Its a bold choice, that’s for sure.
In a few weeks the rest of the car is going in for full correction (it’s had a hard five years) and coating, I imagine once it’s polished up it should look quite good!
Sounds like your clutch is dragging - the friction plate isn’t released from the fly wheel.
sticking slave is most likely the cause!
Was the spline shaft greased correctly?
The plates could be warped.
the upgraded sach kits require their specific slave, Did you fit theirs or an OEM part?
You’re saying 6 speed, so I’m assuming you have a manual.
The gearbox map is for the s tronic not manual, how ever you will need to budget for a clutch replacement!
awesome gti do the temps and an upgraded clutch for only £1600 - that’s an excellent price imo!
you could try the low torque map...
The said the same to me, but if they want the sale the offers will always be there.
The best part for me in my deal was getting out of my neg eq S3.
If anything they were lucky, I was in a very rare good mood because it was my birthday lol.
I haven’t posted in a very long time, and for those who do know me, knows I have a dislike for my s3!
I’ve said to my wife for years now that when I’m 30 I’m going to buy a new car, well today is my birthday!
I initially went to look for a used rs6! But once I saw this, it was love at first...
I’ve been saying to my wife for about two years now “when I turn 30, I’m buying a new car”
well today, I turned 30! And stayed good to my word!
I was actually looking for a used rs6, but the moment I saw the RSQ3, it was love at first sight!
I’m having it held back till March 1st...
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My 7 year old English Bull Terrier has been diagnosed with Heart failure and requires a pacemaker to keep her...
I've done all my service work myself, with genuine parts.
I'm now on 51k with each service according to the schedule.
Now that it's up for sale I will carry out the biggie stuff all over again.
Remember, so long as you are using / can prove genuine parts are being warrenty / good will...