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Prefacelift 1.8TQS

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by voteforpedro, Jun 19, 2010.

  1. voteforpedro

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    No such thing mate. The linky no worky, however the quatro never made to the 1.8T over here prefacelift unless it's some kind of import iirc.
     
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    #3 Broken Byzan, Jun 19, 2010
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    watch out as imports can be more expensive to insure

    is it my eyes or do the side repeaters look huge
     
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    for the moeny, step away and leave it be.

    Proper TQS's are selling for less money than that, and are a much higher spec, both cosmetically, and mechanically.

    "Real" TQS's arent just normal quattros with a 1.8T, they use the S4 shell, and have S4 underpinnings and other bits tweaked by quattro gmbh (different rear wishbones, different track rod ends, different upper alloy mountings, strut braces upper and lower, different shocks/springs etc) which all helps with how the car drives.
     
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    when the seller says serious power, does he mean 150hp? just with it been drive by cable, werent they all 150?
     
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    jesus. what an advert. run, miles!
     
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    RARE CAR WITH SERIOUS POWER

    THIS CAR WILL KEEP UPTO AN IMPREZA NO PROBLEM

    Hmmm... the only thing(s) that makes it interesting is the front bumper and boot-lid. Maybe the low mileage (if there's genuine history with it) is an incentive... but it looks pretty standard to me. I could be wrong though.
     

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