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  1. There's a small torx screw (a 25 I think), which you unscrew on your inner arches, then the canards have sticky tape attached to them. Remove screw, clean arch lip, fit, put back in screw. Will take you 2 minutes tops.
  2. Can still buy them from VW, £12 each I'm sure.
  3. Good video. A bit of thought and effort went into it clearly
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    Aliexpress

    That's a good idea! Never thought of that. I'll give some local ones a try
  5. Has anybody with a bought one of the alcantara steering wheel covers that you stitch on yourself? There are a few different brands on the Aliexpress website and I would like to buy one that's been tried and recommended. Thanks
  6. Has anybody with a MK6 bought one of the alcantara steering wheel covers that you stitch on yourself? There are a few different ones on the Aliexpress website and I would like to buy one that's been tried and recommended. I'd love buy one from Royal but he doesn't have a MK6 wheel to do an exchange with unfortunately.
  7. I've been having the same problems myself. VW turned the sensitivity down but it still kept happening. Apparently double clicking the lock key deactivates the interior sensors, but I just hit the wee button next to the door pillar every time I leave the car parked, and I'm lucky that I don't actually need to lock/ arm it at house because 2/3/4am alarm wake up calls became very tiring. Was tempted to park it in the harbor one night!
  8. Stoo

    DL10 ZDP

    Seems cheap, and looks really nice. Leather door cards with cloth seats, is that normal?
  9. My arches are the same. 19's from factory. Already spoken to VW bodyshop about it, and probably getting done under the 10 year corrosion warranty. I say probably because we haven't sent the claim off yet as I've only had the car since September. They knock back a lot of claims if the car has recently had a change of owner because so many people were buying them, getting warranty bodywork done, then selling the car. Ideally best to wait a minimum of 6 months before attempting a claim and then says the rust has came through quite aggressively in the past few months.
  10. I see a red MK7 fairly often around Troon. Looks (and sounds) highly modified. Also saw a modified white one today. Different alloys, v low, exhaust etc. looked really nice.
  11. Got a video this morning. It's slightly easier to hear around the 30 second mark. Pretty much went away after end of video.
  12. I went from a 5 door to a 3 door and wish I hadn't. Not only do I prefer the look of the 5 door, it's a lot more practical (for me).
  13. I don't, but I'll try and get one later. I was out there trying to locate it again. Car warm now, so no noise. Sounds like it's very close to the alternator. Oil change makes no difference to mine either. Thanks
  14. Has anyone experienced this? Only on cold start and 99% goes away after 1-2 minutes of driving. Rattle from engine bay, drivers side. It's not the belt or a pulley as had the cover off and inspected with engine running, I've also removed the aux belt and ran car so it's not that either. Any ideas?
  15. That's not the Forge intake. It says it's the Volant in the picture.
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