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RE: Synchro Scirocco
Simply put there was not a synchro A1 chassis. The Corrados share an A2
chassis for which you can then do an Golf syncro undercarriage and make it
To do a Scirocco Syncro you would need to cut out the entire chassis (or fab
a chassis) then bolt on all the pieces and make it work. Save your self the
$$$$, aggravation, time, and go buy a real Quattro Coupe, and have all the
items already there. Plus the capability of making a ton more HP than what
a VW engine will ever do. 300HP turbo 5 cly, are not uncommon.
If you want to peruse it, anything can and has been done, but to make a
street scirocco syncro would be a nightmare. Now to build a race version -
still a nightmare, but on smaller scale. Who needs a passenger seat, or
don't mind the exhaust pipe running through your chest there co-pilot.
87 8v Scirocco
74 Porsche 914 2.5L
73 Porsche Karmann Ghia
70 Porsche 914-6
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brandon Dove [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, August 28, 1998 10:25 AM
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> Subject: Synchro Scirocco
> Can anybody give me the low down on why no one has built a synchro
> Scirocco? Is it simply that there is far too much modification necessary
> to fit the synchro drivetrain etc. in a Scirocco? Thanks
> -Brandon Dove
> 89 8v Scirocco
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