Watched this tonight.
What a load of tosh.
About as scary as a trip to an Audi Dealer [emoji23][emoji23]
****** hell do you keep anything longer than a few weeks Kev?[emoji38]
Doesn't surprise me....
I'll stick with my Non WLTP model.........
The USA version isn't subject to the WLTP yet
See below the torque still comes in from 1700 RPM, on the WLTP models its 200 RPM higher now......
Or just jack it up and look under the front area [emoji16]
Wow [emoji3595][emoji3595][emoji3595][emoji3595][emoji3595]very helpful.
Yep......not so sure about some of the rest though.
You need to get a wheel off and check the pads aren't sticking on one side of the caliper.
I've experienced this on the OEM standard setup, when...
The tyre guy I use thought this way too.
Even though I’ve never personally had an issue with any RS tyre, when I went with the Supersport...
Wasting your time on this in my opinion.
They’ll (Audi) never admit there’s an issue.
If they did there would be RS3 owners world wide jumping...
As I said took mine off.
If it registers a fault code it’ll not be a happy car.
Best to purchase an Active valve controller, no fault codes...
Seen it on a dyno
A friend had these and the car was pulling back up the Rev range, they couldn’t understand why until re-connecting the plugs...
One goes in the plug the other goes in the socket.
Have got a virtually new set in the Garage of these. Used once then taken them off.
Here ye go
I’ve been in convo with a chap I know who is test driving up in Scotland at the moment
Seems it’s still a great sounding car.
He sent me a...
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