A4 Dynamik Owners Thread

dyna4_dev

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Hi all new here is my A4 Dynamik done a couple of bits here and there it being the 2.0tfsi it's had the oil consumption recall done and I've done other visual mods to it.

It also has a custom cat back exhaust aswell as a revo induction kit just waiting for a remap and I'll be happy :)
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dyna4_dev

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Very nice! What made you swap the alloys? For me, thats the best part of the Dynamik

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I kept the originals for winter and these are my summer wheels, like being abit different hence the colour choice not everyone's cup of tea but hey ho

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Atherslad

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I kept the originals for winter and these are my summer wheels, like being abit different hence the colour choice not everyone's cup of tea but hey ho

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I'd have it the other way around, the standard dynamik alloys deserve the summer use!

It does look good in white with those alloys. Mine was black but that's my style

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Tamplin

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Hi all new here is my A4 Dynamik done a couple of bits here and there it being the 2.0tfsi it's had the oil consumption recall done and I've done other visual mods to it.

It also has a custom cat back exhaust aswell as a revo induction kit just waiting for a remap and I'll be happy :)
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I’d love to hear some sound clips of the exhaust as I’d like to get one for my dynamik. Have you had it on a dunk since the remap? If so what figures did you get?

Andi
 

Adam89

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Hi there mjh89, don't be too put off by the oil consumption problem I've only had mine a few months now and was worried about this to mine went straight into Nottingham Audi two weeks later the second test was carried out it failed Badley :( but they ordered all parts that where at fault supplied me with as much oil as I needed until parts arrived and it then went in about three weeks later for around four days and came out good as new with a two year warranty on all parts changed and drives like a new car :) no cost what so ever to my self a curtesy car was gave to me for as long as I needed too.
Hi there mjh89, don't be too put off by the oil consumption problem I've only had mine a few months now and was worried about this to mine went straight into Nottingham Audi two weeks later the second test was carried out it failed Badley :( but they ordered all parts that where at fault supplied me with as much oil as I needed until parts arrived and it then went in about three weeks later for around four days and came out good as new with a two year warranty on all parts changed and drives like a new car :) no cost what so ever to my self a curtesy car was gave to me for as long as I needed too.

Hi Adam, I'm about to buy one now in 2019 - will Audi still cover this oil consumption issue?
 

JamesRyder

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Hi Adam, I'm about to buy one now in 2019 - will Audi still cover this oil consumption issue?
I had the same concerns when I bought mine a few months ago, but after doing lots of research, I'm pretty confident they will. I contacted Audi HQ about my concerns, and they told me to take it in for an oil consumption test and then they can take it from there. I don't think they'll stop fixing the affected engines when they've done so many already. Has it got a full Audi service history, as that helps? If it does then make sure you keep those up, as it smooths the wheels if you do have the problem. Audi are pretty good tbh, and you'll only read comments from people that have had the problem. There are lots of engines in the range that are OK (I think it was a bad batch). You'll see within the first few hundred miles whether it's consuming too much oil by keeping an eye on the MMI. Mine uses quite a bit of oil but it's still within the permitted tolerance, as dictated by Audi. Just keep a litre of oil in the boot and top up when it's getting low. How many miles has the car done? If it's done quite a few and it's not had the oil consumption problem by now then you might be fine. Mine's only done 30K so I think there's a chance the consumption could get worse, as it's not far off. I've already had a full service at Audi and I'll keep that up, which will make it easier if the time comes. I have faith that Audi will resolve the issue though, since it's so well known now, and you can provide them with so much evidence of them fixing the problem for other people. It will be hard for them to say No.
 

Nick2019

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New member here so hi to all.

Bought my A4 Avant 2.0tfsi Quattro Dynamik (82000k) about two weeks ago and unfortunately have had an issue already.

I was driving on the motorway, 75mph with the cruise on. Engine management light started flashing, then the EPC light lit up. Car started to judder and lose power. Pulled over and got recovered and the car is now at a German specialist in Derby.

Suprisingly, the initial diagnostics didn't throw up any error codes however they think it may be an injector(s) issue.

Has anyone else experienced something similar?

Many thanks for your help.

Nick
 

JamesRyder

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New member here so hi to all.

Bought my A4 Avant 2.0tfsi Quattro Dynamik (82000k) about two weeks ago and unfortunately have had an issue already.

