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    That is a very nice car dude! They're the wheels i'd get if I ever upgraded them. Are you still using one of those huge prams for younger babies? When we had a little one we suffered the same problem, but now she's two we only rarely take a little buggy out with us, it even fits between the front and back seats leaving the boot empty if needs be.

    But, if you're bored of the car anyway, go aheah and buy a BMW. I'd change my car more often if I was allowed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by will89 View Post
    I have seen the 130's go up to 180, 165-170 is quite a safe increase
    The normal remap is 160hp for this engines.
    160-170hp is stage 2
    170-180 is stage 3,when you push the turbo to maximum,1,7bar,without safety;the turbo can take 1,55 safe

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    looks good


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Singh View Post
    Yes the E61.. I beleive they are AWD?
    No they're not, rwd as seen in the recent snow!

    They used to do a 5 series with 4wd designated as 525X, but I'm not sure they do with this series.
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    e60's and e61 (touring) are all RWD, like all BMW cars these days unless it's a 4x4

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    Sort of rules out the BMW.. Can't go getting stuck

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    Snow tyres make a world of difference to a rear wheel drive car.
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    Smaler pram gets my vote everytime. No point changing unless you actually want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASHIHARA View Post
    The normal remap is 160hp for this engines.
    160-170hp is stage 2
    170-180 is stage 3,when you push the turbo to maximum,1,7bar,without safety;the turbo can take 1,55 safe
    170 - 180 Stage 3? That just sounds like a more aggresive map.

    Stage '2' and '3' are usaally maps which are done after fitting bigger turbos, intercooler, injectors etc.

    To my knowledge the turbo on the AVF engine can take upto 1.65 bar, anything beyond that stresses the internals!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avant4me View Post
    Smaler pram gets my vote everytime. No point changing unless you actually want to.
    We'll be changing the carrying cot one to an upright soon as she's 6 months, guess we'll see then.

    I am little bored of it, its a great car don't get me wrong but these days I just seem to look at the residuals more than ever.

    It looks as though its worth 7500 ish.. but that's without the mods. Wishful thinking but if someone offered me 8500+ as it is considering it has 1000 worth of coilovers, half leathers which are mint, remap, new clutch flywheel and those sought after AVUS rims is a good deal na?

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    having been keeping my eye on these type/model/spec, the prices have come down loads since xmas
    probably because at 7k is start of the B7's, and the newer model has effected down the old models
    although this is a nice example of a B6, you need to find someone who wants that spec etc.

    i would say stick it back to standard, sell the mods and recoup as much

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    any more mods ;-)

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    i would love to buy this car as i have a saloon in this clour but now want an avant and a diesel, if this comes down in price i may consider

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    No new mods. No plans to either, bored of it. Will probably return it to std then sell it on in couple of months. Before anyone asks, no the Avus rims aren't up for grabs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p1tse View Post
    having been keeping my eye on these type/model/spec, the prices have come down loads since xmas
    probably because at 7k is start of the B7's, and the newer model has effected down the old models
    although this is a nice example of a B6, you need to find someone who wants that spec etc.

    i would say stick it back to standard, sell the mods and recoup as much
    B7s TDIs with 80ish k, half leathers, mint like totally inside and out, full service history for 7k? not seen any myself.. petrols.. theres plenty. Diesels are more like 9k-10 for the same spec as my b6.

    Wots more with a new clutch/dmf mines got nothing major going to crop up and bite you in the ass couple of months or even year down the line. Anyway, i'll try and sell it as is if not off come the mods, simples!

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    ah shame, as looks great as it is.

    no i meant in general B7s are starting around there, not taking into account model, condition etc.
    i was just thinking that Joe Blog on a set budget would prefer newer models in most cases, but then mileage and condition count for alot and so the B6 mint vs B7 leggy LOL

    great car there, again shame you going to split

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    Mr Singh, what colour is yours?

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    Bumping this up as cars now for sale.

    http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/sale-wa...130-avant.html

 

 
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