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S3 8L with TTRS BT LUMP???

S3RYE Sep 29, 2011

  1. S3RYE

    S3RYE Interior Next!!

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  2. Donny_DJ

    Donny_DJ Active Member

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    Wow! No doubt would be fun to drive but can't see them getting anywhere near that asking price :/ :faint:
     
  3. N8

    N8 Kowalski Details VCDS Map User

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    Some engineering!
     
  4. jsws3

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    700 hp an the tt boys cant make over 500 hp i would want to see dyno print out of 700 .
    but what a sleeper
     
  5. Jules86

    Jules86 At work most likely

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    Was intigued until i saw they put it in the old car :(

    Ill take a turbo R32, better noise and some change for fuel thanks.
     
  6. S3RYE

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    yeh i kinda thought the same, for the price of the 8L S3 they could have got a bog standard 8P and make an awesome sleeper.. :wub:
     
  7. S3RYE

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    does jonny have a BT though? thought his was a hybrid?
     
  8. S3Alex

    S3Alex Rarely neutral Team Ibis Audi S3

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    That thing by all accounts is not quite a TT-RS engine.....it's a 2.5L N/a lump with different head and so on....Jonny knows more of the details than me,but it's not quite what it seems.Jonny's car is coming along very well indeed,but for the internals you really do need to ask him,as there's a lot of development work going on.
     
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  9. N8

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    Oh right! Nice one Alex, lad over on edition is selling a brand new 2.5 but not TFSI, good work!
     
  10. MartayMcFly

    MartayMcFly Booooooost Regional Rep VCDS Map User Gold Supporter

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    So a BT RS3 could be 700bph? I kinda want to see what that'd be like!
     

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