For all other shipping options please contact us. I know your linkage and mounting for the 01e is different than the B5 S4 but we did this swap in a C5 4. Once we receive your order you will be contacted to schedule your pick-up. But you have a margin. But I figure I could have this box disassembled, the gear carrier deburred, the gears shot peened, the oil pump fitted, and a new Quaife installed for a lot less than what Herr Kluge would charge me.
Here is the more popular B5 S4 2. Unless there's something keeping you from parting with the current S4 you're looking at, color, options, mods, condition, miles, etc. It seems that they all have been mounted on 2. Re: 01E input shaft close up Congrats Mark that this worked out so nicely for you. Adapter plate on 01E Here's the same adapter plate fitted to the 01E. I will, at a minimum, have the transaxle cryogenically treated.
I think you might be able to remove the whole front ring and pinion and plug the output shaft holes. This website has been planned and developed by TheFactoryFiveForum. . I'll need a new clutch disk. I would weigh my options for this one, though. The cast aluminum vane directs air to an exhaust port on the right side of the transaxle case. Technical note: — On some models, circlip retaining thrust ring needs to be relocated from the top of first gear to the bottom of first gear.
Not to mention all the races I've missed. It looks like the left half shaft will need to be a little shorter than the right. Many customers have raised the issue of gearing that has been designed for relaxed Autobarn cruising rather than performance driving in racing applications. No way no how could they in their wettest fantasies have honestly believed that people 25years later would be pumping six seven hundered hp through them on a daily basis. Contrary to what I've read elsewhere, this also fits like a glove.
The 016 is an outstanding transmission, but it does have it's limits. Please note these are only available with a core! Vehicle names and images are used for reference purposes only. Quote: There are many problems with this: Welding the center diff will eventually result in the welds or gears cracking. Let's take a minute and thank Audi for giving us the 016 and the 01E. Is it 100% possible to weld a dif solid and experience no failure.
Although we do not and cannot review the messages posted and are not responsible for the content of any of these messages, we reserve the right to delete any message for any reason whatsoever. Geez, this is one of the reasons I love Audi. I'll bet the center-shaft spacing between the input and main shafts is larger on the 01E. Thanks in advance for the help. One is located on the rear cover right side and the other is located on the left side of the transmission by the axel flange. Seem that Murphy was quite the optimist compared to the kraut who designed the tranny's back then. The torsen on an 01E is twice the size and weight of an 016 torsen, I can see an advantage there.
Shine Racing is a Quaife America dealer and they do a lot of work on Audi race cars. Option tab for Canada orders. It looks to me that, unlike the 016, the drive flanges on the 01E are asymetric about the input shaft. Some exploring of schematics might be necessary. It's all welcome as long as it's Audi. The shift collar for first and second gear is debured as well.
Not sure about the 01E, but if you can then I recommend that upgrade. Sorry for he threadjack, I just love looking at these engines! Seem that Murphy was quite the optimist compared to the kraut who designed the tranny's back then. It wont be as strong as a spool but i would put money on it not failing. With that in mind though, you may run into interference issues with the front output shafts and the transmission tunnel. I can't pass up on this s4, too good of a deal and its too beautiful. If you do not already have a manual transmission please see our tip to six speed swap kits. If one welds the center diff, you could absolutely do this.