Audi 80/Avant (B4)

since 1991-1995 of release

Repair and car operation



Audi 80/Avant
+ Technical specification
+ Engines
+ System of production of the fulfilled gases
+ cooling System
+ Fuel tank and fuel pump
+ Air filter and airintaking channels
+ injection System
+ Coupling
+ Transmission and transmission
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Brake system
+ Anti-blocking system of brakes
- Wheels and tires
   Wheels
   Wide tires and wheels
   Pressure check in tires
   Control of a condition of tires
   Wheel replacement
   Control of an inhaling of wheel bolts
   Balancing of wheels
   Purchase of new tires
+ Body electrosystem
+ ignition System
+ Lighting
+ Signalling devices
+ Devices and auxiliary devices
+ Heating and ventilation
+ body Elements
+ Search of malfunctions
+ Specifications





Wheels and tires

Four black wheels hold Audi 80 on the chosen course and reliably conduct it to the purpose. It sounds though mystically, but has not something in common with black magic, and is connected with such usual things, as a rubber mix, drawing of a profile and a tire framework.

What tires are established?

Specifically on your car it is necessary to establish those sizes of tires which are brought in the certificate on registration. With other designations it is not necessary to establish tires on wheels of your car, problems with police differently are possible. After all in this case permission to operation of your car is void. And it can appear expensive pleasure! Tires which can be established on various Audi 80 versions at the corresponding entry in the log below are listed:

Engine
Size of tires
Wheel
Depth of a press fitting
Note
66 kW
195/65 R 15 91 T
195/65 R 15 91 T
195/65 R 15 91 T
205/65 R 15 91 V
205/65 R 15 91 V
195/65 R 15 91 Q
195/65 R 15 91 T
6 J x 15
6 J x 15
7 J x 15
6 J x 15
7 J x 15
6 J x 15
6 J x 15
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
Steel wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Winter version
Winter version
85 kW
195/65 R 15 91 H
195/65 R 15 91 V
195/65 R 15 91 H
195/65 R 15 91 H
205/65 R 15 91 V
205/65 R 15 91 V
195/65 R 15 91 Q
195/65 R 15 91 T
6 J x 15
6 J x 15
6 J x 15
7 J x 15
6 J x 15
7 J x 15
6 J x 15
6 J x 15
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
Steel wheel
Steel wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Winter version
Winter version
98-128 kW
195/65 R 15 91 V
195/65 R 15 91 V
195/65 R 15 91 V
205/65 R 15 91 V
205/65 R 15 91 V
195/65 R 15 91 Q
195/65 R 15 91 T
6 J x 15
6 J x 15
6 J x 15
7 J x 15
6 J x 15
7 J x 15
6 J x 15
6 J x 15
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
37 mm
Steel wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Light-alloy wheel
Winter version
Winter version

Designations of tires

According to the international agreements the size of tires is specified in millimeters or as in our case, it is mixed in millimeters and inches. Designations of 195/65 R 15 91 T or 205/65 R 15 91 V speak about the following:

195 or 205: width of tires in not loaded condition in mm.

What information inscriptions on a lateral surface of the tire contain, you see on an illustration:

  1. Maximum loading
  2. Internal pressure
  3. Sloynost
  4. Lateral wall
  5. Protector
  6. DOT* check
    * DOT – Departement of Transportation – transport department
  7. Code of the producer
  8. Code of the size of the tire
  9. Code such as the tire (for choice, it is established by manufacturing firm for internal using)
  10. Week of production
  11. Year
  12. Radial tire
  13. The tubeless
  14. Nominal width
  15. Proportion of cross-section section
  16. Radial tires
  17. Diameter of a rim
  18. Index or factor of loading
  19. High-speed index
  20. Marking of compliance to norms of ECE* (permission marking with a country code, for example 3 – Italy)
    * ECE – Ecolomic Commisiol for Europe – the European economic commission
  21. Permission number

65: a ratio of height of tires to their width = 65:100. Standard radial tires which in such look are not used any more for Audi 80, had a ratio of height/width 80:100.
R: designation of a design of tires as radial.
15: internal diameter of the tire in inches (ґґ).
91: bearing ability
Q: admissible maximum speed to 160 km/h – a high-speed class for ordinary tires M+S (all-weather tires – literally: for dirt and snow).
S: to 180 km/h
T: to 190 km/h – including high-speed all-weather (M+S) of the tire.
H: to 210 km/h
V: to 240 km/h
Z: over 240 km/h