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Old 25-11-14, 04:14 PM   #1
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Default RS2'd 80 quattro + Recaros and more!
Vehicle Model : 80q
Price : 5000-6000
Location : Cornwall

It's taken me months to come to terms with it, but I'm moving to the other side of the world so it's time to sell my 80
This has been used as my fun weekend car, and occasionally at drag events, my best run was a 13.5 quarter.

Shell:
1991 (H) Audi 80 quattro (B3) 136,000miles
Alpine White
B3 Coupe front bumper modified to house FMIC
S2 Avant rear bumper
B4 Competition rear spoiler
90 headlights (drivers side included)
Clear front and side indicators
All red rear lights + 90 panel
Colour coded mirrors

Brakes/Suspension/Chassis:
Team Dynamics Pro Race 3 17x7 alloys
205/40 Avon zz2's (practically new)
Spax -40mm springs
Fancy top mounts?
S2 front strut brace
Powerflex poly front wishbone bushes
Stitch welded wishbones
Solid ali front subframe mounts
S2 G60 calipers
Braided brake lines
Vacuum servo
Black Diamond grooved and vented discs
Mintex pads
Brand new rear calipers and pads
Super Blue racing brake fluid
Uprated gas rear dampers included but not fitted

Engine:
AAN URS6 engine 120,000miles approx (fitted by previous, previous owner)
Approx 350bhp (map for 350-380bhp, untested)
RS2 K24-7200 Turbo fully reconditioned
RS2 (unbranded) exhaust manifold
Forge dump valve
Bosch 440 injectors
Dahlback Racing reverse inlet manifold
Unbranded FMIC
Bosch 044 fuel pump
TFSI coilpacks
Ramair filter
Custom exhaust
Custom screamer pipe
Stock wastegate
PRJ remapped ECU with Launch Control
Shell oil
VW coolant

Transmission:
Full 20v 7a gearbox, diff, prop, shafts, hubs etc
Spec stage 3+ clutch
Lightened and balanced 7a flywheel

Interior:
S2 electric Recaros + matching jacquard cards
Dark blue matching carpets
URS4 3 spoke steering wheel
All 4 electric windows
Boost gauge in place of stock volts gauge
Hidden turbo timer/Volts gauge
Battery kill switch

Other:
Meta Remote central locking, alarm and imobiliser
Tons of receipts and history
MOT June/July (will confirm)
Programmable intermittant wipers
Will throw in any spares I have lying around

Ideally I would re-make the exhaust, as it is largely made of bits and bobs, does the job but it could be much improved and gain some horses in the process!
Could use tracking.
Dash lights don't work (suspect clocks, spare clocks included)
Rear electric windows don't work disturbed something swapping the doorcards so will just be a loose connection.
The windscreen on the passenger side has trapped water and as such has caused a little rust.
The front passenger wing has had a little scrape in the past but you wouldn't notice it at a glance, some minor rust on both front arches too, was going to go B4 front anyway but never got round to it.
Rear discs need replacing, quite bad condition from the old siezed calipers, passed the MOT with them so not desperate.


6000 ono as it stands serious offers welcome, price very flexible if you don't want seats/wheels....











The reg plate won't be included, I assume the DVLA would reassign the original H plate.

The engine bay pic is a little out of date, will update that.

Car is in deepest, darkest Cornwall TR12.

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Old 04-12-14, 10:11 PM   #2
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Happy to knock a sizeable chunk off the car if you bring your own seats/wheels!
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Old 06-12-14, 09:09 PM   #3
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Now has MK3 GTI seats, 5000 ono, Recaros for sale separately

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Old 12-05-15, 08:22 PM   #4
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Did this ever sell?
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Old 13-05-15, 02:19 AM   #5
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It did indeed, and after the buyers Mrs found out that he'd bought it, and then when she found out how much he actually paid (not 500 like he told her) he suddenly had buyers remorse and claimed the car was falling apart.

