Audi Rs3 Parts List

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Nimbus265

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Does any have access to the 8V RS3 parts list, or know how I can get access to it please?

I'm after the part numbers for the sports exhaust, and need to work out what the part number differences are between the std and sports exhaust installations.

Thanks
 
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monopole

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not for the exhaust, but I got these: Carbon inlays

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monopole

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TX - ref carbon inlays, the part numbers were supplied by my dealership, I am in discussion for them to order the parts in (incl carbon mirrors) and have them install prior to collection - discussion ongoing....
 
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Nimbus265

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You gonna try a retro fit fella?

TX.
Yes,

The std exhaust is actually good, but the sports exhaust is better! Less effort for more noise. My dealer advised me against adding the sports exhaust as my build date approached, due to the possibility of it affecting the build date. So I choose to keep the configuration; Aftermarket exhausts will be along soon, but I really like the tone of the sports exhaust. Afterall, it is just metal tube and boxes, so should be easy to retrofit. I just need to know how it differes from the std system, and the part numbers, so I can cost and order them.
 

Dandanfings

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Yes,

The std exhaust is actually good, but the sports exhaust is better! Less effort for more noise. My dealer advised me against adding the sports exhaust as my build date approached, due to the possibility of it affecting the build date. So I choose to keep the configuration; Aftermarket exhausts will be along soon, but I really like the tone of the sports exhaust. Afterall, it is just metal tube and boxes, so should be easy to retrofit. I just need to know how it differes from the std system, and the part numbers, so I can cost and order them.

Would like to see pics of it too just to compare to the S3 systems.
 

nervus

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I've been underneath both an RS3 with sports exhaust and non-sports exhaust. The only physical differenance I could see is that theres a small ~10mm interconnecting tube between the two branches feeding each oval trim about 50mm inboard of the Oval trims.

More of a note change than a noise change but it bangs and pops more so there musy be some overfuling software change too somewhere.
 

nervus

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Also, I've ordered the Dynamic pack as the exhaust isnt available seperately! i'm not farting on with this one except maybe some lowering springs....
 

Dandanfings

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Also, I've ordered the Dynamic pack as the exhaust isnt available seperately! i'm not farting on with this one except maybe some lowering springs....

Stage 1 430bhp :D
If you get a chance please snap a pic of the underside for us to compare.
 

ved789

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I've been underneath both an RS3 with sports exhaust and non-sports exhaust. The only physical differenance I could see is that theres a small ~10mm interconnecting tube between the two branches feeding each oval trim about 50mm inboard of the Oval trims.

More of a note change than a noise change but it bangs and pops more so there musy be some overfuling software change too somewhere.

Did you perhaps snap some pics?
Also, is the downpipe the same as the 8P RS 3 ?
Tx
 

nervus

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That's the optional sports exhaust

That sheds more light on it! I only mooched around the backbox's on the two dealer demo cars. Maybe that dual branch centre section is different from the standard exhaust?

Does anyone know if the standard set-up runs a single branch centre section maybe? The literature for the sports exhaust does say something like a 'dual branch design'!
 

Grant

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Does the RS3 with the sports exhaust make more power than an RS3 with the standard exhaust? Or is the only difference the sound?
 

Dandanfings

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That 2nd silver "pipe" on each side is perhaps un-silenced which lets more noise through ergo it is louder?

TX.

It's not as there is no valves there.
Also the stock 2.5ts used to have the exact same midsection like I commented above.
 

Ozmosis

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From what I have seen previously, the bulk of the exhaust system is very similar to the 8P RS3, only the back box seems different.
 

domino_z

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Those are for the 8P

The valve cover will fit but the oil cover is narrower on the 8V as the Airbox sits closer to the engine

Should be easy to find part number if anyone has access to the etk s/w
 

RGBARGEE

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Anyone got the part number/price for 8.5 x19 Titanium Rotors??
 

RGBARGEE

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Gosh... how helpful spaceman...:blackrs4:
 

RGBARGEE

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Spaceman_RS3

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07K103925C & 07K133621A
Believe those are the correct part numbers...

For the two carbon engine covers btw in case of any confusion.

Cheers
 
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RGBARGEE

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So why can't you find the wheels ??
 

Spaceman_RS3

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Can only find the old style rotors in 8.5j firmest not the new 8v rotors as they are slightly diff.
The engine covers are standard to rs3 ttrs all the Rs cars with 2.5 tfsi. Sorry RG

If I could I would. When my car comes if you don't have it by then I'll take the number off one of mine when it's on the lift
 

RGBARGEE

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Was wondering if the A4/A5A6 8.5 rotors were usable?
 

Spaceman_RS3

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Prob but they are old design would look weird if you were just fitting the wider fronts? Or you wanting a full set for winters?
 

RGBARGEE

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I was thinking I'd buy just the fronts and swap the rears, using narrower rims in winter is preferable apparently although no doubt someone on here will have other views!.
 
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