Qu: Rotors for 200Q and S6

These two cars ashare the same part number for their rotors - 441 615 301A. For some reason, Evolution Sports claim to have an ATE PowerDisc for teh 200
but not the S6.
Do these cars really share the same rotors.
TIA
Tony 96 S6
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1990 Audi 200 quattro came with the infamous UFO (ATE) brakes while the S6 always used standard disc brakes. Later 200 and V8 Quattro came with standard Girling G60 brakes from the S4 and S6 series. Even though the UFO (ATE) had better stopping power, too many customers complained about disc warpage.
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Tony, Is that for the front, or rear rotors - I thought that the 200Q (with the optional towing package) and urS4/6 rears were the same (vented disc)? Cheers! Steve Sears 1987 Audi 5kTQ - Power Disc equipped G60's on front, Zimmerman vented disc on rear (200q towing package calipers), Metalmasters all around 1980 Audi 5k - dusty disc/drum pads with OEM disc/drums 1962 and '64 Auto Union DKW Junior deLuxes - front inboard (tranny mounted) drum brakes, baby.....and you thought UFO's were wierd?
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301A.
200
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So it looks as if teh 91 200 and S4/S6 did sharew the same disc brakes at the front. My problem was I was looking online at a couple of sources for ATE Power Disc rotors that showed a 276x25mm part for a 200 but not teh S4/S6.
Anyway, my problem is solved. I've ordered a pair of slotted rotors from ECS Tuning
Tony 96 S6

301A.
200
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