Quote, originally posted by brainjerauld » did a little spray painting on the interior.......
this cant be good
backed up out of garage
once warm 3 or 5 redline shifts lovin the sidepipe and airboxmods
few 3 wheelin' corners and put in the garage at work
install new strut tops and EBC red pads
figure out why it wont idle when cold and why my batt. and OXS lights are on intermittently even though I just changed the volt. reg...
probably should wash it soon
I replaced the fan switch, Timing Belt, timing belt tensioner, all other belts, upper and lower radiator hoses, cap and rotor, and replaces the gatbage Autolite spark plugs with Bosch Platinums.
For Sale: Genuine German / Euro Plates. I have a line on them straight from Germany.
drove to work, lovin that digifast2 chip. Might work on smoking my front and side turn signals tonight. Otherwise I'm waiting for my MAF to cone adapter and strut bar
Looked for another one (beater), so mine can go under the knife for a swap, paint and body work.
Got my new (old) pedal cluster from UPS today. Cleaned it up and am looking it over for places to put some reinforcement welds. I don't want to have to do this again!
Modified by Front9 at 12:18 PM 8-3-2005
looked at it on the internet to see what the dumb kid i sold it to has done to it.. as if blowing the tranny wasnt bad enough.. im so dumb for selling that car... but im getting another gti for a d/d maybe
1992 black 8v. with alot of miles, from the original owner. its got 8year old H&R's and bilsteins, and a new TT exhaust... gotta keep the miles off the S4.
Take a second and thank a Veteran.
Today I fixed my bilstein rear shock that popped it's circlip. Then I took it for a test drive, and realized the other side has to be done now as well. Because I had those special washers that go over the circlip, but for some reason I put them below the circlips so that they didn't work right.
It works now, just feels right, where the other side doesn't and I can feel a lack of balance in the rear slightly especially at speed.
Cause one has the spring seat on the washer the other does not. The one has the lower spring seat on, and the other is missing it..hehe, the one was torqued right, the other was not. hehehe....oh well...
I gotta think do I wanna do this repair today or tomorrow..I think tomorrow. Cause it drives well enuff for the moment, and I'm just tired of doing work on my car today.
Modified by sabatosh at 2:33 PM 8-3-2005
Quote, originally posted by omega02379 » Sat there again Waiting for my father with the torque wrench , he said he would be back in 15 minutes ? That was like 5 days ago I think I will just go buy my own !