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993 fact of the day....

Lig

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I am sure some of you will know this already but...... I showed a friend of mine my new car and he educated me by telling me the 993 shares the same parts for the brakes, front bumper side lights \ indicators and wing mirrors as the old RS2?! (there is a clue on the calipers....)

Well who have thought it!!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audi_RS_2_Avant
http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C67450

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Lig.
 
Yes but alas the parts are no cheaper :pc:
 
Lig said:
I am sure some of you will know this already but...... I showed a friend of mine my new car and he educated me by telling me the 993 shares the same parts for the brakes, front bumper side lights \ indicators and wing mirrors as the old RS2?! (there is a clue on the calipers....)

Well who have thought it!!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audi_RS_2_Avant
http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C67450

tn51.JPG


Lig.

Strictly speaking, a matter of the RS2 using 993 parts. :)

The original RS2 was developed by Porsche on Audi's behalf and used bits from Porsche's "parts bins" to upgrade brakes, etc..
 
Red993C4 said:
Lig said:
I am sure some of you will know this already but...... I showed a friend of mine my new car and he educated me by telling me the 993 shares the same parts for the brakes, front bumper side lights \ indicators and wing mirrors as the old RS2?! (there is a clue on the calipers....)

Well who have thought it!!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audi_RS_2_Avant
http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C67450


Lig.

Strictly speaking, a matter of the RS2 using 993 parts. :)

The original RS2 was developed by Porsche on Audi's behalf and used bits from Porsche's "parts bins" to upgrade brakes, etc..

PS: Just clicked on the wikipedia link and saw that that information was already linked to in the original post. :roll:
 

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