Type: Posts; User: GTijoejoe
MK3 GTi plastic interior parts!!!! Door cards and shheeeeeeett
I have almost an entire plastic interior parts (door cards) for a MK3 GTi
Bench marking, every OEM tries to understand their competition. ;)
Yeah, I agree :P
Seriously someone take this, I doubt you'll find pieces in better condition.
The steering wheel has some slight wear 12 and 9 o'clock postions.
I'm going to see if anyone will...
BAHAHAHAHA that is funny.... although, I would be curious if this dealer gets slapped on the wrist for trying to market it as a type-s....... strange :facepalm:
I have an EXTREMELY CLEAN black GTi interior plastics for sale, out of my 1998 GTi (is been gone for over a year now :()
I have took care of this interior mega careful over the...
Have you driven one?
I have, and 'same', no they are not.
No disrespect but the trans being mounted in the rear alone would give that away they are not the 'same'.
I would note that the '14...
At this time, there is no such thing as a TLX-type S.
However, they do have front, side, and rear bumper extensions as accessories.
I agree, don't even consider an ILX, my accord is a nicer car, especially after the TLX 4-cylinder has been released.
The interior is amazing, if you got a chance to sit in the v6...
Congrats on the latest S4, it really is an overall awesome car and the 335 doesn't even come close to a comparison.
All whom knocking on the manual vs Auto... drive one *enough said*.
The Auto is...
I tried ECO mode in both of my Accords (4cyl vs V6) to see what a difference it really makes.
In my experience with ECO mode on I only net +1 or +2 on average combined.
I even tried it on a 500...
My Accord sport CVT averages 32-36mpg combined.
Just another example.
My Accord V6 coupe 6MT averages 24-27mpg combined
Just to throw that out there :P
Its pretty flat in Ohio
This statement alone shows you have a lot to learn. OEM vs street standards are far and few between.
A highly strung out street modified motor would never pass the internal standard tests of an OEM,...
BUT I NEED IT!!!!!! How else am I going to put a smaller pully on this thing :P
I spoke to a test engineer who worked on this project before it was released... I hear some pretty incredible stuff...
I wouldn't think so the big three have always been open to SEMA and letting ppl in their products, what makes you think that this specific car would be any different than any other Chrysler product?...
this thing is so ridiculous.
Day two after its released..... 800whp Hellcats guaranteed :thumbup:
A&F is on target with everything he has posted in here.
Its very simple why supras are so expensive,
#1 they are rare, they are, super rare to find an original TT- 6spd especially a hard top......
yup, can't tax a sale for $0. You lucked out :thumbup: