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    yo yo yo Vdub thread!!!!

    for all you VW people out there who rock an mtb post your pics bike and car please show your VW love (as soon as i get my bike back i shall post some pics i snapped my chainstay so it could be awhile but its warranty so its good till then)
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    09 Specialized Rockhopper Comp 29-er (with broken rear derailleur)
    08 Passat wagon 2.0T, 6MT with:
    APR Stage 1, EVOMS intake, Hella Smoked Euro Tails, Driver Gear Springs with Bilstein Sports, and other mods I don't feel like listing.

    and on top of the car, is a '10 Specialized Secteur Elite

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    Holding this space for when my 2010 Golf Sportwagen TDI shows up. Can't wait!

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    FYI - The Ride w/ the Ride!! (Vdub content)

    Quite a few VW pics in there already.

    All I have is a pic of the roof of my 01 Passat:

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    My 2008 R32
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    my bug, with my XC and DH bike... XC'ing in the morning and then DHing in the afternoon

    mtb all day long....







    the heckler, now it has a full X.9 kit, thomson and easton components...



    I no longer have this bike but....




    oh! and btw: The Ride w/ the Ride!! (Vdub content)
    Languages spoken: bicyclish, spanish and a bit of english
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    i am digging the bugs
    life is short STUNT IT!
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    Yeah, me too...

    Quote Originally Posted by blooregard
    i am digging the bugs
    and now I'm dreaming of a sweet Westy. I might actually seriously consider one if I get the time, parking space and money to sink into it.... convert it to a 1.8t or a 2.0 Golf engine. Those wasserboxers are krapp.

    Somebody else's syncro converted to a 1.8l turbo.

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    This guy converted his Westy, and says he gets better gas mileage, and double the power. I wonder if the driveline can handle the extra torque. They aren't super durable to begin with.

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    '07 Rabbit:



    '04.5 Passat Wagon that I just sold last week:



    Currently trying to find an MK2 or MK3 Jetta or 4-door Golf to replace my Passat. If anyone knows of one in the SE...let me know.
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    ok so here are my children
    and btws i just got the bike back and i think its too small for me now :/
    if i could upload the pics
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    Nice V-Dubs.

    As soon as I can find a pic, I'll add my '73 Thing. It was an everyday car for 9 years, while I was in high school and college, but now it's in the garage waiting for me to restore her.

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    The Passat from Inglostadt.

    Quote Originally Posted by blooregard
    for all you VW people out there who rock an mtb post your pics bike and car please show your VW love (as soon as i get my bike back i shall post some pics i snapped my chainstay so it could be awhile but its warranty so its good till then)
    This is kind of a VW, isn't it?

    <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/PtrRkzxj5GZ_F9gNuqZzng?feat=embedwebsite"><img src="http://lh4.ggpht.com/_zZ7tZYTZu1o/S8lpBnjAUAI/AAAAAAAANmo/UF6lIQmvNdw/s800/IMG_0144.JPG" /></a>

    <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/PLv9iH02BMLqjAP5eh2dmQ?feat=embedwebsite"><img src="http://lh3.ggpht.com/_zZ7tZYTZu1o/S1qrwBkY7uI/AAAAAAAAMZQ/PPWYkyYvZaA/s800/IMG_0161.JPG" /></a>

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    used to lug the bikes around on this:

    1996 GTI

    <a href="http://s625.photobucket.com/albums/tt336/krand422/?action=view&current=P1010822.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i625.photobucket.com/albums/tt336/krand422/P1010822.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

    now i lug them around in this:

    2008 R32

    <a href="http://s625.photobucket.com/albums/tt336/krand422/?action=view&current=P1010734.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i625.photobucket.com/albums/tt336/krand422/P1010734.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>
    my other ride is an ice-cream truck.

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    Nice!

    I drove a '96 GTi forever. I bought it in 99 with 40k miles on it, and ran it up to 230k miles before I sold it last December to get my A4.

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    Diesel

    An '03 New Beetle TDI I recently traded in for an '09 Jetta Sportwagen (non TDI.)

    Lost some gas mileage (38 mpg compared to 23 - 25), but gained a whole lot more space and comfort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toph17
    used to lug the bikes around on this:

    1996 GTI

    <a href="http://s625.photobucket.com/albums/tt336/krand422/?action=view&current=P1010822.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i625.photobucket.com/albums/tt336/krand422/P1010822.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

    Nice! For whatever reason the MK3 is the only Golf that looks good with the Jetta lights/grill/hood.

    I tried to find a MK3 to replace my B5.5 wagon but came up empty handed. Ended up with a Mazda 5 instead. It is great for biking and whatnot but I'm bummed that I'm not sporting a VW. At least I still get to drive the wife's MK5 every once in a while.
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    Here's my '73 Thing. It's stored in the garage right now. Hopefully I'll get motivated to restore it one day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ksturner3
    Here's my '73 Thing. It's stored in the garage right now. Hopefully I'll get motivated to restore it one day.

