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  1. Hey Hasan, when I dropped in the octavia sunroof it was from a bog-standard estate and had a cream blind, I wonder if you've got a VRS one with the black headlining?
  2. Haha yeah unidentified Clydeside Corrado seems likely, the wife has been using it as a daily. Can you message me a link to the Facebook post There’s a few nice ideas and wiring diagram etc in this thread; https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?5810263-DIY-Dual-Aluminum-Fan-Shroud-Setup-for-your-Corrado&amp=1
  3. I think the opposite joining plug you need is from a Sharan. Not sure on the best way to wire them yet, I think you need to bridge the lives across the stages but don’t quote me on it. I’m guessing you want full power to the fans on all stages? Else you need to add a resistor. Are the brackets still available?
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    Abs ecu

    Thanks for the response guys but I've managed to get one being delivered tomorrow. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Abs ecu

    Has anyone got an 'E' suffix ABS ECU for sale? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Hi Matt, Could you add me to the list for one switch please, ta. Mine has just broken :-( Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    OBD2 VR6 fpr

    The ecu can cope with 3 or 4 bar, but 3 bar seems smoother probably from longer injector timings. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I got tired of crumbling adjusters and swapped to electric. Here's another alternative: https://phenixengineering.com/shop/corrado-slc-eurolight-lock-knobs/
  9. If you can get +14V on ECU pin 48 @4000 rpm use that and ground. If not (or if you change to coilpack or OBD2) you will need an rpm controlled switch.
  10. Nice one, glad you found it useful.
  11. After a two week long bumpy road trip I had enough of carrying around an old trainer to try and prevent drinks spillages. Looking for solutions I found this; [ATTACH]82701[/ATTACH] http://www.ttgallery.fotki.com/my-recent-whips/my-honda-s2000/modshack-cupholder-mod/img5233.html An S2000 owner had attached a Modshack TT cupholder to the seat base. Great, that would work in the C, but alas the cupholder ring is no longer available. So I intended to make my own as I have a spare RAM swivel mount, just need to make the ring. It then occurred to me to use the seat retaining bolt which would negate the use of the swivel mount, simplifying things greatly. I could just bolt on a p clip of the right diameter. [ATTACH]82702[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]82703[/ATTACH] At first I used an 80mm (stainless steel) p clip, later this was swapped to a 70mm for better fit. [ATTACH]82704[/ATTACH] Bending both tabs in the vice and smoothing the curve. Pretty happy with the result, not too flimsy . [ATTACH]82705[/ATTACH] Fixings here are M6 x 15mm high tensile socket cap and nut with a A2 wave (Din 137A) washer. The original dome nut for the end is retained (not pictured). [ATTACH]82706[/ATTACH] Here it is fitted...(please excuse the road trip crumbs) [ATTACH]82707[/ATTACH] And in use... [ATTACH]82708[/ATTACH] It's a bit loose here due to the thickness of the footwell mat so I swapped it for a 70mm p clip. [ATTACH]82709[/ATTACH] Much better. [ATTACH]82710[/ATTACH] And when it's folded up its out of sight, you would know it was there. :-)
  12. You can also fit non-GTI Lupo arms, fit perfectly cheap blades and can be had for pennies at the scrappy.
  13. Received in good condition. Many thanks!
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