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    ⋆⋆ CF Donator ⋆⋆ dragon green's Avatar
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    The two together(not a trimsport one,but bought in a group buy from here)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon green View Post
    Nothing wrong with the trimsport version,
    My poor old Corrado has to work for its living,with the BBM one,you just twist it,take out the pins,remove the bar and it gives you a lot more space when the seats are laid flat

    Thanks for that. I'll maybe splash out on a Trimsport one come the spring. They've revised the design slightly, apparently, and you can get them either direct from Trimpsport or from them on eBay I think. The idea of not having to drill the rear strut towers appeals, but I gather the one that works best is the triangulated Neuspeed version, which is obsolete.
    Mystic Blue Storm - H&R coilovers - Rear Neuspeed Anti-roll Bar - Magnex - Dieselgeek quick shift and Gruvenparts travel reducer - Few or no functioning brain cells - And a red Mk2 GTi 8v with a TSR-tuned motor.

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