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Audi a3 2.0 litre fsi cylinderhead problem

I have an audi a3 2.0 ltr fsi that had a cylinderhead problem(it broke cambelt,valves bent,rockers broken).what i want to know is that golf 5 2.0 ltr fsi head is it the samaudie as mine?

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Ginorini, get back to me on my email if you still have this broken head. blackedoutaudi@gmail.com thanks alot

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Yes according to the dealer they are the same heads..

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