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crzyskimer93

Ready to race!
Location
Fort Lauderdale
Hey guys new to the forums in general but been playing around on here lately kinda fun seeing what everyone does to their cars and getting ideas.

Any who, first time owning a VW but it's also only my first car I use to ride a yamaha r6. So I just got the car couple days ago (To be exact sept. 1st)

Here's a picture the day I grab her, while they were cleaning her before I took her home

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Then yesterday I went by the beach and had to take some more snaps of her as well

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This morning tho I went and got tint for the windows haven't gotten around to fully taking full walk arounds. But here's a few ImageUploadedByTapatalk1409776274.979445.jpg
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Oh and when I took those photos I might of been at the shop ordering stuff to, more to come :)

I have a bunch in mind for my car
 

crzyskimer93

Ready to race!
Location
Fort Lauderdale
Of course went to the meet tonight and got rained on ImageUploadedByTapatalk1409800023.269083.jpg

Oh well I saw a mk7 there lowered on h&r sport springs he seemed to be low in the rear not so much in the front tho, anyone notice this?
 

CLapperhighs

Go Kart Champion
Location
United States
I saw a mk7 there lowered on h&r sport springs he seemed to be low in the rear not so much in the front tho, anyone notice this?

Yeah H&R and VWR's both seem to have a bit of reverse rake... Not crazy about that. I'm waiting for the Eibach Pro springs to be available in North America. The drop on them is perfect IMO. ;)

Check out this guys golf. He has the Eibachs.

http://www.golfmk7.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5685
 

crzyskimer93

Ready to race!
Location
Fort Lauderdale

crzyskimer93

Ready to race!
Location
Fort Lauderdale
Well... Finally did it, just the side for now didn't debdage the back yet

and method to it is blow drying back and forth for maybe 2 minutes and then I used fishing line and pulled it toward me while making a sawing motion and it came off [emoji108]

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Then used goo off or what ever and let it sit for maybe 2-3 minutes while applying more during this time and then let it sit for 1 minute and then used my nail to scratch off the excess

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While doing this I noticed my first scratch lol must of been the car next to me at campus gonna try and buff it out or something can't even feel it to the nail but just washed my car and didn't come out.

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