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Very tempting, but it just doesn't have enough speakers in it.
For accuracy, my comment referred to prices including the DMF and using OE parts.
Reasonable for fully supplied and fitted, £750-£850 seems to be the range. It's not an enjoyable job.
I'd say so, it'll be a ball ache on stands as you'll be on your back with little room to work in. You've a much better chance of it going smoothly on...
Much love for these wheels, best looking car on this page IMO.
If you don't have a ramp, I'd recommend paying someone.
Pipeworx charged ~£200 to fit mine, together with a non-res miltek system and backbox.
Don't buy ebay shiz unless its defo OE, I did and it doesn't fit right and winds me up every time I look in the PS mirror.
I full tube of the OEM stuff.
225/40/18's were standard optional fit...
Truly saddening news.
Dave had generously helped me out a few times without knowing me from Adam. A true gent who will be greatly missed.
Caliper on its way out? My handbrake was **** until the NS rear eventually siezed, new caliper on and its bob on again.
There's some info in my thread here: http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/a3-s3-forum-8l-chassis/198878-dave-bs-s3-diary.html#post1969461
I haven't put...
Maybe consider a Wagner FMIC if your looking for a full kit that's easy to fit...
I thought that the front speakers were run off the head unit, and the rears and sub were run off the amp when the car had Bose?
I don't believe you're supposed to fill it, one tube is the correct measured amount.
Although, as yet untested on a rolling road.
Or, don't 'monster it', fit water meth, then it won't look like an S3 with a brace on.
No probs, good luck with it. I changed mine out for a new one for peace of mind really, didn't want to risk turbo damage!
I had an issue with mine working intermittently and being a bit noisy, fitted a new part from ECP and sorted it:...