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    If I didn't already have one, I would order: (maybe I should have waited. . . )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Bill View Post
    If I didn't already have one, I would order: (maybe I should have waited. . . )

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    Do it Doc!!! You are also the first person ive ever seen who wants fixed suspension. May I ask why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Bill View Post
    If I didn't already have one, I would order: (maybe I should have waited. . . )

    - Turbo Blue
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPAV8S4U View Post
    Do it Doc!!! You are also the first person ive ever seen who wants fixed suspension. May I ask why?
    I was also curious about this.

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    Based on the cost of maintaining the magnetic system after it's out of warranty, I briefly considered selecting the fixed suspension.
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    I chose it as well...
    https://www.audizine.com/forum/showt...1#post13548345

    There are several reasons. Ease of changing to other suspension options in the future and Audi has had reliability issues with magnetic ride in the past. I've also seen various mentions of spring rates being higher and it possibly being 10 mm lower though nothing concrete. The first two consideration were enough to sway me.

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    I would reconsider the fixed suspension if there were definitive proof it lowers the ride height. As TZilla wrote, there are some people who suggest the fixed suspension lowers the ride height. But, probably twice as many people say they're the same. Since Audi's website doesn't mention a lowered ride height (at least that I can find), I have to assume it's the same for both suspensions.
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    I'm excited to finally have a car that can be comfortable when I want and doesn't require me to enter my driveway at obnoxious angles.
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    If I had to reorder I would definitely get fixed suspension. The magride is the biggest PITA to work around and no one is attempting to hack the software. It's tied into both the ABS and TC which can throw all kinds of codes if it's not handled right. When I was shopping I was told the Dynamic Plus was a huge waste of $5k and right now I feel that was the worst advice I had received during the entire process. Nearly everyone wishes they had in cabin tire pressure monitoring, fancy rear lights and less rotating mass for drag racing. I'm not sure why I didn't go with my instincts and dump this F'n soft arse magride.
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    Damn, Iím rethinking the mag ride now. Having never owned a car with it, I was excited to order it for this car. I was a little worried the maintenance was gonna be more expensive once the car is out of warranty, but didnít think lowering it/swapping to coilovers would become a pain. I wonder if I can change as my order still hasnít even been confirmed yet. Yeah, end of March/beginning of April my ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff_Jeske View Post
    If I had to reorder I would definitely get fixed suspension. The magride is the biggest PITA to work around and no one is attempting to hack the software. It's tied into both the ABS and TC which can throw all kinds of codes if it's not handled right. When I was shopping I was told the Dynamic Plus was a huge waste of $5k and right now I feel that was the worst advice I had received during the entire process. Nearly everyone wishes they had in cabin tire pressure monitoring, fancy rear lights and less rotating mass for drag racing. I'm not sure why I didn't go with my instincts and dump this F'n soft arse magride.
    I'm putting Girodisc rotors on mine next week.
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    I appreciate the offer but I'm purchasing the BBK kit from Essex. My point was for the additional $5k you get a ton of value. Those carbon rotors may not be the best for track days but they will last forever on the street and they are significantly lighter which make them perfect for straight like duty.

    When you start seeing threads about retrofitting OLEDs and TPMS you know there's something of value there. This is all amplified after you spend a little time researching suspension error codes. You'll see that even those with isweep/KW magride dummy loads are still having issues. By the way those work arounds come at a cost of $500.

    I love my TTRS but it is a very sophisticated platform and if you plan to eliminate magride at some point I would say you should spend some time reviewing pros and cons. If you plan on keeping magride and only adding springs then you will likely love the adjustability. MAYBE in the next few years someone will hack the code and it will be a non-issue but there's no way to know forsure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff_Jeske View Post
    I appreciate the offer but I'm purchasing the BBK kit from Essex. My point was for the additional $5k you get a ton of value. Those carbon rotors may not be the best for track days but they will last forever on the street and they are significantly lighter which make them perfect for straight like duty.

    When you start seeing threads about retrofitting OLEDs and TPMS you know there's something of value there. This is all amplified after you spend a little time researching suspension error codes. You'll see that even those with isweep/KW magride dummy loads are still having issues. By the way those work arounds come at a cost of $500.

