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Old 09-29-2015, 06:41 PM   #1
Chenn
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Drives: Cr 140 TDI mapped etc
Join Date: Sep 2015
Location: Hertfordshire, UK
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(UK) GT TDI slippery slope.

I wanted somewhere to keep a log of progression on my Golf.

Which has stayed standard for a year but after selling my MK2 project and many many thee cars in the past I couldn't handle a standard daily anymore.

The car is a 2.0 GT TDI Cr140 with a stage 1 map and piper cross panel filter
Coilovers
BBS CH-R
Tarox 320mm big brake kit

Due to doing a hell of a lot of miles a year I doubt it'll end up on air and wide wheels sorry to disappoint

Standard for a year

Then some coilovers (need better ones to be honest) buy cheap buy twice and all that
Then it started to snow ball this was only a couple of months ago


Bought some wheels at a show




Then I decided I wanted some bigger brakes in the form of Tarox 6 pots with 2 piece 320x26mm rotors and braided lines


Curbing wasn't me,
I have matching rear discs but they are just standard size and yet to be fitted



There it is, my daily motorway mile muncher.

Next plans are most likely Stage 2 map DPF delete etc
Better front seats and more carbon.
Rolling the front arches

Matt

Last edited by Chenn; 09-29-2015 at 07:05 PM.
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Old 10-16-2015, 02:11 PM   #2
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Drives: Cr 140 TDI mapped etc
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Location: Hertfordshire, UK
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Having some issues with my driveshaft catching the anti roll bar I've got shortened drop links on it at the moment which I was told were essential :/

Could anyone enlighten me as to what they are using? Or are most using standard drop links?


Couple of photos after a 1.20 clean

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