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Miltek performance downpipe and sports cat

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by garyrmills, Aug 6, 2009.

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    why why why lol

    why could this not have come up over the next 2 months!! lol
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    anymore details mate?

    year bought?

    receipt?

    deal price?

    would it be possible for your to post close up pictures of the welds and condition of the mesh?

    thanks
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    Has the buy now price been removed? I am sure it said £275 earlier.

    Edit: hotting up now, is that you DC? ;)
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    It was buy it now 275 - havent checked it since last night though
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    nope, l dont have time to play as lm away on Monday. lve got plans for TBE and Twintercooler for next trip home.
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    :icon_thumright: Nice work.
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    i bought it for the 8l model by mistake ive added a picture of the identification plate the guy i bought it from said it has 8000 miles use so it seems like brand new . im gutted realy tho as i cat find a decent second hand one for mine atmo goin to let it bid through to the end unless i get a tasty offer as ive got alot of interest. thanks gary
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    Gary , can you put up more pictures here please of the welds and mesh

    Would you settle the deal early?
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    I lost this to you by £5 while i was outgetting my haircut, did you not read the item description?:uhm:
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    Over £300 now :( should have bought it at "buy it now" :(
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    Definately. Considering there is still a few days to go bidding is strong, looks like it will go for a fair whack.
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    I couldn't believe the jump it took in the first hours - I don't see the point in bidding on a part until the final minutes!
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    Oii

    Mitts Off.

    I want it....! :eyebrows:
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    What is the deal? A bidder has managed to withdraw their bids, how do you do that?

    Looking better for you Splathead. :yes:



    (until I place my bid of one million dollars...mu ha ha)
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    Go ahead lol I wouldn't be paying over £300 for a 2nd hand down pipe
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    I was surprised to be top bidder again - I didn't know that you could retract bids for no apparent reason.

    I had already consoled myself with not winning.

    As boydie says, there is not much more headroom for a price increase. IMO.
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    If only it was cheaper... I would have had it for the Cupra @ £275
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    It totalled £300 posted at the start
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    £300 inc P&P was fair, I think jabba want £650 for a new one fitted, I might just stick a non res milly on and leave it at that. The fuel guage moves fast enough as it is without any further encouragment !
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    You're right mate - my friend has the non res milltek on his cupra and it sounds and looks excellent! His is remapped too to around 290bhp - goes like stink!
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    yep large oval is the way to go, bluefin has been sent back and i'll be going for stage 1, I don't think i'll go any further as its going to struggle for traction compared to you S3 boys
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    Been caught like that on ebay bid for some tyres,my max bid £250 some buyer bumped it up to my limit,then withdrew their bid which meant my high bid (and winning bid) should have been £175 but stayed at £250 (guess a mate of the seller bumped it up or the seller with another ebay account)Think you can retract bids if agreed with the seller
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