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Modding List Update - October 24 2019 Edited Performance: (503WHP & 644NM) -TurboTechnics V5 Turbo -TurboTechnics LHD Intake Pipe -RacingLine Oil Catch Can System -RacingLine R600 Intake System -Fluidampr Crank Pulley -APR High Pressure Fuel Pump -APR Intercooler System -APR Silicone Boost Hoses -Aquamist HFS4 Meth System Direct Port Injection -HurricaneSport Catless Downpipe -Volkswagen Akrapovic Titanium axleback -PagParts Walbro 525LPH Low Pressure Fuel Pump -Torqbyte PM4 High Power LPFP Controller -LiteBlox LB26XX LiFePO4 Lightweight Battery -KakaRakis Performance Billet Intake Manifold -Grams 70mm Larger Throttle Body Software: -HurricaneSport ECU Stage3 Tune -HurricaneSport TCU Stage3 Tune -United Motorsport Haldex Tune Interior: -EZT Carbon/Napa Edition Steering Wheel -Corbeau RRS Seats -BFI DSG Knob -LEYO DSG Shift Paddle -AEM Boost Gauge -Aquamist Meth Flow Gauge -Aquamist 10L Internally Baffled Tank Chassis: -KW DCC -Eibach Front & Rear Sway bar -APR MQB Pendulum Mount ***APR S01 Forged 19" Wheels*** ***Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 5 19" tires*** ***KYO-EI Ti64 Wheel Bolts*** Braking: -Alcon Car89 Brake System 380mm Discs -Rear 370mm Discs upgrade Exterior: -Maxton Design Full Body Kit Hello everyone, This is Scott from Taiwan 😀 I am here since January but was just lurking around and watching everybody's build thread. After 4 months waiting, dealer told me the car has finally arrived and asked me if I would like to see the car before the official pick-up date, it was really excited for me so I went to the dealer.... Car Spec: LapizBlue | 7-Speed DSG (DQ381) | DCC | Dynaudio | Pretonia |ACC My previous car is AUDI A3 Sportback 2.0T FWD DSG, and was running Pagpart's EFR7163 big turbo kit that made 530WHP & 660NM. The reason I got rid of my 7163 A3 is because I would like to play something different but AWD car, running big power 530WHP on a FWD car was really really terrible once WOT, kind of scary to drive the car at that time.
I'm about to get a Golf R so one of the questions is should I get the Pretoria wheels? I love their looks but if I'll drop in a BBK and I'll end up replacing them with ultraleggeras or something aftermarket it doesn't makes sense to spend the extra money twice. Spacers I will not run. So it all boils down to: - Alcons - VWR - any other respectable bbk bbks fitment behind them without spacers.