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Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Stutibs, May 23, 2013.

  1. Stutibs

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    Hi all me again.
    I fancy doing the sai and etc delete on my a3 1.8t aum engine. What I was wondering is where is best to get all the bits I need as I will be doing that and a front mounted intercooler all at the same time.
    Many thanks for any help given
     
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  3. 16Klappe

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    Phone Niki at R-Tech, he can send you out a pack with the blanking plate and a nicely packaged resistor which probably won't be necessary.

    01455 617233

    Tell him Jardo sent you.
     
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    [rant]Almost 50% more expensive and doesn't include a resistor.

    I refuse to pay Mr Forge's mortgage, their prices for things things like that which cost pence to make is laughable. Whilst they might sponsor a **** load of motorsport and seem charitable on the face of it we as a consumer are more than subsidising that in the over inflated cost of everything they sell.

    They don't even do club discounts anymore, for any of the sites I frequent. [/rant]

    :beerchug:
     
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    Lmao chill out dude and grab a beer :beerchug:
    I was just giving the OP an alternative as some of us are brand whores :whistle2:

    True though, it's over priced but a resistor shouldn't be needed. I don't think I have one on mine and Bill disconnected it; didn't have time to fully take the system out on the day.
     
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  7. Stutibs

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    Thanks guys will ring him today looking forward to tidying it all up!
     
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    Rang them and ordered one good times. Where is the best place to get the resistors?
     
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    You probably won't need one. But Maplins sell them.
     
  10. Stutibs

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    Ok cool thanks mate
     
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    Hi mate I did this not so long ago and it's really easy to do following the how too's , if your never going to refit sai then if you bend the bracket back & forth with big grips it will snap then the pump just drop out , then removing the bracket is easy. Plus marlin do do the resistor recommended in the guide you will have to get a slightly larger resistance one or order it .
     
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    Cool cheers. So is literally all I need is resistors and blanking plate? Then follow the guide?
     
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    Yup, easy peasy, except for getting the SAI pump out :(
     

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