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  1. Right, so after trimming 2 headlining's i thought i should probably put up a how to for anybody attempting the same thing. What you will need: Spray glue - High temp to withstand the summer heat pounding the hell out of your roof Material - I used OEM spec foam backed textured nylon (Audi) Knife - Preferably a scalpel Scissors - A strong pair Space - Space is essential as the headlining is a large piece of car, i recommend doing it on a table Advised to have: Hot glue gun - Handy tool for any trimming attempt, Re-sticking clips/brackets and trim clip bases Hot glue - Black high viscosity for
  2. Hi all, I've recently purchased a lupo GTI! Love it to bits already! I've made a start on my boot build today and was just wanting to create a post to show people how I've got on and maybe if anyone could suggest anything So I've ordered 2x Rockford forsgate 8" subs to go in the boot My box dimensions are as follows; (these dimensions are not set in stone yet I'm waiting on the subs to be delivered first) 800 x 300 base 764 x 264 top 800 x 171 front & back x2 264 x 171 sides x2 I will the lay a false floor on top of the box all nicely trimmed and lit up with clear view of the subs Only
  3. I had a little bump at about 5mph the other day, and now the front bumper on the passenger side has been pushed out abit nothing major just about 5-10 mm and the plastic trim that holds the indicators on the front has been pushed out I think. So basically does anyone know how to fix this with out taking it to the body shop?
  4. I am wondering is there a way to remove the plastic protection trim that is attached to the outside of the door to protect from people banging your door? If so can some body explain how to take it off please? Thanks
  5. i want a different interior to match my red/black seats anyone got any they are selling or know where to get it from?
  6. Hi guys I've just bought a Lupo 1.0E for my first car and i just trying to find a few bits which are missing for it. I have located most parts that i need like door locking pins and rear drivers side molding but I am in desperate need of both my manual mirror adjustment knobs, i have spent ages trying to find which are the original adjusters for my Lupo. If anyone can give a decent picture of them or a link to somewhere i can get some please that would be great. Many thanks
  7. Hi Everyone, new user on here so apologies if this is in the wrong place. OK, so this going to make me sound like a right golden-oldie but I'm after some parts for an awesome little Lupo I've just bought for my daughters 17th Birthday so she can learn to drive in style. Now before anyone conjures up images of Victor Meldrew I'll point out I was the same age as she is now when she was born so I'm no coffin-dodger/oxygen-thief/etc etc etc. Anyhoo, I'm a die hard VW fan (Heavily modded Mk5 R32) so the Lupo seemed like a great choice for my daughter who has the same tatste in cars as me. I'm sure
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