    I love my TTRS but it is a very sophisticated platform and if you plan to eliminate magride at some point I would say you should spend some time reviewing pros and cons. If you plan on keeping magride and only adding springs then you will likely love the adjustability. MAYBE in the next few years someone will hack the code and it will be a non-issue but there's no way to know forsure.
    Thanks for putting it down like this. Iím now happy with my decision to go with the magride as I would at most want to change the springs in the future. Now I want to research the carbon rotors as that is something Iíd likely do. Was a bit surprised and disappointed that it wasnít an option on the build sheet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall_G View Post
    Based on the cost of maintaining the magnetic system after it's out of warranty, I briefly considered selecting the fixed suspension.
    Im happy with the cost of maintaining my tooth fillings and chiropractor visits and happy to have magride ;) I have no intention to daily drive this thing in stiff mode all day... For those that think fixed is the way to go ....., they really need to drive one for a month daily and see if they think the same.

    Ive had two TTS's and never have I had any maintenance or codes for anything in the car ...... Truth be told, I rarely turn on the magride.....

    For those that think the carbon brakes are the way to go and also somehow you think that the cost of maintenance of them is ok but magride isnt?? Need to wake up a bit and look at what a set of rotors cost for the car... ( I have a buddy who has owned two huracan's and had to replace a set of rotors on both... never tracks the car)..... 10,000 for a shot....

    Ive never looked up what replacing one or two magride struts cost, but ill bet you can buy a few full replacement sets for 10,000.

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    Hahaha! I have both Magnetic Ride and Carbon Ceramic Brakes! Want to cry!

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    I have the TT RS fixed suspension and carbon brakes , truth be told learn to use the carbon right you wouldnít have to stress about it, carbon brakes needs to get warmed up about crazy driving and I have 15000 miles on my car, have problems with suspension I love it, car stays where it supposed too at top speed


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    Quote Originally Posted by mtwallace85 View Post
    Spoke to a different dealer today that passed along some not so great news if it's true. Apparently there's some sort of a hold up with the engines in production so everything is delayed at the moment. Was told probably August delivery now. Again, not sure what's true and what's not at this point.
    I first heard of this last summer when I was looking at TTRS'. I started doing some research on my own and found out about all the new Euro 6 emission standards, the delays it was having across the whole VAG lineup, the existing TTRS delays, and exhaust scrubbers. After that, I went back to the dealer with more info and asked if I was out of line expecting at least 12-16 month wait from July at that point if I wanted a '19 with exclusive color. I was told that would be their estimate as well. From that point, I had the dealer find all the fully loaded '18 TTRS models in the US. There were 2 left, both in Nardo, 1 in LA area and the other at Audi Boise. I contacted Audi Boise since it is closer to me and put down a deposit and about 10 days later I bought the last fully loaded 2018 TTRS in the US since the other had already sold by that time.

    I had every intention of getting a loaded '19 in Suzuka Grey, but I didn't want to wait 18 months for it.

    Quote Originally Posted by JPAV8S4U View Post
    Im happy with the cost of maintaining my tooth fillings and chiropractor visits and happy to have magride ;) I have no intention to daily drive this thing in stiff mode all day... For those that think fixed is the way to go ....., they really need to drive one for a month daily and see if they think the same.

    Ive had two TTS's and never have I had any maintenance or codes for anything in the car ...... Truth be told, I rarely turn on the magride.....

    For those that think the carbon brakes are the way to go and also somehow you think that the cost of maintenance of them is ok but magride isnt?? Need to wake up a bit and look at what a set of rotors cost for the car... ( I have a buddy who has owned two huracan's and had to replace a set of rotors on both... never tracks the car)..... 10,000 for a shot....

    Ive never looked up what replacing one or two magride struts cost, but ill bet you can buy a few full replacement sets for 10,000.
    I have had my TTRS for almost a year now, the fixed sports suspension suits me just fine. It is not bad at all, I have 2 sets of wheels and 3 sets of tires. I have seen that the tire has more to do with how jarring the ride is. The stock P Zeros are rough, Sottozero 3s are rougher and the best which I just put back on a few days ago are the A/S 3+. As for the CCB, mine have squealed twice for about a second each, both times when it snowing, to expected with the cold. I am at just over 5000 miles and I see no wear in the pads or the rotors. They still look brand new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nefkntym View Post
    I first heard of this last summer when I was looking at TTRS'. I started doing some research on my own and found out about all the new Euro 6 emission standards, the delays it was having across the whole VAG lineup, the existing TTRS delays, and exhaust scrubbers. After that, I went back to the dealer with more info and asked if I was out of line expecting at least 12-16 month wait from July at that point if I wanted a '19 with exclusive color. I was told that would be their estimate as well. From that point, I had the dealer find all the fully loaded '18 TTRS models in the US. There were 2 left, both in Nardo, 1 in LA area and the other at Audi Boise. I contacted Audi Boise since it is closer to me and put down a deposit and about 10 days later I bought the last fully loaded 2018 TTRS in the US since the other had already sold by that time.

