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    1. 08-05-2008 12:33 PM #51
      The carbon fiber one looks really good, too. Wow, tough decision...subtle vs sport. Same thing with the body kit. This one is very subtle, which is good (and probably cheaper, too). But I still prefer the PPI (more functional)...although, at those prices, I'd be inclined to get this one.


      Modified by jtv at 9:35 AM 8-5-2008

    2. 08-05-2008 03:28 PM #52
      lovely spoiler....
      carbon fiber is an art of beauty... love it
      but to what company does it relate to?

    3. 08-05-2008 10:45 PM #53

      Ok guys: these products are made in South Korea. They have a UK representative. To give you an idea;
      The spoiler (2parts, center and surrounding units) price in Korea is 599 $, and in UK 919 $ (same product)
      Quality of the product? I haven't got a clue...
      But I might go for it.
      here is the Link


    4. 08-05-2008 10:59 PM #54
      Quote, originally posted by jtv »
      The carbon fiber one looks really good, too. Wow, tough decision...subtle vs sport. Same thing with the body kit. This one is very subtle, which is good (and probably cheaper, too). But I still prefer the PPI (more functional)...although, at those prices, I'd be inclined to get this one.

      Modified by jtv at 9:35 AM 8-5-2008


      This kit is classy, as you said, very subtle. PPI is agressive. Two different styles. Have you seen the rear PPI spoiler? Its design is quiet nice and fits with the rear shape of the car. Have you seen it deployed? If not, tell me, I have pictures...
      Difficult choice!
      The Korean design is a succes, carbon is pretty cool...
      Definitely [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    5. 08-05-2008 11:01 PM #55
      Quote, originally posted by uaeprince »
      lovely spoiler....
      carbon fiber is an art of beauty... love it
      but to what company does it relate to?


      Well, on the pictures, it looks nice! But is it real carbon fiber?
      I'll check that very soon!

    6. 08-07-2008 04:48 AM #56
      it's outstanding..
      and you gotta see the interior...
      You'll love the stearing wheel,
      I just place an order for the piece on the steering wheel..
      Luv the word "Carbon Fiber"
      http://www.tidstyling.com/shop...r=607


      Modified by uaeprince at 1:49 AM 8-7-2008

    7. 08-07-2008 02:47 PM #57


      Absolutely!
      I love it too, BUT...
      If you look below the last picture, you 'll read "Please do not worry about the airbag fault"
      What does that mean? That the carbon piece fitted on the steering wheel makes the warning to come on? The airbag is not operative anymore?
      I don't understand what they mean.
      I sent an e-mail bout a week ago. No reply. I phone them yesterday (yeah, Korea is far!!). They promised a reply. Still nothing.
      I'll try via a local tuning shop. But honnestly, it would have be a german company, the answer would already be here!!

    8. 08-07-2008 03:52 PM #58
      Quote, originally posted by uaeprince »
      Sorry Guys,
      I wasn't alround for a while..
      alright.. LED lights..
      I sent one of my friends in London to pick it up and send it to me..
      I'll post the site,
      but please fellow's,
      take caution..
      As a pre-caution, I sent my friend..
      coz I can't trust an unknown site in the web and buy online


      Please could you tell me if there is no need to install new wiring. Europrice sent me a mail telling me the part is "plug and play". These are Audi genuine parts, so it's better for me to order it here. Unfortunately, no one in Audi can assure these leds will work when fitted. I become !!!
      Thanks for your help.


    9. 08-09-2008 06:55 AM #59

      hey Skybird...
      Plug and Play..?! sound good for me.. lol
      but why don't they assure ya it will work... it will work.. easy job for any technical guy in the workshop.
      Anyway...
      check this ... it may help ya..
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=3797997



      Modified by uaeprince at 3:58 AM 8/9/2008

    10. 08-09-2008 01:50 PM #60

      Skybird....
      here is the details for the TT to TTS Led lights
      before..

      after

      Details:
      tts led is same as tt one... it not need to wire work or otherthing,
      all plugs and wires position is same as my 07 2.0t TT
      but only trouble thing is you need VAGCOM computer check for renew the code for let it work.
      so You'll pay other $100USD to AUDI Service in here for update code for it then , everything done

    11. 08-10-2008 07:26 PM #61
      Quote, originally posted by uaeprince »
      hey Skybird...
      Plug and Play..?! sound good for me.. lol
      but why don't they assure ya it will work... it will work.. easy job for any technical guy in the workshop.


      Uae Prince, "you saved my life" Thanx a lot for your help 'cos "I would have died without my leds...'
      Ok, I'll order the parts straigh away in my Audi's dealer this week. I'll let you know when they're on the car.
      On the previous picture I noticed a different grill... ECS? Classy style?
      As I told you, I like the TTS grill. But, who can deserve a TTS grill better than a real TTS?
      Haha... I really love it... that's the problem...
      So I got my exhaust and ECU upgrade... Waouh, what a difference! Car was tested on a rollingroad before and after the mods. I gain 1/3 of the torque...
      Better grasp the steering wheel during acceleration, and manage the throttle to avoid wheels skidding at low speed. Once the third speed is engaged (I have a manual gearbox), it's a rocket... I definitely need the KW kit...
      So, any TTS stopped at the traffic light? 'cos I'm ready for real test...
      Before

      After

      And on the rollingroad




      Modified by Skybird at 4:27 PM 8/10/2008

    12. 08-10-2008 07:58 PM #62


      Got a reply from the TID UK branch (the representative).
      He said "The quality of the TID parts is exceptional"
      That's it! When you have your Carbon part for the steering wheel, please let me know 'bout the quality.

