UrQ with Treser bits

Steve Sears steve.sears at soil-mat.on.ca
Tue Nov 17 12:23:16 PST 2015

Hi Cody,
I'm sure this is the same car over which a firestorm brewed out into the open on Quattroworld:
It has Treser bits on it (rear wing, maybe steering wheel), but it is not a Treser urQ - underhood should look like this:
http://www.oldtimermanchester.com/images/products/large/Product_13_5.jpg  (in which case, changing the air filter should be relatively easy)
Here is an article showing how modified the car was all over - different dash, interior, rims, bumpers, etc. etc.:
Steve Sears
2001 allroad 6MT
[1987 5kTQ] - sold
1980 5k
1962 and '64 Auto Union DKW Junior deLuxes
1961 Zweirad Union DKW 158 Violetta - wall art
1930-something DKW F? Projekt - on the back burner
-----Original Message-----

> On Nov 16, 2015, at 5:11 PM, Cody Forbes <cody at 5000tq.com> wrote:
> After all of these years of being an Audi fan I've finally got an urQ under my care. Besides Ben Swann's heavily modified urQ this is the only one I've ever touched. It's a 1982 Treser that a customer recently purchased from Oregon and has some issues to deal with. 
> First question mark I've found... It looks like it really sucks to check the air filter, yes? Disconnect air intake hose, undo airbox clips that will be impossible to reinstall, and use to dark matter to create a hole in space to lift the top half of the airbox w/ fuel distributor up?
> -Cody Forbes (mobile)

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