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    Thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by odub View Post
    Got my Jetex tip all polished up by the stainless boys at work, looks like new




    Car is now out of the workshop and more to come soon. It's filthy and needs a wash









    I took it for a drive up the road. Brakes need bedding in and bleeding again, alignment needs setting up and some camber taken out and the rear coils need winding up about 10mm

    I'm looking forward to this next year
    Hi Mate,

    Wheels look great! What size are they? and what tyre size are you running?

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    I miss that car badly. Was so nice to drive and that maroon color match that shape so good.


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    Thanks chaps.
    Wheels are Borbet C in 17x7.5. I can't remember the et but is around 33 with an 11mm hubcentric spacer on each wheel. Tyres are Bridgestone Potenza RE002 in 205/40
    The tyres are just into the arches and a proper fitment for the wheel size with minimal stretch. The rear does rub a touch on big bumps so I'll be raising it approx 10mm at the back

    The 17s give good ground clearance whilst being able to drop the car and fill the arches with them. I've always had 16s before but won't be going back

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    have the rear arches been rolled at all?

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    Nope. I'm hoping not to have to but will have to see once I start driving it properly next year. The only ones I'm worried about are the rears. The fronts seem to have loads of space but I could always run a smaller spacer at the back although it wouldn't be hubcentric then

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    There's not much going on at the moment so a few pictures:

    This colour really pops when it's clean





    And sat for now until I can get my garage empty (my TT is in the for sale section)


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    Beautiful colour mate really is. So you're going 1.8t when's the engine ready?

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    ABS sorter? Still wonder What was the issue


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    Quote Originally Posted by POvwLO View Post
    Beautiful colour mate really is. So you're going 1.8t when's the engine ready?
    That's the one. Engine is very close to being complete but I need to sell my Audi TT to make garage space to put the Corrado in. It's not a great time of year to be selling cars.
    I'll try and get some engine pics up soon

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