Audi 100 Sport
Mein Audi 100 Sport turbo quattro beim
wöchentlichen Treffen im Chemnitz Center. Laut KBA mit diesen
Schlüsselnummern noch 72 zugelassene Fahrzeuge(Stand 01/2012) Das Fahrzeug
ist jetzt in zweiter Hand und besitzt den Orginallack. Bremse an der VA vom
Audi TT 312x25mm an der HA 269x20 vom Audi 220V bzw. S6.
Viele Motor und Fahrwerksteile Sandgestrahlt und Schwarz Pulverbeschichtet.
Servotronik-Lenkgetriebe aus Audi S6 mit Lenkungsdämpfer.
Motor Regeneriert, RS2 Metallkopfdichtung, turbolader K24, 2Teiliger Abgaskrümmer mit
seltener Getriebestütze!!! Eigenbau Abgasanlage und vieles vieles mehr was
nur ein kenner sieht ;-)
Audi 200 Quattro launching with launch control/anti-lag
Quick clip I threw together of my 1991 Audi 200 testing the launch
control/anti-lag feature and some other footage for fun.
Stock block/head with 300k+ miles
VEMS EMS from EFI Express . com
Siemens Deka 870cc injectors @ 3bar base pressure
ClutchNet red pressure plate with 6 puck disk
Tune to 23psi on E85 fuel.
3" turbo back Exhaust
034 engine and transmission mounts
BBS RK 17X8 ET35 wheels
General Exclaim UHP 225-45-17
Suspension IS NOT STOCK OR WORN! Custom coil-over suspension was assembled
by me for this car and I am testing and tuning. The setup for this video
Eibach 550LB rear 2.5" X 6" springs
Eibach 450LB front 2.5" X 6" springs
Hyperco take up springs front and rear
Sitting on stock valved Bilstein sport struts front and rear
All new bushing and control arms
The struts need to be valved a bit stiffer to help with the squattro action
however weight transfer isn't a bad thing.
Filmed with a Canon EOS 5DMKii and a Canon EOS 7D using a 35L and 85L
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Audi 5000 - The original King of Unintended Acceleration - Whatthedileo
This is my 1985 Audi 5000. I still have the window sticker from this car.
The video is from ~1995. I'm proud of some of my tweaks. The fake
'el-cheapo' car stereo faceplate that I used to hide my super-incredible
JVC head unit. And the hole I cut out behind the back seat to mount my CD
Changer (so I didn't have to go out into the trunk when it was raining).
Back to the JVC- that thing had a AUX jack that would let yoiu plug your
iPod into. But it came out in 1989!!! Also, notice the center console...
the 1985 Audi 5000 didn't come with one! Shawn helped me get that piece
from a salvage yard, and I made brackets and carpetted the sides.
I have always been a huge fan of the Audi 5000. I feel that vehicle, and
the Benz 190, gave birth to modern automobile design, what I call the
'molded' look. If you look at the styling of cars American cars from the
mid 80's and the late 80's, it is startling. One by one, U.S. cars went
bumpers and choppy steel bodies to suddenly looking like they were formed
out of a plastic mold.
The Mercedes Benz 190 was introduced in 1993.
The Audi 5000 was 'born' in Germany in 1983 as the 100.
At Chrysler, the '87 Le Baron coupe was their first new-age design.
At GM, I believe the change started with Boneville SSE in '87, and then the
Grand Prix SE in '88.
At Ford, I think the '86 Taurus is the most vivid example of the
Audi Unintended Acceleration PR film from 1987 Part 1
In 1986, 60 minutes did a story on Audi after a woman had pinned her 6 year
old son between the front of her car and the garage door. The boy was
fatally injured. It was unclear why she had started the car and put it into
gear before her children were inside and buckled in. It was (much later)
found that she had accidentally given the car full throttle while she
thought she was on the brake. NHTSA and Audi performed several
investigations, and the cars were never found to be at fault. It was even
found that the car demonstrated on 60 minutes had been modified to
malfunction on camera. Audi's reputation was severely damaged. In 1985,
Audi had sold 75,000 cars in North America. By 1991, the number had
dwindled down to less than 12,000. Audi considered pulling out of the
American car market completely, and their numbers didn't recover until
1994. It should be noted that the Audi 5000 was made from 1978 to 1988 with
hundreds of thousands sold worldwide, and only units sold in America were
ever reported for unintended acceleration.