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    1. Junior Member 1998_GTI_VR6's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 03:51 PM #1
      i was just wondering what you guys had for good aftermarket part websites. Im not looking for huge farty mufflers, lambo doors or flappy body kits. Just some nice, reasonably priced websites like http://www.ecstuning.com and http://www.bahnbrenner.com.

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      03-24-2009 03:54 PM #2
      tmtuning.com parts4vw.com 1steuroparts.com oempl.us etc etc

    4. Member improvius's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 04:04 PM #3
      https://www.mjmautohaus.com/ is great. They seem to have the best prices most of the time.

      Modified by improvius at 4:14 PM 3-24-2009
      you go numb in the numb in the teeth trying to chew that much salary

    5. Member Provocyclist's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 04:08 PM #4
      Quote, originally posted by 1998_GTI_VR6 »
      Im not looking for huge farty mufflers, lambo doors or flappy body kits.

      "you know huge mufflers on my VW makes me all farty and bloated!"

      8 Valve SnuggleSquad!

    6. Member Zba's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 04:11 PM #5
      Website kinda blows, but it's a great company to deal with

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      03-24-2009 04:21 PM #6
      Depends on exactly which parts you're looking for. Off the top of my head-
      Techtonics has great customer service and quality stuff, Bildon has some sick stuff and is a bit expensive, same with Eurospec, Black Forest Industries (BFI) has my favorite lower crossmember and are good to deal with, Rapid Parts has a ton of replacement parts and good deals occasionally, and Nothing Leaves Stock (NLS) are good guys and do good fab stuff while selling good product also......


      Modified by nairmac at 1:28 PM 3-24-2009
      If you make something idiot proof, a better idiot will come along.

    8. Member G_RockNYTN's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 04:44 PM #7
      I've always liked http://www.ecstuning.com. They've been good to deal with and have a lot of maintenance related things alongside the performance stuff.

    9. Geriatric Member absoluteczech's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 04:45 PM #8
      ecs has crazy shipping prices

    10. Member Switawi's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 04:53 PM #9
      MJM Autohaus, definitely. Though I may be a bit biased. If I had I window I could see them from here. Thus I find their shipping charges to be quite reasonable.

    11. Member G_RockNYTN's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 04:54 PM #10
      Quote, originally posted by absoluteczech »
      ecs has crazy shipping prices

      I guess being only a couple hundred miles away I didn't really notice. And when I had my TT I actually had it flashed there so I may just be ignorant to that.

    12. Member Barren's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 04:54 PM #11
      http://www.kompressorkanada.ca - started with g60 tuning/rebuilding, but had a wide array of things, chips, exhaust, etc.

