Type: Posts; User: EpicVW
Awesome, thanks for the tip! I know the buttons are working, but haven't tried the paddles. I'll give those a shot on my way home from work. :thumbup:
Airbag fault...grr. Need to get a hold of vag-com to figure it out.
I managed to do it without taking the entire door panel off. You have to undo the screws at the bottom and then pop the panel off. If you have small hands, you can kind of reach up and pull them...
Yes. You need this though: http://www.polarteam.net/en/65-polar-fis-advanced.html
I got a set of 18z calipers off of a Cayenne Turbo. Stripped them, painted them. Custom rotor hats, custom 350mm front/330mm rear rotors. Dodge viper parking brake calipers. Custom brackets for...
I heavily researched this before I decided to go with a custom 18z solution.
Basically you need different brake lines, and typically a spacer unless you have aftermarket wheels that are BBK...
I made my own. ~$75 if that. Works fantastic: http://www.golfmk5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=123258
Couple track days, drive the car pretty hard regularly. No issues.
Well, they suck. We appreciate it though! I'm sure you have better things to do than give free advice on the internet to "strangers". :P
But yea, I'm sure we all appreciate the help you give. ...
Same. Did a stud conversion on mine and have had zero issues. Just make sure you have the proper seats for the rims you are using, and that they are properly torqued.
Still don't get why it's called McLaren San Francisco when it's in the middle of Palo Alto. :confused:
Nice GTI! Are those old-school TSW's on the 80 quattro?
What brand is it?
This. You won't have to deal with it for another 2 years.
Was a pain, but mine is fairly low, so there is that.
Basically went like this:
- Jacked up from the rear pinch high enough to put a small jackstand under the front pinch.
- Jacked it up from...
Did it in my garage. Had "SUV" jack stands which made it a bit easier.
I'm pretty sure it's NLA. I looked for it forever, and couldn't find it.