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  1. alanyork

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    They sound good, But can not find them on the site for my car, 66 plate RSQ3, Performance.
     
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  3. 45bvtc

    45bvtc An AUDI aholic... Supporter Gold Supporter

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    Check here Alan: https://www.ferodo.co.uk/products/light-vehicles/eco-friction-brake-pads.html

    And/or search ebay for: Brand New Ferodo Rear Brake Pad - FDB1636 which should get you to this:

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    And then ask, for sure they'll check for your vehicle; they were mega helpful for me and mine.
     
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  4. Naylor92

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    Looks mint mate. But as previously stated, I’d also prefer them to be tucked back slightly. Did you manage to get any videos?
     
  5. 45bvtc

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    Just checked, Alan, against your reg i.e., a Dec 2016 RSQ3 Performance - nice!:

    Front OEM/Audi 8U0 698 151G for a 365mm dia x 34mm thick brake disc and the Eco Friction part number is FDB5023

    Rear OEM/Audi 8U0 698 451G for a 310mm dia x 22mm thick brake disc and the Eco Friction part number is not shown


    Go ask buyanycarpart... :hi:
     
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  6. alanyork

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    Thank you, > Naylor, no never done one before, car looks better in the flesh (so to speak ) I will try for better pics,
     
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  7. Naylor92

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    Get some pictures up today if you can chap. I’m tempted!! Just need to hear how it sounds now. Did the guy who did it not upload any to his website or anything?
     
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    Dont know how to chap, No the company have not put any pics up, as far as I know, Just pop over to York chap, You can see and hear it for yourself.
     
  9. Naylor92

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    Fair enough mate. To be honest, I don’t know either haha! I’m not really close enough to just pop down mate, here in Nottingham. Not far but not exactly up the road haha. Has it made a big difference?
     
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    You can upload images to this site https://imgbb.com/ and then direct-link to this site using the rectangular picture icon in the tool bar above.
     
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    Get some clips uploaded!
     
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  13. alanyork

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    You get some of yours first, lol.
     
  14. Naylor92

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    Haha! I’d love to mate. I don’t even have my car back yet!?
     
  15. alanyork

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    I go to Leeds most Saturdays, If you want to meet up, And have a proper look,
     
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    Maybe chap. Would you say it’s made a drastic difference to sound then? Sound more like a PFL RS3?
     
  17. alanyork

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    Its sounds mental on boost, better than a RS3.
     
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    Like the sound of that mate. Get some upshift cracks n what not?
     
  19. alanyork

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    yes,
     
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    Might have to enquire
     
  21. Naylor92

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    Finally getting my car back tomorrow, after 6 and a half looooonnngggg weeks!! Can’t wait!
     
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    Good for you mate, Long time to be with out it, You know what they say on here, Pics and clips please, ha ha, Get it to Wakefield to sort the exhaust.
     
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    Finally got my car back yesterday! Been a very long time coming. It’s come back absolutely immaculate. Whole front end is brand new. No quarms whatsoever.

    Also got the exhaust changed over and valve controller on as soon as I got it back! It sounds absolutely awesome, I’m so pleased with it. Forgot how good they drive aswell, unreal.
     
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    Glad your happy with it, You know whats coming now ???? LoL PICS.
     
  25. Naylor92

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    Yeah! My only concern is, there is slight moisture inside the front lights!? Why is this and how can I sort it?
     
  26. cuke2u

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    It is normal for moisture this time of year when the humidity is very high...
     
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    Is that right? Okay, feel a tad better about it now.
     
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    I’m just putting it down to them being new lights and the car hasn’t been used for 7 weeks has it. I live at the bottom of a hill with fields on the back of me and a stream. Always a lot colder.
     
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    If the moisture seems especially bad, pop the rear rubber seal for the bulbs and either leave engine running with lights on (full beam if you can) or use the mrs hair dryer to help it evaporate.
    If it’s not that bad just keep an eye on it and make sure it clears after a 10/15 minute drive


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    It’s not excessively bad at all. Just a slight bit at the bottoms of the lenses. Like I say though, it’s been sat for near on 7 weeks and I live in a dip, only had it back Friday and only been flitting about on small 5-10 minute journeys so it hasn’t cleared thought that. Can easily be cleared then and it’s nothing serious?
    Cheers.
     
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    If they are led's then there is no heat generated sufficient to clear the moisture. Mine produce it just when I am rinsing the car with a hose...
     
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    Yes mate they’re the facelift LED ones. Just taking a while to clear though!
     
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  34. Bryant1998

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    Yeah very easily cleared, should be a small hose at the bottom of your light to let major water out, just rear rubber cap off and hair dryer to clear it (hopefully for a while)


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  35. cuke2u

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    LED's do not produce much heat, much less than halogen, so they will not burn off any moisture. Personally I would leave them well alone unless puddles collect inside...
     
  36. Bryant1998

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    It’s not just the heat of the light but the heat from the engine that should also help clear the moisture


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  37. Naylor92

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    Anyone know where I can get my steering wheel done? (Alcantara)
     
  38. -Ju-

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    Yeah try Royal Steering wheels.
    He did my 8P S3 and then my 8V S3 which I managed to swap to my SQ5 as it's the same wheel.
    He will basically do it to your specific requirements, even making it slightly thicker if you wish.
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    Will do chap! Thanks for the reply.

    Yeah, that looks mint by the way! I wouldn’t know how to have it!? Don’t know whether to go for the full lot!? With blue tag line at top.
     
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    Have a look on his website as there are plenty of ideas, hes also very helpful.
    This was my 8P S3
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    I'd definitely go with the blue centre stripe to match your car and then a combo of Alcantara and leather, either smooth or punched.
    He did mine by postal exchange. You pay for it and include a deposit and then he trims a stock wheel. You then get your deposit back when you return your old wheel
     
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    Mega chap! Yeah wouldn’t mind a re-stitch too! Could really do with a freshen up mine could.

    Oh really, sounds very good actually then. I will have a look at that now. Cheers.
     
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    Anyone know where I can get the proper size wheel nut caps? Can’t seem to find any, anywhere!?!?
     
  43. Guess you already thought of this,but Audi stealership,surely?


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