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Any guides on fitting TIP

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by vwgtiking, Mar 25, 2014.

  1. vwgtiking

    vwgtiking Active Member

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    Any guides to fitting on 1.8t and where to buy them quite cheap? Links?
     
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  3. Welshquattro

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    Have a look on eBay, always some for sale on there!
     
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    vwgtiking Active Member

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    I never know which one I require. It's easy when I had the golf mk4 but audi is a pain trying to find right parts
     
  5. Welshquattro

    Welshquattro Active Member
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    Yeah know what you mean! I have the bex 1.8t and that's different of all the others.lol. Some of the suppliers do put what engine code it fits. As to fitting it I fitted a new oem one to mind and it was a right pain in the a***!
     
  6. Dubbers1

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    I was looking at cheap ones but decided it wasn't worth it, went for a Forge one in the end and it was only £130~, well worth going for a big name and not worrying about quality

    Got mine from EuroPerformance but looks like they're out of stock with them at the moment

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    Fitting is reasonably straight forward if you're good with a spanner, had to trim the hose a little bit and add a joiner but if I can do it anyone can

    Made a big difference in spool up and power consistency right up through the rev range
     

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