You mean post 844?silverbox said:Mike would you sell me the catback from post 884?
Merlyn that sounds like a good idea, I just don't know if there is enough room to tuck the areo2525 up high in the Golf.Merlyn said:Just a thought.
Some people may have purchased the 1.8t/VR6 rear valence with cut-out in preperation for any serious exhaust replacement such as yours. Having the exit pipe turned down will not take advantage of this extra clearance they have available...
Maybe leave the muffler straight on the standard line and have two exit pipe options? One shaped like a boomerang that will clear the stock valence and one straight that will exit out of the upgraded valence cut-out?
Eagerly awaiting the final version to be finished. Take all the time you need to make a quality product in the end, I'm sure it will be worth it.
Merlyn said:MKIV Rear Valence with exhaust cut-out PNs:
Jetta - 1J5-807-521-D-B41 (http://www.worldimpex.com/parts/genuine-part-rear-spoiler-vr6_162682.html)
Golf - 1J6-807-521-E-B41 (http://www.worldimpex.com/parts/genuine-part-rear-valance_178234.html)
Vortex has a nice post about some of the other OEM exterior parts here http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=2542110.
whitbread has some very nice looking downpipes in the vendor section, cheaper than the TDIparts DP and just as nice IMO. I'm sure Mike's product will be awesome as well, hope he gets things up and rolling.tdi4kev said:I'd really like to get one of Mike's pipes, but...
I've looked at the others out there, and w/out starting a big fracas, any recommendations?
They look alot like mikes prototype.TDICADDGUY said:whitbread has some very nice looking downpipes in the vendor section, cheaper than the TDIparts DP and just as nice IMO. I'm sure Mike's product will be awesome as well, hope he gets things up and rolling.