    I had every intention of getting a loaded '19 in Suzuka Grey, but I didn't want to wait 18 months for it.



    I have had my TTRS for almost a year now, the fixed sports suspension suits me just fine. It is not bad at all, I have 2 sets of wheels and 3 sets of tires. I have seen that the tire has more to do with how jarring the ride is. The stock P Zeros are rough, Sottozero 3s are rougher and the best which I just put back on a few days ago are the A/S 3+. As for the CCB, mine have squealed twice for about a second each, both times when it snowing, to expected with the cold. I am at just over 5000 miles and I see no wear in the pads or the rotors. They still look brand new.
    Great info!

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    Who ordered the 2019 TTRS? Lets see specs!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by nefkntym View Post
    I first heard of this last summer when I was looking at TTRS'. I started doing some research on my own and found out about all the new Euro 6 emission standards, the delays it was having across the whole VAG lineup, the existing TTRS delays, and exhaust scrubbers. After that, I went back to the dealer with more info and asked if I was out of line expecting at least 12-16 month wait from July at that point if I wanted a '19 with exclusive color. I was told that would be their estimate as well. From that point, I had the dealer find all the fully loaded '18 TTRS models in the US. There were 2 left, both in Nardo, 1 in LA area and the other at Audi Boise. I contacted Audi Boise since it is closer to me and put down a deposit and about 10 days later I bought the last fully loaded 2018 TTRS in the US since the other had already sold by that time.

    I had every intention of getting a loaded '19 in Suzuka Grey, but I didn't want to wait 18 months for it.
    Thanks for the info. I just started waiting so I think a little patience will de me well. I searched the country last week and there were only 4 or so CPO cars, 2 of which had a deposit and somebody flying in to buy it. Thereís 1 down in Florida still probably as I havenít received a text warning me of a sale yet, but I think Iím just gonna wait now. Thereís even a beautiful one with a ton of mods on this forum, but a little more miles than Iíd like. The good thing is a late third quarter release would mean itís gonna be a 2020, no? I imagine this will help with resale value if I decide I donít want to keep this car. But I donít see that happening. I imagine Iíll daily this car until the warranty is up and then throw the kitchen sink at it. 9 seconds on stock motor and turbo is pretty crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtwallace85 View Post
    Thanks for the info. I just started waiting so I think a little patience will de me well. I searched the country last week and there were only 4 or so CPO cars, 2 of which had a deposit and somebody flying in to buy it. Thereís 1 down in Florida still probably as I havenít received a text warning me of a sale yet, but I think Iím just gonna wait now. Thereís even a beautiful one with a ton of mods on this forum, but a little more miles than Iíd like. The good thing is a late third quarter release would mean itís gonna be a 2020, no? I imagine this will help with resale value if I decide I donít want to keep this car. But I donít see that happening. I imagine Iíll daily this car until the warranty is up and then throw the kitchen sink at it. 9 seconds on stock motor and turbo is pretty crazy.
    For 9 Seconds I would believe it most be a hybrid turbo. I love this car itís a blast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetoQ5 View Post
    For 9 Seconds I would believe it most be a hybrid turbo. I love this car itís a blast!
    Not from what I hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetoQ5 View Post
    For 9 Seconds I would believe it most be a hybrid turbo. I love this car itís a blast!
    High 9 second time on a hybrid is more doable.

    Quote Originally Posted by mtwallace85 View Post
    Not from what I hear.

    https://youtu.be/wFVt0TpK9lQ


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    Yes, you can run high 9's on a stock turbo but the trade off for him is that his car is completely gutted. Different strokes for different folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nefkntym View Post
    High 9 second time on a hybrid is more doable.



