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jay745 08-01-2014 11:14 AM

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Originally Posted by BoostedVW11 (Post 1887556)
so youll be at scs tomorrow right?

if everything goes as planned and I can make it to south bend indiana in time then yes.

BoostedVW11 08-01-2014 11:22 AM

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Originally Posted by jay745 (Post 1887559)
WHEN everything goes as planned and I can make it to south bend indiana in time then yes. i will bring back souvenirs from hstuning and take more photos throughout the day to keep ya'll entertained as well.

ftfy

jay745 08-02-2014 10:55 AM

Put these on yesterday as well. 42DD shifter bushings. Slop=gone.
Getting new tires put on right now. Sumitomo htrz3

Been a huge weekend.
http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/08/02/8yvuby6y.jpg

WetMoney 08-02-2014 11:05 AM

nice! look into getting the Tyrol Shifter Bracket Bushings too.
that also helped tighten things up with my setup.
HPA SS, 42DD bushings and MK4 metal side to side :thumbsup:

jay745 08-02-2014 11:13 AM

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Originally Posted by WetMoney (Post 1889139)
nice! look into getting the Tyrol Shifter Bracket Bushings too.
that also helped tighten things up with my setup.
HPA SS, 42DD bushings and MK4 metal side to side :thumbsup:

Will definitely do some research on that thanks. The shifter bushings from 42DD are awesome, cleaned up the shifting a ton.


Also day 2 of driving with the RSR clutch. Feels fantastic. The car should have came this way.

WetMoney 08-02-2014 11:33 AM

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Originally Posted by jay745 (Post 1889146)
Will definitely do some research on that thanks. The shifter bushings from 42DD are awesome, cleaned up the shifting a ton.


Also day 2 of driving with the RSR clutch. Feels fantastic. The car should have came this way.

the common saying always!

jay745 08-02-2014 11:36 AM

oh and my stencial for the Neuspeed FMIC came in the mail yesterday. So I'll be painting the logo on the fmic probably next weekend. I have to take the bumper off because I made a mistake and forgot to put the styrafoam absorber back on when I installed it. will kill 2 birds at once. actually 3 because I'm going to install the go fast bits dv+ at the same time.


w00t I love this car so much.

WetMoney 08-02-2014 11:38 AM

haha thats awesome. im still debating if i want to do the stencil. dont feel like taking my bumper off haha

jay745 08-02-2014 11:39 AM

I like the look. I'm going back and forth on what color though. For some reason I am leaning towards yellow for the logo.




Also I forgot I removed the visor decals the other day. Now there is this sticky residue that won't come off though. Goo gone helped a little but not much. Not sure what to use to get rid of it....

Frank@KMD 08-02-2014 11:57 AM

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Originally Posted by jay745 (Post 1889175)
I like the look. I'm going back and forth on what color though. For some reason I am leaning towards yellow for the logo.




Also I forgot I removed the visor decals the other day. Now there is this sticky residue that won't come off though. Goo gone helped a little but not much. Not sure what to use to get rid of it....

try to clay bar it maybe?

Jaber 08-02-2014 12:02 PM

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Originally Posted by jay745 (Post 1889172)
oh and my stencial for the Neuspeed FMIC came in the mail yesterday. So I'll be painting the logo on the fmic probably next weekend. I have to take the bumper off because I made a mistake and forgot to put the styrafoam absorber back on when I installed it. will kill 2 birds at once. actually 3 because I'm going to install the go fast bits dv+ at the same time.


w00t I love this car so much.


We can do it in my garage on Saturday if you'd like.

jay745 08-02-2014 01:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Frank@KMD (Post 1889185)
try to clay bar it maybe?

good idea!

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Originally Posted by Jaber (Post 1889188)
We can do it in my garage on Saturday if you'd like.

Thanks for the offer man but naw, this is an all day event as I have to wait for paint to dry etc. I finally bought some jack stands so I'll be doing this one at home.

michal 08-02-2014 01:58 PM

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Originally Posted by jay745 (Post 1889175)
Also I forgot I removed the visor decals the other day. Now there is this sticky residue that won't come off though. Goo gone helped a little but not much. Not sure what to use to get rid of it....


More goo gone and a lot of elbow grease :). Lol clay bar will not help you. Did you use 70% or 90% alcohol?

jay745 08-02-2014 01:59 PM

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Originally Posted by michal (Post 1889252)
More goo gone and a lot of elbow grease :). Lol clay bar will not help you. Did you use 70% or 90% alcohol?

99%


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