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Audi Coupe Quattro 1985 real_customs build

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:16 am 
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Another project, very rare, factory, Quattro coupe. Condition as usual)
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dismantle
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A 4-cylinder motor was pushed in to deregister, then naturally there will be a 5-cylinder motor.
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Inspection of the body showed rust and a lot of putty, then sent the body to sandblasting for cleaning
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And there interesting details were revealed
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After the sand, immediately the soil
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Next - welding, holes in the bottom, new thresholds and arches
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the battery was transferred to the trunk
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new jacks with emphasis on the side member
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Thresholds and arches were stained and oiled before installation
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Then the suspension was removed and the bottom was immediately covered with epoxy primer and then with an anti-gravel coating

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After the bottom I took up the suspension, everything was disassembled and sent for sandblasting and painting
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All consumables are new, the body is on wheels
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Then it was necessary to remove the layer of putties and paints that had accumulated over 30 years
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After that, everything is immediately put into epoxy and we see such a picture
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Further alignment
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And priming again
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The color will be original LY3D
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https://www.instagram.com/real__customs/

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Looks good so far, thank you for sharing your work with us!

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Painting, base as I already wrote LY3D, PPG D800 varnish, paint took 4 liters, varnish 6 liters
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I love LY3D...I've had five cars that color.

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The assembly began with the laying of fuel and brake lines
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The pump suspension with filter is used from b3, because there was no native as well as fasteners on the body
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Everything is ready to put the motor.

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The state looks so-so, I decided to disassemble it before installation, and for good reason

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inside the oil turned into something incomprehensible

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As a result, I completely disassembled

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New liners ring gaskets

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Collected and installed under the hood

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Then I installed the rail and pedal assembly
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The vacuum amplifier installed a two-membrane from A4, for this I made an adapter for the stem and a flange for fasteners
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Then I picked up the back part a little
black vinyl under the number
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Looking good, that was some nasty sludge from the 7A!

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cuatrokoop wrote:
Looking good, that was some nasty sludge from the 7A!

the motor was lying for a long time, perhaps the oil has oxidized during this time and turned into this

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realcustoms wrote:
the motor was lying for a long time, perhaps the oil has oxidized during this time and turned into this


Highly likely that is the case.

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Today we will talk about wiring.
In 90% of cases in old cars, it requires repair, after the intervention of music installers, alarms, under the hood, the wires crack from temperature and the ends break off.
Now there will be photos not for the faint of heart)
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We managed to get the harness on the buttons in good condition
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This heap of wires, extra, from alarms, music and other incomprehensible things
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First of all, power wires are laid on the battery in the trunk, starter and generator
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grounding

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Made a new harness for sensors for tidy, and Headlights, gearbox
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Further wiring to the engine. since it is from an audi 90 b3, then I had to unwind the harness, remove or add wires and rewind
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ECU installed under the feet of the passenger
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After I collected the engine compartment
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Checking all systems
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I take it you re-wrapped the harnesses after you stripped them down with the cloth/friction tape? Looks nice and factory.

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cuatrokoop wrote:
I take it you re-wrapped the harnesses after you stripped them down with the cloth/friction tape? Looks nice and factory.

yes, I removed the factory braid, I had to take out extra wires or add somewhere, and then I rewound everything

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The longest part of the work is assembly, search or manufacture of fasteners, spare parts, etc.
Drive, there was a replacement of all CV joints and cardan repair
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Everything went smoothly at the back, but the front hubs from a4b5 and the shruz ordered from a4b5 did not climb there for some reason, just like the front one from b3 5cyl, as a result, it was possible to pick up by typing, the front one came from b3 4cyl without abs.
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Along the way, the oil in the gearbox and gearbox was changed to GL-5 synthetics
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Set the brakes by re-drilling the stock discs for 5 bolts
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the caliper had to be sharpened in front, so that it would become exactly on the disk, perhaps because of a non-native hub
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New hoses and boots for steering rods
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The exhaust for the 80 quattro is only from the b3 body, so I had to modify
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at the end I welded stainless steel nozzles, made a swing like a drain
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Painting of installed elements
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The power steering from the 7a motor has a circuit for the brakes, so I took out a plunger and made a new hose to the rail
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The filter box has become standard, almost to the factory fasteners
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Stove, all elements are new, on top and inside, new seals
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In the process, some alterations are solved, such as a clutch rod and other little things
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The engine starts, the car drives and slows down, but there are still a lot of problems that we are dealing with.

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