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Old 11-01-2016, 10:30 AM   #177
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Can you post the link for the Rota wheel stickers? I have the same wheels and would really like to do that as well.

Car is looking great man, but don't pull too much away from the Golf!! That's my favorite car of all time on here.
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Old 11-23-2016, 03:55 PM   #178
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So been a while since i updated this

some minor mods first but nonetheless nice mods

So this is how the light switch comes from factory



I dont really like the multi-color theme going on here



Prefer something a little more subtle that flows with the white-red theme on the interior lighting. So removed the switch (possible one of the hardest switches to remove in a VAG car i think, lol)



Changed some Leds and we have something like this





much better

Bought some detailing stuff that i have been wanting to get for some time now, but always neglected it

Firstly this, that leaves such an amazing finish inside the trims, highly recommend it



And then some stuff for better and faster everyday washing procedure



And of course a foam lance for my Karcher machine





Great Quality



More importantly though, I had the car properly detailed.
Some pics of it finished, and i will post a proper story of the detailing session in a next post I will make for those interested in Detailing Sessions











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Old 11-23-2016, 04:41 PM   #179
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Great looking a1 buddy !


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Old 12-03-2016, 02:45 PM   #180
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Some Teasers of some changes we made

Retrofit of TTS (8S) steering wheel completed

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPCKIRBS1p0

Plus some more changes in dash illumination, for subtle white and red theme, rather than the yellow and green ones

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5ow4mClLnk

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Old 12-28-2016, 08:10 AM   #181
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Hello guys and Merry Christmas to you all.

here's some news on the small daily project

First some photos of the work that was involved on making the TTS (8S) steering wheel work on my car like it should



Custom made, and is being sold from the guys that made mine work









instrument cluster white led retrofit







All yellow and green indicatios would turn white as in the videos above



Then, early december, it was time to install my winter wheels, and go out for some fun in the snow



Brought out my guns





Studs fit perfectly in there



Custom painted caps fitted with no issues



All done







Then some TLC was needed for the summer wheels prior to storing them





Foam Lance comes handy







Came out great



Sealed them with Swissvax Autobahn for protection



Gave them an extra something



Stored them in place





No touching of those lips, dont worry



Stay tuned....got some snow footage on the way







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Old 12-29-2016, 02:46 PM   #182
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Car looks great man. Love the work that you put into it. Looking forward to more updates!
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Old 01-02-2017, 07:10 AM   #183
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Love it all as always. Your attention to detail is on another level.
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Old 02-22-2017, 03:11 PM   #184
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Love it all as always. Your attention to detail is on another level.
Thank you my friend :)
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Old 03-22-2017, 04:25 PM   #185
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So, for quite some time now I've been lurking over ebay, to come acros a rear -line bumper in Misano Red , in a decent shape.

Seems like I scored





In great overall condition, just some minor cratches, mostly in this area, but i was gonna paint this part gloss black in the future anyway, so no biggy







Last shot with stock bumper on



Cleaned everything while we were there



Removal required some pretty sneaky deep sockets which i didnt have at the time with me but had to get





Trunk tray also needs to be removed



Some customization as always









Some better shots after a proper clean















All in all, i am very very pleased with how it came out. It gave exactly the rear width i was hoping for and made the wheels blend in even better.



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Old 03-24-2017, 10:07 AM   #186
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Very nice upgrade! This car keeps getting better and better. Trim pieces will look a lot better in gloss black to match the rest of the car, but still looks good regardless.
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Old 03-24-2017, 03:40 PM   #187
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Thank you very much. I agree. Gloss black is the way i will go :)
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Old 04-01-2017, 06:20 AM   #188
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I may have missed some changes i made so let me get back to those.
It might be some small things, but they all add to the whole result i guess.

So, bought these



Before



And after



Gotta find a black washer fluid reservoir cap as well-if anyone knows where, let me know



Then I also, started collecting another set of parts

This buzzer





And these o-rings



This unit





This oem wiring





And these OEM sensors in Misano Red







So yes, we are getting ready for a parking sensor retrofit and i think i pretty much have everything i need. For now i am doing some maintenace modifications on my front suspension which i am also going to show you

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Old 04-01-2017, 09:48 AM   #189
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So after about 40.000km, the car seemed to have gotten somewhat lower, to rub more easily, and to make some weird rolling sounds that it didnt in the past. After closer inspection, it seemed that some components needed further attention. And when i say, further attention, i usuallycmean replace everything with new parts, on both driver and passenger side.

