thanks for the reply :)
yeah they are oz racing ultraleggera wheels and are fitted on my mk7 golf r. i believe they have all the approvals including TuV
No i wont be towing anything, most of the time its only me in the car
hi guys, i have a question for a wheel guru. I think i already know the answer but just want confirmation really.
the vin plate on this car says
1- 1050 kg
2- 0960 kg
the wheels say max 570kg on the inside of the rim.
Im right in thinking 1 means front axle weight and 2 means rear...
had the light come on last night in the car and when i restarted it, it never came back on until this afternoon. I had it read with VCDS and it said
P0045 boost sensor bank 1 open circuit
Anyone had this fault? i pressume its a case of just changing the sensor at the dealers?
i know, thats what i thought but even when you look at the prices of the other dsg maps APR offer you are still looking at £598 inc vat on a 8P S3 for example. If this is the case i think it will be going with Revo, had 3 cars mapped with them now and never had an issue and the customer service...
Thanks for the reply. I'm honestly not a massive fan of the set up on the S3, i know its basically a mature hot hatch but coming Evo's, Type R's etc its too soft for my liking, even the 2 8P S3's (pre facelift/facelift) felt stiffer.
i spoke to awesome gti the other day and they said they are trying to unlock the 2015 cars as audi has put an anti tamper on the them. Was also told it would be £700 inc vat?! i spoke to revo and they the dsg map is in its final testing about should be £300+vat.
I know a few people have had these springs fitted and i have seen pics via google etc but i couldn't find anything to suggest the handling was improved over standard. I know the ride is unsettled when pressing on down bumpy country lanes etc but i was thinking of fitting one of the above springs...