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2007 Audi S3. 59k miles, 376BHP/403lb-ft


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·         Hi guys.

Selling my manual 2007 Audi S3. 59750 miles with full service history (all but one Audi dealer). Cam belt and water pump changed at 30k. Next MOT due 27 Dec 2016 (no advisories). The body work is in excellent condition for a car of this mileage. I've had the comprehensive Audi warranty since I bought the car at roughly 20k, so any work that's needed doing has been carried out at my local dealer. I'm the second owner

Audi Options

Electric tilt and slide sunroof, Comfort pack including auto-dimming rear-view mirror with Light and rain sensor package, Audi rear parking system and Cruise control, Bose sounds system, Multifunction flat bottom steering wheel, Xenon headlights, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, Heated seats, Rear blind, Climate control, Electrically folding door mirrors, Two keys, Electric windows, Air conditioning, DVD, CD player, Leather trim, Height adjustable driver's seat, Folding rear seats, Child seat points (Isofix system), Alloy wheels, Power steering, Steering wheel rake adjustment, Steering wheel reach adjustment, Traction control, Central locking, Alarm, Immobiliser, Driver's airbags, Side airbags, Passenger airbags. 5 seats. Through loader with ski bag


KW V1 adjustable coilover suspension @£1,500
Haldex sport controller (with key fob for standard, sport and race settings) @£1,500
Airtec upgraded intercooler @£600
Wavetrac limited slip differential @£1,500
ITG induction kit @£300
Miltek stainless steel exhaust @£1,800
Uprated fuel pump @£250
Super Pro anti lift kit @£250
Team dynamics alloys (with Goodyear Eagle F1's all round) @600
Uprated KW thicker anti roll bars @£350
Revo Stage 2+ software and Revo SPS plug
Uprated Sachs/Loba clutch with release bearing @£1,500
Adjustable quick gear shifter @75

Around £10K worth of extras. Nearly all work has been carried out by AMD Essex with receipts. The car is currently producing 376BHP with 403lb/ft torque (dyno read out available).

I have also upgraded the head unit to a Pioneer model with App radio so you can connect an iPhone to it.


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Hi Guys

Saw an earlier thread about members with hardly any posts (or like me non members appearing suddenly) advertising on your web site and I understand why that would be annoying.

Just to tell you a bit about myself I have been an Audi nut for the last five years since I bought my S3. I love everything about the car, the way it handles, the effortless power and the looks it still gets. I subscribed to another Audi forum shortly after I purchased it and have posted 170 times since then, helping others where I can but mostly receiving advice from those much more knowledgeable than myself

The car I'm selling is my pride and joy, the best car I have ever owned. As you can see from the paperwork and low miles between services it has been extremely well looked after. Everything its ever needed it's had, money no object. If anything I spent far too much on modifications given that I average around 8000 miles a year and spent most of those pottering about town or motorway cruising. In hind sight I'm not entirely sure I needed a LSD or sport Haldex controller to do either of those  

The reason for advertising on your site (and others) is I would really prefer it if the car went to a fellow enthusiast, someone who will appreciate it for years to come and not bend it round a lamp post 5 minutes after buying it. The responses I'm getting from eBay of 'What's your lowest price mate' before they've even seen the car isn't really what I'm looking for. I think most people who sign up to forums fall into the category of people who really care about their cars and hence why I'm advertising it on as many specialists web sites as I can.

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Well done for the post understanding why that may not go down well, it is appreciated.

You have found a forum here of car nuts (or should I say NUTS!) who are pretty adult in most some ways, so don't worry about it.

And welcome, stay a while.

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11 hours ago, shao_khan said:

Welcome to tyresmoke. Realising you made a mistake and coming back to admit it puts you above the normal flog it and scarper crowd.


do you still have the oem head unit?  Some people don't like the aftermarket look?

Hi there

Yes I still have the original Audi Concert. Might even swap it over today if I get the chance. Still have the original wheels as well if people prefer the OEM look?

Going to give it a damn good thrashing.....sorry polishing today and take a few more pictures. Hoping to get a buyer soon

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15 hours ago, Ian_C said:

Should have just let it spin....

I have had to "intervene" on this regard before, let someone drive my td slag who REALLY wasn't up to it (as it turned out) I had to STOP him from trying to save twice on one lap of Cadwell as each would have cost lots of money had he kept trying!

I had to grab the wheel from him & point the car off the track & tell him to recover after the car stopped!!!!

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Nice car had three of them so a big fan, the facelift addressed a lot of the issues of this model such as the clutch letting go if you gave it the beans, but you have that covered with the sachs upgrade, lovely car in a nice stealth colour, if I was in the market for a License Loser would be tempted

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