TT32, Serwisowanie i Naprawa

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TT 3.2 quattro
Introduction
The 2004 Audi TT 3.2 quattro represents two
firsts. It is the first-ever TT with a V6 engine,
and the first Audi vehicle to use the 02E
Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG), the
revolutionary racing-derived six-speed
transmission that combines the best
qualities of both manual and automatic
transmissions.

Larger dual-piston floating calipers with
ventilated rotors

Modified exhaust system

Sport suspension

Larger rear spoiler

Lower front grille
Also new or modified for 2004 are:

Rear diffuser with honeycomb pattern

Steering wheel gearshift paddle

Xenon headlights

Electronic Stabilization Program (ESP)
and Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) with
Electronic Differential Locks (EDL) and
Electronic Rear Brake-Force Distribution
(EBD)

Aluminum shift cover

Tire mobility system
Sport Suspension
with New Spring/
Damper Settings
MK 60 ESP/ABS
3.2-liter, 4-valve V6 engine
250 hp, 236 lb/ft of torque
New
Bumper
New
Ventilation
Grille
Modified Pivot Bearing
New Direct
Shift Gearbox
(DSG)
Dual-Piston Brake System with
Ventilated Rotors
Lateral Ventilation
Apertures
Auxiliary
Cooler
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TT 3.2 quattro
With this new V6 engine and quattro, the TT
3.2 covers 0-60 mph in 6.4 seconds as a
Coupe, and 6.6 seconds as a Roadster. Top
speed for both models is electronically
governed at 130 mph.
02E Direct Shift Gearbox
(DSG)
Shift-by-Wire Gear Selection
based on CAN-bus
Steering Wheel
Gearshift Paddles
Selector Lever
Surround in Aluminum
New
Rear
Spoiler
Sound
Optimized
Exhaust
System
Augmented Anti-Roll
Bars at Front and Rear
Honeycomb
Pattern
Diffuser Trim
Tire Mobility System
Battery at Rear
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TT 3.2 quattro
3.2-Liter V6 Engine
Introduction
The new Audi 3.2-liter V6 engine is a proven
design that has outstanding torque and
power characteristics combined in an
extremely compact package.
Adjustable valve timing systems overcome
the limitations of static valve timing by
altering the points in the four-stroke cycle
when the valves open and close. This allows
the 3.2-liter V6 to produce higher torque
throughout a wider rpm range.
A cylinder angle of just 15 degrees makes
the four valves per cylinder engine suitable
for a transverse-mount application, as in the
2004 Audi TT 3.2 quattro.
In addition, the cylinder head represents an
entirely new development that increases
performance and efficiency.
Significant 3.2-liter V6 design features
include a variable valve timing system that
enables the intake and exhaust cams to be
controlled independently.
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TT 3.2 quattro
Technical Data
This four-stroke V6 develops an impressive
250 hp at 6300 rpm, and has a broad peak
torque range of 236 lb/ft at 2800 to 3200
rpm.
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TT 3.2 quattro
Block and Pistons
The combustion chamber is located in the
cylinder head. The piston crowns have four
recesses to prevent impact with the valves.
The recesses for the intake valves are
deeper than for the exhaust valves and
should be installed facing the inside of the V
on the block.
The block is made from gray cast iron with
six cylinders divided into two banks. The
cylinder numbering begins at the side
opposite the flywheel and on bank 1.
Bank 1
Bank 2
Oil Non-Return Valve
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