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    New 3.2 V6 owner

    Been on here for a little while, originally with my old Seat Leon Cupra stripped out build. Sold that on a while ago, and now just picked this up. 2004 A3 8p 3.2 V6, 104k on the clock, drives lovely. I don't see many of these on the road that much. Few bits going on it already, pressed...
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    Fitting a Quick Release Steering Wheel - Issues

    Trying to fit a quick release steering wheel to a 2001 Seat Leon Cupra but clearly I am missing a component Steering wheel hub adaptor I'm guessing? I presume I need to remove the spindle, fit a short hub kit in which the quick release kit then fits to? Something like an NRG kit is needed:
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    Lëon OEM+

    Finally got some updated pictures with the new bumpers on Leon5 by Anthony Walstow, on Flickr Leon4 by Anthony Walstow, on Flickr Leon3 by Anthony Walstow, on Flickr Leon1 by Anthony Walstow, on Flickr Leon7 by Anthony Walstow, on Flickr Leon8 by Anthony Walstow, on Flickr
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    Top turbo bolts working loose.

    WTF are those! OEM bolts and if required, nordloc washers too.
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    Ignition timing, log 002,003,031 any help would be awesome

    Where are you based? Personally if you are struggling this much then take it to a well respected tuner, like AMD, Badger5, R-Tech, AKS Tuning etc, as from reading lots of your threads, it sounds like you are going round in circles.
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    Rolling Road Day TAKE 2 @ AMD Essex - 26th April - 2015

    Can't even spell my car right, Seat Leon "Cupra" :moa::lmfao:
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    OBD II WiFi and iPhone or Android

    ha, thanks mate :)
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    DP cat delete, o2 sensors

    Have you checked your DV? What happens if you unplug your N75 and just run off actuator pressure?
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    OBD II WiFi and iPhone or Android

    Depends where your OBD port is. Mine is loose as I run a stripped car, so mine sits by the gear stick, some others sit underneath the dash where the pedals are its about 8-10cm, quite small and not intrusive, so you should be ok.
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    OBD II WiFi and iPhone or Android

    Yes any OBDII car (although I have only tested on VAG cars).
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    Maf sensor ?!?

    When it idles, does the idle remain steady or does it fluctuate? If the revs are dropping upon pulling away, have you checked all the pipework for a boost leak
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    DP cat delete, o2 sensors

    Have you not answered your own question, that when you switched to an aluminium setup you started having issues? Has the cat been mapped out also?
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    OBD II WiFi and iPhone or Android

    lol sorry, it does plug into the OBD port, I just meant when I had finished with it and unplugged, it fits nicely into the door pocket
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    car feels flat after gear changes

    As Bill said, DV needs servicing or replacing Do you still run the standard TIP? Old ones are known to become weak and collapse between gears, causing a hesitation between boosting
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    OBD II WiFi and iPhone or Android

    Yes I have this for my car and it works well. I use the dashcmd app on my iphone. It's comes most in handy when my engine management light comes on (usually due to a solenoid I have not finished off yet), so I can read and clear errors on the move, and the wireless tool fits nicely in the door...
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