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    Another timing job on an S4

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    engine-out for a timing belt?? damn

    edit: entire-front-end-out for a timing belt??
    Any car which holds together for a whole race is too heavy.

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    engine-out for a timing belt?? damn

    edit: entire-front-end-out for a timing belt??
    Yes, on the 4.2L V8 from Audi the Timing chains are at the back of the motor right up against the fire wall.


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    Yes, on the 4.2L V8 from Audi the Timing chains are at the back of the motor right up against the fire wall.


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    holy shit! there must be a good reason why Audi engineering designed that engine with a serviceable part in a very difficult location. Nonetheless, noted you guys are up for big jobs. I know a few mechanics who wouldn't touch something like that.
    Any car which holds together for a whole race is too heavy.

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    Une fois la job de timing chain fait, est-ce qu'il y a des risques que ce problemes reviennent à nouveau?

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    holy shit! there must be a good reason why Audi engineering designed that engine with a serviceable part in a very difficult location. Nonetheless, noted you guys are up for big jobs. I know a few mechanics who wouldn't touch something like that.
    I saw once , a pickup with timing chain on the back of the engine too.

    Dunno why they do that.
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    Citation Envoyé par paradigmqc Voir le message
    I saw once , a pickup with timing chain on the back of the engine too.

    Dunno why they do that.
    Vibrations/ oscillation from load transfer, even worse with start/stop functions on newer cars... Timing chains at the rear or sometimes "front of the engine" now are becoming really common. All of BMWs "B series" engines are like this now as well.

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    Une fois la job de timing chain fait, est-ce qu'il y a des risques que ce problemes reviennent à nouveau?

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    We use updated RS4 parts to ensure its doesn't happen again.


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    Citation Envoyé par Snail Voir le message
    holy shit! there must be a good reason why Audi engineering designed that engine with a serviceable part in a very difficult location. Nonetheless, noted you guys are up for big jobs. I know a few mechanics who wouldn't touch something like that.
    It was not supposed to be a serviced part, it was supposed to last the life time of the engine...

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    It was not supposed to be a serviced part, it was supposed to last the life time of the engine...
    Then factor in cheap components with lack of maintence.. old acidic oil eating away at the plastic slowly...

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    I never changed that on an old 400,000 km Corolla I use to own.

    hahahahah 'German Engineering'

    Thank you German car companies for building garbage products so that mechanics can make a great living at the expense of your gullible customers.

    All this reminds me of Apple, Tesla and the Montreal Canadiens. They all offer overpriced underperforming products to hipsters and brand loyal fanboys.

    GO BRUINS!

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    Active timing chain guide.

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    Is it normal to have brown spots like that or did the guy neglect his oil changes?

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    Pretty normal for the age and mileage

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    I never changed that on an old 400,000 km Corolla I use to own.

    hahahahah 'German Engineering'

    Thank you German car companies for building garbage products so that mechanics can make a great living at the expense of your gullible customers.

    All this reminds me of Apple, Tesla and the Montreal Canadiens. They all offer overpriced underperforming products to hipsters and brand loyal fanboys.

    GO BRUINS!
    You really need a ban. You're pretty annoying!

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    Top Notch Service and pricing from Momentum Motorsport !
    I appreciate your help in helping out my son-in-law.


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    Top Notch Service and pricing from Momentum Motorsport !
    I appreciate your help in helping out my son-in-law.


    Best regards,

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    My pleasure David!


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    Citation Envoyé par Grim Voir le message
    I never changed that on an old 400,000 km Corolla I use to own.

    hahahahah 'German Engineering'

    Thank you German car companies for building garbage products so that mechanics can make a great living at the expense of your gullible customers.

    All this reminds me of Apple, Tesla and the Montreal Canadiens. They all offer overpriced underperforming products to hipsters and brand loyal fanboys.

    GO BRUINS!
    i agree with you on unperforming products like the 3 named above...

    but i dont agree with you about the bruins... the ontario kid in me says go leafs!!!!!
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    I never changed that on an old 400,000 km Corolla I use to own.

    hahahahah 'German Engineering'

    Thank you German car companies for building garbage products so that mechanics can make a great living at the expense of your gullible customers.

    All this reminds me of Apple, Tesla and the Montreal Canadiens. They all offer overpriced underperforming products to hipsters and brand loyal fanboys.

    GO BRUINS!
    Most of the German cars are leased and covered under warranty.

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    Bump.


    Once again, great service by the team. dropped the car off with CAA on Monday morning and picked it back up again this morning.

    I had lost my brakes due to a caliper failure. They rebuilt the caliper, flushed the fluid and by my request they flushed the transmission oil and replaced both axle seals. It's let their shop driving better than it was before.

    I didn't want to bother gregster much working on the BMW's, but had a nice chat with Nick while waiting for the traffic to calm down.

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    Hang out with Gregster.. Buy classic cars. Hangout with PassatDub buy fancy hair products

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