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Discussion in 'RS3 Forum (8P Chassis)' started by Morells, Aug 15, 2013.
Some great information here ... thanks for posting :icon_thumright:
Good meet yesterday especially enjoyed the drive between the Powerstation and the pub OH and that McLaren P1.
I can't believe you went all the way to Florida and then hired that! I guess it was the frosty-white colour that did it.
We had an excellent meeting here yesterday at the Powerstation with great cars and really nice people.
Due to the unforeseen road works we did have a mystery tour around the Cotswolds but ended up (somehow) at the desired location, where (all day) breakfasts were enjoyed.
Enjoy the holiday and birthday greetings where due.
Thanks Ben, good to meet you and great pictures, video evidence of the unexpected run coming soon!
Did you mean this McLaren P1?
Good little Go Pro Hero 3 cameras, amazing what they capture in good detail too!
Thanks Ben and John for the for the pics and was good to meet you and also a nice lunch and chat very good day if you ask me, oh and Mark your RS3 in John's pic on the rollers looks stunning. Great pictures guys all round. Hope we can do another meet in the near future.
Great capture Mark ,the next picture on your photobucket i think i heard either the man or woman on the side of the road say F*ck the McLaren look at those RS3s.
There was a lot of pointing and gawping going on.
I was worried at one point that John had got way too excitied about these and was actually following them to their meet.
Mark I have found a answer about running the RS3 2wd with the DSG working well I say a answer more of a video showing this theory in action and on a maha dyno as well here it is. Audi RS3 2.5TFSi DSG ECU Remap Stage 1 fr-rtuning MAHA Dyno Rolling Road - YouTube
Thank you, I'm equally a fan of your TTRS - to me it looks like what might happen if the Batmobile and a Stealth Fighter had a baby, those wheel just look so much better in black - awesome. I'm glad they make my dad wagon RS3 too though otherwise I couldn't have one.
Good find. so they can take the fuse out as with the manual cars, I'll have to get mine run that way now to find out just what it is running.
Haha thanks mark iv never looked at my TTRS in that way and will never look at it in the same way ever again haha. Iv just read that the haldex people said removing the fuse can cause some sort of premature wear to the haldex this is just a quick search on google and looking at forums. But I did it to mine seems fine seen others doing the fuse trick I think if you do it once can't do that much damage can it?
It was the 2-stroke exhaust Mark, I didn't want to get too close as I was looking through the side windows for a pub with decent car parking: fortunately we arrived (and I still don't know how) at the pub I'd originally intended, and that venue was most suitable.
That pub was a great find, perfect for the parking line up and a lovely breakfast. I particularly liked it when we went off the sat nav roads to get there, no idea how you got us there but you did. I was only being cheeky about those little cars, I know you like your 3 wheeled machines.