Hey turds, If you've seent the other build thread, you'll know I've moved the VoodooSharkzButtzmobile along to a new owner. @Raider subsequently told me, quote, "I have sections here for the next turd." So, allow me to tell you turds what that turd is: That's it. My new turd. Mein turdwagen, if you will (you will). It's a 2016 Audi S3. 40k on the clock, one previous owner. Mega clean inside and out. I'm currently deciphering the options codes I located to figure out exactly what I've got, but it definitely does have the most important option to me, which is the Bang & Olufsen audio package. It's also got the fancy MMI, navigation and park assist. It's on 18s but I don't honestly know if they're base or an upgraded option or what (I think the Black Optics package upgrades to 19s?). I like them decently well, honestly, but I likely will eventually get a summer setup and retire these to winter wheels. Color is called 'Monsoon Gray Metallic' and I am a big fan. The pictures sort of do it dirty and make it look flatter than it is; it's great in person. Planned mod path is simple. It already came with an AWE valveless catback, so that takes care of exhaust side. In a prime example of my extreme strength of self-restraint, I waited all the way until last night, Tuesday (I got home with it just shy of 7pm on Friday night), to order an APR open style intake. @aaronc7 is acting as my VAG Big Brother and hooking me up with an inlet elbow and midsection to complete the intake system. I might also already have a Macchina A0 OBDII device that will allow us to open-source tune this thing. I plan to do an hpfp upgrade so I can run ethanol, and hopefully flex to some degree, and obviously an ecu/tcu tune. That should get me to an incredibly fun, but also comfortable, reliably daily driver; potentially somewhere in the 350-400awhp range (with stock downpipe!). It sounds like an FMIC will probably be required, as well, but that seems like a bear of an install job so I sort of hope to get away without it. Stance could be a tad lower but I'm not bothered enough to want to mess with what it came with -- I quite like how firm and sporty, but simultaneously forgiving and comfortable it is (compared to a Mazda, what isn't?), and it definitely handles better than the Speed, so I'd hate to compromise any of that just for a slightly better aesthetic. That's about it for now. So far, I'm loving everything about it and it's hard to miss the Speed when I'm behind the wheel. Shoutout to @KiwiFlavor and @alexwlwsn for holding it down for The Poors.