Porsche is a direct fit.
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Porsche is a direct fit.
Sorry, the tie rod end nut. It has a larger flanged base. IIRC if you reuse the one for steel spindles, the diameter of the nut is roughly the same size as the steel insert in the alum spindle.
Make sure you get the appropriate OEM retaining nut and caliper bolts for the aluminum spindle :thumbup:
All the catbacks are the same. Only change was the downpipe.
Thanks! Don't post a screenshot of a vendor making contradictory statements on another platform ;)
Still running APR? United Motorsport might be a good option to look into. They seem to be writing...
From what I understand, the rear O2 doesn't affect fuel trims. It's solely the primary O2 sensor.
The issue isn't just on stage 3 cars but on stage 2 as well.
It certainly says something when a customer drops 20k on the stage 3 kit + required accessories and labor at a certified dealer and the...
Didn't even see this thread after I posted.
A few APR distributors / employees told me about the issues with the TSI Stage 3 tunes. Even if that wasn't enough evidence, just look at...
Was the tune leaning out? Just wondering because it's a fairly known issue with APR stage 3.
So Harding Performance outsold other ROW dealers for VW products and then you kicked them to the curb. That's pretty impressive when you consider China, UK, Europe etc...
As usual I'd take Arin@APR's comments as a grain of salt.
Guy Harding / Harding Performance was given highest honors at the APR International Distributor's conference just two weeks (ironic)...
APR's power figures ≠ reliability or repeatability of the results.
Seems like many of the Stage 3 owners have taken off their kits, sold their cars or moved onto other tuners.
What about torque limiting maps for DSG vehicles that have to be disabled in the ECU when tuning?
Is this estimate from Girodisc or just a personal guess?
I've noticed that most of their rotors are $800 for OE fitment, $1300 for upsized rotors with adapter brackets to space out the calipers.
Is there a specific contact out at Girodisc that we can reach out to? Thanks for your work on this.
Ah this is the vehicle in question:
The PO of that vehicle used to work at that...
I recall seeing issues with misfires this past WF.
Not for TT-RS.
The only tuners who offer port flashing for TTRS at the moment are UM, DM & REVO.
APR also requires removal of the ECU and opening of the ECU case in order to flash the vehicle = Insta-voided warranty.
UM can flash the ECU through the OBD-II port.
500GBP not Euros.
£500= 770.34 USD