I was driving on the motorway, 75mph with the cruise on. Engine management light started flashing, then the EPC light lit up. Car started to judder and lose power. Pulled over and got recovered and the car is now at a German specialist in Derby.

Suprisingly, the initial diagnostics didn't throw up any error codes however they think it may be an injector(s) issue.

Has anyone else experienced something similar?

Many thanks for your help.

Nick
Hi Nick,

That's really bad luck. Sorry to hear this. Did you buy privately or from a garage? It does sound like an injector problem, which is a common problem apparently. If it is, and you don't have any warranty, then definitely do your research as it can be a costly fix.

Have a look at this thread:
https://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php/631070-The-B8-Injector-Failure-Thread

Let us know how you get on.
 

Nick2019

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Hi Nick,

That's really bad luck. Sorry to hear this. Did you buy privately or from a garage? It does sound like an injector problem, which is a common problem apparently. If it is, and you don't have any warranty, then definitely do your research as it can be a costly fix.

Have a look at this thread:
https://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php/631070-The-B8-Injector-Failure-Thread

Let us know how you get on.

Hi James

Thanks for the reply and link to the article... An interesting read!

I bought it from a dealer so has come with warranty. Quite a reputable dealer too and so far they have been great.

Have spoken with the garage and they are going to give me the diagnosis later today so will revert back.

Cheers
 

JamesRyder

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Hi James

Thanks for the reply and link to the article... An interesting read!

I bought it from a dealer so has come with warranty. Quite a reputable dealer too and so far they have been great.

Have spoken with the garage and they are going to give me the diagnosis later today so will revert back.

Cheers
Not a great start to your new adventure, but you're lucky this has happened within your warranty period, so the dealer should cover the repairs. It's always wise to buy from a reputable dealer, especially with performance cars. Anyway, we'll keep our fingers crossed for a good result on this, and hopefully, you'll be able to put this behind you soon and enjoy the car again :)
 

Nick2019

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Hi Nick,

That's really bad luck. Sorry to hear this. Did you buy privately or from a garage? It does sound like an injector problem, which is a common problem apparently. If it is, and you don't have any warranty, then definitely do your research as it can be a costly fix.

Have a look at this thread:
https://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php/631070-The-B8-Injector-Failure-Thread

Let us know how you get on.
Turns out the issue was a leaking injector after all.

Replaced injector, all 4 spark plugs, new oil and filter.

Fingers crossed its running great now so all good in the end!
 

Nick2019

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Hi all, hope you are all well!!

What oil does everyone use?

I've looked on Euro Car Parts and they are saying check fitment details and offering 3 grades:
OW30
OW40
5W30

All very confusing....

Someone had recommended I change the oil and filters every 6000 miles. I am happy to do this.

I have heard 'Millers' oil is very good.

Thanks in advance

Nick
 

JamesRyder

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Hi all, hope you are all well!!

What oil does everyone use?

I've looked on Euro Car Parts and they are saying check fitment details and offering 3 grades:
OW30
OW40
5W30

All very confusing....

Someone had recommended I change the oil and filters every 6000 miles. I am happy to do this.

I have heard 'Millers' oil is very good.

Thanks in advance

Nick
I had the same headache when I bought mine. I use Shell Helix HX8 ECT 5w-30 Fully Synthetic, as that's what Audi use in their servicing now, and that's what they recommend. I get it from Opie Oils, as they're generally the cheapest (unless you can get a deal elsewhere). You should be OK with any 5W30 oil that has a specification of VW 504 00 though.

I think if you're changing every 6000 miles then you can also get away with VW 502 00 specification. You can use a variety of viscosities for 502 specification (0W30, 0W40, 5W30, 5W40, 10W30, and 10W40). It should tell you in your handbook as there are two types of servicing - Long Life (504) and Inspection (502, or 504). I used Millers Nanodrive in my BMW and it's a really good oil and very well reviewed (Millers Oils NANODRIVE EE LongLife 5w-30 Full Synthetic). You can get it from Opie Oils via eBay (or go straight to their site).

