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About a year ago i didn't even know what a valve was and i wasn't much of a car person. So i decided to buy a project car. makes sense right? At the time i was a blind Audi fanboy (still am) and i just wanted an old manual Audi for super cheap to play around with. Flash forward to today and i am trying to put a 3B from a 91' 200 into my B3 90. I always liked Audi but i had no idea of the cool cars they used to make back in the day or had any knowledge of the turbo 5 cylinder awesomeness. Thanks to this website i now do and i have decided to share.

Here is the past 9 months or so to show you where i am currently at.

oct 5, 2014: got the car for $700 and had to trailer it due to a bad wheel bearing.
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so logically the first item that needed to be worked on was the interior.
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Now that it was bearable to be inside it was time to get it into driving condition. The wheel bearing was fixed along with the hand brake and rear calipers which were frozen.
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Had some fun that winter.
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After about 3 months of it sitting in the garage and me sitting on motorgeek i got the inspiration to spend money!
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I didn't know how to weld well enough to attach the perch rings safely so i got creative with the perch rings and some exhaust tubing. i used a pipe expander to make the pipe fit over the sleeve and used some tac welds to hold everything in place. i made it so when the strut caps tighten down that nothing moves around and everything fits snugly together.
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Here are the "welds":
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Along with the coilovers i replaced the control arm bushings and ball joints and tie rods and stuff.

Here is how the car sat after:
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Now after spending all that time and money i decided to take it slow and sort out some of the smaller issues with the car while i save up to do a hub swap and buy some wheels. i also have some dash light problems that needed to be addressed.

While looking for hubs/lights/wheel stuff i decide to hop on craigslist and i find a 91' 200 turbo quattro one hour away from me which i ended up buying for $1500 and a trade for a moped, my estimated value was $1900 total for the car.
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I drove the 200 home about 80 miles and it was absolutely awesome. I would have loved to keep the car and fix the smaller issues on it and have it grown on me enough to not want to tear it apart. However i have a one car garage and a total of 5 other cars in the family that need to use the driveway space.
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The car was full disassembled minus all of the wiring other than the engine harness. A sawzall turned it into little movable pieces which were carried away and scrapped.

Everything but the chassis is in my attic and the engine sits on a stand in my garage.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 09, 2015 1:46 pm 
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i don't exactly have a solid plan. i knew i wanted a 3B at some point down the road and since they are so rare and this one was so close to me i couldn't let it slip by. i wasn't exactly ready for this swap.

As of now my plans are just to do a stock swap. i want to get everything wired up and working properly with the stock 200 ecu. i will replace any obviously faulty components but for the most part nothing special.

if anyone can point me to some good resources on people who have done this swap. i have a NG in the 90 as opposed to the 20v i usually see in the coupe swaps if that makes a difference. The main thing im looking for is more detail on the whole AC dilemma i cant seem to find any information on that.


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Your Audi affliction has progressed beautifully; like the rest of us, there's no hope for you now!

:stupid: :lol: :lol:

What spring rates and lengths did you end up going with for your setup?

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For the front I went with 7" 350# Qa1 springs
The rear has 8" 375# eibach

I don't have the factory rear sway bar tabs so I tried to find some 8" threaded sleeves for the rear but they did not come in a 2.170" so I have the ~5" of adjust ability front and rear which is plenty.

The car rides surprisingly well and I have to attribute that to the konis. One thing I did notice is the rear of the car tends to roll quite a bit while the front stays flat so I picked up a 4kq sway bar that I plan to add to the rear. I'm wondering if 26mm is too much though.


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Small update:

De-greased the 3B and painted it a bit.

replaced VC gasket

Replaced intake manifold gasket

Replaced water manifold gaskets

Replaced turbo oil line gaskets

Replaced most vacuum lines

Now that the motor is freshened up a bit I've decided to start pulling apart the 90. Spent some time on removing the front bracing, hood and radiator. I plan on having the motor and transmission out by Sunday.


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Spent some more time disassembling the 90 today. removed all of the accessories from the engine to make maneuvering a bit easier. to my surprise the AC and Alternator brackets from the NG bolt right up to the 3B. also the starter on my 3B is broken but thankfully that swaps right over. I labeled everything i possibly could since this is my first time doing anything like this. i made way more progress than i was expecting today and all that's left is the 2 heater core hoses and the motor/ tranny bolts.

