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Part Requests

mjr901 Jul 14, 2015

  1. mjr901

    mjr901 Guest

    Hello Audi-Sport.net lovers.

    Just a note to say that if any of you are in any need of parts at a great discounted rate through Audi-sport.net then please use the parts request system or PM me.

    Its a free service up until the point you actually decide to buy the product....so you cannot go wrong.

    I normally hide in the 8P forum but Audi-sport have enlisted me to bring the best possible discounts and service throughout the website.

    + from the current reviews - thats exactly what i'm doing - so please have faith, i'm not your average Main Dealer - I'm also part of this community and have been for a number of years.

    So dont be afraid to get in touch.

    From accessories to vacuum pipes to general service parts - you name it.

    Oh and please supply your registration where possible to make my life a wee bit easier :)

    Usually free UK delivery - dependant on size and weight ofcourse. Bumpers and bonnets are bulky and can be expensive to send.



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  3. Vanders

    Vanders Registered User

    New to this forum and don't know how to use parts request system or what PM is so hope this contacts you.
    I have one of the very few Audi RS2 Avant RHD models Reg No: M592NEL Chassis No: 8CSZ001225, Eng No: ADU0003396 registered in 1995.
    This now needs clutch replacement and apparently Audi no longer support/supply spares.
    I have expert mechanic who can do the work but having great difficulty finding anyone who can identify/supply direct replacement parts.
    Believe that in addition to normal wearing clutch parts I will also need the clutch flywheel.
    Any help, advice, etc, would be much appreciated.
    John W
  4. Ed_rx7

    Ed_rx7 Registered User

    If you pm me pics I might be able to get the clutch refurbished for you

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