What does b stand for in 32b

Audi 90 Quattro 20v v5 in VW Passat 32 B

Hello, I will soon get a VW Passat 32b and would like to install an Audi 90 Quattro 20v v5 engine. And now my question, what do I have to replace (what kind of add-on parts such as: gearbox)?

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The rear drum brake with brake force distributor can withstand 160 hp. So you can leave the brake behind on a 16V. At the front you can only swap the discs, calipers and saddle holder to 256mm, whereby the first 16 GTIs have 236mm so the small brake. The gearbox fits the 16V, only eats for a short time. Then another fuel pump has to be put in and small-scale work that slows down the most. If you get it out of the Golf or Passat, you just had to open a few holes and recut threads. If you know your way around it is only half as true as some think.

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Originally written by tschechek

The rear drum brake with brake force distributor can withstand 160 hp. So you can leave the brake behind on a 16V.

Where do you get this information from?

From an edger of mine who has a Golf 1 convertible with a G60 and drives 14 inch rims. So he enlarged the front to 156mm and left the drums at the back. And the Audi Coupe type 81 to 83 with the 2.1 liter 131 hp has 136mm at the front and drum brakes at the rear.

Chechek,

you mean the 256 Gerling G 54 brake and not the 156.

However, the different bolt circles for the rims must also be taken into account, Audi used 4 times 108 and VW used 4 times 100. When exchanging, please pay attention to the brakes of an Audi. That means coordinating the corresponding wheel hubs, brake discs and rims with one another.

ups, yes, 256mm. The first Audi Coupe type 81 up to bj 83 had pitch circle 4X100, from 84 only the 4 cylinders in the coupe up to bj 88 had 4X100 and the 5 ender 4X108. The Audi 80 had 4X100 up to 86 except for the Quattro, which had 4X108.

And the Passat 32b with KV engine had internally ventilated 256 disks at the front and 226 disks at the rear. With LK 4x100. Rear drums were only installed up to 115HP.

A ones Cab or an Audi Coupe are not a Passat, which is why your statement "The rear drum brake with brake force distributor can withstand 160 hp." may be true in principle, but for the 32b is definitely wrong.

That always depends on the Tüver. I have a 32b with an original KX so 236mm in front and drums in the back. But now I have a KV in it and didn't have to do anything on the brakes. I am still allowed to drive 13 inches. It is best to always ask on the TÜV what you need for braking and where