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A3/S3 UNIVERSAL FMIC

Discussion in 'For Sale/Wanted - Audi Parts' started by Reesy, Aug 16, 2011.

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  1. Reesy

    Reesy Well-Known Member
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    I have for sale an ASH FMIC, that I bought from another member on here, that had been used for around 250 - 300 miles (basically nothing), but since I bought it at AITP, I've decided I'll be changing my car, meaning the IC is up for sale at the price I bought it for.
    Any queries PM me.

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    (Only the core, not the hoses)

    Thanks for looking
     
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    I have a question ...... What is the price you bought it for ?
     
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    I'm looking for £50 + P&P mate.
     
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    Can also be collected from ADI
     
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    Got any pics fitted mate?
     
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    No pics on my car mate, as I decided to change it about a day after I had bought it!!

    Basically looks almost the same as any other similarly sized FMIC, and It'll fit on an s3 without any crash bar mods as far as i know, apart from 2 small brackets to hold it, which I believe if you ask s3dave nicely, he'll do you for a good price
     
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    dannyh Nogaro S3

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    what piping kit did you use to fit this? is your TB on the left side??
     
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    I was going to run custom pipework with this kit, which was my reasoning for buying just the core. Left side as in N/S, or left side when looking into the engine bay?
     
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    dannyh Nogaro S3

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    so you never got it installed,

    ye TB on n/s
     
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    No mate, sorry the wording isn't very clear on the opening post. I bought the FMIC at AITP, and within two days had decided that I am going to be changing my car, meaning it's not worth me fitting it and hence why it's up for sale at the same price I paid for it.
     
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    dannyh Nogaro S3

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    Ok mate, i was just wondering what i would need to buy to fit this to my A3

    Free Bump :)
     
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    No probs mate, you would pretty much need the pipework as listed on page 8 (i think) of the FMIC sticky. I went for this option as it is cheaper then the ebay set ups, but it has a good quality core, and you can slightly customise the pipework to get it as neat as possible. Any more questions just PM me and I'll see if I can help. :salute:
     
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    Prov Sold
     
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