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    Quote Originally Posted by mobilesuit818 View Post
    B8 Window swtiches will bolt on with little modification to the window lock buttons.

    Tiguan Rear LED's license plate lights will bolt on to b6/b7 with no errors
    little mod which means put the B6 style lock button back to the B8 switch ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pothole View Post
    Is there a thread somewhere with what the modification is?
    I remember seeing one somewhere but its really easy. You just have to sand down the sides of the window lock button on the b8 switch to have less dominant corners like the B6 so that it can fit in the plastic door plate. It has the same connectors and everything.
    The B8 Switches are super nice and it has chrome. I ended up chroming everything out in my interior to match, even down to the other window switches.

    You can easily buy the whole window switch kit for cheap on ebay....

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    B8 front seats will retrofit into a B6. Doesn't matter if they're base, S-Line, or S seats, they all bolt in. You'll need to swap seat harnesses and heated seat fuses for a 30 amp fuse. I'm in the midst of depinning and repinning the harnesses for a B8 S4 to B6 Cabrio seat swap.

    Having said that, I wish I had a set of terminal removal tools.


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    Quote Originally Posted by james12lucy View Post

    Having said that, I wish I had a set of terminal removal tools.


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    I just built some.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mobilesuit818 View Post
    I remember seeing one somewhere but its really easy. You just have to sand down the sides of the window lock button on the b8 switch to have less dominant corners like the B6 so that it can fit in the plastic door plate. It has the same connectors and everything.
    The B8 Switches are super nice and it has chrome. I ended up chroming everything out in my interior to match, even down to the other window switches.

    You can easily buy the whole window switch kit for cheap on ebay....
    I was looking at that, B8 complete sets are cheaper than B6/B7 singles.
    Please Drive Right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luxus Panzer View Post
    I just built some.


    https://youtu.be/bbW9Yc36RPE
    Wanna lend them out for a week?


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    Quote Originally Posted by james12lucy View Post
    Wanna lend them out for a week?


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    You can build a set for cheaper than the shipping.
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    I don't have time to build them. I'll likely just get a set from my buddy who owns a master mechanic. Then build my own later on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by james12lucy View Post
    I don't have time to build them. I'll likely just get a set from my buddy who owns a master mechanic. Then build my own later on.


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    Right on. Took me about 1/2 hour to build both. Then a few hours to wait for the adhesive I used to secure them to the handles to set.
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    These bulb covers off a B5 slide right into a B6 (pictured)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luxus Panzer View Post
    These bulb covers off a B5 slide right into a B6 (pictured)

    Where are those bulb covers located? In a b5 dome light assembly I'm assuming?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImAudiHeree View Post
    Where are those bulb covers located? In a b5 dome light assembly I'm assuming?
    yup
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    From my limited experience with the b6 the similarities that can be swapped from a b7 (that fits even with some modification) that I have seen so far is, mind you mine is a 05 b6, almost the whole interior, suspension, mounts (snub, motor, trans, rear diff and the carrier for the 3rd member) dsmic, engine crowl cover pieces (ex, battery cover) steering rack, exhaust from down pipe back?, brakes, wheel (I think? 57.1 center bore right?assumption) so that would cover b7rs4, Door blades, coolant reservoir, power steering reservoir looks the same, aero blades, shark fin. Now I know a lot of these were also mentioned and some of my assessments are not confirmed but I am sure it is close enough where minimum modification would be needed.

    I am wondering how close the fuel tank between the late b6 is to the b7 (Quattro) and if they are close enough would you be able to retro fit the fuel pump controller which would also be able to use the rs4 controller. This is the assumption (still researching everything with the b6 haven't made it there yet). It helps with the fueling duty cycle plus runs more efficient and doesn't strain the pump as bad when tuning it.

    I don't know about the trans, if it bolts up but I do know that there is a gearing difference between the two and the b7 is slightly taller. B6-20 mph 2200 rpms 2nd gear, 30 mph 3200 rpms 3rd gear, ect 4th 5th 6th (+/- 100 rpms). Redlines (almost bouncing the needle) 3rd around 90 4th around 115. Those are approximates. B7 1st 10 mph 1000 rpms, 2nd 20 mph 2000 rpms ect 3,4,5,6 gears (+/- 100rpm) redlines 1st 31 2nd 47 3rd 102 4th 128 5th I don't remember if it was 146 or if it was drag limited (base tune) some where just above 155. If so the the 6th gear was drag limited.
    Edit: mph are not gps accurate and was done some where in Mexico.
    What ever makes sense go with the opposite and you got it

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    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showth...l-stuff-Thread


    itsmatt33 said it's also a good idea to install B7 e-brake cables, when doing B7 brakes mod.
    S/RS door card inserts could be leather, vs. our fake.

