 Tdi 115 bhp. What is the difference in engines between the 115 and the 140 apart from the obvious difference in horse power?

    What size wheels fit with it being lowered 60mm at the front and 40mm at the rear. What wheels fit without rubbing?

    Also the fuel gauge is intermittant, is this a common fault and can it be easily fixed?

    Hope you guys can help- this will hopefully be my first Audi of many.
    Cheers,
    Kieron
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    The fuel pump is the difference for BHP
    18inch RS4 wheels will fit

    Would check earthing for the sender unit on the tank or the sender unit itself is probably faulty

    Cheers

    Steve
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    So can i just change the fuel pump to the 140 bhp model, is it a straight swap or are the injectors also different? if so are they a straight swap?

    what profile tyres are you running? very smart looking audi by the way Rev-head.

    Will have a look at the tank, cheers
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    you will need ECU to go with the pump..should be ok with the injectors

    225/40/18 this is them on and lowered by 40mm

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