I totally agree which is why I don’t want to worry about writing my car off with no recourse to Audi, not much point in paying the premium of having a new car to negate its warranty
I tested a small bit on my door card (Piano Black insert) and it did a great job also! The product itself is quite runny and oily so either mask off the areas or just apply it carefullyMine is also like that from the previous owner and so is the piano black trims on the dash and centre console. Thats really good results there will this stuff work on those dash bits too?
Use the small white cloth supplied... Apply a pea sized dot of product on the cloth and go straight in working in circular motions or straight lines with a bit of pressure! The product is quite oily so goes a long way... But keep adding if need be! Also the pack I got can with x 2 bits of wet & dry. I never bothered with those!Well ordered that product now so will see. People are saying it's not very well instructed any instructions advice?
Will be using this on my piano black trims. Cheers
So done a few jobs yesterday morning! Firstly removed the silver S-Line badges for gloss black ones...
Then changed the Alloy wheel centre caps to black ones as the old ones were tired looking.
I also replaced the rear Audi rings with gloss black items!
And finally fitted some Heko wind deflectors...
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Sorry only just seen this reply.i was advised against using any of the maps on +3 on the DTUK boxes as it can cause misfires or limp mode, i tryed map 3 +3 on my A5 177bhp and it ran way to snappy on the accelerator and within 3 days brought up stop/start deactivation errors on my dash, i cleared that with my Carista Doggle but it kept coming back no end.
So i tryed map 3 @ +2 and it never came back!!! but again i found Map 3 way to snappy for a daily driver, i finally settled on map1 +1 after trying about 10 different setups.
I highly rate the DTUK boxes thou i've had them on three cars now, im currently running map 1 +1 on my A7 but im finding it a little sluggish so im going to try map 1 +2 the prob is trying to get a mix of more power without dropping MPG to much, especially since near zero temps and big car and reduced driving speeds ( due to god knows how many folks panicking over driving conditions ) doesnt help much.
I personally mangaed about 3/4mpg max gain when it was fitted to the A5 177bhp that was calculated using the fuelly app over 10 months and different map settings, there a great piece of kit but any MPG gain i just take as a bonus and not to be taken for granted...
Do you know how much the rear indicator upgrade setup was?
No idea to be honest. They said initially when they sent it back that they tested it on another car and it was fine. But they sent me a new loom anyway... A month later the problem persisted and I contacted them. They then stated they changed the box also even though it was evident it was the same box I sent down... They advised me to re-route the loom and to stop using V-Power Diesel. But problem is still there... I've removed box for 2 months and I've had zero issues and no limp mode.. Feel like banging my head against a brick wallStrange have you had the box reflashed?
I wonder if the boost plug or the fuel plugs on yours are starting to go a bit iffy and dont like the extra power been requested by the DTUK box..
Not updated this thread in a while, but I've managed to fit Eibach spacers front and rear. Went with 20mm rear and 10mm front! I'm on standard suspension so quite happy with the way she sits now...
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Mines isn't rubbing at all! Is yours on standard suspension?Word of warning i have 20mm spacers on the rear and its rubbed the bottom of the arch and over time this has caused the paint to lift on both sides. Smaller spacer and respray for me to cure the issue.
Haha.. Well it's certainly a car to be enjoyedYes standard. But car gets some proper attention at times with traction control off and roundabout activity in the dead of night.
But you are running after market alloys with a different offset?Word of warning i have 20mm spacers on the rear and its rubbed the bottom of the arch and over time this has caused the paint to lift on both sides. Smaller spacer and respray for me to cure the issue.
For me personally it was wet grip... Let's face it in Scotland that's the majority of the time! P-Zeros are okay in the dry but very little moisture it was unpredictable. And they cost double the amount nearly.What would you say the improvements are on the RS3’s over the Pzero’s?
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