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    Timing belt kit.

    Which one is recommended by the brain trust?

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    This has been a preferred standard, my mechanic liked all of it. https://www.blauparts.com/audi-rs6-t...-42l-plus.html

    Keep some of these extras in mind. http://audirssix.com/index.php/overview/maintenance
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    Thanks. Early audiworld post hammered a number of these.

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    I've pieced mine together, mostly from FCP

    Basically this: https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/aud...udiv8tbkit-oem

    plus serp belt stuff (belt, rollers, tensioner)

    plus all the seals (valve cover, cams, timing chain, etc.)

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    Great story about FCP euro. Bought a John Cooper Works exhaust for my daughters Mini Cooper s. Got a crazy email that they couldn’t find any way to ship it. So I asked how big was it and would it fit in a Q5. They said probably. So I made plans to go down from RI to CT to get it. Contacted a few minutes later, one of their staff agreed to drive it to my house. He did on a Friday Night so I could have it installed the following morning. That’s customer service.

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    I just got done installing the blauparts + kit. I also got the serpentine belt pulleys and tensioner that weren't in the kit. Top quality stuff. Also got the cam bar and crank locking tools from them. Good service. No issues. Puller I got on Ebay. Wasn't too bad. I used the long bumper bolts for the service position. Glad I didn't spend money on them. Hope this helps.

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    I bought Blauparts, will let you know

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