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    Senior Member Three Rings crazexr7's Avatar
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    Did the grill. It ended up peeling a bit in one area but it looks pretty good it really flows with the wheels now I just need to repaint my calipers.

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    Memo are you doing your wheels in black? I did up a photoshop for you in the s4 section.

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    Senior Member Three Rings crazexr7's Avatar
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    Some pics of Friday night meet











    Finally some great pics of the car

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazexr7 View Post
    Memo are you doing your wheels in black? I did up a photoshop for you in the s4 section.
    Yea, thanks. I saw it.

    I'm undecided. I am not a fan of the black/black look.


    In the near future I may just get them painted matte silver.

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    I think matte silver would look great

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    I like it because it reminds me of OEM wheels.

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    Yeah I think black on silver looks the best in my personal opinion. White looks pretty good too but I like silver better

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    opinions?



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    anyone know what this clip goes to? I've been meaning to ask earlier I found it when reassembling my front end after doing the timing belt tensioner

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    hey bro, tight ride! very clean :) and i love the plastidip on the wheels, i gotta look up how to use plastidip, i dont know how :P
    i'm currently wrapping my interior belt trim with di-noc!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinamura View Post
    hey bro, tight ride! very clean :) and i love the plastidip on the wheels, i gotta look up how to use plastidip, i dont know how :P
    i'm currently wrapping my interior belt trim with di-noc!
    Thanks man, plastidip is fairly straight forward just use plenty of coats and you'll be able to peel it off later and it's pretty durable too. Good luck with your interior what are you going to do, carbon fiber?

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    ya di-noc carbon fiber. i really like the glossed over look, but the dry look is growing on me as i wrap all the pieces. i really don't know what to do now!

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    I don't think glossy would look as good as the other option. post up some pics when you're done though. If I didn't have the brown interior I would change my trim but I really like my trim now.

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    So my check engine light came on again after about 500 miles of not having it on anymore . Ended up being a code for the cat, so I'm thinking about buying a spacer for the oxygen sensor. Anyone have any recommendations or links to any that are good under $25?

    I was thinking about getting this one http://www.europaparts.com/034motors...or-spacer.html

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    Why don't you get one of those "Help" (brand) spacers? I'm pretty sure they all serve the same function.

    Here
    Here
    Or here

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolgraymemo View Post
    Why don't you get one of those "Help" (brand) spacers? I'm pretty sure they all serve the same function.

    Here
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    Or here
    Do you have these in your car? There's one review on it that says it wasn't long enough for them and it didn't work and it's kind of steering me away from it, it is an excellent price though

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    No, I still have the stock cat.

    They are just spacers; I don't see why the 034 spacer costs much more than the "help!" one. PM some of the guys with test-pipe (tcolin (?) and turbwhistle) and ask them what they run.

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    ah, yeah there is a big price difference. I'll send them a pm

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    The help! is what I run. You may have to use both like I did but it works fine for me. Theres a DIY around here somewhere that I think seerlah wrote (could be wrong)
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolgraymemo View Post
    Why don't you get one of those "Help" (brand) spacers? I'm pretty sure they all serve the same function.

    Here
    Here
    Or here
    What is the difference between those you posted? They all look similar.
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    Only needed a quick google search and here it is:

    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showth...-High-Flow-Cat
    01 1.8tq 5 Speed Swapped S4 Body, IE Rods, 2871r, 630cc custom tune and a bunch of goodies..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TConklin821 View Post
    What is the difference between those you posted? They all look similar.
    I think they are the same. Just different prices. Just copied the links.

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    Thanks for the info that diy looks pretty straight forward and everyone seems to have had good luck with it. I think I might give it a go considering the price

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    update:


    Planning on hardwiring it. Not a fan of the coil cord in the way of the radio and my only cigarette plug.

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    Your cars come a long way! Keep up the good work

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    Senior Member Three Rings crazexr7's Avatar
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    Thanks Jason, really appreciate it. I've ordered a bunch of stuff from you guys this past year and had no problems.

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    since my shift knob was pretty nasty looking (The black leather started turning green around where I usually grip it), I was telling my dad that I'd probably buy a new one, he then suggests I just use some shoe cleaner on it to make it look brand new again. Couldn't believe how well it worked.

    used this stuff I got from walmart a long time ago:


    And ended up doing the shift knob and boot, and it looks practically new. Everything is black now no more green one some parts and everything looks great:

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    Senior Member Three Rings crazexr7's Avatar
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    well there goes my plans of buying HIDs with my tax return money. Instead I just bought my first wheels for the car

    Here are said wheels:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/300667348727...#ht_500wt_1219

    Big shout out for mschulte from vortex for directing me to the link

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazexr7 View Post
    Thanks Jason, really appreciate it. I've ordered a bunch of stuff from you guys this past year and had no problems.
    Thanks for the positive feed back! Let me know if you ever need anything or have any questions!

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    Hey man, it was nice to meet you yesterday! The windows work flawlessly now as does the auto lock at 15/unlock when I turn the car off. Thanks again and I gotta try that kiwi leather shit, your knob looks so black....haaahaaa
    Cactus green B5 A4!

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    Senior Member Three Rings crazexr7's Avatar
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    Yeah man it was nice meeting you too! And no problem, glad all that stuff works, and that kiwi stuff has held up pretty good since I put it on you should definitely give it a go.

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    Is there a difference between the 42009 and 42002 non-fouler? As one is cheaper and I'm not sure if the 42002 on amazon comes in a pack of 2

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    ^^ Bump

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    The spacers come in 2 different lengths, that might be why there are 2 part numbers. If I remember correctly, I bought the short ones and used them both. I havent had a code on my 1.8 since I installed them a couple months ago.
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    Senior Member Three Rings crazexr7's Avatar
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    Thanks for the info, I'm going to order them up hopefully they work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazexr7 View Post
    anyone know what this clip goes to? I've been meaning to ask earlier I found it when reassembling my front end after doing the timing belt tensioner
    This little guy is the locking clip for the slip connection on the washer fluid line between your tank and your washer jets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCA4 View Post
    This little guy is the locking clip for the slip connection on the washer fluid line between your tank and your washer jets.
    Thank you! Yeah I posted this on another forum and got the answer, but it's good to have it confirmed. I'll have to put it back on when I wire up fogs sometime

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    my wheels have arrived


    It's raining out now, but I'll test fit them either later today or tomorrow if it stops raining. The tires are surprisingly a little good. I may be able to use them for a little while. one wheel has pretty bad curb rash though and it ruined the lip, won't be able to do much to fix it I don't think

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    I'll be surprised if you get those to fit with rubber that fat on them. Btw, I neglected to say this in my other post but I <3 the Casa White/Terra cotta combo.
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