being a V6 and NA id have thought it had a higher torque and both being six speed, bit like on the 5 speeds you can use a VR6 clutch to handle the power.
car is mapped and is on quick take offs i asked a few people on here and spoke to mrc who both said that a std clutch would cope with a...
i had a jbs04 and within 13 months the tubular manifold had failed 4 times and the turbo failed. got a refund on the manifold but had to pay out for a new turbo myself at full retail even though it was only 2 weeks over warranty but within the 12000 miles
hi there as said take it easy and you should be fine
websites to look at try www.northloop.co.uk
some members will offer you a pax lap as they feel it will help keep the place safer
ive stayed at
http://www.blaueecke.de/start/ wich is in the centre of adenau...
had a similar problem years ago and it was literaly the exhaust contracting quickly as it cooled because of the big puddles check your hangars that the exhaus isnt too close to the body and is ligned straight could be touching the driveshaft
as said its not a power thing if it was id have kept the golf. i think its just the new car thing and listening for every new squeak rattle and clunk and wondering what it is. ill prob feel better as i start learning more about the S3 and understand it more the 4wd in the wet i do love already...
its not that its slower i expect that. and thats what made me solf the golf too many mods making it unreliable. it just seems the running costs are massive and there are more common faults than the mk4's and they had enough. im gonna try and live with it for a few more months at least