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    recomend a back box

    can anyone recomend a back box for my 2000 plate a6 and what sort of cost am i looking at
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    I got a full jetex S/S system off ebay for £140 as a factory second 1/2 price basicially, then spent £120 on a custom exhaust centre making it in to quad exit.

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    evo master, can you please take some pics of how youve dont the dual exhaust.....

    ive had a look but wonna see how its been done before!

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    AUDI MULTITRONIC GEA BOX

    Audi has knowingly selling a defect gear box until septmeber 2004 when they introduced a modified version. the problem is in a too weak "clutch"!
    The new gear box is also not perfect if we have to believe AutoBild year reports!!!

    My A6 has stopped functioning already twice....and at Audi they refuse to compensate any cost. LAst time it happened on our holidya and we were stuck for a weak in one place until they finally "fixed" the car. They really "fixed" it because after that I could hardly get the car up-hill! According to Audi this is "charateristic" for Audi!?
    According to German "ADAC" Audi has in some cases been replacing gear boxes (mainly in cars with bigger engines because there the problem would affect also the engine) if the car was less than 3 years old....after that period customer should pay 50%!?

    For what, I am asking!? For their mistakes? No, Audi is responsible for all problems and should either fix this once and for good or give all their customers with similar problems their money back!
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    eh ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RUBEN View Post
    Audi has knowingly selling a defect gear box until septmeber 2004 when they introduced a modified version. the problem is in a too weak "clutch"!
    The new gear box is also not perfect if we have to believe AutoBild year reports!!!

    My A6 has stopped functioning already twice....and at Audi they refuse to compensate any cost. LAst time it happened on our holidya and we were stuck for a weak in one place until they finally "fixed" the car. They really "fixed" it because after that I could hardly get the car up-hill! According to Audi this is "charateristic" for Audi!?
    According to German "ADAC" Audi has in some cases been replacing gear boxes (mainly in cars with bigger engines because there the problem would affect also the engine) if the car was less than 3 years old....after that period customer should pay 50%!?

    For what, I am asking!? For their mistakes? No, Audi is responsible for all problems and should either fix this once and for good or give all their customers with similar problems their money back!

    Think he means Exhaust Back box
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