Thought I'd post here before selling mine another way. I'm the guy who posted how-to with measurements for the Audi screen. I've sold my car and will happily sell my windscreen. Its in Excellent condition with OEM bag.
PM me if you want 1 at a reasonable price.
So like many of you I changed my own oil and filter on my 2018 Mustang. Despite having several oil filter wrenches in my garage I did not have the 14 flute type. With the space available my strap wrench was not very effective.
So I went with hand tight and about 1/8th with the strap wrench...
Seems like everyone missed the track alignment on the CFTP. In a recent C8 track test they dropped over 2 seconds just doing the track alignment. Tires, another 2+ seconds.
Skip the CFTP, put on your track wheels/tires/alignment and it's drivers race. Or if you have the money and want the...
I didnt have a problem with smooth. I had a problem with DSG not acting like the performance transmission as advertised. Not holding gear near redline is inexcusable. It was a 2013.
Sure, you can flash...and run severe risk of voiding powertrain warranty. Audi's are too fragile to take that chance.
True story about Audi's vaunted but POS DSG which I had in my S4. It had 2 engine protection modes I hated and feel are inexcusable in a performance car. The first, on fast starts, it would short shift the 2-3 shift by about 2k RPM. Second, and even worse for track, in manual mode it would not...
Yes, completely understood and fair point. In other threads there are questions about the brush method versus 2 coats of spray which is more inline with manufacturers application recommendation.
Im just providing advice to make things easier for those who stick with spray.
Im betting it's a drivers race up to 70mph or so, with the added weight of the vert offset by more traction. After that, the coupe gains a significant aero advantage and walks.
Unless as noted before 18+ vs 15-17 in which case it takes the older car quite a distance to catch up.