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paulio252

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    VW Lupo :P
  1. Do you know what value of resistor it takes mate?
  2. So do you not recommend a combination of my lowered springs and new Apex shocks?
  3. So, I have just completed a rear GTI beam conversion on my lupo and everything worked out sweet... excluding the suspension (hence this thread). My OEM shocks have decided to break into about 5 parts probably as a result of the 60mm drop on springs about 6 months ago. The front ones are just as bad. My question is; 'Should I replace them with Apex/Spax/WhatEverElse shocks all round, or eBay special cheap coilovers?'. Please no flippant, pointess responses. Thanks in advance, Paul
  4. Thanks man, ill have a wee look when I get a second
  5. No, don't really know what I'd be looking for in all honesty
  6. GTIChris.... thank you! Appreciate the help. I do suck the perverbial balls at searching.
  7. However, the axle in the aforementioned link is spoken for
  8. Thanks for the help guys ill try and re-seat the springs. It knocks stationary aswell Fretwell
  9. No, yours does So I take you dont have one then!?
  10. I had that one checked im afraid Plenty of clearence and all brackets are sound. Thanks though.
  11. Hi guys, Still on the hunt for a rear axle with discs so if anyone can send me a link that would be great
  12. It doesnt have to go back into the box.... You can use an oil catch can (http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_trksid=p5197.m570.l1313.TR8.TRC0&_nkw=oil+catch+can&_sacat=0&_from=R40) to catch the oil coming out of the breather. AND! you can get one the same colour as your motor and Bobs yer uncle!
  13. Hi, I have lowered the Lupo by 60mm front and back..... On lowering springs (Student Budget)..... When I steer during parking etc so under 5mph I get a horrific knocking 'dunt'. It happens on both sides and believe it to be something to do with the suspension towers. Can anyone shed any light on the problem? Thanks, Paul
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