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Offline Exonian

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Re: Peddle Box not for DSG
« Reply #20 on: 07 January 2019, 10:52 »
OK, so this has certainly woken me up!
Currently have 2017 Mk7 GTI 220 with pedal box. A great mod to add.
Soon to collect 2019 GTI 245 DSG.
Do I transfer pedal box or not..... bearing in mind the 245 may respond differently to previous versions of GTI?
Anyone with direct and well informed experience of same?
Try it without for a few weeks, then if it annoys you there’s the option of transferring the box over.
Having driven a few recently registered vehicles from various marques myself I suspect the response will still be rubbish even if it’s not quite as rubbish.
Everyone has different wants and needs, personally I like a sporty hatch to feel sporty.
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Re: Peddle Box not for DSG
« Reply #21 on: 07 January 2019, 14:48 »
It seems that the R needs or benefits more from the PB. I know mine is awful without it, and I mean enough to put one off keeping the car. Thank you all, Booth etc for the recommendation way back.
It's true our Mk7 GTI doesn't need it?
Arrived 15/5/17 Mk 7.5 R Lapiz 5dr DSG, Prets, Pan Roof, DCC, Rear View Cam.
Our other car is a Mk7 GTI DSG 5dr Tungsten, Vienna, Rear View Cam, Park assist.

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Re: Peddle Box not for DSG
« Reply #22 on: 14 January 2019, 16:44 »
I've been using one on my non-pp 7.5 GTI DSG and its made the world of difference. I can't drive without it. Throttle response feels like I'm in sport mode when I'm still in normal. Haven't experienced any issues with the DSG.

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Re: Peddle Box not for DSG
« Reply #23 on: 14 January 2019, 17:10 »
Running a PB on my PPGTI7.5. Much better with than without.
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