Tbh.... I've not noticed the logo positioning in relation to the fronts.
The stitched logo on the rear seats is exactly where it was on the Golfs.
If I had of noticed this beforehand it would of been moved down a line on the leather.
However I'm happy and even though I'm OCD myself I don't...
This was an idea I had last year, and after sourcing some bits was planning on getting it turned into the real deal.
However the idea soon grinded to a halt and bits gathered dusts in the garage.
Then about 3 months ago back and AITP fast approaching I soon realised I had to get them made.
That's my set up.
Toyosport Cooler (600x300x100)
Had the 76mm exits cut off and new 63mm exits custom fabricated.
For intercooler, pipework and JCS Hi-grip clamps (fabrication done at mates rates)
Cost half the price of Airtec Cooler.
Managed to retain grilles and fog lights (fogs not fitted...
Thanks to everyone whos replied.
Seems to be Wheel Bearings are the most common issue so will definitely look out for this.
Will also look into the injectors and there cycle for signs of failures.
What are these engines like for timing chains?
Also read the Multitronic is the least reliable...
Hello... A6 section....
I was a frequent active member (was also regional co-ordinator for Yorkshire) in the A3/S3 8L section.
Not been active for a while now.
Still own my S3 8L which does very little miles and practicality a weekend toy
Think of purchasing a 2012-14 A6 Avant...
Just looking at them, makes you want to stay away from them.
There a critical part of the car and hearing and seeing stories in the past of standard and other arms failing, why would you possibly want to buy the cheapest out there that look poor in quality.
Yes, people are running these...
The sensor you are referring to is the MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure)
Forge do a tube that replaces standard MAP Tube.
This comes with a flange that the sensor slots and bolts onto.
However some trimming to the battery tray is needed for it to fit.
I currently have one fitted. They do two...
Unfortunately I've been in this situation a few years ago back. Ended buying a new pedal from Audi.
Some people might suggest fixing old pedal and beefing up the welds but since my old one lasted 15 years and 150k+miles I gathered the new pedal could just last as long.
Sent from my F5121...
You can buy a new pedal and white clip. Roughly £25 from Audi or TPS.
Or you can remove the pedal and fix the box housing by straightening and rewelding (extra welds to make it stronger). Then all you need is to buy a new white clip.
Removal is fairly straightforward but refitting pedal is a...
Any white plastic remains on footwell?
Could possibly be pedal if self.
The cylinder piston joins onto pedal through bulkhead. Where it joins pedal is a box housing. It's sometimes common for the metal box housing welds to break.
Have a good look at the pedal.
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