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    All Change!

    As some of you know I have being aspiring towards greater things car wise, so my new car after much deliberation is an 03' Audi A4 1.8t quattro (sport..). Sorry for crappy pics..more soon maybe. i hope it never losses.

    Haven driven it most of the evening I just love its effortless driving style, the torquey engine means its pretty flexible. Over choppy roads its less adapt. 17" alloys means ride isnt improved on the tyre front too. Inside its very special, the quality and little usefull touches are really appreciated.

    in dash 6-cd changer is great and the bose speakers are a delight.
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    Software, a TBE and suspension. Do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiggs View Post
    Software, a TBE and suspension. Do it.
    I concur.
    John says:
    so i had to dump acid into the block tank today
    i'm afraid to fap
    cause i got it on my hands

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    looks good... congrats.

    (and concur with Quiggs)
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    niceeee
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiggs View Post
    Software, a TBE and suspension. Do it.
    Hmm, i like it for the understatedness of it..im now free of judgmental ricers
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    I'd be leaving it as it is, personally.

    although I'd be looking at something under the bonnet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jediali View Post
    Hmm, i like it for the understatedness of it..im now free of judgmental ricers
    Quote Originally Posted by IBrake4Rainbows View Post
    I'd be leaving it as it is, personally.

    although I'd be looking at something under the bonnet.
    ^No balls.
    John says:
    so i had to dump acid into the block tank today
    i'm afraid to fap
    cause i got it on my hands

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    Coming from someone who drives a FailBolt, thats not saying much.
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    nice. must be a nice cruiser.

    since badda lost his balls, let me be the first to recommend an LS7 for those underbonnet woes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    nice. must be a nice cruiser.
    It makes the daily plod to work much more pleasant. This is a heavy car (over 1500kg) and the non-instant throttle response make fast country lane driving a little demanding at first. It wafts around rather than bursting from corner to corner.

    I get the impression I have minimal suspension travel as it is, this car will jolt over big bumps and feel a little uncomfy over scarred roads. Its the only thing spoiling whats a very quiet and relaxing cabin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baddabang View Post
    ^No balls.
    No, it just means more than enough balls that we don't need our car to add to its magnitude.
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    VAG cars now have worst rides than ever due to the huge wheel trend.
    You are wise on not making any mods to the car. That will always be a fast saloon and not a sportscar. It's a fast car made for everyday driving so it must be comfortable.
    It looks nice and it's well built. You made a good choice. Congrats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IBrake4Rainbows View Post
    Coming from someone who drives a FailBolt, thats not saying much.
    Don't you drive a Volvo? Cobalt>Box with wheels

    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    nice. must be a nice cruiser.

    since badda lost his balls, let me be the first to recommend an LS7 for those underbonnet woes.
    My balls are perfectly intact.

    Quote Originally Posted by McReis View Post
    VAG cars now have worst rides than ever due to the huge wheel trend.
    You are wise on not making any mods to the car. That will always be a fast saloon and not a sportscar. It's a fast car made for everyday driving so it must be comfortable.
    It looks nice and it's well built. You made a good choice. Congrats.
    "Looking good>Going fast."
    John says:
    so i had to dump acid into the block tank today
    i'm afraid to fap
    cause i got it on my hands

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    Congratulations on the new car!
    What kind of milage has it done?
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