Quick question: do I use the motor brackets off of the NG or the 3b?


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Finally got the motor pulled today, only took me two days which was surprising. Now it's time to clean the bay a bit and get the battery relocated and the old harness out.

Still unsure of which motor brackets to use? Also does anyone know if the sensors are a direct swap between the motors? Coolant temp, oil temp, oil pressure? Pretty much all of the ones located on the thermostat housing side of the block. The NG had some cleaner looking ones that I wanted to swap over.


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You need to use the mount arms from the NG. Also, if your car has the Aux gauges, you need to use the sensors from the NG or they won't read properly. Also, the MFTS needs to come from the NG so the cluster reads proper temp. I missed that one, and now the temp gauge barely gets to temp when it should be reading hot enough to then on the fans.

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So your saying these 4 sensors here (minus the top left on the water manifold) have to be swapped with the NG ones? Also is the mfts located on the back of the head on the 3B?


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Hey! Brown plug in the water mani is the MTFS, smaller one to it's left is the turbo WP after run switch IIRC.
The two lower ones on the block are for the oil pressure low, and high warning light. I forget which is which (smaller one is low i think?). Those you'll hook into your stock 90 oil light circuit. The second connection on the larger of the two switches is the sender for the stock 200 oil pressure gauge in the cluster.

The white sensor at the back of the head is the coolant temp sensor for the 3b ECU. Highly recommend replacing it as it controls the warm-up enrichment.

As far as your Aux gauges go, you should be fine on volts and oil temp. Just swap on the NG oil pressure/switch (bigger two terminal) to be sure.

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Bit of an update: I have no idea what I'm doing anymore!


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Update:

Got a set of b5 a4 75mm hubs which i will be installing after the swap is complete. (once i have the funds for brakes)
Also found 100mm output flanges for the 200's 016
For the shifter linkage i got a b5 a4 shifter housing box to make the linkage from the 200 work

i also found mounts for the trans which i will get my hands on soon hopfully.

the last two pieces to the transmission puzzle are the 4kq driveshaft and rear axles from another b3(so i was told).

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Spent a lot of time shining up the engine bay and getting all of the dirt off. i did a lazy battery tray removal and im debating on weather i should keep it like this or go through the trouble of cutting the spot welds and painting.
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As you can see i also exposed the wires in the harness to get a better understanding of how this will all work out. Nothing was understood.

anybody have any input?

what am i supposed to keep from my NG harness? brake fluid, radiator fluid, oil/coolant sensors?

i feel the only things worth removing are the CIS stuff. also the 3b harness doesn't have a power wire for the battery so im guessing i should keep that.

am i adding in the engine managment side of the 3b harness into the NG or am i adding in NG harness parts into the entire 3b harness.

i have bentlys for both cars but im not even at that stage yet.

until then ill just be cleaning the engine bay some more :?


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Slowly making progress...

Spent some quality time with the 3b harness and the wiring diagrams. Getting a hang of how to read them, still a lot of work to do in that department.

In the meantime i pulled the climate box out for reflapping and a new heatercore.


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I'm currently doing a 3b swap too, the 7A multi-connector B is giving my a few issues with the pin-out.

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Wish I could help but I don't even know what the B connector is yet. Feel free to share once you figure it out I'm sure I'll have the same problem.


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More Progress!

The airbox flaps were recovered with something i found at the store called aerotape. worked very well and the adhesive is very strong. In the process of testing everything i did end up breaking one of the clips that holds the cable to the flaps and it is proving rather difficult to find a solution for. Are those cables available anywhere for purchase?
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I also ended up pulling the entire fuse panel down inside the cabin which made visualizing where the harness goes and what it does easier. Shortly after i removed the entire harness in one piece.
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I peeled all of the shrink tubing and tape off and i got a pretty good jump on the wiring and how i will integrate everything.

I also ordered some stainless steel hard line for the fuel, various seals for the 016 and rear diff, a new heater core, and a throw out bearing.


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Nice! I see your about to start what I'm about to start. I'm curious.

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Curious about what? I feel like you stopped mid sentence..


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good job man keep it up, in the end its the best feeling ever...where are you located?

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Hey thanks! I can't wait to finally get it rolling. Also I'm about an hour north of Milwaukee WI


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