    13. 08-12-2008 05:03 PM #63
      Hollaaaaaa..
      Nice work Skybird...
      car looks awesome.. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      Update us always bro..
      and regarding the Carbon fiber... it's gonna be with me next week.
      hopefully.. gotta wait and wait & wait..
      I'll let ya know if there is any update's..
      my ecu shipped again to APR to get full Stage 3 upgrade..
      can't wait to see all these things gathered in my ride..
      gotta smoke some porsche's ....lol



      Modified by uaeprince at 1:03 PM 8/14/2008

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      08-13-2008 10:24 PM #64
      Quote, originally posted by uaeprince »

      Definitely like the car. But don't like this body kit. Way too many holes, slits, etc. Makes it look, well, Japanese. No offense meant. Just, looks out of place on an Audi.

    15. 08-14-2008 01:44 AM #65
      I'm really still fighting to get these brakes..
      really feeling hopless.







      And regarding these brakes..
      http://www.gtrblog.com/index.p...log=4
      it does not fit wihtout doing alots of modification's




      Modified by uaeprince at 11:04 PM 8/13/2008

    16. 08-14-2008 09:17 AM #66
      skybird...
      do you know around you any shops gotta brembo brakes for our TT's?
      Coz I can't address any good place for purchasing..
      it looks pro on our rides..

    17. 08-14-2008 04:10 PM #67
      Rims

      http://www.wheelsandmore.de



      Modified by uaeprince at 9:11 AM 9/17/2008

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      08-15-2008 03:54 PM #68
      hey uaeprince nice TT. Are you in A.D or DXB? My company moved me to Dubai for a while.. so I left my TT in my home country! I have seen a lot of TT's here in dubai but not tunned! please let me know when there's any Audi reunion or something to see your car LEDs.. cheers

    19. 08-16-2008 03:13 AM #69
      Quote, originally posted by luiscarlos59 »
      hey uaeprince nice TT. Are you in A.D or DXB? My company moved me to Dubai for a while.. so I left my TT in my home country! I have seen a lot of TT's here in dubai but not tunned! please let me know when there's any Audi reunion or something to see your car LEDs.. cheers


      hey luis, Welcome to UAE
      I'm from AD, and it's rare or actually non reunion done here for TT's.
      cause the car is not famous at all here... ppl here like to ride 4x4 only
      but I'll tell ya when am I going to visit Dubai anytime I plan.
      Regarding the car,
      God... it's no longer look like the photo's at all..
      maybe the colors only, but mostly change everything.
      and now waiting on APR Tuning package & ECU to return back Tunned.
      hopfully, 350+ hp .. this is the plan

    20. 08-16-2008 07:11 PM #70
      Hi! Sorry for the brembo brakes, but I can't help you. I would also be interested to fit my TT with those brakes, but then, I will be without car... You know, once a year, those F...**ing europeans imposed a car conformity check. They look at everything. And the list of approved parts is quite limited...
      I cannot change the brakes, so I did not investigate. But it looks awesome... Do it man!!

    21. 08-16-2008 07:20 PM #71
      350??????
      Oh nooo! Man, welcome to the "Porche Killer Club"
      BUT...
      Honnestly, U will feel the difference, of course, but it's too much power for a non-quattro car. It would be better on a TTS, but on a 2.0, I have a doubt. Lots of mechanical parts need to be changed if you plan to keep the car...
      Otherwise, sounds a fantastic project!
      I wanna see it. And if you do it, Man, I swear, I come to Abu Dhabi...


    22. 08-17-2008 05:30 AM #72
      Quote, originally posted by Skybird »
      350??????
      Oh nooo! Man, welcome to the "Porche Killer Club"
      BUT...
      Honnestly, U will feel the difference, of course, but it's too much power for a non-quattro car. It would be better on a TTS, but on a 2.0, I have a doubt. Lots of mechanical parts need to be changed if you plan to keep the car...
      Otherwise, sounds a fantastic project!
      I wanna see it. And if you do it, Man, I swear, I come to Abu Dhabi...

      hmmmm. well well well... if you'll come..
      then definitly I'll do it...
      well, let me tell you this..
      I was planing to go with my TT to APR stage 3,
      and that's what might destroy my car.
      APR stage 3 means 400+ hp
      can you imagin our cars can reach that limits without NOS!!!
      but all Technical tuner here told me to go for K04 which is 350+
      after adding all other tuning stuff like intercooler +ECU+ Fuel pump..etc
      K04 is the S3 turbo kit, which fit our cars.
      G30 & G35 Turbo's are the super stuff, I won't touch it, coz it might harm my car badly ((Later on))
      So check what I'm saying here:
      http://www.goapreu.com/products/new_turbo_k04.html
      http://www.goapreu.com/product....html
      it's written in stage 3 the following:
      The power increase with the APR Stage III kit for the 2.0T is substantial. It is recommended that brake and suspension upgrades are done to safely use the potential of this upgrade. It is also recommended that the stock engine internals be upgraded for power levels above 98 RON, as APR is not responsible for any damage to the engine.

      I'll photo car as soon I upgrade it with everything..

    23. 08-17-2008 06:02 AM #73
      How about some OEM brakes like these.

      RS6 calipers with RS4 discs

    24. 08-17-2008 06:37 AM #74

      Quote, originally posted by conneem-tt »
      How about some OEM brakes like these.

      RS6 calipers with RS4 discs

      Well, this operation need alots of modification, and it needs some1 knows what he's doing, it's not fix and ride.
      I wish if Anyone done it b4, show us the process from A-Z
      Then I'll definitely do it.
      OEM parts are always more reliable more than anything else.

    25. 08-17-2008 11:05 AM #75
      Additional Carbon fiber to those who's crazy about it..



      http://cgi.ebay.de/Audi-TT-8J-...55218
      Enjoy..


      Modified by uaeprince at 4:15 AM 9/6/2008

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