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    re n75e

    had to buy a new n75 the other day from audi and they told me the n75f for my s3 has been superseeded by the n75e.
    for some reason now since install 2 days ago, the car feels like its surging, and part throttle feels slightly jerky.
    any others had problems with the n75e?

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    I'm not sure on the question

    but surely the N75f would be the newer version over the N75e,#

    providing I can still remember my alphabet.

    maybe its the older one?? not the revised part as suggested

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    I bought one for my A4 last week and its a 06A 906 283E

    The old part number was 058 906 283F, direct supercession so it shouldnt be a problem. I've not fitted mine yet though.

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