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It was mentioned by Paul as he has/had an extended 5 year warranty on his RS.

I don't worry about things like that tbh.

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Same here Dell. My car goes nowhere near a dealer if something breaks I’ll fix it. They can’t be trusted to do even a simple oil change.


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First 5 years I had the extended warranty.   I hate using Audi too. I’ve used a trusted specialist since owning my first Audi in 2002



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what about the superpro one ?



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Fitted the 034 yesterday and a couple of hours later in my favourite roundabout the car spun.. I could always go full throttle here in second with a slight understeer, but with the 034 the rearend lost grip. Didn`t have time to react either as it started with a slight understeer and suddenly changed to oversteer..



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You might have it on a bit too aggressive setup - the 034 bar comes with 3 settings from memory.



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Fitted the 034 yesterday and a couple of hours later in my favourite roundabout the car spun.. I could always go full throttle here in second with a slight understeer, but with the 034 the rearend lost grip. Didn`t have time to react either as it started with a slight understeer and suddenly changed to oversteer..


034 do warn about the chance of oversteer & that's the very same reason Audi make there car's understeer.

I've not had it happen on the road but I did on a wet trackday with rear cold tyres.... Couldn't get it to happen once I done a full lap tho.

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Fitted the 034 yesterday and a couple of hours later in my favourite roundabout the car spun.. I could always go full throttle here in second with a slight understeer, but with the 034 the rearend lost grip. Didn`t have time to react either as it started with a slight understeer and suddenly changed to oversteer..


Did you have your foot planted the whole time or could it be lift off oversteer? Might be a factor since our cars are FWD biased as well as fitting a stiffer ARB. I’ve had the back step out on mine a couple times since fitting an H&R ARB.

Edited by MarkMac-RS3, 31 October 2020 - 02:26 PM.


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Did you have your foot planted the whole time or could it be lift off oversteer? Might be a factor since our cars are FWD biased as well as fitting a stiffer ARB. I’ve had the back step out on mine a couple times since fitting an H&R ARB.

Planted, but a lifted the foot when the rearend lost traction. It was so sudden, didn`t have time to think much.

I have around 420-440 bhp now, but the power builds up early.






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