    Wow. You must live in the southwest or some place that never sees snow...Where I come from those things didn't last 2 winters.

    It looks to be in good shape though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopartodd
    Wow. You must live in the southwest or some place that never sees snow...Where I come from those things didn't last 2 winters.

    It looks to be in good shape though.

    Note the Texas license plate

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    What is your opinion on bike roof racks for a jetta 1.8t mk4?? Are the thule aero bars worth the added cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtap1
    What is your opinion on bike roof racks for a jetta 1.8t mk4?? Are the thule aero bars worth the added cost?
    I had the aftermarket Thule on my olf MK4 Golf. The fit pads fit like crap, which allowed a lot of dirt to get underneath. Next up, the bar the slides over the pin on the roof, can be a PITA to install.

    Get the OE Votex ones. You'll be happier, minus the extra work to install a fairing.

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    Spamming a friend's stuff.....

    My wife and I have an 04 Passat V6 4Motion wagon....

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    ^^^ Still uncool.


    01 Golf TDi - Chip and Injectors 145 Wheel HP 250 Wheel TQ

    Now Lifted. Was 3" Below Stock now 3" above stock.
    8" Ground clearance to the Aluminum Skid Plate.
    M&S Tires on 15" Wheels with Mud Flaps. (not pictured)




    Use to look like - 18" Aristos (R32)

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    Looks like a Tiguan... Only worse....
    Love the last photo that you posted though...
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    18's on a daily driver that goes off road for Mt. Biking all the time was just too impractical. I miss the cornering but it was only decent anyways compared to most of my other Dubs.

    I can just run over anything I want now, cornering sucks but mobbing it is great. Just wish it was AWD, even that fake Haldex crap the R32 gets.

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    Don't want to take the (old) thread in the wrong direction.... as it seems that I did by my above post....
    but the new FXD (Gen V) system seems to be getting pretty good press.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toph17
    used to lug the bikes around on this:

    1996 GTI



    now i lug them around in this:

    2008 R32

    The only new car I have ever driven that I instantly wanted. Maybe in 10 years.
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    it is a VDUB thread but there are forums for that too
    life is short STUNT IT!
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    Nice
    15mm is a second-best solution to a problem that was already solved.

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    Here is a shot of my old VW. Decided to buy a house and so it went. Miss that old dog! It was fun to shuttle in
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    Enjoy every ride!

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    heres the wifes '04 jetta wagon all loaded up for a few days up in santa cruz - its impossible to drive big sur without stopping at least once

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/culturesponge/4887013515/" title="driving Big Sur to Santa Cruz - 03.08.10 #1667 v2 by culturesponge, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4138/4887013515_ee22f283fd_b.jpg" width="1024" height="601" alt="driving Big Sur to Santa Cruz - 03.08.10 #1667 v2" /></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/culturesponge/4887219511/" title="driving Big Sur to Santa Cruz - 03.08.10 #1677 v2 by culturesponge, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4117/4887219511_557013622b_b.jpg" width="1024" height="684" alt="driving Big Sur to Santa Cruz - 03.08.10 #1677 v2" /></a>
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    Here’s mine… well technically I built it for my wife. Never hauled my bike in it tho.





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    Any TDI owners? I'd love to hear some honest non fanatical TDI reviews of reliability.

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    01 Golf TDi

    Currently has a lift and hauls 5 bikes.

    With 5 People. 5 Bikes. Ice Chest. Gear. Up mountains.
    32mpg

    Without both racks and only 2 people.
    47mpg average

    Best EVER 52mpg over 800 miles in 1 tank.

    Mods: Chip & PP520 Injectors. Lift.


    Reliability: In the last 60,000 miles 2.5 years (Currently 168,000)

    Brake Booster Failed. 2 Hours to fix $75 part.
    Check Engine Light is on for a N75 Valve but I don't want to replace it because its $100 and works fine.
    Front wheel bearing: $100 and a Pain in the A$$.

    All I do if I can help it are oil changes and big things like timing belts when needed. (100,000 mile timing belts)

    I'll always own a VW TDi. Always.





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    Quote Originally Posted by All_talk
    Here’s mine… well technically I built it for my wife. Never hauled my bike in it tho.





    Gary
    Very nice!!
    I had a '68, and I miss driving that thing. The wife had a '64 Ghia. They were great projects. Unfortunately, we had to sell them as we were moving cross country and couldn't take them with us.

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    My 1961 Beetle...




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    Quote Originally Posted by pbbreath
    01 Golf TDi

    Currently has a lift and hauls 5 bikes.

    With 5 People. 5 Bikes. Ice Chest. Gear. Up mountains.
    32mpg

    Without both racks and only 2 people.
    47mpg average

    Best EVER 52mpg over 800 miles in 1 tank.

