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exhaust blowing / extended turbo lag

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by steebo888, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. steebo888

    steebo888 Member

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    Can anyone advise me or have had this same problem?

    exhaust sounds like its blowing/bit louder but took it to 2 garages including audi specialist who couldnt find anything wrong with exhaust.
    called audi but they said 85 p/h to look at and i thought........

    Turbo kicks in a few hundred later as well.
    the exhaust sounds worse at cold and on idle it dips up and down a little.

    theres definately something wrong but i dont know.
     
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    your rev counter has increments in hundreds?
     
  4. nick-barnes07

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    the exhaust will sound worse from cold , as they have a secondary water pump , sounds like the exhaust is blowing , for a minute or so , and then cuts out , the idle could be down to a idle valve or something sticking
     
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    it poping like a rally car aswell? mine went similar (on old golf), after going thro puddle. long time ago, but think it was a dead maf.
    sounds very similar to what you describe
     
  6. steebo888

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    thanks guys for the advice.
    will look into the maf as i think thats pretty cheap to replace.
    trying to do everything i can first before having to take to audi.
     

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