Hey all, I'm 'henkkeumus' fresh from the Dutch Audi forums. Was very active on the Dutch Audiforums but saw that this forum is much more active and since I'm a retrofit fanatic I instantly created a account here. Since I'm Dutch hence my English, there can be some spelling mistakes. I'm a Audi driver since since 4 years ago and never want to go back. I started with the 8L and had 2 other 8P's now (2005 and 2012). Since the strict environment rules around nitrogen and such in the EU I was kind of forced to sell my previous A3. It was a 1.6 TDI from 2012. The car would cost me a fortune to drive in Holland so I had no other choice then sell it. In place came a 1.4 TFSI gasoline. I chose for this car because it had a decent mileage (180.xxx KM), was from 2011 and has a rain/light sensor already installed (never had that before and was dying for the CH/LH function hehe...). For the rest of the car, plain standard Audi A3 and that's what I like to see as a retrofit fanatic. Since I really like the S-Line from Audi I'm planning to convert this A3 to a interior and exterior S-Line A3. My wishlist; Motor/Suspension: - Stage1 chiptune - Downpipe - Open airfilter - Lower it a few MM to it look S-Line - TPMS sensors (Tire Pressure Sensor) Exterior: - S-Line frontbumper - Foglights - S-Line badges - S-Line diffuser - Exhaust tips - S-Line roofspoiler - PDC (front, rear already installed) - RNS-e (Highline, plus) - S-Line doortrims - Honeycomb grille Interior: - S-Line interior - S-Line steeringwheel - S-Line doorpanel trims - S-Line gearknob trim/ashtray - S-Line footmats - S-Line black (do not know how it's called, sky? everything above you inside the car) - Audi Sound System (currently Audi Chorus installed) - Cruisecontrol - Warninglights / Puddlelights / Doorhandle illumination - AUX/Bluetooth/Telephone - Reverse gear camera - HBA (High Beam Assist) - Footwell lights - Center console USA - And prob more ... If you are interested, I'll keep posting actively. Since there are already done some things to the car I will post them in seperate posts. Enjoy and thanks for the read.