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Tuning a TDI

Discussion in 'Tuning' started by , May 5, 2003.

  1. auroan

    auroan Active Member

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    Hi all

    I've got a stock (ish - added a rear boot spoiler and private plate) 110 TDI A4 SE (99 pre-facelift)

    I'm looking at modding and tuning the car (budget about 2k - 2.5k) What do you guys reckon are the best bang for buck mods. I want to spend about 65% of the money on engine/suspension and the rest on bodywork/ice

    Cheers All

     
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    Sorry to hear that Nick.

    Am assuming that you have already contact ES and had the car moved to a dealer, or it is in process, and the dealer is going to replace the engine?
     
  4. jprestidge

    jprestidge New Member

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    Thanks for reply, bank holiday in Uk today, waiting for reply from BMW tommorow, what do you think I should expect?
     
  5. wascal

    wascal New Member

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    Sorry to hear that Nick - BMW should manage to sort it out for you.
    BTW, what was the build date of the car?
     
  6. garethj

    garethj Member

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    £500-£600 on a chip tune, Jabba Sport

    £600-£700 on new dampers/springs or £150 on springs, new wheels up to £1000 Eibach, 18" RSTT reps

    Leaves £750 for new headunit & speakers
     
  7. imported_nmb

    imported_nmb Guest

    I got a UpSolute chip, KW coilovers and 17" RS4 reps. Along several other stuff.


    I recomend a good chip, good suspension, upgrade your brakes with A6/A8 312mm rotors.
     
  8. imported_nmb

    imported_nmb Guest

    And if you have a prefacelift A4 like mine, get a set of the facelift headlights. They'll make a huge difference in the night.
     

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