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Has all the old Technical Info been lost ?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Justin, Jan 2, 2003.

  1. Justin
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    [Jan 2, 2003]
    try this

    archive

    type in audisport or sport-3.net, brings some old pages up

    sport-3 is the best one to look at, looks so dated but kind of cool in an old skool way
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  3. Moresauce
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    [Jan 2, 2003]
    I have loads of time so will copy some of the tech posts across as 'my' posts will obviously note the real authors etc.

    let's all make this is a huge site again! It is down to us as users as to use the site!
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    Good site, but really cant get much from what you see on there.. Fun to have a blast from the past though.. If it were possible to get that info from the technical archive its showing, would be very handy.
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    all stars greatly received /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif
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    [Jan 2, 2003]
    Tony, if its any consolation, my standard pads squeal...
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    [Jan 3, 2003]
    Very hard to say , when i worked in the motor trade(not audi) pad life varied on: how much stop/start driving, moterway driving, quality of pads/discs. Hard pads may last longer but need more heat in them than soft pads. also how keen the garage is who services your to change them(and make someparts/labour) have know some road pads to last only 10,000miles others 30,000. as for discs depends if they are worn or warped [ QUOTE ]


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    [Jan 3, 2003]
    My S3 is now just over 3 years old, and, as far as I can remember, is still on the original pads and discs. I'm not reknowned for being light on the pedals, either !

    I guessed that they'd need replacing soon and wondered what sort of a shock I would be in for.

    cheers

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