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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by Champ View Post
    We've got ~180k on our 2010 - worth doing preemptively or waiting for the code to appear?
    Your call. No harm in waiting, no harm in doing it now.

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    I bought and installed the P2015 bracket right after i bought my TDI. Fits like a glove, installs in 15-20min and is cheap insurance or repair option.
    The Sigma 6 short shifter kit is also a great bolt on from Dieselgeek. I recomend all their parts.
    Pimp'n Dubs and Smack'n Bitches since 1986!

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    im looking at the Audi TT "short shifter" instead of the 6Sigma. Gives 90% of the result for $65 and not $260...
    Go Green with Diesel.

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    I have the same in my mk4. I'm not crazy about the notchiness of the 6sigma.

    Dieselgeek offered a TTX shifter for a while that even outdid the TT shifter on value...$20 IIRC. Not sure why he stopped selling it.

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    Pretty sure Chad at SCI makes some short shifters out of the stock ones.

    The big thing with the sigma 6 is that it replaces the stock rubber bushed cable ends with billet cable ends with spherical pivot balls.
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    Now is where I politely tell you to go fuck yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Champ View Post
    We've got ~180k on our 2010 - worth doing preemptively or waiting for the code to appear?
    Well speak of the devil, just got the P2015 check engine light yesterday at 185k.

    Guess I'll be ordering that fix!

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    Really easy to do. Will take a couple key cycles to clear on its own
    Go Green with Diesel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Champ View Post
    Well speak of the devil, just got the P2015 check engine light yesterday at 185k.

    Guess I'll be ordering that fix!
    Kit came in 2days and installed in 20 minutes. So far so good, CEL is gone so that's a start.

    Quote Originally Posted by sprstu View Post
    Really easy to do. Will take a couple key cycles to clear on its own
    Yup easy pie! Started the car a few times instead of clearing it and you were right it cleared itself.

    Glad I read this thread! Thanks folks.

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