    Mods: Chip & PP520 Injectors. Lift.


    Reliability: In the last 60,000 miles 2.5 years (Currently 168,000)

    Brake Booster Failed. 2 Hours to fix $75 part.
    Check Engine Light is on for a N75 Valve but I don't want to replace it because its $100 and works fine.
    Front wheel bearing: $100 and a Pain in the A$$.

    All I do if I can help it are oil changes and big things like timing belts when needed. (100,000 mile timing belts)

    I'll always own a VW TDi. Always.

    Metalnerd 2" lift kit?

    I had PP764 with Aligator tune and VNT-17 upgrade

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    Lovin' the vintage VWs!! They all look clean.
    You guys are making me miss my old beater.

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    I recognize a few vehicles from TDIClub, well i am another from TDIClub and Vortex, And here is the ride.

    99.5 Jetta TDI 244k miles

    Rocketchip stage 3 (installed at 80k)
    PP520 injectors (installed at 80k)
    VR6 Clutch

    Many others, those are the important mods

    heres some pics:



    Wolfsburg's are getting refinished and will be back on...

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    Specialized 08 FSR XC Comp: OEM
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    Yo yo yo, I rock a 411:



    ...Rrrrriiiiight...

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    Sweet Wagens guys! I've seen some vintage aircooled and modern watercooled, but no vintage watercooled? Don't fear, Will is here!




    and our Passat



    btw TedNugent, I'm digging the rear fog on your Variant. I put Euro tails on but only the outers. Gonna get a rear fog soon though

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    Quote Originally Posted by [dB]Will
    Sweet Wagens guys! I've seen some vintage aircooled and modern watercooled, but no vintage watercooled? Don't fear, Will is here!




    and our Passat



    btw TedNugent, I'm digging the rear fog on your Variant. I put Euro tails on but only the outers. Gonna get a rear fog soon though
    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebronze
    Any TDI owners? I'd love to hear some honest non fanatical TDI reviews of reliability.
    I've been a dubber/rider for a long time now. I'm currently saving for a new tdi, hope to order it in the spring of 2011. You can't go wrong imo with that great gas mileage, reliability & torque. The new golf tdi's are legit, and I find myself daydreaming about owning one. I just sold my mkv gti show/go car so I almost have the $.
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    Yeah, you seen this?

    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull592
    I've been a dubber/rider for a long time now. I'm currently saving for a new tdi, hope to order it in the spring of 2011. You can't go wrong imo with that great gas mileage, reliability & torque. The new golf tdi's are legit, and I find myself daydreaming about owning one. I just sold my mkv gti show/go car so I almost have the $.
    Pretty dang sweet. A3 is based on the Golf platform. Pretty much the same car except for some sheet metal styling, features and interior.

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    I wish it came in a stick and quattro like it does in Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pimpbot
    Pretty dang sweet. A3 is based on the Golf platform. Pretty much the same car except for some sheet metal styling, features and interior.

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    I wish it came in a stick and quattro like it does in Europe.
    I love the A3 tdi as well. I wouldn't mind owning one. I think for me The vw is a better dd, because I'll also be driving the car to work etc... I have a long commute almost 100 miles a day on average. I'm not sure of the A3 tdi pricing, though I'm sure it's much more than the vw, but I know you can get the s-line/titanium package with the tdi which adds the led's which are so sweet, but in the end I'll be going with the golf. "Porsche taste, on a vw budget" Some people I know are hitting over 55mpg on the highway, that's me all day. Here's my mkv gti I just sold to fund my new tdi:


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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert
    Very nice!

    Thank you sir! The GTI has come a long way since I first got her



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    I work at a VW dealership and have become quite fond of the TDI Jetta Sport Wagons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kris
    Holding this space for when my 2010 Golf Sportwagen TDI shows up. Can't wait!

    How is your high pressure fuel pump holding up? HPFP for short. There's been some talk on TDI club about them grenading and stalling the motor dangerously. VW is not warrantying some of the customers that lose theirs, to the tune of $6000 to $10,000 to fix it at customer expense.

    Please, save all receipts for fuel ups and always pay attention 100% when refueling that you use diesel, and not gasoline. Look at the button, not the color of the pump handle, always, to confirm you are pumping gas, not diesel. VW is in denial about this problem currently, NHSTA has been just starting to get involved, there may be a possible class action lawsuit.

    http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=277993

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9GUY9
    I work at a VW dealership and have become quite fond of the TDI Jetta Sport Wagons.
    Will you still be fond when you get a $10,000 repair bill for a HPFP that grenades and shrapnels/contamintates your whole fuel system? May or may not get covered under warranty, VW seems to like to deny warranty work, and blame the customer for "contaminated fuel". This is not FUD, it's unsafe if the motor stalls on you with no warning whatsoever, and your car is down for 2 to 3 weeks because they don't have the parts in stock.

    http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=286380

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