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Lupo1.4 16v

Vw Lupo 1.4 16v

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Then it was time for some proper wheels so to the rescue came some knackered but very cheap ronal turbos. I spend the next 3 weeks sanding and polishing the damage out off every wheel. The results where well worth it wish I hand taken more pictures of them before.

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Before all this the car got a proper going over mechanical with new engine oil + filter, fresh coolant water pump, timeing belt, air filter, spark plugs, gearbox oil, throttle body was cleaned as well as fitting a new crankcase breather. 

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Those Ronals look amazing! Good job!

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Pics and info on your fitting method for the archives please.

Not enough to just say that you've fitted them.

Share the knowledge.

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The rear bench fits straight in with the original back rests that I died black and fitted vw beetle headrest. The fronts I welded on to the original lupo frames but want to tidy them up more before I get some pics. I would like to re-make a box section frame that the tt sits on better as the angle of the seat is slightly tilted which I like but want them adjustable.

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