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Porra46

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  1. Yes it will!! Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk
  2. That is my car. Had a set of Pretorias on before going back to my OZ Ultraleggeras. Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk
  3. are they genuine pretoria wheels you have fitted

  4. Howzit mate! Haven't been on this forum for a while... Busy with marriage plans and stuff. And work been keeping me very busy, In terms of everyday driveability. You can't go wrong with APR's Stage 3 kit. The hardware, the tune. It all just works. No surging. No niggles. No hiccups. I've been driving the car for 2 years now. And to top it off, I'm still on the stock DSG clutchpacks too. I want to upgrade to APR's new clutchpacks they have, but with money being saved for the wedding, it will have to wait a bit. A good DSG flash will be required though and I mean a good one if you are re
  5. Made some collaged vids of my R's acceleration and how it has progressed from Stage 2+ to Stage 3. The left side is Stage 2+ running the 104RON program. The right side is Stage 3 running the 95RON program. Launch video https://youtu.be/L6AkOgZajc4 100+ rolling video https://youtu.be/z7X_jCFSKcs
  6. Thanks man!! Practically no lag compared to the K04. I don't really notice a difference. The kit really is engineered well. And makes power all the way to the top!
  7. Little video of how my R's acceleration has progressed. From Stage 2+ on 104 program to Stage 3 using the 95 program Even just on 95, my car is seriously strong on top now. https://youtu.be/aQgFNvOjHPw
  8. Browsing one of the vagoc.co.uk forums... Came across a build thread where a guy installed the alloy rear subframe off a Mk5 R32 on his Mk6. Not much data is given and he doesn't reply to the thread or PMs anymore. Anyone here gone this route? Really much lighter? Will it be easy to install with minimal modification? Still looking at ways to make my R lighter...
  9. Very nice! I am contemplating end links for my R myself as well as all the superpro bushes for the rear. Even contemplating the superpro front arms because of the integrated ALK. They really make some nice parts!
  10. Thanks Gaz! Does look very similar. Depending on the amount of sun or shade hitting the wheel makes it flip colour The wheels are OZ Racing Ultraleggera, 19x8, ET45
  11. Collected my refurbished wheels from HiTech Mag Repairs. And got to fitting them to my R. And took her for a drive. Some snaps of the new wheels on my R.
  12. Hey Alan!! Brakes are practically perfect. I have no issues. Stopping power from cold and brakes haven't faded either. The Endless pads are 100 times milder on my rotors. In fact I have no issues with them at all. The brakes also cool down well cause they are directionally veined and cross drilled. The screws by the hats are pretty good. The rear discs are still the old I purchased with my first front set and there is still no traces of rust.
  13. I do know that APR have released new DSG software that increases clamping pressure. They are also in the process of releasing their own DSG clutchpacks soon. These packs were apparantly fitted to this Stage 3+ Golf R
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