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A3 - S3 - RS 3 - TT - TTS - TT RS / Re: Hill hold for Mk5 Golf
« Last post by dummer on October 20, 2018, 05:00:23 pm »
No, It's possible to have an MK60 with hill hold. SOME of them are capable.

  • find a compatible MK60 ABS module
  • Install 4-motion/hill-hold G251 sensor
  • Code ABS to car
  • perform basic settings/adaptations, possibly system function test

How do I identify the MK60 is capable or not?
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2015 S4 wagon at Azaks cars in Auckland.  It's white but with nardo grey wrap.

I can see intake is a CTS unit, tailpipes and limited exhaust I can see look factory.  Supercharger pulley not stock, it's not black and has 4 bolts holding it on. 

Anyone know previous owner/s?  or what's been changed from factory spec?

Must have been remapped by someone with the aftermarket pulley there, just want to know exactly what's been done to it.

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80 - 90 - Coupe - quattro - S2 - RS 2 / Re: Build thread - Rob's Audi UR Quattro
« Last post by RobClubley on October 20, 2018, 02:13:16 pm »
Haha that is brilliant. I agree the 18s are a bit too big, but I love them so much!
I'd like the same wheels in 17". There is a set of 16" 5-spokes for sale on one of the Facebook groups too.
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A3 - S3 - RS 3 - TT - TTS - TT RS / Re: Hill hold for Mk5 Golf
« Last post by the phantom on October 19, 2018, 08:58:00 pm »

Planning to give it to my parents but they are used to the Merc which do not have the problem of rolling back on incline and seems to have forgotten how to do handbrake hill start


using a handbrake is like riding a bicycle, cheaper and simpler just to retrain them  8)
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80 - 90 - Coupe - quattro - S2 - RS 2 / Re: quattro for sale
« Last post by Horch on October 19, 2018, 07:56:33 pm »
Dutton are finding a lot of favour in melbourne, where there is definitely a premium for classics.  Good on them, but how long can the classic car bubble last?

Since 1911 when Dutton was established in Melbourne Iím guessing...
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A3 - S3 - RS 3 - TT - TTS - TT RS / Re: Hill hold for Mk5 Golf
« Last post by Worms on October 19, 2018, 04:12:41 pm »
No, It's possible to have an MK60 with hill hold. SOME of them are capable.

  • find a compatible MK60 ABS module
  • Install 4-motion/hill-hold G251 sensor
  • Code ABS to car
  • perform basic settings/adaptations, possibly system function test

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80 - 90 - Coupe - quattro - S2 - RS 2 / Re: Build thread - Rob's Audi UR Quattro
« Last post by McDoof on October 19, 2018, 02:50:42 pm »
I hope those Ronals are busy getting refurbished. The car looks awesome but IMHO the 18s are just too much for the old car.
I know this is for MK1 golfs, but the analogy remains the same  8)
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A3 - S3 - RS 3 - TT - TTS - TT RS / Re: Hill hold for Mk5 Golf
« Last post by dummer on October 19, 2018, 02:08:51 pm »
Some later MK5s are MK60EC1 too.

You need the right duosensor (Check ETKA for your year, but the same sensor was often used on AWD and hill hold equipped FWD cars, stanadard ESP FWD cars used a different sensor) AND a compatible ABS module for a FWD car. Your module probably isn't capable.

Do you mean I still need to try code a MK60EC1 in? :-[
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A4 - S4 - RS 4 - A5 - S5 - RS 5 / Re: A5 2.0ltr 2010 rear brake disc selection
« Last post by dummer on October 19, 2018, 02:03:07 pm »
The front do most of the work anyway
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80 - 90 - Coupe - quattro - S2 - RS 2 / Re: quattro for sale
« Last post by schattenblau on October 19, 2018, 11:20:12 am »
the greedy 80s again ?

that didn't end well.
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