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    1. Member
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      Dec 8th, 1999
      Austin, TX
      2002 GTI 337
      08-02-2005 09:47 PM #26
      I had to drill out the stupid hex screws that hold the drivers side seat belt latch to the door. Damn things stripped like butter...
      Now I'm safe again.
      2002 GTI 337
      1992 GTI 2.0 16v

    2. Member MAPLE SYRUP's Avatar
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      Feb 24th, 2003
      16 White Refrigerator , 67 Camaro, 86 GLHS #315
      08-02-2005 09:48 PM #27
      Quote, originally posted by Wanamaker »
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      my ims are being ghey keep saying error... send me an e-mail boost_aholic@hotmail.com
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      Quote Originally Posted by MidnightSpecial View Post
      I'm saying that after 6 hours of angry man on man sex, the MKIV still smelt like an MKIV.

    3. 08-02-2005 09:49 PM #28
      yesterday i put in my new kent 272 cam and my eurotec cam gear that i got from the scrap yard... then today i went back to get a exhaust mani.. performance obviously... and couldnt get it.. so i walked out with a neuspeed front cross brace. and some front clear euro daytime lights.... all in all it was a good day of dubbing....

    4. Member broko's Avatar
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      Mar 17th, 2005
      1990 VR6 jetta 2dr. 1990 2.0 jetta 2dr.
      08-02-2005 09:53 PM #29
      i sanded down most of it. but it started raining and now its all wet . hope to finish sanding by tomorrow.
      edit: I hugged the other one and took it for a spin

      Modified by broko at 6:54 PM 8-2-2005

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      08-02-2005 09:54 PM #30
      Quote, originally posted by broko »
      i sanded down most of it. but it started raining and now its all wet . hope to finish sanding by tomorrow.

      Wet sanding with no bucket. Where's the problem?

    6. Member broko's Avatar
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      Mar 17th, 2005
      1990 VR6 jetta 2dr. 1990 2.0 jetta 2dr.
      08-02-2005 09:55 PM #31
      Quote, originally posted by madd92jetta »
      Wet sanding with no bucket. Where's the problem?
      problem is that now it got all rusty

    7. 08-02-2005 09:58 PM #32

      I swapped out my grill!!!

    8. Member G TownGLi's Avatar
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      May 15th, 2005
      '01 Wagon, '91 GLI (RIP)
      08-02-2005 10:03 PM #33
      I pulled the backseat, used the lug wrench to take out the rear seatbelts (i couldnt get a socket to fit, wrench was perfect) and ripped out a bunch more of the back: because i can. I also bummed around the junkyard for a while, the dub got me there
      edit: *note to self, proofread*

      Modified by G TownGLi at 7:04 PM 8-2-2005

      Modified by G TownGLi at 7:05 PM 8-2-2005

    9. 08-02-2005 10:12 PM #34
      I finally hack jack the 22mm socket to torque the front struts all the way, take it for a spin...... Great.....
      Looked at it... jeez... have so much stuff to do... paint, bumper proper fitting, molding, change side mirrors, get new bucket seats, fix the dash, fix the a/c, swap a xflow on it.........
      Are we ever going to finish?

    10. Member dubsport87's Avatar
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      Oct 2nd, 2003
      Porsche 911
      08-02-2005 10:20 PM #35
      I just sold my subs and amp today, so now I got to clean up my wires, throw in my short shifter, aftermarket pulleys, throw in a headliner, slap on some keskin kt1 rims, and some other crap Im forgetting. Its gonna be a busy weekend.

    11. Member smokedA2's Avatar
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      Mill Creek, WA
      13 Tiguan SEL (Gray), B7 Audi A4 Quattro (Ocean Blue Pearl), 1990 Corrado G60 (White)
      08-02-2005 10:25 PM #36
      changed my alternator belt [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] what a pain in the ass

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      Mar 10th, 2003
      Northern Illinois
      08-02-2005 10:39 PM #37
      On my Younger Brother's Golf, we've been:
      Dual Outlet Exhaust Manifold, Dual Downpipe, TT 2.25" exhaust
      Getting the intake polished
      Have a 270 Cam to go in
      Lightweight lifters
      AMS Chip is on the way (though UPS ****ed up, and switched his shipment w/ a VCR...)
      BUT, we had to take a Hiatus to have my CRX's Crankshaft pulley kick our ass...

    13. Member monoaural's Avatar
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      A rabbit pickup ............__ ______l__\___``````````````` [@_______@_/
      08-02-2005 10:39 PM #38
      Added blue leds to my cluster, atempted to fix odometer, worked for 22 miles.