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Millers-...Synthetic-Engine-Oil-5-Litres-5L/181817365327

Here are the compatible oils from Opie Oils for the A4 B8:
https://www.opieoils.co.uk/f/2354/13301/2011/engine-oil.aspx

Here's some information on the different specifications:
https://www.oilspecifications.org/articles/vw_motor_oil_specifications_explained.php
 
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Nick2019

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I had the same headache when I bought mine. I use Shell Helix HX8 ECT 5w-30 Fully Synthetic, as that's what Audi use in their servicing now, and that's what they recommend. I get it from Opie Oils, as they're generally the cheapest (unless you can get a deal elsewhere). You should be OK with any 5W30 oil that has a specification of VW 504 00 though.

I think if you're changing every 6000 miles then you can also get away with VW 502 00 specification. You can use a variety of viscosities for 502 specification (0W30, 0W40, 5W30, 5W40, 10W30, and 10W40). It should tell you in your handbook as there are two types of servicing - Long Life (504) and Inspection (502, or 504). I used Millers Nanodrive in my BMW and it's a really good oil and very well reviewed (Millers Oils NANODRIVE EE LongLife 5w-30 Full Synthetic). You can get it from Opie Oils via eBay (or go straight to their site).

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Millers-...Synthetic-Engine-Oil-5-Litres-5L/181817365327

Here are the compatible oils from Opie Oils for the A4 B8:
https://www.opieoils.co.uk/f/2354/13301/2011/engine-oil.aspx

Here's some information on the different specifications:
https://www.oilspecifications.org/articles/vw_motor_oil_specifications_explained.php
That's great stuff thanks James, really appreciate your input buddy.

I have been reading the comments on the oil consumption issue. Are there any tell-tale signs that a fix has already taken place?

If not, I think I'm also going to contact Audi and take the test as it definitely doesn't sound good for the engine over time.

Cheers
 

JamesRyder

Registered User
That's great stuff thanks James, really appreciate your input buddy.

I have been reading the comments on the oil consumption issue. Are there any tell-tale signs that a fix has already taken place?

If not, I think I'm also going to contact Audi and take the test as it definitely doesn't sound good for the engine over time.

Cheers
No worries at all. I'm not certain you can easily tell if a fix has been done as I think it's internal work. I mean, if it's not using much oil at all then that could indicate its had a fix. Audi should have a record of the work if it's been done by an Audi garage. They're really helpful if you contact HQ. I called them about the first Dynamik I looked at to ask them if it had had the fix, but they said they don't have any record of it. That's not to say it's not been done by an Indy garage though, but most people have gone through Audi, for obvious reasons. I think Nottingham Audi quoted me 85 for the test, and you get a free car wash too. Obviously they don't want their cars looking dirty, so make sure you take your car to Audi if it's ready for a wash.

I decided not to go for it and just keep an eye on the MMI. I'm sure you've read loads about it already, as I did at the start, but the MMI shows one litre. When it's topped up, you can see how many miles you get out of half a litre. It's not the most accurate reader but it gives you an idea if you're burning a lot of oil. Mine is using just within the accepted level at the moment. I did get Audi to check my MMI to make sure it's working OK, after buying a dipstick for the wrong model. One dipstick to another. Anyway, it was a free check, and perfect timing for a free car wash too. But if you want peace of mind, 85 isn't too bad I guess. I'd give Audi a quick call though to see if they have a record of it, or you can contact them through their site. I've stopped worrying about it now and I'll just deal with it if the problem arises. The anxiety from spending hours reading up on it was becoming too much to bear :)

There might be someone else with more experience that can chime in thoug.
 

Nick2019

Registered User
No worries at all. I'm not certain you can easily tell if a fix has been done as I think it's internal work. I mean, if it's not using much oil at all then that could indicate its had a fix. Audi should have a record of the work if it's been done by an Audi garage. They're really helpful if you contact HQ. I called them about the first Dynamik I looked at to ask them if it had had the fix, but they said they don't have any record of it. That's not to say it's not been done by an Indy garage though, but most people have gone through Audi, for obvious reasons. I think Nottingham Audi quoted me 85 for the test, and you get a free car wash too. Obviously they don't want their cars looking dirty, so make sure you take your car to Audi if it's ready for a wash.

