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Irish Edition 30 - 419
« on: May 10, 2021, 11:16:04 pm »
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Picked up this 2 owner 75K miles manual edition 30 last weekend and absolutely loving it.

It’s had a tonne of work done to it:

Engine and Transmission

Full Miltek turbo back exhaust with sports cat
ITG Maxogen CAI system with evolution motorsport air box
Piper cross cold air feed
Forge re-circulating dump valve
Forge silicon and DV hoses
Forge silicone throttle body hose
Neuspeed Hi-Flow turbo discharge pipe
Neuspeed Hi-Flow intercooler pipe
Forge Catch Can and washer bottle relocation
Auto tech hpfp
RS4 FPRV
THS Intercooler
Neuspeed power pulley
NGK spark plugs
Okada projects coil packs
VWR uprated engine and gearbox mount
ECS billet oil filter housing
R8 oil cap
R8 coolant cap
J-Caps dipstick cover
ZF Sachs fast road clutch
ZF Sachs lightened flywheel
THS Quickshift

Chassis

Compete front Superpro bush kit
Whiteline anti lift kit
Whiteline rear anti roll bar
Neuspeed rear drop links
H&R Ultralows
MK7 R front brakes
R32 Rear calipers
Neuspeed braided brake lines
19 VW Motorsports

Exterior

Genuine Xenons
Custom painted scuttle panel
Gloss black wing mirror covers
OSIR carbon fibre rear spoiler
Stubby aerial
Rear wiper delete


Interior

Full white interior LED bulbs
New south indigo boost gauge and vent pod
MK7 GTI Clubsport Steering Wheel
RNS 510
Pioneer door speakers
Centre Console, armrest and door handles covered in Alcantara
Brushed aluminium headlight, mirror and petrol cap switches
Osir dead pedal
Aluminium ashtray
Aluminium climatronic ring surrounds

Car came on 18” Team Dynamics which were changed for 19” VW motorsports and Michelin PS4S

Next up was to retrofit Bluetooth, picked up a Fiscon basic plus and had a new steering wheel module fitted to allow the mk7 buttons to work and to allow cruise control from the mk7 buttons

Coilovers will need to changed at some point car is raised to its highest setting and it’s still running too low for a daily.


















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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2021, 09:14:45 am »
That is very sorted, just needs driving.

What did you do with the team dynamics?

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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2021, 09:21:37 am »
Lovely car mate!

Very good spec.

Great plate too!

Any other plans for it other than changing the coilovers?
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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2021, 10:15:39 am »
That is very sorted, just needs driving.

What did you do with the team dynamics?

Thanks ! Exactly first csr I've bought that I don't need to do anything to 😂

Team dynamics went on a friends mk6 R

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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2021, 10:17:50 am »
Lovely car mate!

Very good spec.

Great plate too!



Any other plans for it other than changing the coilovers?

Thanks man !

I know love the plate pitty I cant keep it

Will look at retrofitting washers and levelling sensors, eventually look at getting wingbacks and a rear seat delete 😅

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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #5 on: May 11, 2021, 11:21:57 pm »
Great looking car with some nice bits done to it. How come you can’t keep the number plate?

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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #6 on: May 11, 2021, 11:32:32 pm »
Great looking car with some nice bits done to it. How come you can’t keep the number plate?

Thanks man, car was out of MOT when I purchased it and wouldn't have been able to organise getting it re MOT'd before the car needed to be VRT'd (registration tax) in Ireland.

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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #7 on: May 12, 2021, 10:53:10 am »
Great looking car with some nice bits done to it. How come you can’t keep the number plate?

Thanks man, car was out of MOT when I purchased it and wouldn't have been able to organise getting it re MOT'd before the car needed to be VRT'd (registration tax) in Ireland.

Who owns the plate? I’m interested haha!

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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #8 on: May 12, 2021, 11:18:22 am »
Great looking car with some nice bits done to it. How come you can’t keep the number plate?

Thanks man, car was out of MOT when I purchased it and wouldn't have been able to organise getting it re MOT'd before the car needed to be VRT'd (registration tax) in Ireland.

Who owns the plate? I’m interested haha!

V5 was marked as export so I think the DVLA take the plate back and sell it on......not 100% sure though.

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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #9 on: May 12, 2021, 01:29:29 pm »
Great looking car with some nice bits done to it. How come you can’t keep the number plate?

Thanks man, car was out of MOT when I purchased it and wouldn't have been able to organise getting it re MOT'd before the car needed to be VRT'd (registration tax) in Ireland.

Who owns the plate? I’m interested haha!

V5 was marked as export so I think the DVLA take the plate back and sell it on......not 100% sure though.

I’d love to know 😜 it’s not on DVLA atm

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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #10 on: May 12, 2021, 02:29:01 pm »
@g30ed I did PM you but not sure if you can see them yet. Are you able to login to the DVLA and see or request the v750 for the plate to either sell or put on your car?

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Re: Irish Edition 30 - 419
« Reply #11 on: May 25, 2021, 07:21:55 pm »
Nice spec mate.

I like the wheel fitment on the team dynamics- how much is it lowered by do you know?