yur front mount mount was it specifically for the gli =..havent been able to find it info please and what mods to fit
Your car has the perfect stance IMO. Not too much but a noticeable difference.
Do you think those coils would be too much for stock struts? That is my only hold back. Dont want to spend the money on struts as this is just my daily toy.
Current: 2013 GLI Autobahn FS, 2010 Jetta Wolf RS DSG, 2012 Dodge Ram 3500
Past: 2012 GLI Autobahn TR, 2011 Jetta SE, 2009 Jetta S, 2008 GTI 4dr, 2006 Passat
Since then i added a forge twintake and i am also in the works with 42 draft to get a FULL turbo back for the gli (will be out in a few months after we are done fitting it). I also have talked to the GIAC rep who works with Forge US and he said i can get a "less reserved" tune if i go with them (about 25-30 more whp) so we are in the works to get a stg2+ file that is 93 octane and water/meth comparable. we are looking in the range of safely saying a solid 280-325whp/300-325ftq with the water/meth. i will get some dyno sheets as the progress comes around. i keep changing the build as we modify or adapt things to fit the car and numbers keep changing. sorry for any misrepresentation.
photos from this weekend at the Forge Booth for Waterfest 18
Looks great. I like the new wheels. I actually just spotted them on eBay with tires for 1300 shipped. Quick question: did the amber fogs come as an entire replacement or are they just film overlays? Let me know where you purchased them either way. Thanks ahead of time
So those are euro headlights where you put in projectors yourself, right? I tried the euro headlights from ECS, and they never ended up working. They told me they had a fixed for the bulb put errors, but then just gave up and had me return them. I am getting some bi-xenons from the 2013 mailed to me soon!
2012 GLI TR 6MT
APR ECU / APR DP+AWE Track / Carbonio / FK Konigs
i went on their site and originally got a the projectors and shrouds for $170. then i went to ddmtuning and got a hid kit for cheap..
i couldnt back them open so i gave up, i ran into matt the owner of the retrofit source this year at sowo. he offered to the the retrofit for cost, so depending on the kit you buy and when he retrofits them you would be looking around $800 give or take depending on the quality of shrouds, projectors, painting, and hid kit you get.
but i am happy to say after all of that the lights look great and i was on the "skyline drive" appalachian trail for about 80 miles over the weekend in the middle of the night and avoided a fox, 3 deer, and a black bear due to these lights.. great fun and the lights work great.