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bhtooefr August 4th, 2015 03:45

TDIFest event badge.

VeeDubTDI August 4th, 2015 05:05

All attendees must register for the event. This process for this is explained in the first post of the "registration is LIVE" thread (sticky in this forum).

john.jackson9213 August 4th, 2015 05:38

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Originally Posted by VeeDubTDI (Post 4856870)
All attendees must register for the event. This process for this is explained in the first post of the "registration is LIVE" thread (sticky in this forum).

Think it is fair to say it boils down to making a $60 contribution to support the TDIClub for the whole year.

tomo366 August 4th, 2015 07:59

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Originally Posted by john.jackson9213 (Post 4856885)
Think it is fair to say it boils down to making a $60 contribution to support the TDIClub for the whole year.

Not bad! since for the last 18+ years no contribution was required and there is no Advertising.......;)

1854sailor August 4th, 2015 08:14

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Originally Posted by tomo366 (Post 4856998)
Not bad! since for the last 18+ years no contribution was required and there is no Advertising.......;)

^^This… I've probably saved several thousand dollars over the years doing my own repairs using the FREE information and advice that I have found on this website.

YukonLT August 4th, 2015 08:28

My bad, I quickly skimmed through the requirements.

1854sailor August 4th, 2015 08:36

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Originally Posted by YukonLT (Post 4857016)
My bad, I quickly skimmed through the requirements.

You're welcome to come up! As Lug_Nut said, outdoor activities are open to the public, but if you want to attend any of the tech sessions, you will need to register. Hope to see you there!

BuzzKen August 4th, 2015 20:42

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Originally Posted by n1das (Post 4856602)
Excellent! Looking forward to this! :)

The 535d so far has been absolutely flawless and a hoot to drive. :cool: Still planning to bring it to TDIfest2015. :cool:

Sadly my 2012 X5 35d is currently at Tulley BMW in Nashua NH getting looked at to diagnose a Check Engine Light or SES (Service Engine Soon in BMW-speak), multiple codes thrown and way down in power due to limp mode from throwing the codes. Reduced power in limp mode is such that it can't maintain highway speed and almost can't climb the hill in my neighborhood. Car was running excellent and power and MPGs were all where they should be prior to this happening over the weekend and gave no prior warning. Car currently has 95k miles on it, bought used (CPO deal) at 52k miles. This is the first time it has ever thrown a code or misbehaved at all. :(

Fortunately the X5 35d is still under CPO warranty. What eventually comes of this will determine whether I decide to keep it past warranty if the root cause turns out to be a recurring issue. :(


My money is on egr valve, but it will be emission related I'm sure. I wouldn't know of such issues on my X5D.............

BuzzKen August 4th, 2015 20:45

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Originally Posted by n1das (Post 4856611)
LOL, it already has plenty of Weapons grade TORQUE in bone stock form! :cool:


In stock form, it had nothing on my ex-'01 Golf tdi. I wasn't sure whether to be disappointed in the 335 or happy that the Golf is that quick. Lols.

BuzzKen August 4th, 2015 20:45

Sorry for the thread hiijack!!

BuzzKen August 4th, 2015 20:45

Sorry for the thread hiijack!!

n1das August 4th, 2015 21:54

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Originally Posted by BuzzKen (Post 4857624)
My money is on egr valve, but it will be emission related I'm sure. I wouldn't know of such issues on my X5D.............

Well now I'm on the fence on which car to bring to TDIfest2015. I got the X5 35d back today, all fixed under CPO warranty. Turned out to be a failed MAF, EGT, and boost pressure sensors. Car runs BETTER than it ever has before and mileage and power are improved. I'm not sure which car to bring to TDIfest2015 because both are such a hoot to drive. :cool:

Anyhow Lisa and I are all registered for TDIfest2015 and lodging is booked. Looking forward to meeting you there! :)

n1das August 7th, 2015 09:49

I decided I'm going to bring the X5 35d to TDIfest this year since I brought the 535d there in 2013. I also want a ride in BuzzKen's modded 335d. :cool:

Anybody planning to bring a T'Reg V6 or V10 TDI or Audi Q7 TDI to TDIfest this year?

BuzzKen August 7th, 2015 10:00

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Originally Posted by n1das (Post 4859408)
I decided I'm going to bring the X5 35d to TDIfest this year since I brought the 535d there in 2013. I also want a ride in BuzzKen's modded 335d. :cool:
Anybody planning to bring a T'Reg V6 or V10 TDI or Audi Q7 TDI to TDIfest this year?


I can't bring ALL my toys.........

1854sailor August 7th, 2015 10:24

I think that VeeDubTDI is bringing the V10 T'reg.


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