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    Obd2 Scanner

    OBD11 or VCDS is your best option by far for general diag for these cars. Not only will they read any engine module, but the 20+ other modules in the car. Plus perform various diag functions etc. I have OBD11, but they changed their model recently to a subscription style, so give VCDS a look IMO.
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    What Mods Should I Do Next???

    CBD gummies
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    APR DTR6054 Direct Turbocharger Replacement System

    Look at any of the decent logs posted....it's just quite laggy, end of story. Laggier than I'd like anyways, especially for a turbo / tune limited to stock fueling system.
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    Gt2260s issues after install

    The code is for P0036 aka rear O2 sensor unplugged. OBD11 is probably not detecting/displaying it decoded because of the Cobb conROM box code. 20638 P003600 O2 Sensor Heater Contr. Circ.(Bank1(1)Sensor 2) SV_ERR_SYM_LSH_LS_OC_1.20638
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    OBD Stand Alone Multi Gauges

    gotcha, yeah that makes sense. I picked up a Kindle Fire HD8 for $45 on amazon prime day, something like that could also be a good "standalone" "perm install" setup
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    OBD Stand Alone Multi Gauges

    simos tools not working for you? Sounds like what you want, plus a phone or tablet or whatever size device you want.
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    Do our cars have true oil temperature sensors? Calculated vs. measured oil temp?

    It's a good question, I have an Audi, but I notice a difference between what I see on the cluster versus Accessport or similar logging tool. I think the cluster is showing some sort of averaged sensor reading and the accessport/tool is showing a modeled value. I actually looked into my tune...
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    Cobb Accessport?

    Ballpark about 50% more. About 100% if you did 2.0 HPFP and upgraded internals. 2.0 cars target 200bar rail pressure all the way to red line and iirc a stock tune 1.8 starts to taper down to 170 bar by 5000rpm or so. not a huge difference
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    Cobb Accessport?

    Yep... even more baffling to me is how it took them a few years to release Audi A3 and S3 support. Versus a GTI/Golf R, they are literally the exact same ECU, exact same box codes, exact same tune files. The only thing preventing it was a VIN check they put in place. It is very surprising it...
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    Cobb Accessport?

    The 1.8 stuff appears to be on the 002 part number, same as GTI/A3. I still don't know why there's a separate part number for them. Most likely explanation is memory limit issues having it all on one AP firmware.
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    APR DTR6054 Direct Turbocharger Replacement System

    Here's a couple alternative PID lists if you wanna try em out. SI units and U-S-A! versions
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    Flash Back to Stock without Knowing Tuner

    Also, show them this (and the dealer). It appears to be an update for 2015+ Golf R, MT only? It actually says 2017 only but that's also strange. https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2021/MC-10201482-0001.pdf
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    Flash Back to Stock without Knowing Tuner

    @Grave314 did you ever figure this out? Just curious. I randomly stumbled across this box code the other day and this thread. I'm not 100 percent sure if its a USDM or ROW box code, but I'm assuming you don't have a bunch of weird errors on various modules etc?
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    APR DTR6054 Direct Turbocharger Replacement System

    A3 LC is weak sauce in stock form. If they are using OEM dsg LC logic that might explain why it's so bad
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