Using 2.0T coil packs on the 1.8T
Think this was the thread i saw from Audizine also as a link within that to another thread on the subject. 15WHP gain on a GT28 A4
Iv witnessed turbo cars 'blowing' and spark out because of high boost and greater gap on plugs, leading to a misfire, a more powerful coil pack would benefit there. But surely not on cars running much over standard boost levels.
Great if it does show gains. sounds awfully like the myth when people used to wack 'ht leads' on their clios and novas lol. Sounds like somebody could make alot of money from it *cough*
I'm always a skeptic :)
hows the tyre hunting neil.
quick fit westy goes.
method in the madness hehe
To be honest the Yoko`s arent bad in the rain. My mate had them on his R32 GTR and they were still fairly grippy in the wet. They had around 3mm too.
Got home to find these sitting on the front door step:
I've just dropped them into quick fit so I'll get some pics once they're on the rims ;)
The look like they would be fun on the B roads,
Btw how long has Tam had his verds, need new tyres again!
Will do, stuck between ordering vreds or michellins. Anyway thread hijack over
A few pics from tonights cleaning session ready for the Ring trip:
Didn't seem to get any of mine after the wax was taken off :think:
Anyway here's a few of Tam's:
And my S3 wheels with track rubber fastened down in the boot:
Good man :)
Seeing A048R's makes me worry! That's a SERIOUS tyre you've got there dude!
I have read that they are at they're optimum performance at between 30-33psi when between 60-90 degrees c, so bit of a small performance window :whistle2:
If you're interested in getting the adapters, Integrated Engineering sell them. Their international postage is pretty reasonable too, from memory.
i see some sticky rubber prawn beware lol
Looking awesome - have a great time lads! By the way my brakes are loads better now W3STY they've got a lot firmer and flip me they stop a lot better from higher 60-80 downwards! :thrashi:
Neil : 8mins lap time
Prawn: 9mins lap time
im sure urs should be good against with them tyres on and the power you got just one main thing hope neither of ya's come off.
Westy, Brembo disk you got from bremboshop/ nextdaybrakes, how do you find it? Good quality and still holding up?
I cant remember where I bought them from but they are very good indeed. I fitted them last June before last years Ring trip and even now there isn't a lip worn into them. With the DS2500s they do an extremely good job.
I recommended them to Fran and he's happy with them also, I'd definitely get another set once these need replacing.
I got mine from: eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace
Arrived very quickly - as W3STY said very happy with them so far. (my standard OEM pagid discs warped within 3months with the DS2500's pads)
This , cheaper than OEM.
Brembo Max Front Brake Discs (P/N 09.7880.75) fits Audi S3
Re : Brembo, anyone used brembo pads?