I decided not to go for it and just keep an eye on the MMI. I'm sure you've read loads about it already, as I did at the start, but the MMI shows one litre. When it's topped up, you can see how many miles you get out of half a litre. It's not the most accurate reader but it gives you an idea if you're burning a lot of oil. Mine is using just within the accepted level at the moment. I did get Audi to check my MMI to make sure it's working OK, after buying a dipstick for the wrong model. One dipstick to another. Anyway, it was a free check, and perfect timing for a free car wash too. But if you want peace of mind, 85 isn't too bad I guess. I'd give Audi a quick call though to see if they have a record of it, or you can contact them through their site. I've stopped worrying about it now and I'll just deal with it if the problem arises. The anxiety from spending hours reading up on it was becoming too much to bear :)

There might be someone else with more experience that can chime in thoug.
Hi James

Thanks for the reply again, sorry I have only just seen it though.

I contacted Audi HQ and they have been helpful. I have the car booked in for the check on 25th July. They couldn't tell me anything about past work yet as I'm not registered on their system as the new owner - but will get that sorted.

I think it is using too much oil.

The oil was fully topped up approximately 150miles ago and has moved one notch on the MMI already.

Surely that's not normal?

Cheers
 

JamesRyder

Registered User
Hi James

Thanks for the reply again, sorry I have only just seen it though.

I contacted Audi HQ and they have been helpful. I have the car booked in for the check on 25th July. They couldn't tell me anything about past work yet as I'm not registered on their system as the new owner - but will get that sorted.

I think it is using too much oil.

The oil was fully topped up approximately 150miles ago and has moved one notch on the MMI already.

Surely that's not normal?

Cheers
Hi Nick,

Sorry for the delay in replying. I've been overseas with work. Good luck with getting Audi to assign you as the new owner. I was told by Audi HQ that the dealer had to do it. On both occasions when I've asked the dealer to do it, they couldn't work out how to do it. Hopefully you have better luck.

So the factory oil consumption tolerance from Audi is half a litre of oil per 1000KM (~621 miles). I'm not sure what a notch equates to, but it does sound like you're consuming a fair bit of oil. It may well be within tolerance though, as these engines are thirsty beasts. You might have a better idea when your MMI is at the half-way mark. If you've not managed to do 620 miles before it hits that mark, then a fix might be required. Sometimes the MMI can go up and down I've found, so make sure you check it under the proper conditions (as described in the manual). Basically, make sure you're on a flat surface, then turn the engine off after it's been warmed up (10 minute drive should do it). Turn the ignition back on (but not the engine), and then wait at least 2 mins before doing the MMI oil check.
 

Nick2019

Registered User
Hi Nick,

Sorry for the delay in replying. I've been overseas with work. Good luck with getting Audi to assign you as the new owner. I was told by Audi HQ that the dealer had to do it. On both occasions when I've asked the dealer to do it, they couldn't work out how to do it. Hopefully you have better luck.

So the factory oil consumption tolerance from Audi is half a litre of oil per 1000KM (~621 miles). I'm not sure what a notch equates to, but it does sound like you're consuming a fair bit of oil. It may well be within tolerance though, as these engines are thirsty beasts. You might have a better idea when your MMI is at the half-way mark. If you've not managed to do 620 miles before it hits that mark, then a fix might be required. Sometimes the MMI can go up and down I've found, so make sure you check it under the proper conditions (as described in the manual). Basically, make sure you're on a flat surface, then turn the engine off after it's been warmed up (10 minute drive should do it). Turn the ignition back on (but not the engine), and then wait at least 2 mins before doing the MMI oil check.

No worries James.

They have been reasonably amiable so far so I'll see how they are when I visit them at the dealership.

Funnily enough, since I posted last, the oil level on the MMI hasn't moved actually. Still going to have it checked out though for piece of mind.

I have been scouting fuel additives. The car has been well looked after, now done 84K and I was thinking of giving it a treatment to clear everything out, possibly injector cleaner. Have you used any of these? Recommend any?

Also, an update on the MPG.....
I've just refilled, car had done 320miles and had 55mikes left in the tank... Approximately 30MPG. That is taking it really steady though! What do you manage out of yours?

Good to chat and thanks as always!

Nick
 

JamesRyder

Registered User
Ah, so you may well be OK. As you say though, it doesn't hurt to get it checked out. I'm keeping an eye on my oil level, but it seems OK at the moment. I'll be interested to hear the results of the test, and I'm sure Audi will be amiable, as they like to keep their customers. I think worst-case scenario is that they may ask you for a contribution if the fix is required, so I've read, but that may have been in the early days before the floodgates opened. If it's had its proper servicing, either through Audi or an Audi specialist, then all the better, as it gives them less wiggle room.

