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Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by stoakseya4, Aug 20, 2007.

  1. stoakseya4
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    Hi guys
    Was wondering if anyone out there has one, and can tell me what they're like?
    Anyone remapped there's and how does it perform post-remapping, etc etc?
    Fuel consumption day to day, etc etc

    Also any pics of S-line Avants and Saloons...

    TA
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    Yes - I like them (although the 1.9 and 2.0 litre boys will tell you that theirs are better)

    We were discussing it last week in another thread http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/showthread.php?t=42789

    I guess it all depends on what you want it for - I don't do much town driving (spending between four and eight hours per day on the motorway.
    So to that end, i see around 40 mpg (real figure calculated by actual diesel consumption, and not what DIS says)

    I had it remapped in January (by AmD) and am very very pleased.
    As they aren't here anymore, I would be inclined to go to APS now.

    Test drive an S-Line and an SE, they are both a very different drive, and it's totally down to personal preference.

    Either one you choose - fit the RS4 Anti-Roll Bar.
    For £70, it's the most noticeable and most cost effective upgrade you can make.
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    Yeah have the ARB already on my S4...

    What '£' and increase did you get from AMD?
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    280 BHP @ 3882 RPM
    405 lb/ft @ 2735 RPM

    £500
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    So that takes it just above the equivalent Bimmer then, and verging on standard 335d territory. The 335d has a 0-62 of c6.5secs.

    If the A4 can perform as well as that, and look much much nicer, got to be a steal !
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    New shape 3 litre diesel BMW 3 series
    231 BHP @ 4000 RPM
    369 lb/ft @ 1750 RPM

    335 3 litre twin turbo BMW
    286 BHP @ 4400 RPM
    428 lb/ft @ 1750 RPM

    ... new 335d touring is £37k though :hubbahubba:
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