no harm will be made to the car for that. you could pinch the vacuum hose and tight it with a ziptie to make sure you're blocking that line completely.
regarding the S button, it will not affect the exhaust anymore, but it does help with the throttle response and launch control
RS3s are extremely reliable, not many things fail easily and theyre tough.
the brakes on the RS3 have had 3 revisions, being revision C the latest. those in combination with aftermaket pads (cuz stock ones are terrible) like EBC redstuff, or even more OEM pads like ATE ceramic will be spot on...
thats a lot of noise for still having the downpipe on.
i've got the downpipe and midpipes decat, but still i wish it was a tiny bit louder. not sure if remove the twin resonators and keep the rear muffler, OR do the other way around, keep the resonators and bypass the muffler.
i dont want it...
I've always wanted to create a build thread, but every time it was too late for it haha.
But, after more than 3 years, with some kind of pain in my heart, have to let my daughter go... It's been an amazing time full of mods, smiles, love and some good 330whp achieved for the S3.
After lots of...
this my thread on how to retrofit 8v style steering wheel.
basically its just for reference, there you can find which modules are compatible with what years. and what years have single or dual stage
i meant the rounded wheel with 4 spokes use a different airbag cover than the rounded 3 spokes. So it doesnt matter you have to get a new airbag (or cover at least anyways) because the sides that meet the spokes, have like a cut to fit on the spoke
it may be worth giving a shot here, since the RS3 forum appears to be dead.
i may be upgrading my S3 to a RS3 next month, and i've recently retrofitted front parking sensors on my S3 like a month ago, and i thought it may be a good idea to simply keep those and install them on the RS3.