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New UK owner, 09 3.0 TDI

Hi guys, just thought I'd introduce myself as it's the done thing.

Bought myself a phantom black A5 coupe back in August. It's a little older and a little more ragged around the edges than a lot of those I've seen on here, but it's mine and I'm happy with it. Despite the fact the EGR died in the first week, and the high pressure fuel pump tore itself to shreds only a month after that, it's the smoothest and most powerful thing I've personally driven, but as seems to be the other new-guy tradition, I do have a couple questions, and plans.

Current todo plans:
New tyres (Vredestein Ultrac Vortis?).
Dechrome to gloss black.
Refurbish alloys in anthracite.
Full Darkside exhaust, with downpipe.
Darkside remap.
Drop in air filter.
Shiny new brake pads & disks, and painted calipers.

And couple questions...

I think the heated wing mirrors have packed in, can someone point me in the right direction of replacement glass with heating elements?
Can anybody recommend a particular brand of air filter? Pipercross, ITG, K&N, or something else entirely?
After the fuel pump and EGR, are there any other boogymen I should watch out for? Bearing in mind the car is 7 years old now and has covered 110,000 miles.
Is the gearbox really oiled for life? How long is life? (6-speed tiptronic I think they call it)

I'm sure more will come, and some pictures once the car is defrosted if you guys like that kinda thing. Just spent some 6 hours washing, claying, polishing, and waxing the thing.
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Looks nice - are the wheels 19s or 20s?
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20s, need refurbishment though, don't look too close else you'll see all the scratches and dings 😟
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Welcome buddy, nice looking example there! My previous 09 A5 was very similar

Taking my S5 for its service at MK next week so will keep an eye out for you!

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Wasn't the same one was it?? :-P BG09. Who do you go to in MK, I went to VagTech for a couple things and was not impressed with both the work and pricing.

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Not likely, as my old one was a 2.0TFSI!

Going direct to the Audi dealer. Getting its first oil change and presumably I'm getting my trousers pulled down and I'm set for a rather good rogering based on the price I'm paying for it...

I can assure you I will be far far less happy with the work and price I pay...Should take it to a specialist indie really....

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You should add the rs5 style grill to your list too - best 200 I have spent so far

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You should add the rs5 style grill to your list too - best 200 I have spent so far
Hmm I've been thinking about it, but I do quite like the gloss black slotted one that's on there already, I'll have to have another think once the chrome is done.

Edit: Got a half decent shot of the results of about 7 hours work. I think I did alright considering it's the first time I've done anything remotely like 'detailing'.
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Welcome both....darkus, your drive is a disgrace and not worthy of an A5.

And eamonn......you just about get away with it but if you are getting into detailing it should extend to the imprinted concrete....a new topcoat of resin easily applied with a soft broom on a warm day will bring it up like new.... just don't forget the anti slip additive.

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Welcome both....darkus, your drive is a disgrace and not worthy of an A5.

And eamonn......you just about get away with it but if you are getting into detailing it should extend to the imprinted concrete....a new topcoat of resin easily applied with a soft broom on a warm day will bring it up like new.... just don't forget the anti slip additive.
Ah so you're the resident driveway critic The good news is I'm moving in a couple weeks so bye bye to that drive, I'll be sure to submit the new one for inspection.

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It is only one of the free services I offer......

Hope everything goes well with the move, with a bit of luck your new neighbour will share your interest in detailing.....



I have to be careful of images like this........buttons or zips contacting the paintwork, use of sponges on the car, physically climbing on the car.....all big no-no's with the detailing police.....

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The gearbox is "allegedly" a non service item, but I think it changing the oil and filter won't do it any harm. I think you'll find the old oil a rather dark colour and, beware, I think it's about 8 litres or so of automatic transmission oil so don't go in thinking this will be as cheap as a regular engine oil and filter service. I'd say between 80k -100k miles is a good time to have the gearbox oil changed.

Can't help you with the heated mirrors, checked the fuses first before you investigate further? From memory I think the heated mirrors actually "heat" once the ambient temperature drops below a certain threshold so check the manual and make sure it's cold enough for them to turn on. For cheap replacements I'd give a call to breakers or e-bay, otherwise, drop your shorts for a rogering at the dealers.

I got my air filter and carbon box from AWE but of course K&N is a famous supplier of after market performance filters.

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PS: I'd personally leave the alloys in the colour they have atm, with them anthracite against a black dechromed car IMO the wheels will completely disappear in the wheel arches. But whatever floats your boat! Attached my deep sea blue in bright sunshine with AG's "dolphin grey" wheels.
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It is only one of the free services I offer......

Hope everything goes well with the move, with a bit of luck your new neighbour will share your interest in detailing.....
Hmm, she does know you use the sponge on the car and not your face right? Going to be fun having neighbours and a titchy driveway again. Where I am currently it's a lone farm with a huge yard for me to play in. Moving to a town house with a little concrete square out front barely long enough to get the car in. 😟

Is there much I can do to save my paintwork in its current state? I'm afraid the bonnet and front bumper has more chips than your local casino.