    Quote Originally Posted by f0reignfeatures View Post
    I'm looking to do swap the sunroof switch to a B7 one as well. There was a thread that says it's an exact fit and get rid of the phantom closing issue for good.
    I heard it's due to the potentiometer metal being bent (worn) from use, that it needs to be taken apart so you can rebend it (spring metal)

    Quote Originally Posted by f0reignfeatures View Post
    I've also ordered some B8 window switches. They should fit properly with some minor adjustment.
    Thought about this. Not sure.
    Also seat switches.

    Quote Originally Posted by deyrag View Post
    Anyone know if the B8 6 speed manual shift knob will fit?
    Supposedly; with the case being that similar-looking knobs from A3 won't entirely as a full assembly because A4 boot (the bottom trim ring too) goes wider than A3 (a tiny car)

    Quote Originally Posted by Luxus Panzer View Post
    All.

    Let's keep the info here clear and concise.

    Example, 2 different posts saying 2 different items (sway bar and DSMIC) are swappable to a B6, however, no mention of where said parts came from (B5, B7 or B8)

    I will clear this up with...
    Swaybars from a B7 will fit a B6
    DSMIC from a B7 will fit a B6 , however, fabrication is needed as well as various pipes and front transfer ducting from the B7
    Always wondered about the DSMIC.

    Supposedly some, if not all '07MY+ B7 S4's got the 22mm RS4 rear bar.

    Quote Originally Posted by tHatOne guY View Post
    B8 prop-shaft fit the B6?

    Part numbers: B8 8K0521101D, B6 8E0521101D
    Not sure. Their transmissions look different

    Quote Originally Posted by Nollywood View Post
    B8 S4 front calipers and discs are a sompletely bolt-on affair, no machining, grinding or drilling required.
    I've heard of this being done. As well as 4-piston Brembo Q5 calipers.

    Quote Originally Posted by mobilesuit818 View Post
    B8 Window swtiches will bolt on with little modification to the window lock buttons.

    Tiguan Rear LED's license plate lights will bolt on to b6/b7 with no errors
    Tiguan? I thought those were from Q7's.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gosser View Post
    B7 exhaust hanger bring up the B6 exhaust.
    8E0 253 144AT
    8E0 253 144AS
    one of my fav mods.
    ok but the whole things are like $130 for both.
    evo_ski says its $8 if you figure out where to buy the bushings by themselves. Rubber donut looking things. Maybe you can cut the old ones off, slide new ones on.

    Quote Originally Posted by mobilesuit818 View Post
    I remember seeing one somewhere but its really easy. You just have to sand down the sides of the window lock button on the b8 switch to have less dominant corners like the B6 so that it can fit in the plastic door plate. It has the same connectors and everything.
    The B8 Switches are super nice and it has chrome. I ended up chroming everything out in my interior to match, even down to the other window switches.

    You can easily buy the whole window switch kit for cheap on ebay....
    I'm weary of eBay window switches. Last set I bought was black "OEM" from China. Looked like some thin paint (enamel, acrylic?) and flimsy so it emitted a cheap click sound whenever I used it. Instead of solid, like original.

    Quote Originally Posted by Luxus Panzer View Post
    I just built some.


    https://youtu.be/bbW9Yc36RPE
    I special ordered one of the main sizes but it was pricey. Even more expensive is the whole kit.
    then found myself needing a smaller one, so I made it from a paper clip. You have to be careful/gentle to use it, and it's not quick, but it works. Not bad for a paperclip.
    Saved the video though, maybe one day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Luxus Panzer View Post
    These bulb covers off a B5 slide right into a B6 (pictured)
    interesting. wonder why Audi discontinued that. Maybe it softens and spreads out the light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike00513 View Post
    one of my fav mods.
    ok but the whole things are like $130 for both.
    evo_ski says its $8 if you figure out where to buy the bushings by themselves. Rubber donut looking things. Maybe you can cut the old ones off, slide new ones on.
    these?

    https://www.autopartsway.ca/partlist.../pagenum1/tabs

    same part is shown for both B6 and B7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luxus Panzer View Post
    Will a stock B7 RNS work in a B6.

    If so what do i need to ensure I remove with the unit? ( Harnesses ect ect)
    Yes it will work you just need to correct aftermarket harness and the GPS antenna (get it from Ebay)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luxus Panzer View Post
    these?

    https://www.autopartsway.ca/partlist.../pagenum1/tabs

    same part is shown for both B6 and B7
    That looks like it, here is the ECS part:
    https://www.ecstuning.com/b-genuine-...t/8e0253144at/
    B7 left and B6 right:

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    B5/B7/B8 parts compatibility with B6.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spike00513 View Post
    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showth...l-stuff-Thread


    itsmatt33 said it's also a good idea to install B7 e-brake cables, when doing B7 brakes mod.
    S/RS door card inserts could be leather, vs. our fake.

