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  1. @[email protected] are you guys still up and running ? And if so do you have any self tune modules left ? I have a few questions too, should I PM you ? Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  2. Yeah, you need an OPF delete but from what I can see that inbolves the downpipe mate.
  3. I can't find the exact one I have ,but this is the closest ! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/283667820241 Remeber if your car is a post WLTP car it doesnt have a resonator so these wont work for you.
  4. For my two peneth, on the 7.5 (assuming its a dsg) then the non drone expensive ones arent needed. I have a £50 one, has a bend as opposed to welds so is very simple. Fitted like a glove and again came with the clamp. The drone that alot suffer with is generally due to the rpm at motorway cruise speeds. On the manual and the older 6spd dsg it gives noticable drone, but the 7spd drops the revs by enough that the drone isnt there at motorway speeds. My wife is the same as yours and hates loud exhausts and she hasn't complained once, and we've been to the Ardeche in it and the Alps. Best mod for the money, and they should have sounded like this from the factory.
  5. I don't think it will. The 7.5 has different tailpipe centres so doesnt fit mk7. The Akra was only an option on the 7.5 so unless you modify it, it wont go.
  6. @[email protected] out of interest, on a Mk7.5 is a TCU map needed on stage 2 ? Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  7. I run them on my mk7.5 too, and they are brilliant. Subtle drop, and not much stiffer than stock. Just right 👍
  8. I dunno, £80 for the pair ? I'll go get some pics of em and post them up. Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  9. Where abouts are you Barry ? I've just yesterday taken 4 off my car (2 were shot) and have 2 with about 4mm on them. I'm surrey based👍
  10. For what its worth, I came from an A45 AMG and would never go back. I got the whole "downgrade" thing from many people, but the golf is so much better than the A45. It drives better, its more comfy (at least with DCC), has way more tech, is just as fast, and is way better on fuel. The only 3 things I miss are, massive brakes( but only for the look, the golfs are good enough for rd use), the wingback seats (although the golfs are more comfy) and lastly the badge appeal. That last one really is my kids talking as tbry liked us having a "Merc" rather than a Vdub. Personally I don't care, but there is the odd occasion where the badge snobbery comes in handy [emoji1787] Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  11. Easily as good as OE. Really are good. I'd expect that they wouldnt hold up on track for long though, but for me the lower dust levals compared to OE and the lack of track use makes them perfect. Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  12. Those pads are 100% EBC as they are the only brand I know of that use that "break in coating". My Redstuffs with EBC discs are proving to very good. Much more bite than stock, and very little dust. I'd expect the Mountune omes to be very good for the road too [emoji106] Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  13. Sadly there isnt really any miracle product out there. I wish there was. Best advice is to do exactly what you are planning and snow foam it twice and make sure to let it dwell for a good amount of time. Then 2bw making sure to rinse after smaller areas than perhaps you normally would to ensure the mitt is kept as clean as possible. And obviously start on the cleanest parts of the vehicle first (usualy the top), leaving the areas begind the front wheels, and the boot area until last. Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  14. I've had the same set of PS4S's on for about 3 years now, and have covered around 17k on them. They have about 3-4mm of tread o them now, and over the last few weeks I have noticed that the fronts slip a bit more than they did. Its not major, and once thw haldex does its thing all is well. I had thought it was the drop in temps, but I havent notices it in previous years. I wonder if its a combination of the temps, and them being worn. In every other situation, warm, wet etc they are brilliant tyres, and I wouldnt hesitate to get them again.
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