Let's see





I dont know how some of these parts are called in english to be honest, so i am just gonna show some photos of them, or describe them even, hehe



The outer ball joints of the steering rack



Then the bearings of the outer part of the front control arms







Also, new top mount bushings and bearings. Next time i might even go for powerflex ones, we shall see



Wrenching time









Uppon further inspection we also replaced this part of the steering rack



It's amazing what some wheels, and spacers can do in such short mileage



Car also received a proper alignment afterwards





Needless to say the car changed significantly after all this maintenance. It sat higher, and it felt lighter, like the tyres were underinflated if you can see what i mean. One side was worse but i chose to go for both.

Next time i need to do it again i might go for some powerflex components but i dont wanna compromise the ride quality by much (much more anyway) as this is my current daily. What is more, there is no comparison between the A1 floor and the golf, and i mean in quality. It's like everything is weak in comparison, but oh well it is a smaller car. It also uses many golf mk4 platform components for what it's worth.

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Old 05-31-2017, 03:24 PM   #190
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On an early spring night, prior to Easter Time in Greece, I had some work done, that led to this







Dont get me wrong, there is a plan here that it starting to evolve

Inspiration came from this





Rear seatbelts removed as well







Then had another roadtrip







Then, coming back there was a track day, in a track i had not ever before driven in, so decided i might as well go in with the AUD1ESEL, just to see the circuit, and so, naturally removed some unnecessary weight.





Then, i had some more ideas on RECAROS. Yeap, cant lie, i love RECAROS.

and what do you know . . . . .



Scored these that came out of and Audi R8 whose owner moved to a Ferrari and then a Lambo and these were looking for a new home







They are in amazing condition





Then I went on cleaning them and enhancing them with some protection



They were in great condition like i said, no need for much work





Bought some decals to customize the look









Super excited to say the least



Specific Audi A1 mounts from Recaro on the way, pretty soon.

More things have happened, stay tuned for updates, Cheers



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That's a nice car actually. Looks good in red and black.

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Old 06-11-2017, 02:23 PM   #192
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That's a nice car actually. Looks good in red and black.
Thank you sir :)
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Old 06-11-2017, 02:25 PM   #193
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So, on thing that had been on my mind for quite some time now, is the fact that the car had a difference in high rpms- well high for a diesel anyways, due to the fact that it overheated on the Intake Air Temps. It was more than obvious that the car needed a bigger IC. Not just in summer time, which in Greece, is the rule during the year, but also in colder conditions, in repeatitive pulls. You could feel the car got hot reducing boost, and thus power.
We also checked that on the dyno.

So, you know what comes next.

Sneak pic



Wow, that is big





Lets see how it will look



Approved !!

As you can see, i went for a bolt-on solution for this car. At least that was the plan. Darkside seem to know their things on TDi engines so I went for product for my CAYC engine. However, when you always go for universan parts and make them fit your car, you know what happens when you choose a bolt-on part for the first time, dont you.

Some close-ups, prior to fitting it







Professional garage lift on the way



Removed the front end



This here, is supposed to be an IC



Lovely out of focus picture for reference



Crash bar removed





And I believe this is where it all started going awfully wrong.
I noticed how the oem ic was held in place, and then saw the fittings of the Darkside IC. I easily understood there was no way it would fit straight away. None. Yes, it says in their product description that it takes some trimming, and some modification to fit, but it surely does not say that none of the fittings, not even one, fits in the stock points.

Contacted them via email, they replied instantly, however they insisted that it was my fault and that it should fit right away. I am no new to the modding scene, i know when a thing fits and when it doesnt.



Removed the OEM IC after a lot of swelling, just to see who was right and who was wrong



Side by side





Cutting for the piping to go through



Then I understood that it was either game over and car back to stock, OR, try to mount it and make it work, like always



Tom came to the rescue

Two hours later- boom - i was exhausted, but it was ready



Went to hospital like that the next day hehe



Refitted the bumper, that went in with zero modifications





Exactly the look i was hoping for, subtle, yet visible for those who know



I love it. And I also love how it performs. Difference is massive. Car used to pull strong up till 3500rpm and then, make a pause, so you would be better of changing gear to the next one. Now, you can pull till rev limiter and feeling the car pulling still strong. massive difference without a new ecu file as well.