    I run B7 A4 rears on my B6 and I use the stock B6 handbrake cable, fits perfectly. S4 rears I dont know but I run them on my B7 with the stock A4 B7 cables. I just took the cable out of one of the rear braket.



    I heard it's due to the potentiometer metal being bent (worn) from use, that it needs to be taken apart so you can rebend it (spring metal)

    A B7 A4 dome light is plug and play. Bending it wont last



    Supposedly; with the case being that similar-looking knobs from A3 won't entirely as a full assembly because A4 boot (the bottom trim ring too) goes wider than A3 (a tiny car)

    A3 shift knob works in a 5 speed, on a 6 speed it will come in contact with the shifter bezel when engaging reverse



    Always wondered about the DSMIC.

    you need to use the B7 crossover

    Supposedly some, if not all '07MY+ B7 S4's got the 22mm RS4 rear bar.

    late 07 and all 08's have a 22mm


    I put in bold the ones I know


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    Would a B6 front hood be compatible with a B5?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Leyva View Post
    Would a B6 front hood be compatible with a B5?
    No.

    In other news, B5 5-speed transmission swaps into a B6 if tail-housing and output stub-shafts are swapped. Typical swap is B5 V6 gearbox into a B6 1.8T (taller gearing).

    B7 Front calipers & rotors swap (both required) into a B6 yielding bigger brakes.
    Brad 2002 Quattro 1.8T w/ 2.8 B5 5-speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPDISXR4Ti View Post
    No.

    In other news, B5 5-speed transmission swaps into a B6 if tail-housing and output stub-shafts are swapped. Typical swap is B5 V6 gearbox into a B6 1.8T (taller gearing).
    Better news is the B7 six speed have come down in price and are a drop in. A quick look on Car-Part.com showed untits for less than $200. You need a six speed 02X drive shaft or a Tiptronic drive shaft. The rear diffs are the same ratio on the 5 speed to the B7 six speed. You also need the shifter from a six speed and the tranny mount bracket. Front CVs are the same.

    Comparing the B5 five speed the B7 six speed, the six speed has a better first gear and a taller final drive. The B7 swap also gets you a stronger, newer design with updated synchros and better overall ratios.

    Overall Ratio Comparison:

    Stock Five Speed- B6 1.8T

    1ST=14.7
    2ND=8.46
    3RD=5.56
    4TH=4.24
    5TH=3.45
    6TH=Sorry you don't have one

    B5 2.8 Ratios:

    1ST=13.6
    2ND=7.56
    3RD=5.06
    4TH=3.66
    5TH=3.07
    6TH=Sorry you still don't have one

    B7 GVE:
    1ST=14.26
    2ND=7.98
    3RD=5.23
    4TH=4.01
    5TH=3.11
    6TH=2.56

    B6 GJW (factory on 2004-05 B6 1.8T): Requires swapping in a 4.11 rear diff. Car-Part.com has the six speed for about $350 used and you need to source a rear diff.

    1ST=15.07
    2ND=8.464
    3RD=5.6
    4TH=4.24
    5TH=3.28
    6TH=2.81
    Last edited by Kevin C; 12-30-2017 at 11:50 AM.
    03 A4 Quattro, 1.8T, 02X six speed conversion/ GJW (4.11 final drive). RS4 RSB, H&R FSB.

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    B5/B7/B8 parts compatibility with B6.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin C View Post
    Better news is the B7 six speed have come down in price and are a drop in. A quick look on Car-Part.com showed untits for less than $200. You need a six speed 02X drive shaft or a Tiptronic drive shaft. The rear diffs are the same ratio on the 5 speed to the B7 six speed. You also need the shifter from a six speed and the tranny mount bracket. Front CVs are the same.

    Comparing the B5 five speed the B7 six speed, the six speed has a better first gear and a taller final drive. The B7 swap also gets you a stronger, newer design with updated synchros and better overall ratios.

