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First TT, picked up this morning, Goodwood green 53 plate, grey leather. Came with a brand new set of wheels so trying them on tomorrow to see how they look as I'm not sure what I think yet!

Car is awesome, I had a Cupra R before so wanted something a bit more special. Surprisingly normal and pleasant to drive, until you put it in sport and floor it.... good god, that noise!
 

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Hi all. New on here. New to TTs. New to Audi.
2004 v6 3.2 manual. Black, cream leather. New to me, but well used (135k on the clock). A few jobs to be done.

Chris

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Hi All, haven't seen any brilliant red v6s, is this a rare colour?

Seems to be loads of misano red but not seen any brilliant red!
 

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Jam13 said:
Hi All, haven't seen any brilliant red v6s, is this a rare colour?

Seems to be loads of misano red but not seen any brilliant red!
I had a Brilliant Red manual owned from new. Sold it last year. Worst thing I've ever done. Still in mourning. Just hope she's gone to a good home.
 

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why did you sell it? Sounds like you might be regretting it already. I bought mine a few weeks ago and love it. It was a one owner v6 dsg roadster with 15k. It's a bit of a time warp but I've always wanted one of these cars and got lucky with this one I think.

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Jam13 said:


why did you sell it? Sounds like you might be regretting it already. I bought mine a few weeks ago and love it. It was a one owner v6 dsg roadster with 15k. It's a bit of a time warp but I've always wanted one of these cars and got lucky with this one I think.

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Wasn't using the car a great deal.My wife couldn't drive as it was a manual and with athritis problems she was having difficulty getting in and out of it. But in fareness to her she did say to keep it and buy another smaller automatic car. But to have 4 cars i thought it was excessive. In hindsight now, I should have listened to her..yet again.
 

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FELLOW v6ers. PLEASE, PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN. THIS IS A CHALLENGE!
Our v6 2004 suffers multiple misfires when restarted before it is allowed to warm up. To clarify if we reverse from the garage and stop the engine to close the garage door,then restart and the engine will misfire. We have to hold the revs at approx 2500 for about ten minutes and then the engine runs smooth again. The engine starts from cold and hot with no misfires. We cannot use the car for short journeys and have to ensure the length of journey is sufficient to warm up the engine,each time we use it. We have renewed the coil packs ,sparkplugs,air,oil and fuel filters.engine oil and flush.maf,coolant temp sender,exhaust cam sensor,checked crankshaft sensor,cleaned throttle body and readaptation,checked pcv and secondary air system. Garage state that all readings on vcds are good. Garage manually checked timimg and found the exhaust cam timing to be out,tried to adjust with no success,so renewed the exhaust cam chain pulley,tensioner and stretch bolt. THE FAULT REMAINS ! PLEASE ANY IDEAS?. Does anyone think I should try renewing the exhaust cam chain hydraulic tensioner and or turn my attention to the ecu/map? I went to a vw/audi specialist whom checked the ecu software and reported back that it was up to date and audi has not released any upgrades for it,they explained that because audi use discs they could not reflash the software to eliminate any corruption,unlike vw which can be connected online via the obd and can be reflashed. They concluded that I would have to go to a remapping company for a reflash, but I don't know anything about remaps? I am now well and truly stuck.What to do next? The mileage is only 65000 with full audi service history.
Thanks richard
Did anyone ever get to the bottom of this?
 

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V6 DSG owner since March 2018.

Adore the bloody thing !
 

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d5aul said:
Just bought a 2004 V6, what a beast! Love it! I had a 225 a few years ago before having to get an estate car, wanted another TT so the obvious choice was a V6.
75k miles, Mauritius Blue, Black Leather.
That's lovely, bud 8)
 

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Just updating mine...2004 3.2 DSG Roadster, 107,000 miles, bought June 2018. Done a few bits, ABS sensor, new rear shocks, Haldex service, gearbox check (OK). Drives lovely!
 

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