    13. 03-24-2009 04:57 PM #12
      Quote, originally posted by Matt-K »
      http://www.neuspeed.com (obviously they have neuspeed stuff like plugs, swaybars, etc….)
      http://www.autolamps-online.com (HID upgrades)
      http://www.abdracing.com/ (products made by ABD, bonrath, wings west, zender, etc…)
      http://www.der-abt.de (a german site that offers the sweetest styling things)
      http://www.amimotorsports.com/ (very good site with reiger, caractere, dietrech, mattig, etc…)
      http://www.autotech.com/ (products like zender, quaife and euro products)
      http://www.awe-tuning.com/ (have GIAC, H&R, brembo, etc….)
      http://www.awesome-gti.co.uk/ (stuff like bonrath, abt, caractere, and more, located in UK)
      http://www.bildon.com/ (all sorts of racing equipment, also have quaifes)
      http://www.colour-tuning.de/ (have all sorts of products, are in Germany though)
      http://www.audituning.com/english/main.asp (a European site and carry products like JE Design)
      http://www.drschrick.de/ (German site, home for Schrick manifolds)
      http://www.dubtechnik.com/ (have nice products for suspension, wheels, and body styling)
      http://www.eiptuning.com/ (have turbo systems, transmissions, intakes and more)
      http://www.electrodyne.cc/ (have many products for everything)
      http://www.europartsinc.com/ (six speed transmissions, 1.8t engine parts)
      http://www.eurosportacc.com/ (have a lot of products but a bit pricey)
      http://www.eurospeed.ca/ (many products like blow-off valves, more stuff)
      http://www.eurosporttuning.com/ (basically only brakes, mostly for Volvos)
      http://www.fknorthamerica.com/ (also have a lot of products for good prices)
      http://www.pgperformance.com/ (have good products and prices, headlights, body styling)
      http://www.freedomdesign.com/ (Kamei, also have their own line of products)
      http://www.futrellautowerks.com/ (they have many products and good prices for everything)
      http://www.hofeleusa.com/ (site for Hofele products, obviously, gives good pics)
      http://www.concert1.ca/ (very good Canadian site, have many products)
      http://www.hpamotorsport.com/ (have turbo kits for VW and brakes)
      http://www.achtuning.com/ (carry ABT, AMS, and many other parts)
      http://www.tracracing.com/ (has many different VW parts, Eibach)
      http://www.importvision.com (not the best looking site but have really good prices)
      http://www.in-pro.de/ (German site for In.Pro headlights and products)
      http://www.schimmelperformance.com/ (they do custom work with intake tubes and other things)
      http://www.jms-fahrzeugteile.de (they have Golf IV parts, not sure if they have anything others)
      http://www.landspeedusa.com/ (have various aftermarket parts)
      http://www.newdimensions.com/ (have many different products, take a look for yourself)
      http://www.ngpracing.com/ (have bonrath, hagus, kamei and other products)
      http://www.o-bars.com/ (have all sorts of suspension swaybars and stress bars)
      http://www.oettinger.com/ (VW styling products)
      http://tuningzubehor.com (have many aftermarket parts for VW and other makes)
      http://www.performance-cafe.com/ (have many products and specials all the time)
      http://www.ptuning.com (have products for VW and other makes)
      http://www.projektzwo.de/ (VW styling products and more, German site)
      http://www.rapidparts.com/ (everyone knows them)
      http://www.rieger-tuning.de/ (VW styling products and more, German site)
      http://www.rmrautosport.com/ (have all types of parts for VW and other makes)
      http://www.hellausa.com/ (VW lighting products and other things)
      http://www.rpi-equipped.com/ (have tons of products and good pricing)
      http://www.srsvw.com/ (have GIAC chips and suspension)
      http://www.caractere-automobile.be (Caractere styling products for VW)
      http://www.estrictlyforeign.com/ (many people don’t like them but they have good products, styling)
      http://swgmotorsport.com/ (UK site and have some pretty sweet products)
      http://www.tmtuning.com/ (really good products and prices for everything)
      https://www.techtonicstuning.com (exhaust systems and more)
      http://www.vagparts.com/ (random parts for VW makes)
      http://www.vf-engineering.com/ (supercharger kits and more)
      http://www.advancedmotorsport.com/ (good prices and products, browse away)
      http://www.europeanspeedsport.com/ (Eibach, Neuspeed, PIAA, Borla, JOM, etc….)
      http://www.evolution-racing.com/ (many performance parts, not only for VW)
      http://www.gmpperformance.com/ (have various VW parts, mostly Mercedes though)
      http://www.hopefungautoparts.com/ (Brembo, Hella, Bosch, and more)
      http://www.momentummotor.com/ (some sweet products, and good prices)
      http://www.pes-tuning.com (all sorts of products, like exhaust, shifter, etc…)
      http://www.supremepowerparts.com/ (group buys a few other things)
      http://www.wrdusa.com/ (VW racing, rally and road racing products)
      http://www.fastaddiction.com (very good product and prices)
      http://www.evoms.com/ (brakes, intakes, superchargers, and more)
      http://www.zender.de/ (German styling company, very nice products)
      http://www.bahnbrenner.com/ (lighting, engine, styling, everything, very good site)
      http://www.parts4vws.com (very popular sites, very good prices and products, have everything)
      http://www.jrswaterworks.net (have to call for products and prices)
      http://www.purems.com/ (all sorts of aftermarket products for VW and others)
      http://www.goapr.com/ (turbo kits for VW, Audi, Porsche and exhausts)
      http://www.ferodoracing.it/ (ferodo racing brake and brake kits)
      http://www.advancedclutch.com (clutch kits for VW and other makes)
      http://www.bonrath.de/ (Bonrath styling site, good pictures)
      http://www.dietrich-tuning.de (Awesome VW styling part, German site)
      http://www.mattig.de/ (Styling and Wheels for VW, German site)
      http://www.42draftdesigns.com (great selection of guages, led's, and machined parts.)
      Volkswagen OEM Parts
      http://www.germanautoparts.com/ (a good place to get OEM parts, pretty good prices)
      http://www.ecstuning.com/ (have OEM parts and wheel spacers)
      http://www.futrellautowerks.com/ (they have many OEM products)
      http://www.gprparts.com/ (have the basic list of OEM parts, a good source)
      http://www.eurocullen.com/ (has euro parts and more, but I am not sure how to order, good pics though)
      http://catalog.thepartsbin.com/ (have most OEM parts for sale)
      http://www.volksparts.com (OEM parts, a selection but not too big)
      http://www.autohausaz.com - (GREAT prices on OEM vw parts)

      Things to Accessorize your VDUB with
      http://www.autotoys.com (amazing prices on everything like alarms, cd players, dvd players, sweet place to hook up your ride with tvs and such)
      http://www.americastire.com (good place to get tires and wheels from)
      http://www.avolkswagenpart.com/ (cool merchandise and stuff)
      http://www.autosportvolkswagenparts.com/ (kind of like the other OEM sites)
      http://www.edgeracing.com/ (have lots of wheels to pick from)
      http://www.europeanplates.com (have some pretty sweet euro license plates)
      http://www.tires-n-parts.com (obviously tires and wheels)
      http://drivergear.vw.com/ (suit yourself up in some gear from VW)
      http://www.eurowerks.net/ (euro license plates)
      http://www.shgraphics.com/ (euro license plates)
      http://www.germanplates.com (euro license plates)
      http://www.licenseplates.tv (great prices on any country/novelty/us plate, produced in florida, and free priority mail shipping in the US)

      If you have more sites that are not listed, post them and I will add them.
      If you find a link that doesnt work just post and I will take it off.

      Modified by Matt-K at 1:13 AM 8-3-2007

      Modified by Clownracer v2 at 4:59 PM 3-24-2009

    14. Junior Member 1998_GTI_VR6's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 05:01 PM #13
      YES! i foudn this website a year ago, then forgot about it. Ive been tearing my hair out trying to remember the name.

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      03-24-2009 05:02 PM #14
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    16. Member improvius's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 05:09 PM #15
      Quote, originally posted by Switawi »
      MJM Autohaus, definitely. Though I may be a bit biased. If I had I window I could see them from here. Thus I find their shipping charges to be quite reasonable.

      I live in NY and I've had free shipping from them on my last few orders.
      you go numb in the numb in the teeth trying to chew that much salary

    17. Member Brimjolt's Avatar
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      03-24-2009 05:31 PM #16
      Bildons sick.
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      Power sliding is not worth it, I realized I was addicted and have taken up a much healthier safer hobby called high school girls


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