Up for sale is my much loved Audi S3 8P 2.0 TFSI. Going to be such a sad day to see it go but need to start getting money together for a deposit on a house.
General specs are:
Mileage – 90321 (may rise slightly)
Full service history
Number of previous owners – 3
Number of keys – 2
MOT expires on 24/07/17
When I first bought this car it was completely standard. I wanted to do this just so that I knew all of the work done on the car is done to a high standard. As I don’t work that far away I generally only used the car on the weekends and to drive to work now and again but she hardly got as much use and I would’ve liked. Below is a list of all of the specs of the car:
I have stacks and stacks of paperwork for all of the parts that I’ve bought just to show the amount of money that has actually gone into this car.
Turbo Dynamics MDX507 Hybrid turbo with uprated actuator (Done less than 1500 miles)
Evoms induction kit with gold carbon heat shield tape and sealed air box
CTS front mount intercooler
Forge turbo muffler delete
Runner flap delete
RS4 Fuel Pressure Valve
APR HPFP (High pressure fuel pump)
DW65V LPFP (Low pressure fuel pump)
Forge oil catch can set up
Garage midnight turbo heat shield
Sachs SRE Single mass motorsport flywheel and organic clutch plate. (Pedal still feels nice and usable for daily driving) Gearbox was also sent off to a speciailist (CTS Gearboxes) to be inspected to confirm had no issues before being re-installed with fresh gearbox oil. A short shifter was also installed at this point. (Installed in January 2016)
3” Turbo back exhaust with decat, mounted up to a Milltek backbox with black powder coated GT80 Tips
AKS Tuning throttle body spacer
Revision G diverter valve
Forge red silicon recirculation pipe
Forge red silicone EVAP pipes
Cam follower was replaced not that long ago
NGK iridium BKR17EX colder spark plugs
Only ever serviced using 5w40 Millers nanodrive oil (The best oil for these engines)
The inlet valves were de-coked when the runner flap delete and RS4 valve were fitted
Remapped by Rick at Unicorn Motorsport Developments with the below features:
No lift shift
Launch control (Vehicle has never been launched as wouldn’t want to put stress on the clutch)
3 Different adjustable maps which are;
Map 1 – Valet mode so the car cannot go over 3000RPM. Useful if you are leaving the car somewhere and you don’t want them trying to abuse it
Map 2 – 343.8 BHP and 379.8 FTLB Torque
Map 3 – 387.6 BHP and 427.5 FTLB Torque
All the car needs to go over the 400BHP mark is a 155bar fuel pressure relief valve.
Only ever run on Shell V-Power
I changed the oil and filter on this car at least once every 4 months even with the small amount of driving that it ever did. Always liked to be safe and keep the engine running fresh. The last oil change was done less than 100 miles ago and at that time I also replaced the oil pick up pipe inside the sump as it can cause issues if ever it becomes blocked. The one that came out of the car was clean however whilst it was off it was better to change it just to be safe.
Since modifying the vehicle I have always used Millers Nanodrive 5W40 oil. The best oil available for these engines.
Black & Cream leather interior
Flat bottom multi-functional steering wheel
Digital Boost Gauge fitted in air vent
Audio wires have been run to the boot so if you want to fit a sub it will be very easy for you
Factory Audi double din head-unit with Sat Nav, Bluetooth hands free and aux cable
Bose speakers with built in sub
Comes with factory rubber mats as well as the normal mats.
Facelift rear lights,
Factory Xenon auto levelling headlights
H&R Lowering Springs
New genuine front shocks were fitted at the same time as the clutch.
Driver door lock is a little bit sticky with the central locking. It will lock but sometimes you need to use the key to unlock it. Never bothered me but I have bought a new one that I can give to the buyer.
A/C needs re-gassing
Small tear on driver door card armrest
The car does have a few marks here and there but nothing out of the ordinary for a vehicle of this age.
Wheels could do with a refurb as there is some lacquer corrosion on them.
A quick google search will show you the above are all very minor common issues. Only listing them all as trying to be as honest as possible.
As you can tell I love this car and can speak about it all day long so if you have any questions please do not hesitate to send me a private message
Thanks for looking!