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Old 18th December 2002
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Default red DI/APC for sale on ebay

go to:
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My German's not that hot, but I think it says it's from an 89 car. So that would be a Carlsson spec vehicle then, whatever the equivalent was in Germany.
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My German is alomost non existent but does it not say that it is for a turbo with DI cassette? I havent seen a 900 of that age with DI.
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So that would be a Carlsson spec vehicle then, whatever the equivalent was in Germany.
Talladega, perhaps?

However, it mentions 185PS (180-odd hp), which is less than Carlys were putting out, I thought (204hp?)
It's described as a tuning kit, so sounds (and looks) like it wasn't removed from a factory-fitment.
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Yes Bill, the Talladega was lower power spec than the Carlsson. I'm not sure if this was due to the APC setup or a bigger turbo. :-??

Probably best steering clear of an imported APC then, too many uncertainties!!
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