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Door sills (QUATTRO) Audi TT Mk1 8N

Part number: 410561
Material: Stainless Steel 304 Mirror Finish
39.00 GBP
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Door sills (QUATTRO) Audi TT Mk1 8NDoor sills (QUATTRO) Audi TT Mk1 8NDoor sills (QUATTRO) Audi TT Mk1 8N
39.00 GBP

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Produced: from 1998 to 2006 Body:
  • Coupe
  • Roadster
  • Sport versions:
  • Audi TT quattro Sport - In Europe called Audi TT Club Sport. Engine was improved till 1.8-litre one and weight was reduced of 75 kilos. This allows to speed up to 100 km/h in 5.9 seconds. Model has an electronically limited top speed of 250 kilometres per hour (155.3 mph).
  • Facelifts:
  • In 1999 both Coupé and Roadster models were improved in order to increase predictability of the car's handling at very high speeds. What is more Audi's Electronic Stability Programme and rear spoiler were introduced.
  • Notes: Known also as Typ 8N is a two-door sport car produced in Germany. Internal mounted combustion engine was used with both front-wheel drive and 'quattro' on-demand four-wheel drive. Originally 1.8-litre inline four-cylinder 20-valve was used. A few high-speed accidents were reported as the TT allows to speed up to 180 kilometers per hour (110 mph).
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