H&R makes some great suspension products, and your going to really like them!!
I went for a spirited drive at lunch today, I got a call from my DAD out of the blue yelling at me to slow down ..(... yell yell yell, pause .. yell slow down yell click.. ) I didn't even see him pass by. oops.
that euro cup holder will be my next interior mod. looks great.
I have the Neuspeed springs sitting in my garage. Got them from a friend of mine but never got around to getting them installed. I also have to get the intake from him and that needs to get installed. But if the ups tracking doesn't fail I should have some goodies coming in tomorrow!
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I'm a huge fan of my H&R Springs, and to compare I had Bilstein PSS9's on my MKV GTI. Perfect height for an aggressive look without much worry. I won't be doing coil-overs since I'm so happy with the look of my car and ride. Progressive springs ftw.
Today, installed an MFD2 Nav that I've had for many months.
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2. Ruff edges around holes so epoxy has something to bond to.
3. I placed electrical tape behind the holes. I'm sure you could use other types of tape.
4. Mix epoxy on some type of hard surface and mix quick.( Turns to goo real fast)
5. Scrape goo in holes. I suggest you don't fill all the way to the top. This way, you can place some sanding puddy/bondo over. This is also easier to sand than the hardened glue. I now have to scrape/cut some of the glue to place the puddy in for sanding.
6. Let cure over night.
8. Sand down till smooth.
9. Tape off what you want plasti-dipped/painted.