Very lucky all round, heard the bang from the campsite, not the only crash but certainly the biggest, seemed to be a lot of "traffic" for the lead audis towards the end
One of the commentators in the pits said that the only straight part of the car was the wheely bin sized safety cell he sits in !
Ferrodo make the pads for Audi, so if you find a motorfactor that sell them they should be cheaper than the oe which will be identical but have an audi box.
make sure their the FDB range tho not the FSL as their the cheaper version.
never been a massive fan of the b6 s4's think it's the rounded center caps that just don't quite look right.
Agreed on the std's had one on mine the other day as my spare and made me think about getting a full set, pity as you say they'r only 17's
300k miles x 27ish mpg now thats a lot of petrol lol
I would guess at that mileage it's had at least one turbo and clutch and most likely most suspension parts changed.
If she drives nicely and everything feels as it should I cant see a problem with it, I've owned several s3's and one which had...
link? did a quick hunt but couldn't find em
I know they work when you hold the washers for a second or so with the lights on, but as my car rarely gets dirty i'm not too worried about needing to use them lol
Came back to my car this morn to find some fooker has ripped off my headlight washers leaving me with 2 holes, a puddle of screenwash and a fecking annoying beep to remind me of the fact when i start the car.
Anyone know if you can get just the top parts of the washers? not bothered about them...
Trust me I've spent 3 weeks searching for an answer to this. I've tried with and without moving the throttle and various lengths of time with the ign on and off. Ive even left the battery off overnight to try and get it to reset. But the vag-com way was they only thing that worked.