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Old 14-07-09, 10:25 PM   #1
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As near as I can tell R8's were produced in the following sizes.


5.5x13et38/4x100 PCD
6x13 ? /4x100
6x14et45/4x100 for type 81 Coupe, and front drive saloons
6x14et45/4x108 for type 81 Quattros and type 85 Coupe and Quattros
6x14et ? ? 5x112 ?
6x14et35/4x100 (dished)
6x15et35/4x100
6x15et42/4x100
6x15et45/4x108
6x15et45/5x112 for the early UrQ and 5T
7x15et22/5x112 (dished)
7x15et25/4x100 (dished)
7x15et28/4x100&108 (deep dished)
7x15et35/4x100&108/5x112 (dished)
7x15et37/4x100&108 (dished)
7x15et42/4x100&108/5x112 (dished)
8x15et24/4x108/5x112 (dished) for the Ur Quattro after 1983?
9x15et12/5x112 (dished) Sport Quattro
10x15et/5x112 (dished)
Please add/amend this list if you can.

It would be great to have a catalog image from the time.

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Old 14-07-09, 10:31 PM   #2
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Got an Audi Sport accessories brochure circa 1985 here which shows the R8's as available in 14's for the 80 and 15's for the 90, 100 and 200.
What was the difference between the R8 and the Comp T/A's as the brochure has both names under the image?

**edit : read the brochure now and that's the wheel and tyre combo.
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Old 14-07-09, 10:35 PM   #3
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Any chance you can scan the pages.
This thread could be a quick resource for many folks questions.
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I though I had it scanned in but only the part with the Centra wheels and Votex spolier.
I'll get it sorted tomorrow
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Old 14-07-09, 10:46 PM   #5
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http://www.kvquattro.com/1986AudiSportsAccessories.html

http://www.kvquattro.com/1986AudiAcc...ccesories.html

http://www.kvquattro.com/1988AudiAcc...chureJuly.html

http://www.kvquattro.com/1990accessoryBrochure.html

Also, there were 2 different versions of the 4 stud R8, similar but slightly different.....
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Old 14-07-09, 10:49 PM   #6
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cheers, that save me scanning it in as that's the same brochure!

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Old 15-07-09, 08:51 AM   #7
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Hmmm see the centra ones ...................I have a set in 5 stud white complete with the center flat cap
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As near as I can tell R8's were produced in the following sizes.


5.5x13et38/4x100PCD
6x14et45/4x100&108 PCD
6x14et35/4x100 (dished)
6x15et35/4x100
6x15et42/4x100
6x15et45/4x108
7x15et22/5x112 (dished)
7x15et25/4x100 (dished)
7x15et28/4x100 (deep dished)
7x15et35/4x100&108/5x112 (dished)
7x15et37/4x100&108 (dished)
7x15et42/4x100&108/5x112 (dished)
8x15et24/4x108/5x112 (dished)
9x15et11/4x108 (dished)
Please add/amend this list if you can.

It would be great to have a catalog image from the time.
They also was made in 6x13 4/100
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Wish they'd done some 16" too. 15" a bit limiting when you need bigger brakes
The 15" ET42 4 studs are the ones to have in order to get 205's on without arch mods to a Cq
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Wish they'd done some 16" too. 15" a bit limiting when you need bigger brakes
The 15" ET42 4 studs are the ones to have in order to get 205's on without arch mods to a Cq
yes agree i have a lot of them (14) 15x7 ET42 4/108 , but no car to put it on

this maybe could be a alternativ
availble in 15", 16", 17", 18", 19", 20"
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