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New posts. Search forums. Log in. Thread starter nitec Start date Apr 9, Prev 1 2 3 4 Next. First Prev 2 of 4 Go to. Well, none Yes, I'm sad to see such a rare bird torn apart. If this is an original Canada car, it was 1 of 10 brought into the country.
Only 95 or so for the US. I ended up not needing it. I swap it on spec while troubleshooting what ended up being the MUCH more affordable harmonic balancer belt. You can wipe your tears with your new Merc user head and yes on the AC - you can see a pic of it in post I Eurotrash the owner kept the BHW setup, which doesn't work with the W Machineman Veteran Member.
BHW's out Windex Top Post Dawg. SMF mm I read about the synchros but I'm taking the risk I used to use photobucket quite a lot for images - it's turned to complete garbage over the last couple of years. Good progress! W8 is under the knife Yes, the 01E has a pump which goes to an external cooler on the W8. From painful experience I suggest you rethink the MSG. The resonance in the cabin between and was unbearable.
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Switched to DMF and problem went away. You don't need the cooler for this application. Just loop the ports together. Windex, are you sure about the A4 fitment?
I thought they were a little short. I have the mm flanges on my 01E, have salvaged many an A4 driveshaft and installed on my b5. It's all about the flange size. Mikkijayne Veteran Member.
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Just freshen up the W8 axles? You can remove the oil cooler pump, gut it, and then block off the ports rather than looping them. Or, get an auto radiator and hook it up properly.
Thats what I did with mine Some versions don't even have the pump, but it seems all the higher powered models did. I have no problem hooking up a cooler to it - I've got like 5 in the garage I've got spare A4 1.
Last edited: May 28, Depends on the flanges on your W8 01E - Mine was from a 2. If you're going to swap the flanges, send the old ones my way please!
I can easily acquire a pair of those to send your way if you need some. I found the OE oil for the 01E didn't last very long before it degraded and the trans got notchy. I run Castrol Syntrans in them instead now which they seem to like.
Shifts are much nicer than the stock oil. Not sure if you can get that over there though. I haven't gone through the harness yet Intercooler: - The W8 obviously doesn't have one and instead has a bigger washer fluid bottle in that spot.
Very painless - all the mounting holes are there - Beware you will lose the front headlight sprayer pump if you do that though - the BHW reservoir doesn't have the second port for the pump so there's nowhere to mount it Radiator: - The W8 rad is visibly bigger and the main coolant ports are on the wrong side. I decided to keep the W8 rad support as it works better with the headlights and everything else so I will be fitting the BHW radiator to the W8 rad support.
So far this will only require drilling an swap hole in the rad support for the Eurotrash BHW coolant port and a quick bracket to hold the rad in place - I'll take pics for that - Keeping the W8 rad support means that I will keep the electrical fans as well - there's quite a bit of wiring in place to run those and none of it seems to be engine dependent so I head to keep it I'll have to keep an eye on the temperatures and make sure that the BHW temp sensor is able to drive the fans properly - I may need to add an extra sensor for that - we'll see AC: - I think this is the only "challenge" with the whole swap if I could use this word to describe it - it's not really complicated it's just the only thing that requires some thinking and an actual decision - I've posted some pics above for this so I'll just write it up here - The BHW uses a clutch type AC compressor that's mounted on the passenger side of the engine and uses a separate belt to drive it with it's own tensioner.
Because of that the alternator and hydraulic pump use a thinner belt and therefore have thinner pulleys as well.
The problem with keeping this setup is it won't plug directly into your W8 harness. If you wanted to keep that compressor you'd have to use the BPW B7 A4 accessory bracket that would allow you to mount it on the right of the BHW engine. Everything will swap over. The W8 lines will need a little "convincing" to work with the BPW bracket as they are twisted a little different but they will work.
I'm keeping all stock emissions equipment so there should be no CELs to deal with - I'm also keeping the stock W8 cluster as it's already integrated with the rest of the car - I'll live with the RPM limit being 9k or whatever and I may have a missing glow plug light MJ - I'll be in London next week - I might drop by again to chat. Nothing drivable yet though.