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  1. Acknowledging other Audis 
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    A cheery wave, a flash of the lights, an enthusiastic tootle on the horn or a smug little smirk shared between discerning people of class and style?

    We keep a Very pistol and a handful of cartridges in the glove box for exactly this reason. Firing a maroon out of the sunroof whenever we see another Audi is immensely satisfying.

    Actually, that isn't quite true because we don't have a sunroof, as we found to our cost the first time we tried it.

    We had to stop and wind the windows down because the flare filled the car with smoke and we couldn't see where we were going. Our eyes streamed, and the damned thing nearly set my wife's slippers alight. We were both coughing for days afterwards, and every time either of us blew our nose the hanky was full of purple bogies.

    And boy is that pistol loud in a confined space.

    Mrs P's ears are still ringing.

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    Must cost you a fortune in flares.
    MK6 Golf SE 1.6TDI 105bhp winter pack ,sunroof , full size alloy spare wheel, flat tyre indicator
    Skoda Octavia II SE 1.9PD TDI
    VW 1302LS Beetle Karmann Cabriolet 1971 1584cc
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phutters View Post
    A cheery wave, a flash of the lights, an enthusiastic tootle on the horn or a smug little smirk shared between discerning people of class and style?

    We keep a Very pistol and a handful of cartridges in the glove box for exactly this reason. Firing a maroon out of the sunroof whenever we see another Audi is immensely satisfying.

    Actually, that isn't quite true because we don't have a sunroof, as we found to our cost the first time we tried it.

    We had to stop and wind the windows down because the flare filled the car with smoke and we couldn't see where we were going. Our eyes streamed, and the damned thing nearly set my wife's slippers alight. We were both coughing for days afterwards, and every time either of us blew our nose the hanky was full of purple bogies.

    And boy is that pistol loud in a confined space.

    Mrs P's ears are still ringing.

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    Silly boy, the right and proper way (tootling with vigour is frowned on) is to erect a simple semaphore station to the rear of the vehicle, with practice and dexterity a quick acknowledgment can be sent in seconds. For best results keep all load bearing flanges well buttered.
    Quote "My tuner told me after he fitted the box that 0-60 should be around 2.6 seconds! "
     
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    good evening am sorry for replying here irrelevant i want to ask a question in a thread .. am new i need help please and some guidance
     
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    Hi,
    Welcome to the forum. To start a new thread, go to the forum you want to start a thread and at the top of the forum announcements on the left hand side there is a small grey rectangle which says 'New Thread'. Click on this and fill in the details. So if you wanted to go the the Audi A6 C7 forum, you would scroll down and click on Audi,a new page will open, scroll down and click on A6 again a new page will open and scroll down and click on C7. When that page opens, click on the 'New Thread' button.
    Current- S3 Sportback Nav S-tronic, Mythos Black, B & O, Comfort Pack, Lumbar Support, Lunar Silver interior.
    Gone-A6 C7 biturbo saloon, A6 C6 3.0 tdi Quattro saloon, A6 C5 2.8 Q Avant
     
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