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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #80 on: Dec 12, 16, 23:39 »
Did you remove the plasti-dip ?
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #81 on: Dec 13, 16, 07:58 »
Did you remove the plasti-dip ?

Yes, definitely not for me. I didn't enjoy it at all especially taking it off. Atleast I can say I've done it before
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #82 on: Dec 13, 16, 16:29 »
I can't really see but I think it says bc. Anyone know?
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #83 on: Dec 13, 16, 17:14 »
Looks like LBS car. That car was build in like 2000/1
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #84 on: Dec 14, 16, 07:35 »
100% Jason's car
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #85 on: Dec 14, 16, 11:35 »
Me vr6 project

Stoked that you bought it, but was secretly hoping it would get parted out. Local Mk3 parts classys are a wasteland. I wanted the coils and exhaust.

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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #86 on: Dec 14, 16, 14:03 »
Stoked that you bought it, but was secretly hoping it would get parted out. Local Mk3 parts classys are a wasteland. I wanted the coils and exhaust.

Thanks!
Yes I'm stoked to start on a project. Being as it's my first vr6 I'm gonna try and get it clean as I possibly can. In the near future once it's all cleaned and majority of the parts replaced. Turbo kit is something to think about.
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #87 on: Dec 14, 16, 14:14 »
Buy Gerg's kit - it's sooo cheap and nearly complete.

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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #88 on: Dec 14, 16, 14:19 »
Buy Gerg's kit - it's sooo cheap and nearly complete.

I know I've been watching it lol maybe if it's still available in the next month or two will jump on that.
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #89 on: Dec 28, 16, 22:13 »
moar
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #90 on: Feb 11, 17, 10:51 »
I'm coming up on 7 years of ownership of my 96 GTI VR6!
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #91 on: Feb 11, 17, 10:59 »
My daily.
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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #92 on: Feb 11, 17, 11:07 »
cool - your GTI looks to have gone through several phases. The variant is dope - RHD?

I've been thinking about dual rounds in the spring.

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Re: Dubberz Mk3 Enthusiast Thread
« Reply #93 on: Feb 11, 17, 11:17 »
Yes the GTI has definitely seen some changes over the years. And yes the variant is RHD automatic 2.0L. Just a good practical daily and super good on gas!
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