    Overall Ratio Comparison:

    Stock Five Speed- B6 1.8T

    1ST=14.7
    2ND=8.46
    3RD=5.56
    4TH=4.24
    5TH=3.45
    6TH=Sorry you don't have one

    B5 2.8 Ratios:

    1ST=13.6
    2ND=7.56
    3RD=5.06
    4TH=3.66
    5TH=3.07
    6TH=Sorry you still don't have one

    B7 GVE:
    1ST=14.26
    2ND=7.98
    3RD=5.23
    4TH=4.01
    5TH=3.11
    6TH=2.56

    B6 GJW (factory on 2004-05 B6 1.8T): Requires swapping in a 4.11 rear diff. Car-Part.com has the six speed for about $350 used and you need to source a rear diff.

    1ST=15.07
    2ND=8.464
    3RD=5.6
    4TH=4.24
    5TH=3.28
    6TH=2.81
    02X is not a bad swap but I still prefer a 01E over a 02X.To add to this thread majority of the parts will swap over as its the same chassis with facelifted front and rear end.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin C View Post
    Better news is the B7 six speed have come down in price and are a drop in.
    B7 GVE:
    1ST=14.26
    2ND=7.98
    3RD=5.23
    4TH=4.01
    5TH=3.11
    6TH=2.56
    Had these been available for reasonable dollars when I did my swap ~4 years ago I might very well have gone this route. Indeed my initial plan had been to go with the GJW, but when I learned that the rear-end and driveshaft would also need to be replaced, I reconsidered my choices. So I still like my 5-speed choice, but should my DWM 5-speed ever need replacement I'd probably opt for the GVE. But damn, not sure I'd use that 2.56 6th gear too often. I'm sure it would be awesome cruising the highways of Utah!
    Brad 2002 Quattro 1.8T w/ 2.8 B5 5-speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPDISXR4Ti View Post
    Had these been available for reasonable dollars when I did my swap ~4 years ago I might very well have gone this route. Indeed my initial plan had been to go with the GJW, but when I learned that the rear-end and driveshaft would also need to be replaced, I reconsidered my choices. So I still like my 5-speed choice, but should my DWM 5-speed ever need replacement I'd probably opt for the GVE. But damn, not sure I'd use that 2.56 6th gear too often. I'm sure it would be awesome cruising the highways of Utah!
    Agreed that the 2.56 6th is pretty tall, based on my experience with the GJW (sixth feels comfortable just above 60 and perfect at 65 with a stock 1.8t) the GVE with a 1.8t would be 65 mph and up. Fifth in the GVE is pretty darn close to fifth in the B5 six speed. What I like about the 02X transmission is that they get you a lower first and triple cone synchros for 1st.

    Also, I wanted to post just how reasonable the prices have become on the B7 02X transmissions. Agreed, pricing was way different when you did your swap. My Preference is the B6 1.8T 02X but a point can be made that it's hard to justify the added cost and effort.

    The O3A seems to have the best synchro design but the ratios are more limited. One thing that some of the 0A3's have (B7 from about 2005.5) is a center differential that has a higher static bias ratio (60/40). That sends 60% of the torque to the back based on gear ratio. That's independent of the torque bias the differential is capable of generating. If I ever do an ultimate 2.7t build I would strongly consider using the 0A3.

    0A3 FVD (B7 S4):

    Final drive ratio: 3.89 (the RS4 version has a final drive of 4.11 and is quite rare. HDL/ JHM).

    1ST=14.27
    2ND=7.97
    3RD=5.69
    4TH=4.4
    5TH=3.57
    6TH=3.03


    The 01E seems to have good ratios and a beefy design. The only gotcha is possible 1st gear problems and a higher likelihood of needing new synchros.

    B5 S4 Ratios (4.11 final drive):

    1ST=14.385
    2ND=7.76
    3RD=5.06
    4TH=3.97
    5TH=3.31
    6TH=2.81
    Last edited by Kevin C; 12-31-2017 at 11:40 AM.
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    The B5 subframe from:

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    Is a direct bolt-in replacement for:

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    Models up to March 2003, with 01E gearbox.
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    B5/B7/B8 parts compatibility with B6.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin C View Post
    Agreed that the 2.56 6th is pretty tall, based on my experience with the GJW (sixth feels comfortable just above 60 and perfect at 65 with a stock 1.8t) the GVE with a 1.8t would be 65 mph and up. Fifth in the GVE is pretty darn close to fifth in the B5 six speed. What I like about the 02X transmission is that they get you a lower first and triple cone synchros for 1st.

    Also, I wanted to post just how reasonable the prices have become on the B7 02X transmissions. Agreed, pricing was way different when you did your swap. My Preference is the B6 1.8T 02X but a point can be made that it's hard to justify the added cost and effort.

    The O3A seems to have the best synchro design but the ratios are more limited. One thing that some of the 0A3's have (B7 from about 2005.5) is a center differential that has a higher static bias ratio (60/40). That sends 60% of the torque to the back based on gear ratio. That's independent of the torque bias the differential is capable of generating. If I ever do an ultimate 2.7t build I would strongly consider using the 0A3.

    0A3 FVD (B7 S4):

    Final drive ratio: 3.89 (the RS4 version has a final drive of 4.11 and is quite rare. HDL/ JHM).

    1ST=14.27
    2ND=7.97
    3RD=5.69
    4TH=4.4
    5TH=3.57
    6TH=3.03


    The 01E seems to have good ratios and a beefy design. The only gotcha is possible 1st gear problems and a higher likelihood of needing new synchros.

    B5 S4 Ratios (4.11 final drive):

    1ST=14.385
    2ND=7.76
    3RD=5.06
    4TH=3.97
    5TH=3.31
    6TH=2.81
    This is why you need to find yourself a 01E that came out of a 2002 b6 A4 3.0

    Your only gonna have problems with first and 2nd gear synchro if some fuckboy abused the car or didn't know how to properly clutch in and out between first and second.When I sold my s4 it had 100k on the clock and never had any issues with the transmission.


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    Incase you wanted to add some bling to your boot, B7 hold down hooks are all chrome baby:

    Hard to tell, but the ones on the left are the B7s.
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    I would like to add that the adapter and windshield sprayers from vw or the new q7 are plug n play.Meaning they have a nice fan disbursement over the windshield and the adjustment is a easy flat head pocket screw driver to adjust the height.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroxS4 View Post
    I would like to add that the adapter and windshield sprayers from vw or the new q7 are plug n play.Meaning they have a nice fan disbursement over the windshield and the adjustment is a easy flat head pocket screw driver to adjust the height.
    What year q7s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroxS4 View Post
    I would like to add that the adapter and windshield sprayers from vw or the new q7 are plug n play.Meaning they have a nice fan disbursement over the windshield and the adjustment is a easy flat head pocket screw driver to adjust the height.
    My stock sprayer for my B6 sprays over the roof haha, interested to see what years are plug and play

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobilesuit818 View Post

    Tiguan Rear LED's license plate lights will bolt on to b6/b7 with no errors
    Anyone have the part number for the LED Tiguan unit ?

    Or any OEM led unit?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SkariestElk5 View Post
    My stock sprayer for my B6 sprays over the roof haha, interested to see what years are plug and play
    The sprayer is part 5M0 955 986. The necessary shim is 8E0 955 431.

    The shims were about $2 each. The sprayer was about $43.

    The electrical connector and tube connector are both at different angles, so you'll need to make some extra slack in both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by egovreau View Post
    The sprayer is part 5M0 955 986. The necessary shim is 8E0 955 431.

    The shims were about $2 each. The sprayer was about $43.

    The electrical connector and tube connector are both at different angles, so you'll need to make some extra slack in both.

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    Thanks for the part numbers and info! I’ll order some and tackle this. Definitely one of the more annoying aspects of my B6

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    get the sprayers at ali express and the adapters at dealer

    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showth...1#post12231033
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luxus Panzer View Post
    get the sprayers at ali express and the adapters at dealer

    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showth...1#post12231033
    I got aftermarket sprayers and they suck.I purchased oem ones and now im happy.there is a left and a right.Most aftermarket manufacturers give you (2)sprayers of one side causing you to stretch the wiring.Fuck that.OEM is the best quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroxS4 View Post
    I got aftermarket sprayers and they suck.I purchased oem ones and now im happy.there is a left and a right.Most aftermarket manufacturers give you (2)sprayers of one side causing you to stretch the wiring.Fuck that.OEM is the best quality.
    The ones I got from China are OEM...just no box ;)

    China loves its "back door" factory sales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkariestElk5 View Post
    Thanks for the part numbers and info! I’ll order some and tackle this. Definitely one of the more annoying aspects of my B6
    Takes maybe 10 minutes. The shim goes on first, clipping on the sheet metal, then the sprayer just clips in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroxS4 View Post
    I got aftermarket sprayers and they suck.I purchased oem ones and now im happy.there is a left and a right.Most aftermarket manufacturers give you (2)sprayers of one side causing you to stretch the wiring.Fuck that.OEM is the best quality.
    if there are left and right sides, there should be different part #'s, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Devo View Post
    if there are left and right sides, there should be different part #'s, no?
    Yes there are 2 different numbers.No such thing as oem from China.Just a cheap Chinese copy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroxS4 View Post
    Yes there are 2 different numbers.No such thing as oem from China.Just a cheap Chinese copy.
    was hoping you could provide them since you bought the OEM nozzles. The part # listed here doesn't indicate a side, and they don't follow the usual odd/even pattern
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