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      Toluca, MX / Detroit, MI
      1998 Toyota Camry / 2009 Toyota Corolla base
      08-02-2005 10:51 PM #39
      fitted the 20v rail on the new motor.

      some of this...

      a lot of that...

      and everything else.

      but hooray for Digifant 16v.

    15. 08-02-2005 10:56 PM #40
      I tried to find the cheapest place for parts for my swap.
      I looked at germanautoparts.com, bmaparts.com, autotechparts.com.
      Looks like I'm ordering my waterpump from german auto parts.

    16. Member GodSquadMandrake's Avatar
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      Feb 17th, 2004
      Minneapolis, MN
      04 CTS 91 Aristo
      08-02-2005 11:16 PM #41
      Quote, originally posted by Nexus »
      I repaired a tire and my monza exhaust came in the mail today.Im kinda dissapointed in the quality of this product came a little chiped up, paint on resonator looks as if it was placed in the bag while still tacky.The welds do not look profetional.Other than that looks good cant tell whats on the inside.i cant wait to hear how it sounds.......sorry i had to vent to someone about the way i feel about it

      Sorry to hear that. I've heard good things about Monza.
      "It would take a cross-wired star trek replicator, if not an act of God, to make a left-hand-drive Skyline GT-R for the U.S." - Don Schroeder

    17. 08-02-2005 11:32 PM #42
      I washed my car and took my daughter to her first day in kindergarten in it. Got lot's of weird looks from other parents in minivans and suv's.

    18. 08-02-2005 11:34 PM #43
      Made procedures to buy another one, coming in friday!

    19. Member SilberBora02's Avatar
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      Jun 23rd, 2002
      H2Otown, CT
      90 Jetta Coupe, 01 Jetta GLS
      08-02-2005 11:37 PM #44
      I mocked up my phonedials since my adapters just arrived yesterday (BIG [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] to MotorsportTech ) Re-hung my exhaust since the rubber hangers on the muffler snapped. And contemplated whether or not I really want to sell the damn car and start over with the ratcoupe

    20. 08-02-2005 11:38 PM #45
      I just received a brand spanking new 11" brake conversion for it.

    21. 08-02-2005 11:48 PM #46
      Just looked at it, sitting all sad and lonely on the side of my house. It's awaiting completion of it's VR swap. (1 1/2 years and running), gotta get the wiring sorted. (I got a 16 month old boy and an 8 month along pregnant wife, so I don't have much time these days)
      Damn, I want to get it finished.

    22. 08-02-2005 11:52 PM #47
      Fixed my damn cat. converter which fell off the other day and did a DIY smoked tail light job.

    23. 08-03-2005 12:09 AM #48
      Today I polished the lip of my new old 15" X 7" RDs, maybe in a cpuple days I'll paint the center and detail the caps.
      pic before polished

      Last minute:
      I buyed 4 BBS RA wheels, they appear to be from a Helios Jetta and it was a very nice deal. The question is: should I repaint them? they are in excellent shape, but I don't have an Helios...
      they are like this:

    24. Member got_16V's Avatar
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      May 4th, 2005
      Payson, UT
      1999 Jetta TDI RIP, 1992 Jetta GLI 2.0 16V GONE, 2001 Jetta 1.8T WE GONE, 1997 Jetta GT 2.0 8V
      08-03-2005 12:10 AM #49
      Quote, originally posted by 92vr6Jetta »
      I washed my car and took my daughter to her first day in kindergarten in it. Got lot's of weird looks from other parents in minivans and suv's.

      LOL corey your awesome! Its cause your car is the hotness!
      I got my car started after a 3 week water pump change!

    25. 08-03-2005 12:14 AM #50
      Golf:Washed, waxed and buffed it. Added a qt. of oil and checked to make sure all zipties are secure
      Jetta: Fixed the rear wheel cyl., replaced an overly due axle. Fixed my starter
      GTI: Test fitted the motor, stripped the motor down. Had my fabricator redo the combustion bowls, installed the Spec stage 3 kit, Sand blasted the enginebay, installed the new tie rods, balljoints and new rack, bead blasted my 11" G60 calipers in prep for caliper paint, sand blasted my MK4 rear calipers, re routed my guages, did some wire hiding magic , Disassembled my turbo in prep for ceramic coating and some polishing
      VR6: on engine stand: stripped, hot tanked, reamed....basicly rebuilding from the ground up, bead blasted the enitire rack in prep for powdercoat, labeled VR6 harness, stripped and cleaned rear beam. This will be my winter project soon as i find a MK1 to drop it in
      Disclaimer: I forgot a few things as its late and im pooped

      Tomorrow is body work day. hint butter smooth enginebay on the GTI

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