Author Topic: polo 9n on m3 rims and kitted out... written off :(  (Read 28637 times)

Offline thai-wronghorse

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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #20 on: 02 June 2012, 23:26 »
Looks loads better on those wheels and with a drop.

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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #21 on: 02 June 2012, 23:36 »
cheers dude, 25mm spacers for the rear are being ordered friday along with a stage 1 tuning box and a genuine vw stubby aerial.

then gonna put the 20mm spacers currently on the back on the front and then it should be about right i hope  :cool:

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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #22 on: 06 June 2012, 13:00 »
so 25mm spacers, tuning box and a genuine vw stubby aerial are gonna be ordered on friday :D

in the mean time some pictures of my mates gti edition 150tdi golf, such a nice ride! comes factory fitted with r32 kit, recaro leather and vw satnav unit :P

we adjusted the coilovers and gave it a real good clean, polish and wax so thought we'd get some snaps, just waiting on 10mm rear spacers and she's pretty much finished :D







and our version of a well known pic ;)


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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #23 on: 06 June 2012, 18:18 »
Dude how have I only just seen this  :huh:

Come along way  :cool: going to look cushty when its spaced out!

is the gtd anyone from daily dubs? looks rude :lipsrsealed:


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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #24 on: 06 June 2012, 18:29 »
Dude how have I only just seen this  :huh:

Come along way  :cool: going to look cushty when its spaced out!

is the gtd anyone from daily dubs? looks rude :lipsrsealed:

cheers dude, yeah it belongs to sam :P

you better be at the beach cruise on sunday mate, you're slack at these meets! aha

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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #25 on: 12 June 2012, 19:05 »
so today i fitted my tdi tuning box, best £80 i've ever spent i can assure you! i also fitted my vw stubby aerial and my 25mm spacers on the back, and put the 20mm ones on the front, so here's how she sits now... i can now be happy to drive about in her as a daily  :cool:


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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #26 on: 12 June 2012, 19:16 »
Looking sweet bud  :cool: Made all the difference with the spacers! really need to get mine sorted  :grin: was like a monstertruck compared to yours and sams!

Did you have the chip fitted on sunday? went supprisingly well on the way back from the meet on sundeee :laugh: ???


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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #27 on: 12 June 2012, 19:28 »
cheers guys! i fitted the tuning box myself this afternoon, was like a 2 minute job :)

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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #28 on: 29 June 2012, 17:27 »
just a couple of snaps




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Re: polo 1.4tdi, project low and really very slow
« Reply #29 on: 29 June 2012, 19:56 »
Lovely little 9n buddy, I have always had a kinda soft spot for these :)