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silver T badge

jordychris Dec 24, 2006

  1. jordychris

    jordychris Member

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    picked up new 2.0 t sline q se last week and noticed T badge on rear of car is silver not red as before anyone know why is there any reason for this thanks
     
  2. Xedos

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    Red now designated for the 220ps 2 litre I believe.
     
  3. A3simon

    A3simon Active Member

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    My dads 06 2.0t a3 had the red badge my white one has the silver go figure
     
  4. Xedos

    Xedos Member

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    His is better than yours ?

    ;)
     
  5. d3fy

    d3fy Active Member

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    Red is faster, everyone knows that. Anyone who has silver is inferior, slower and not as well endowed. ;)
     
  6. A3simon

    A3simon Active Member

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    WAS he bought it new and traded it in after 4 days for an A6 as he couldnt stand the ride quality

    Either going to debadge mine or fit the red badge
     
  7. DPM

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    :lmfao:
     
  8. Xedos

    Xedos Member

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    Why is it that important?
     
  9. steve184

    steve184 Active Member

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    methinks im gonna buy a red T badge and replace the silver T in my TDI badge when i get my 170 - that should throw a few people!!!! (assuming its the same size and font etc
     
  10. MattS

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    The silver T is now used across the Audi range for 2007 Model Year. Took me ages to figure this out, but after seeing a few A3, A4 and A6's with silver T's it turned out that all were 2007 MY.

    A quick note on the 220PS engine, makes you wonder if Audi are planning to use the 220PS engine in the A3 at some point in the future. If they do, is anything stopping us installing this software into 200PS models?
     
  11. Vertigo1

    Vertigo1 Well-Known Member

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    Well it was always the "I" that was red on the more powerful diesel derivatives, not the "T". I'm frankly surprised they didn't bring back the red "I" for the 170PS engine but if they're also phasing out the red "T" on the 2.0TFSI then maybe they've decided against the red lettering altogether.
     

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