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Karlbop

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About Karlbop

  • Birthday 10/17/1994

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    Northern ireland

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  • Currently Driving
    Lupo 1.4 16v

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  1. That didnt work either... Heres a picture
  2. Hi there chap, had a look on the work system there, it is Seat but in essence the same... by the looks of this its all one piece, doesn't seem to be a way to disconnect hopefully this screenprint works... someone could prove me wrong! edit: screenprint didn't work... ill try a pdf fuel tank.pdf
  3. Not really an update as such, but the hydraulics are off getting prepped for fitting, so heres a picture because why not
  4. Goddamn that pains me soon it wont be recognisable as that!!
  5. looks awesome man! sits really well bagged
  6. Hi there! as a last resort VW still keeps stock of these, satin black ones on the doors should £17.47+vat each, on the quarter panel are £10.83 each, if you want primed ones they should be £35.59+vat for the doors each, and £28.24+vat each. these prices are retail by the way, so if you get a friendly chap there may be some discount!
  7. following on, this is the latest purchase, soon to be fitted...
  8. So did i, thats why i had to buy lol, getting there slowly but surely!
  9. That may be because it is, he sold it a very long time ago to the guy who i bought it off, who left it outside for about a year and destroyed the gearbox
  10. so then i hit my first show up... then came the new dishes, bringing the wheels to 8.5 and 9j and soon after a respray for them, dont have many photos as buggered my phone... then another local show, with a few bits done that i dont have build piks on... then off to the big one for us in N.I... Dubshed! yes i had a topknot get over it so there you have it, ill leave you with one last picture for the time being! stay tuned!!
  11. So! i thought it was about time i started posting on here instead of simply creeping... so ill start from the beginning. bought the loop close to 3 years ago, in a sorry state, but all the beauty of "bought not built" my apologies also for the mega long first post. so naturally i started into the cosmetic things before the mechanical... naturally the first thing was wheels, picked up a lovely set of bbs rms in fabulous condition for a steal, only problem being they are 7.5j and 8j. with the other whip and the mates 306 I know what you may be thinking... wide enough right? no sir... the front arches were rolled and the rears rolled and pulled heavily, using alot of *ahem* isopon. and for some reason i beliveved camber was necessary... after all that fuss was over the obligatory polishing and waxing frenzy began... then came the boot building.. rashest job you will ever see from the few pictures... who said max power was dead?
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