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Old July 4th 2012, 08:39
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The left is ready, time to start on the right side.
First clean the shop then turn the car and level it. I was very glad I was ready on the left, and now I can start all over again. DAMN this is a lot of work :-\


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Old July 14th 2012, 10:57
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I repaired this corner a few months ago but i am not satisfied, so it's time to do it again.




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Old July 14th 2012, 12:33
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Yeah, its a lot of work....when your that anal about getting it _just_ right

The end result however always reflects how much preparation and time/effort went into it, so you know it will be awesome. I know it will be anyways
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Old July 14th 2012, 14:31
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Yeah, its a lot of work....when your that anal about getting it _just_ right

The end result however always reflects how much preparation and time/effort went into it, so you know it will be awesome. I know it will be anyways
Thanks Wally,
There is only one way in my book, the wright way. (atleast the wright way in my eyes)
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Old July 17th 2012, 20:47
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That sure looks familiar, let me know how it works

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Hi Paul!

Its work fine with oil coller man! Right way! (75°c)

And now im try another way to instal one intercooler.

http://img15.imagefra.me/i57h/hugole..._8ef_ub6eu.jpg

Type 1 - 1.9 Turbo Air Air
http://img15.imagefra.me/i57h/hugole..._594_ub6eu.jpg

http://img13.imagefra.me/i57h/hugole..._555_ub6eu.jpg

http://img14.imagefra.me/i57h/hugole..._df1_ub6eu.jpg

http://img13.imagefra.me/i57h/hugole..._2ad_ub6eu.jpg

First test and its work fine! (40°c air intake)

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Old July 18th 2012, 04:47
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Good to hear that it works. Nice build.
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Old July 19th 2012, 15:52
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First I tried to fit the door. As expected that didn't fit, not in a milion years.

After a lot of thinking, pushing and stretching, it was time to use my hydraulic friend. Finally it fits like a glove.




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Old July 19th 2012, 19:59
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Really impressed with the level of effort and quality of work there Paul. Where in the Netherlands are you located?
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Old July 20th 2012, 05:02
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Really impressed with the level of effort and quality of work there Paul. Where in the Netherlands are you located?
Thanks Mike, the car is in Tilburg.
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Old July 20th 2012, 21:16
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That lower section of the (missing) rear rocker panel was part of the problem. That helps set the door gap since it connects the "B pillar" to the heater channel.
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Old July 20th 2012, 21:40
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Thanks Mike, the car is in Tilburg.
I was just over in Eindhoven for work the middle of last month. It was my 1st time over there and I didn't get a chance to visit any shops (I was hoping to make it to VW Classics). I did get to catch the Holland-Germany Euro 2012 match and sample some Dutch beer and frits in the market. Hup!
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Old July 21st 2012, 08:01
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That lower section of the (missing) rear rocker panel was part of the problem. That helps set the door gap since it connects the "B pillar" to the heater channel.
The lower section was during the first door fit already gone, so that was not the problem. The front incl. the doorpillars are replaced, the right doorpillar was not 100% vertical.
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Old July 26th 2012, 21:54
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As much metal that has been cut, problems with fitting are normal.
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Old July 27th 2012, 02:03
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As much metal that has been cut, problems with fitting are normal.
So true
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Old July 29th 2012, 05:13
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New parts arrived
"race weight" oval wings


Very good quality, it even has the hump at the runningboard



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