The last message he sent me, he was talking about selling it again because it needed 50 spending on it so keep an eye out!
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Old 03-01-16, 11:38 PM   #6
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Ive still got the 80 and haven't sold it....
50 to spend on it?!!! 1800 to date and I haven't even started underneath the car yet.
Car is being re loomed atm....after having to remove the dash due to complete electrical failure after only getting to drive the car for about an hour the day after purchase.
After removing the dash we were completely horrified to find what I can only describe as a ticking time bomb waiting to explode....and im not even exaggerating....bare live wires everywhere not insulated...ECU screwed into heater duct with wood screws......relays just floating around with bare spade connectors and so on......
Don't want to start a slagging war but im not even going to mention what unbelievable 'Bodges' I wound under the bonnet because I don't know who was responsible?
I have owned many vw and Audis and there is one lesson I have learnt in the last 12 months of owning this car.....don't ever buy a car on a "hunch" it really can turn around and bit you on the arse.

At least when and if I do come to sell it I know and will be happy to say the car will be safe and reliable and not being held together with 'Plastic milk bottle tops' 'plastic pens' and bits of 'wood'
that's no exaggeration either.
Like I said I can not emphasize anough that this was responsible by the previous owner..but whoever it was 'Free Barclays pens' to join vacuum hoses together and plastic milk bottle tops to hold coilpacks in!!!!! REALLY?!!!
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I think with any major conversion purchase like this, for under 10k its a case of accepting that there will be work to be done, and that some of the 'finds' will be eye openers. However the basic engineering is done, it run/ran as a 20vT successfully and that's a quantum leap forward from a blank canvas 80 with a naturally aspirated 4 pot. I personally (and probably like you) absolutely love the concept of a big power Audi 80 quattro, and I'm delighted it's working its way back to full, rude health with you... Well done...
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Old 04-01-16, 12:52 AM   #8
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latest engine bay pic.....lots more to do yet tho.
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Ive still got the 80 and haven't sold it....
50 to spend on it?!!! 1800 to date and I haven't even started underneath the car yet.
Car is being re loomed atm....after having to remove the dash due to complete electrical failure after only getting to drive the car for about an hour the day after purchase.
After removing the dash we were completely horrified to find what I can only describe as a ticking time bomb waiting to explode....and im not even exaggerating....bare live wires everywhere not insulated...ECU screwed into heater duct with wood screws......relays just floating around with bare spade connectors and so on......
Don't want to start a slagging war but im not even going to mention what unbelievable 'Bodges' I wound under the bonnet because I don't know who was responsible?
I have owned many vw and Audis and there is one lesson I have learnt in the last 12 months of owning this car.....don't ever buy a car on a "hunch" it really can turn around and bit you on the arse.

At least when and if I do come to sell it I know and will be happy to say the car will be safe and reliable and not being held together with 'Plastic milk bottle tops' 'plastic pens' and bits of 'wood'
that's no exaggeration either.
Like I said I can not emphasize anough that this was responsible by the previous owner..but whoever it was 'Free Barclays pens' to join vacuum hoses together and plastic milk bottle tops to hold coilpacks in!!!!! REALLY?!!!
Sorry to hear this but i'm not surprised at all! The car did look great in the pictures but pictures are just pictures. Obviously its easy to know now in hindsight about the level of incompetence but it's a shame we didn't know each other and we didn't speak because i would have put you off buying from the guy as i have personal reasons to dislike him intensely.

He contacted me through myself selling genuine mint very low mileage 7A 20V parts at fair prices that were way way cheaper than Audi prices and i had no problem shifting to other members over on the S2 forum and eBay about 18 months ago. When i replied to his requests for prices of stuff i had not listed he just became cocky and abusive saying my prices were too expensive,he just expected me to give the stuff away himself saying he threw away these parts only a few years earlier. More fool for him not thinking ahead.

His emails were very unsavoury to say the least,he even trolled on the open forum over it.The man is deluded as i had no problem selling the parts to shall we say the more exacting members who are looking for mint perfectly working stuff to compliment their cars that have graced magazine articles like Audi Driver for one. I have even given one or 2 parts away for certain members to help them get the perfect original NLA part for their RS2. I'm afraid Jolfa deals in the gutter and is best avoided at all costs.

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