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Audi TT, Coupe, Convertible
#450 of 512 Re: Feedback on 04/05 TTs [mindseye]
Jun 21, 2005 (5:46 pm)
I have a 2005 Quattro Roadster. (had a 2001 for a month - decided to just get new one). I LOVE IT! I might trade it for an SL600, but I will let you know when I have an extra $80,000 to blow on a car....
As far as the 3.2, I have been asking around. (Mostly because I am still partially stuck on the 'there is no replacement for displacement' syndrome")
If you are not going to do any modification, than go with whichever one you like most and enjoy it. If you have any intention of mods, than get a 225. End of discussion. I just got an email back from APR (Audi Performance Racing) and they have nothing and are planning NOTHING for the 3.2. So far, I have heard that no one is sure what kind of punishment the DSG tranny can take yet, and they don't have much room to do anything with a V6 crammed in under the hood.
I have heard rumors of a blower for the 3.2 which could have potential, but time will tell....
(and PS - I am very new to this so I am just putting out there what I have 'learned' so far. If I am way off, I would certainly appreciate an opposing viewpoint)
#451 of 512 2006 TT in Massachusetts
Jul 23, 2005 (5:33 am)
I have heard that the 2006 TT will not be sold in Massachusetts due to emissions regulations -- has anyone heard the same. Also, I am trying to find a 2005 TT Coupe Manual for sale and salespeople seem unresponsive!!! I thought the idea was to sell cars! Anyone have any ideas?
#452 of 512 electrical problems w/TT?
Jul 23, 2005 (2:31 pm)
I am considering a 2000 TT 1.8 Quattro, 53,000mi., looks very good, runs great, but has two electrical repair notes in the carfax report. Does anybody know of particular electrical snafu's with this year, make, model, etc.?
Any other insights would be appreciated. Thanks.
Jul 29, 2005 (9:59 pm)
I have had my 2003 TT, 180 for only 4 weeks, and have had to have all tyres replaced!!! I really cant understand why if one tyre is damaged, you have to have the other one replaced also. Could someone kindly explain this to me? It is costing me a fortune. I have now switched from the orginal tyres (pirelle, to mitchellin). Thanks
Aug 03, 2005 (5:22 pm)
Well just thought I would check in. I now have 38,000 miles on my TT. I bought it with 16,000+ on it. It has been a joy to drive. I usually switch with my Durango by weeks. Still runs good. I use the M1 T&SUV 5w-40 synthetic oil. I can't say enough about the fun my wife and I have when driving. Great car that will be in the family for quite a while.
#455 of 512 Revo or APR???
Sep 12, 2005 (10:51 pm)
I'm in the same boat as [illiterate101]. Ready to make the move to either an ECU swap or reprogramming.
Which did you go with - Revo or APR??? I'm considering one of these.