As for Darkside, I am happy to say, that after some emails we exchanged, they accepted their fault, and sent me back half the cost as a partial refund. I support their accepting their fault, and I made a new order, which I will show you in the next update :)

A teaser pic for now



Cheers

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Old 06-18-2017, 06:20 AM   #194
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Car saw some time at the track, and also did really really well for what it is, especially since it was also my first time at that track. Gave some MX5's a pretty rough time, especially my friend Tom's that recently bought one, a late NB one











Had some serious issues with Oil Temps, had to push for maximum 2 rounds and then cool off for lik 3-4 laps. It was 40o Celcius, and car did not like that at all.





Almost 4 sec slower than me







I had really missed some track time, so will be revisiting soon enough, with this car, or the golf as well.

Also, I wanted to do something about the back side, where having removed the rear seat bench, there was red exposed metal, which i didnt like







Quick visit to my trim shop







Pics dont do it justice, came out great IRL





Also, got around to fitting my oem rear parking sensors on the S-Line bumper i installed

Removal





Said sensors



Installed





Looking great



When I find some time, i will also retrofit them to make them work as well hehe



Cheers, plenty of more to come

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Old 07-04-2017, 12:29 PM   #195
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Hello guys. Been some days that i was ready to update my build threads of all the cars, when I logged in to my threads, and saw all my pics gone missing. I thought i had gone overboard with bandwidth, but then I also remembered, that i have a premium account, so that doesnt happen. Long story short, I figured out what PhotoBucket had done.

So, currently, more than 8-9 years of build threads are useless. All that work and effort is lost.
And what is more, Photobucket gave us NO warning, nor did they send their thoughts on this change whatsoever
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I accept paying for using one's services. I dont accept being bullied into doing it, in such a non-professional way.

I cant tell right now how I will continue blogging my build threads, but i wil definitely WONT be paying photobucket not 400, but not even a single cent.

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Old 08-10-2017, 03:51 PM   #196
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So many many things have happened while Photobucker has been letting us down, and I havent posted updates ever since. But, I decided I must keep this going on, cant afford to lose all this after all these year.

So, first I did a proper engine bay wash

Some befores

Engine bay wash by mgpdoc, on Flickr

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And some afters

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Engine bay wash by mgpdoc, on Flickr

Washing engine bay by mgpdoc, on Flickr

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Washing engine bay by mgpdoc, on Flickr

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And here is the location that some things will change.

Dpf by mgpdoc, on Flickr

But all that in the next post.

Cheers for now.
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Some weeks ago I ordered and received the Dpf delete 2,5 inch Downpipe from Darkside Developments. Quality was great as you will see yourselves in the picture.

Darkside De-Dpf Downpipe by mgpdoc, on Flickr

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Also bought some EGR blanks

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Adapter for the lambda senson which is the only one that will be re-used

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Next posts will be about installing it and much much more to bring you up to date

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So, this is the place we will be working on for this post. This, and the EGR system.

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Here's an idea of the crap that goes inside your inlet on a diesel car with just 28k miles on the clock. Sad is it not ?

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Block of plate to the rescue

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EGT sensors off

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Lamda Sensor off

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After A LOT of fiddling and swearing, the downpipe came off
Not in piece sadly as for this to happen probably all the subframe would have to come off so ef it.

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First test fit

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TB block off plate - will change to matching bolts later

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Downpipe path

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Here is where it got tricky will get to that later

Final dp part which is modified with a v band to match the rest of my 3inch cat(what cat lol)back

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This is the part where we had clearance issues. Downpipe touched the steering rack. Ofcourse, once again, bolt on fitment wasnt the case

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So out again to modify it

Reshaped it and it was great afterwards

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Matching bolts as promised

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Sensor on

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These however had to be left plugged and tucked in place, cause the car cannot work without them. Even after the ecu remap. Will see if maybe at a later version.

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This map sensor of the DPF was removed though

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As was this EGR part from the Exhaust manifold to the EGR

De-Dpf exhaust install by mgpdoc, on Flickr

Car was a little rolling-coal happy

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But nothing a wash and wax cant fix

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Then i decided to remove the complete EGR assembly as it was no longer used, to save weight and clean the engine bay even more

Oil return line has to be removed

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And you have to make a U-joint for the water pipes that run to the coolant radiator of the EGR which is also removed. Luckily i had the U-joint from the A4 hehe

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Blocked this hole as well

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And this is what was removed

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Then, we remapped the car, it made another 10hp but we havent finished yet, will get back to you with more results once we fine tune it

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Big shoutout to etuners greece, and Stelios Alexandrakis in particular.

Cheers

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