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  1. hcous

    Lowering Springs

    Thank you so much guys. I very much appreciate you giving me such a detailed run-down. That’s cleared it up for me!
  2. Hi all, I’ve recently purchase some lowering springs for a Lupo for my Seat Arosa. Two of the springs are quite large and two of them are much thinner with tighter coils. Would someone be able to tell me which ones go on the front and which way up they should go? I am under the understanding that the larger ones go at the front? It just seems to me like the small ones are much too small. I’ve attached a picture.
  3. Okay so I understand the oil breather is the one on the left. I believe I can either use a catch can OR a small breather pipe filter. My main question is if I ran it with a filter on the left pipe, what would I need to do with the two small pipes on the right? And when I say I will connect a filter to the oil breather pipe, I will most likely ensure it is further down underneath the engine so fumes are forced out away from the cab. Thank you for your replies
  4. hcous

    boss kit

    Found mine quite cheap on eBay.
  5. Connect an 'airbag simulator'/universal resistor (find them on ebay) to the wires. Then clear the code through VAGCOM.
  6. I have a variable resistor / airbag simulator in mine and it works like a charm. Just remember to use VAGCOM to clear the fault code after fitting it!
  7. Thank you for your reply. Do I connect the catch can to the left pipe and then link it to the 2 on the right as well? Also is it possible to use a filter instead of a catch can? Cheers
  8. Okay so I’ve found out that I need to put the small filter on the pipe that’s on the left of the air box. What do I do with the other two pipes on the right? Shall I leave them connected to the air box?
  9. Hi all, This is my first post on this forum so I hope I'm doing it right! I am switching my '52 plate Arosa to a cone filter. I understand that I will be removing the air filters from the box. I have also purchased a small filter: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Air-Filter-Oil-Breather-Cold-Small-Mushroom-Intake-Crankcase-Turbo-Car-Vent/163689109250?hash=item261ca19702:g:1XgAAOSwUYpc2nHv to go on a breather pipe. My concern is that there are multiple pipes going into the box so what do I need to do with each of them? Which pipe is the oil breather requiring the smaller filter? Thank you in advance. PS. I know that this will not benefit the car's power output. I only want it louder Also it's my first car so still a bit of a noob!
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