I haven't tracked my MPG yet, but I'll make a note to. I guess I'm just happy that I'm not filling up as much as I was with my previous car, which was a 3 litre. I was lucky if I got 26MPG in that one. As for recommending additives, that's well out of my scope of expertise. You're a few levels ahead of me already. You could try posting the question in the general A4 B8 forum, as this thread seems very quiet. People are really helpful in this forum, so I'm sure people will chime in with recommendations. Another thing you might consider is to find a recommended Audi indie garage. I've found a local one that comes recommended, so I plan to take my car to him whenever I need something doing, or when I have a question. There are quite a few that are ex-Audi guys, so they know their stuff, and obviously don't charge ridiculous prices.

Cheers,
James
 

Nick2019

Registered User
Ah, so you may well be OK. As you say though, it doesn't hurt to get it checked out. I'm keeping an eye on my oil level, but it seems OK at the moment. I'll be interested to hear the results of the test, and I'm sure Audi will be amiable, as they like to keep their customers. I think worst-case scenario is that they may ask you for a contribution if the fix is required, so I've read, but that may have been in the early days before the floodgates opened. If it's had its proper servicing, either through Audi or an Audi specialist, then all the better, as it gives them less wiggle room.

I haven't tracked my MPG yet, but I'll make a note to. I guess I'm just happy that I'm not filling up as much as I was with my previous car, which was a 3 litre. I was lucky if I got 26MPG in that one. As for recommending additives, that's well out of my scope of expertise. You're a few levels ahead of me already. You could try posting the question in the general A4 B8 forum, as this thread seems very quiet. People are really helpful in this forum, so I'm sure people will chime in with recommendations. Another thing you might consider is to find a recommended Audi indie garage. I've found a local one that comes recommended, so I plan to take my car to him whenever I need something doing, or when I have a question. There are quite a few that are ex-Audi guys, so they know their stuff, and obviously don't charge ridiculous prices.

Cheers,
James

Hi James (aka The Oracle)

I have been looking for a dipstick to test the engine oil as the MMI may not be overly accurate.

Have you purchased one? If so, where from?

Cheers buddy

Nick
 

JamesRyder

Registered User
Hi James (aka The Oracle)

I have been looking for a dipstick to test the engine oil as the MMI may not be overly accurate.

Have you purchased one? If so, where from?

Cheers buddy

Nick
Hi Nick,

You would think that buying a dipstick for a car is a piece of cake. Not so for some models of Audi, as I'm sure you've realised. Don't make the same mistake that I made with buying one off eBay, regardless of their fitment details. So I asked at the dealership, and the Audi technician said, "No dipstick. Use MMI". I got him to check that my MMI was working correctly, as I was concerned at the amount of oil it was using (compared to previous cars), and he said it's working fine.

Anyway, I think your best bet is to purchase a Sealey dipstick, like so:
amazon.co.uk/Sealey-VS600ED-Engine-Dipstick/dp/B005KKMIPU

Or there's the Laser dipstick:
https://www.lasertools.co.uk/product/4807
Instructions for Laser dipstick:
https://www.lasertools.co.uk/items/PDF/Products/4807_Instructions.pdf

Basically, for the 2.0 TFSI, set the ring adjustor to 39, and the lower scale to 24.

I'm still running on a tank of petrol since my last comment, by the way, but I'll be able to confirm my MPG soon :)
 

JamesRyder

Registered User
No worries James.

They have been reasonably amiable so far so I'll see how they are when I visit them at the dealership.

Funnily enough, since I posted last, the oil level on the MMI hasn't moved actually. Still going to have it checked out though for piece of mind.

I have been scouting fuel additives. The car has been well looked after, now done 84K and I was thinking of giving it a treatment to clear everything out, possibly injector cleaner. Have you used any of these? Recommend any?

Also, an update on the MPG.....
I've just refilled, car had done 320miles and had 55mikes left in the tank... Approximately 30MPG. That is taking it really steady though! What do you manage out of yours?

Good to chat and thanks as always!

Nick
Hi Nick,

So I got around 410 miles out of a full tank. 3/4 of the distance was motorway driving (70-80mph), and the rest was urban travel. I might have accidentally floored it a couple of times on the motorway, but it wasn't sustained (i.e., short bursts). The fuel consumption is pretty much what I expected.

