Type: Posts; User: onurB
For what I see ( I wear huge goggles, just so you know my sight isn't that good) and not mentionned...
^^And what is that front lower lip/splitter?
Or flaps, as in F.L.A.P.S., meebe?
OP: pop the hood, look at your engine and take note of the type of it ( TDI, TSI, TSFI, TWTFSI, TNSFWI...) and go post your question in the according technical...
Umh, smoking bacon? I never thought of that before.
Got to try it someday.
Nice pics, awaiting for more.
^^ thanks, professor Fred. :beer:
Apparently, you're correct. Mesured, 38/33 mm...:thumbdown:
On the hunt for another head.:(
I'm disapointed because it was the car's original carb'd head.
I could throw it to you if you want...
Out of context, this could sound a little, hum, strange?:laugh:
Hell, me too!
However, pendant ce temps, in the meantime...
I grab the bull by its horns this week. (If that expression ever existed in english...)
Some head work to come......
Since it's allowed, I'll play too.
My *NON-SCIROCCO* favorite: Whoa, what's that cutie (I mean, the car...)?
Jeez, I feel lucky when I have a chance to look at her these days...:(
There was this guy here on this forum (I don't remember his S/N) that has an RHD carb'd auto '82 or 83.
Not mine nor someone i know, but seems to be a clean example of a Slegato...
Dad's '75, bought new in...'75.
The pic is in 1976, Qc, Can.
How did you routed it?
«Testarocco» says it all...
A scirocco appraisal aired on a local tv show. Jump to 8:00.
For those of you who doesn't get what's all...
I didn't knew that.
Here is an '81 S2:
Can be seen here in French.
EV... Good idea full of honest intentions,but...
Not fuelling your car with oil, but instead fuelling power plant with oil to put electricity in your car.
Any economics/environemental advantage...