    Yes, you can run high 9's on a stock turbo but the trade off for him is that his car is completely gutted. Different strokes for different folks.
    Didnít know it was gutted, thought just the rear seats, maybe. Stupidly quick, nonetheless. I dropped a TTRS into my car in parts and itís nowhere near low 10s, Iíll tell you that much.

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    With no track use, the carbon ceramic rotors will last the life of the car.
    Not sure why it's no longer an option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Bill View Post
    With no track use, the carbon ceramic rotors will last the life of the car.
    Not sure why it's no longer an option.
    It isnít an option anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetoQ5 View Post
    It isnít an option anymore?
    It appears that way, not looking like an option for the RS3 either. I am so glad that I pulled the trigger when I did.
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    Has anyone heard any more about the 2019? It is allegedly being shown at Geneva, but I haven't been able to find any actual pics of it from the show.

    Hoping that the June delivery time that I was quoted is realistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyB View Post
    Has anyone heard any more about the 2019? It is allegedly being shown at Geneva, but I haven't been able to find any actual pics of it from the show.

    Hoping that the June delivery time that I was quoted is realistic.
    Received a call from my dealership yesterday and told me theyíre about to start being built. If this is true, I think June will be reasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtwallace85 View Post
    Received a call from my dealership yesterday and told me theyíre about to start being built. If this is true, I think June will be reasonable.
    Good news, thanks.

    Seems we should be notified soon our orders will be frozen to changes? Or, maybe not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall_G View Post
    Good news, thanks.

    Seems we should be notified soon our orders will be frozen to changes? Or, maybe not?
    I imagine once they start production, your out of luck for making changes on this build. That being said, if you want to put a new order in and donít mind waiting for the next build, I donít see why that would be a problem. I mean, the deposit is fully refundable.


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    They actually lock your order before it start production. My order was locked in Feb a whole moth before the actual production start which is scheduled in March. Once that happened then yes only way to change it to wait for the next build.

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    Update from my dealer here in DFW area: Order has locked. Looks like a mid April build with delivery before the end of May, so the estimate has shortened slightly. We shall see...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyB View Post
    Update from my dealer here in DFW area: Order has locked. Looks like a mid April build with delivery before the end of May, so the estimate has shortened slightly. We shall see...
    Thatís really quick, congrats!

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    Per vehicle details sheets provided by my salesman today:

    Production Week 1619
    Production Complete 04/27/2019 (ETA)
    Ship Departure 05/21/2019(ETA)
    Domestic Port Arrived 06/26/2019(ETA)

    Two months between production complete and port arrived (San Diego).
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    Hi... I just ordered a TTRS, but am double guessing myself on a couple options. First, I am in Canada, and I think the Technology Package in Canada is different than in the US. Here I think it is just the Radio and Blindspot thing. I also put on 20" tires, but I think i'm going to contact my sales guy and go back to the stock 19" tires and use that $$ toward the Canadian Tech package. My S4 had the Black Optics. It doesn't excite me. My order currently has Nardo Gray, Sport Exhaust, Wireless Charging, 35% tint, 20" rims/tires. I will call the sales guy tomorrow to probably drop the 20" inch tires, and add the Canadian Tech Package. Do I need the sport exhaust, or should I drop that? Im not really a car guy, i just love this car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalch View Post
    Do I need the sport exhaust, or should I drop that? Im not really a car guy, i just love this car.
    Itís Funny, I have the sport exhaust and I love it. The thing is that maybe the sport exhaust is great for car guys... but itís a great OEM sporty thing for the non car guys since itís a sport touch that everyone enjoys since itís a sport car. And paradoxically the hard core car guys will end up buying later on an after market sport turbo back.

    I would love an OEM Audi Akrapovic exhaust... but it isnít available on this side of the pound and also Audi is asking a arm and a leg for their Audi Performance Parts.

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    Spoke to my dealership, Fletcher Jones Chicago, today. Was given the option of trading my build for a car that is going to be in the country in about 4 weeks. Had the same options as mine minus the OLEDs and red stitching instead of blue. I was given an August estimate for my specific build.

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    Wish I bought the TTRS over the RS3, but the kids prevented it.
    I would trade my RS3 for a TTRS, if it were not for a ~20k loss.
    Would 100% do a fixed suspension, and buy Euro OLEDs later.

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