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Hmm, she does know you use the sponge on the car and not your face right? Going to be fun having neighbours and a titchy driveway again. Where I am currently it's a lone farm with a huge yard for me to play in. Moving to a town house with a little concrete square out front barely long enough to get the car in. 😟

Is there much I can do to save my paintwork in its current state? I'm afraid the bonnet and front bumper has more chips than your local casino.
Polishing will IMO only get rid of swirls and light scratches. To stay with the casino phrasing... I'm sure you know the house always wins so I'm afraid the chips will stay unless you respray...

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Polishing will IMO only get rid of swirls and light scratches. To stay with the casino phrasing... I'm sure you know the house always wins so I'm afraid the chips will stay unless you respray...

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I thought as much, it's been machine polished recently, so apart from the nastier scratches and chips (and the previous owners attempts at touch ups with the wrong damn colour) the paintwork is pretty decent. Didn't pick a whole lot up during claying.
Definitely going to check the fuses first, much cheaper fix that.
Now you mention the anthracite I can picture it in my head and agree, I just wanted something to reduce the clash between the blaaaaack everything else and the massively shiny rims. Wondering now if a high gloss black would be better or worse. Probably worse. Hmm...
Gonna have to poke around for quotes to change the gearbox and diff oil. Anybody know rough fair prices for these?

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Noooooooooo! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

She can use the sponge on her skin because if it exfoliates it, that's a good thing, apparently, and if she goes too far it will grow back.


Unlike your car's topcoat which can look like it's been polished with a brillo pad if you attack it with a sponge, which will hold onto all the grit...

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Oh whoops, should I be using a noodly hand thingy instead of my 99p sponge?

I pinched a pic off Google of some 'charcoal' grey on black, what do you guys think? I quite like it, never liked things like hyper silver myself. What do you guys think?
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Oh whoops, should I be using a noodly hand thingy instead of my 99p sponge?

I pinched a pic off Google of some 'charcoal' grey on black, what do you guys think? I quite like it, never liked things like hyper silver myself. What do you guys think?
Doesn't look bad, but I always preferred the chrome trim and highlights on a black car to give it some definition. The stealth look is a good look too though. Horses for courses and all that

Here's what I did with my previous A5 DrEskimos Build Thread

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Nice build, definitely going to steal it that gear stick for my todo list. Still not keen on hyper silver on black strangely, just my taste. Don't mind it on the bright blue (sepang?). Starting to wonder if I should have gone for white body..
Bit more googling, found a tasty colour palette thingy of a very similar rim! I'm liking the one below top left the most currently.

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Nice build, definitely going to steal it that gear stick for my todo list. Still not keen on hyper silver on black strangely, just my taste. Don't mind it on the bright blue (sepang?). Starting to wonder if I should have gone for white body..
Bit more googling, found a tasty colour palette thingy of a very similar rim! I'm liking the one below top left the most currently.
Ha...got the matt grey style on my Sepang S5....



What am I like....

Ah yea that looks like black chrome or shadow chrome. Looks lovely that!

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Ha...got the matt grey style on my Sepang S5....



What am I like....
Mmm that's much more to my taste, absolutely love the two tone rotors. I'll swap you for 4 kerbed 7spokes and a packet of rolos ;-)

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Mmm that's much more to my taste, absolutely love the two tone rotors. I'll swap you for 4 kerbed 7spokes and a packet of rolos ;-)
Chuck in a Mars bar and you have a deal....

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Chuck in a Mars bar and you have a deal....
Really love that grill too, is it standard on the newer S5s? I'm guessing black edition, but I'm no expert.

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Really love that grill too, is it standard on the newer S5s? I'm guessing black edition, but I'm no expert.
Yea its part of the Black Edition. As you can see from my other thread, I swapped the grey grill of me A5 with the RS5 style, and had plans to do it with the S5, but I agree, the gloss black standard grill is nice so never bothered.

Not sure they had a black edition on the pre-FL A5...? It's fairly easy to get the front bumper off, so could look at spraying it black yourself?

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Yea its part of the Black Edition. As you can see from my other thread, I swapped the grey grill of me A5 with the RS5 style, and had plans to do it with the S5, but I agree, the gloss black standard grill is nice so never bothered.

Not sure they had a black edition on the pre-FL A5...? It's fairly easy to get the front bumper off, so could look at spraying it black yourself?


Mines already gloss black, but definitely not black edition. Similar grill but yours looks more aggressive, fewer and thicker slats I think.

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Lol, it's not my driveway - in fact I don't even have a driveway...




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Had a five minute fiddle with some nasty software I found on Google to mock up what I'm going for. What do you guys think?

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Mines already gloss black, but definitely not black edition. Similar grill but yours looks more aggressive, fewer and thicker slats I think.
Ah yes, my grill doesn't have the vertical slats quite as prominent as yours. My guess is that it was a design change with the FL model.



Both are fairly similar though...

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