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Retro fits

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Triple.O.G, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. Triple.O.G
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    Right im trying to get a sticky going of all the possible retro fits for the B7 A4.

    Thought it would be a good idea to have one place where people can go check out what can be retro fitted, get parts numbers, prices and a how hard to do guide from other members.

    I'll start with:

    Ambient Lighting which is 3/10 to fit and cost £13.03 from audi Parts

    Cruise Control - £90 for the hardware on eBay plus Vagcom coding - not fitted it yet so not sure on difficulty

    RNSE Sat Nav - Audi ones are about £600 and can be gotten anywhere, not sure on fitting difficulty?

    Can everyone add to this whatever you can and links to fitting guides if you have them

    Thanks Geezers.
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    Not sure about current RNS-E prices, but I got mine for £350ish. Very easy to fit. I just ordered a 2011 disc from naviupdates.co.uk for £40, I'll post the results when it comes.
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    Really? i thought they were much more?

    Yeah def let me know on disk as ill order one myself.
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    To be honest mate, I wouldn't fit one again, as a satnav system you can get something a lot better for less money (not built in). They only come into their own if you have all the extras, Bluetooth etc fitted, which is just more money.
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    i agree but its oem anything stuck to the B7 dash looks ****
    and the discs from naviupdates are spot on iv got 4 on order now there more or less oem
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    I have to agree with Lee, i hate wires hangind down my dash and bits of stuff stuck on but i would say that cos im lucky enough to have factory rnse and bluetooth.

    good to have a few peoples opinion on though.
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    I Agree that it looks good and I also hate anything spoiling the look with wires etc. I just think it's expensive and as a sat nav isnt great.
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    It is alot of money, and its not that great, finding industrial estates can be a right ar*e without full postcodes!
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