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Re: Sport Quattro replica MAHLE piston group buy??

Postby AngryTaco » Sun Oct 12, 2014 11:53 pm

No problem, I was mainly interested in the quench pad design and wanted an idea.

Ill email you this week
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby ralleyquattro » Tue Apr 14, 2015 12:53 pm

Not much work has happened over the winter.... but can't help myself when parts come up... ;)

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Hoping to do some actual work soon now that this side of the earth has come up from below freezing!!
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83 Audi 80 q, Euro 2-Door
85 Audi Ur-q, Euro mit 3B
91 Coupe Quattro
93 Audi 80 q Avant, 2.5 TDI with 6-speed
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby audifreakjim » Tue Apr 14, 2015 1:10 pm

Yummy
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby my2000apb » Tue Apr 14, 2015 2:59 pm

that's the one that integrates with the hood venting?
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby ralleyquattro » Wed Apr 15, 2015 9:00 am

Yes, the connecting piece is on its way from Audi Tradition.. it is magnetic so when you close the hood it maintains the seal with the airbox.
Very cool setup.
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83 Audi 80 q, Euro 2-Door
85 Audi Ur-q, Euro mit 3B
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93 Audi 80 q Avant, 2.5 TDI with 6-speed
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby my2000apb » Wed Apr 15, 2015 9:18 am

ralleyquattro wrote:Yes, the connecting piece is on its way from Audi Tradition.. it is magnetic so when you close the hood it maintains the seal with the airbox.
Very cool setup.


WOW thats super cool!!!!
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby AngryTaco » Wed Apr 15, 2015 12:10 pm

Thats cool. Makes me want one now lol
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby loxxrider » Wed Apr 15, 2015 12:57 pm

AngryTaco wrote:Thats cool. Makes me want one now lol


Your should build a group A replica so you can still have 10v.

Very cool Martin! I can't wait to see this finished one day. It's going to put a huge smile on all of our faces :)
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby westco4k » Sat Aug 01, 2015 5:06 pm

these three builds are consuming my weekend. thank you guys for all of the details. as I keep saying, the difficulty of building one of these cars only makes me want to do it even more. cant wait to see more updates. keep up the great work! :beer: :beer:
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby ralleyquattro » Mon Oct 15, 2018 12:08 pm

So, a lot has happened since last post.
Unfortunately none of it pertaining to this project.
However last weekend she is off to the body shop to get the chassis welded up and all of the body work completed. Something I lack skill in and patience.

How she sat for last 4 or so years
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Loaded up onto the cube van
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Snug as a bug...
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At the shop
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More to come!
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83 Audi 80 q, Euro 2-Door
85 Audi Ur-q, Euro mit 3B
91 Coupe Quattro
93 Audi 80 q Avant, 2.5 TDI with 6-speed
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby jbrentd » Mon Oct 15, 2018 2:00 pm

I bet it feels good to get some movement on this project again. Can't wait to see how it turns out.
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby ralleyquattro » Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:13 am

Some progress.

So the B-pillar cut I performed was a little too optimistic.
Lucky me I had couple new inner pieces (full length) for reference.

Once the B-pillar is established it will get located on the rocker panel and welded in.

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83 Audi 80 q, Euro 2-Door
85 Audi Ur-q, Euro mit 3B
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93 Audi 80 q Avant, 2.5 TDI with 6-speed
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby mrdeye » Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:22 pm

Replica-shmiclicka.....that’s the real deal!!! At least it looks like your building like they did back in the day. Look’n good!!! :thumbsup: :drive: :beer:
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby Afterthought » Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:02 pm

mrdeye wrote:Replica-shmiclicka.....that’s the real deal!!! At least it looks like your building like they did back in the day. Look’n good!!! :thumbsup: :drive: :beer:

Is that how they built them ? THe production ones?

It’s going to be super cool for you- at least I imagine you still have at least one long wheel base URQ too? Having the ability to drive swb and lwb for long enough to really get the feel for them and dial them in and compare . I’ve never driven one of the short cars. Some of the videos you see just looks like a handful . Like the dahlback one just looks so awesome
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby ralleyquattro » Fri Oct 19, 2018 7:31 am

I had a privilege of driving a shorty at UPG 25 in Colorado thanks to Dean T.
It was like a dream come true.
Obviously I did not push the car to its limit but got enough sense to "feel" what it's like.
It does feel a lot like a 20v ur-q power wise albeit a lot more laggy and punchy (like a 10v).
Better handling IMHO i.e. better turn in and more responsive.
Awesome brakes, even though my '85 urq has SQ front calipers having 4 pistons at all 4 corners makes it that much better.
And the windshield angle, just so much better than ur-q which feels like you are wearing the sun visors on your forehead.
And the complete dash with extra gauges where you need them... all Ur-q afterwards should have had that dash.

Anyhoo, can't wait to have that feeling again.
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83 Audi 80 q, Euro 2-Door
85 Audi Ur-q, Euro mit 3B
91 Coupe Quattro
93 Audi 80 q Avant, 2.5 TDI with 6-speed
04 Audi A4 1.8Tq Avant USP 6-speed
04 Audi A4 3.0q Avant USP 6-speed
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Re: Sport Quattro replica

Postby varia » Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:55 am

ralleyquattro wrote:I had a privilege of driving a shorty at UPG 25 in Colorado thanks to Dean T.
It was like a dream come true.
Obviously I did not push the car to its limit but got enough sense to "feel" what it's like.
It does feel a lot like a 20v ur-q power wise albeit a lot more laggy and punchy (like a 10v).
Better handling IMHO i.e. better turn in and more responsive.
Awesome brakes, even though my '85 urq has SQ front calipers having 4 pistons at all 4 corners makes it that much better.
And the windshield angle, just so much better than ur-q which feels like you are wearing the sun visors on your forehead.
And the complete dash with extra gauges where you need them... all Ur-q afterwards should have had that dash.

Anyhoo, can't wait to have that feeling again.


yeah, just rub it in... :)

I hope, one day i can build one
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