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    My guess is 2.0T’s paid for his last boat
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    guessing who I might be, psychologizing me with your non existent degree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riander5 View Post
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    Do go on
    Short story short, timing chains and crazy oil consumption. It came up in convo with him about my concerns with the 3.0T, but I didn't continue the 2.0t discussion because I don't have one haha.

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    Reminder to self: Never buy an Audi.

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    I had an 09 Audi. Had bad oil consumption and a faulty tensioner and guides all fixed under the extended engine warranty. It was a POS and I swore never to buy an Audi again. I hear the new 3.0 motors are worse and that any type of major engine work requires them to drop the subframe/engine and separate the motors for transmission. The timing chains are in the back of the motor now lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020 View Post
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    I had an 09 Audi. Had bad oil consumption and a faulty tensioner and guides all fixed under the extended engine warranty. It was a POS and I swore never to buy an Audi again. I hear the new 3.0 motors are worse and that any type of major engine work requires them to drop the subframe/engine and separate the motors for transmission. The timing chains are in the back of the motor now lol.
    The timing chains have been on the back of the motor for 20 years, that’s why the labour cost is so high.

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    My wifes 2.0T 2012 Q5 has been awesome, over 150,000km now, no major issues.
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