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Reged: 12/12/2007
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Loc: Poland, Upper Silesia
Re: A8 ABZ immobilisation system - for electro-gee [re: b homburg]
      18/12/2007 23:27

Hi, my Friend!

Thanks for reply. As I see - problem is not to overcome with simple trick... Of course, I understand, that knowledge about freezing immo system gives some guys possibility to arrange illegal doings, so - of course I'm not surprised, that some people, who know, how to do that thing will not write too much at public space
Telling You the truth - I don't know, what year, the donor comes from. I've bought only engine with external equipment and ECU. Maybe the seller will know more, I'll ask him.

How do You know, that I've builded GAZ 69? Did You found photos, or movie in web? It has 3.5 V8 rover engine installed , not audi, of course with not such huge power, but a very flat torque at extermally low rpm.

Audi's ABZ is dedicated for my private car - audi 90Q B2 - wonderful youngtimer I want to tune up a little bit
300 horsepower would be enough
If You are interested in more our projects, just drop me a line with mail address, I can send You some photos.

Regards and thank You.

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* A8 ABZ immobilisation system - for electro-geeks:) Sebastian Sarre 12/12/2007 10:42
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. * Re: A8 ABZ immobilisation system - for electro-gee Sebastian Sarre   18/12/2007 23:27

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