James
 

JamesRyder

Registered User
Hi James

Thanks for the reply again, sorry I have only just seen it though.

I contacted Audi HQ and they have been helpful. I have the car booked in for the check on 25th July. They couldn't tell me anything about past work yet as I'm not registered on their system as the new owner - but will get that sorted.

I think it is using too much oil.

The oil was fully topped up approximately 150miles ago and has moved one notch on the MMI already.

Surely that's not normal?

Cheers
Hi Nick,

How did the oil consumption test go?
 

Nosh

Registered User
Hi guys any recommendations for a cheap downpipe with cat. Running Revo stage 1 with zf sachs clutch/flywheel kit. Thinking of going stage 2.
Don't want to spend too much money.
 

PJBTOV

Registered User
Hi there,

I really like my Dynamik but would like to update it a bit.

Anyone put wheel spacers on theirs, if so what size and any pics would be great?

Also, this time of the year I start missing heated seats, anyone done a retrofit and if so who have you used and costs please?

I also seem to recall seeing a thread which mentioned a bespoke exhaust and remap place in Basingstoke which was very reasonably - any ideas?

Also, any quick shifts done?

Sorry about all the questions, will post some pics when all done, mine is a rare Quartz Gray manual one.

Thanks a lot.
 

Nosh

Registered User
Hi there,

I really like my Dynamik but would like to update it a bit.

Anyone put wheel spacers on theirs, if so what size and any pics would be great?

Also, this time of the year I start missing heated seats, anyone done a retrofit and if so who have you used and costs please?

I also seem to recall seeing a thread which mentioned a bespoke exhaust and remap place in Basingstoke which was very reasonably - any ideas?

Also, any quick shifts done?

Sorry about all the questions, will post some pics when all done, mine is a rare Quartz Gray manual one.

Thanks a lot.
Would the spacers inprove handling?
 

PJBTOV

Registered User
Maybe, but I think it will mainly make the car look a bit better. I had them on my B7 and it had spacers (and various other mods) and it handled way better than standard. I was thinking with the Dynamik already being lower I might get a similar impact.
 

Nosh

Registered User
Maybe, but I think it will mainly make the car look a bit better. I had them on my B7 and it had spacers (and various other mods) and it handled way better than standard. I was thinking with the Dynamik already being lower I might get a similar impact.
Maybe, but I think it will mainly make the car look a bit better. I had them on my B7 and it had spacers (and various other mods) and it handled way better than standard. I was thinking with the Dynamik already being lower I might get a similar impact.
Post some pics and feedback on handling when your done.
 

pronto

Registered User
just a heads up really im trading my dynamik for a tts it has 58500 if any ones interested, I can tell you the dealer who part ex-ed it, but he will be passing it on to someone other dealer . Sorry admins if I flouted the rules hear..im not trying to sell as I've sold .just a heads up
 

Nick2019

Registered User
Hi all

I need to replace 2 ignition coils and spark plugs on my Dynamik.

It's the 2011 2 litre tfsi.

My question is are these easily accessible? The garage wants to charge high labour cost for what I would imagine would be a straight forward job.

Would really appreciate any feedback.

Cheers, Nick
 
Simple enough job, well worth giving it a go yourself if you're comfortable.

. car here is a mk5 golf, but essentially the same as your engine.

Part can be picked up from Eurocarparts and they often have discounts.
 

Nick2019

Registered User
Simple enough job, well worth giving it a go yourself if you're comfortable.

. car here is a mk5 golf, but essentially the same as your engine.

Part can be picked up from Eurocarparts and they often have discounts.
Top man thank you for the info, much obliged. God only knows why they are trying to charge so much labour.
 

Nick2019

Registered User
Hi all

I have my Dynamik up for sale at £8,999 if anyone is interested (see attached pic)

Full service history... As a car lover myself it has been fastidiously maintained and well looked after.

Last MOT and Service on 21/03/2020 - next MOT due on 06/04/2021. Comes with 2 keys.

2.0 Quattro Petrol...87,900miles...S-Tronic 7 speed automatic transmission with paddleshift. Black leather interior.

Growing family forces reluctant sale as need something bigger.

Car is also listed on Autotrader which gives a more comprehensive list of the cars features so please head on over there for more info. Any questions or if you would like to come and view then please get in touch.

Thanks
roversync
 

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