okay , have a ? , wife and i might go as i just got a 2012 passat tdi . I want to just go for the show . I dont want to do other stuff or care . Maybe ill get a malone tune but thats a maybe .
so how much is it going to cost me to get into the show if i dont register or anything ??
The Fest is our way of helping the site remain free from those pesky pop up ads. It also helps the Admin pay for S/W and web space etc. The "show" as you put it is really a TDI learning experience. We do have Vendors and tech sessions. All to help you keep your car 100%. These are not civics or corollas they do require extra attention for proper care.
The Wiki in the first post can help you if you do not see what you want ask or PM VeeDubTDI. You will get your answer. This is one way we as members give back to the site.
Man I was really looking forward to going this year but my military schedule conflicts with it along with my kids. I am kinda new to it being that i joined in 2011 when i bought my first 2010 Jetta TDi 6MT and I loved it but had to get rid of it and I regret it everyday but family comes first. Now that I have a new 2013 Passat TDi DSG I was really wanting to go, but maybe next year. I was really hoping to meet Mr. Malone and tell him what an great job he did on my Jetta and how impressed I was with it. I will stay in tuned to this site more now and just want to say what a great site this is.
I will be registering myself and my buddy on Monday to go up there. Driving a whole 8 hours to get to the fest, and will be staying across the border in NH. Anyone feel like making a TDI run up Mt Washington after the fest? My 91 will be up there.
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Welcome! Coming to fest is a great way to jump in and get to know people. Don't worry-most of the crowd doesn't bite.
I was a bit worried the first time I went to a get-together because I didn't even have a TDI (or anything close) at the time. I thought I wouldn't have anything to talk about with anyone. My worry was totally unfounded, however; I was warmly welcomed and had a great time.
So if there are any other newbies (or less-knowledgeable car people, or not-yet TDI owners) out there who aren't sure if you'll fit in or enjoy yourselves...don't worry. Register. Come to Maine. Have fun. (and probably learn something whether you try to or not)
I know I was hesitant to come to events for a long time, but when I finally gave in I had a great time and have really enjoyed meeting all kinds of people. So, I want to help convince others who may not think this is their thing to give it a try.
Whoops-didn't scroll down before responding. Shoulda known VeeDub would catch it. Sorry for the double correction!