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VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT B6 07 Suspension

Hey guys so i havent seen any aftermarket suspension parts for the 07 passats yet. First of all do they make them yet and if so where is a good place to buy them. I mean for sway bars mounts control arms etc. not springs. has anyone done any or have any recommendations thanks

Originally Posted by RedWolfsburg Hey guys so i havent seen any aftermarket suspension parts for the 07 passats yet. First of all do they make them yet and if so where is a good place to buy them. I mean for sway bars mounts control arms etc. not springs. has anyone done any or have any recommendations thanks The rear swaybar is the same as the Mk V jettaRabbitwhatever. So you have the upgrade right

VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT B6 Suspension DIY

I am going to install some new suspension goodies on my 07 2.0t 6 speed manual variant. I am looking for a good DIY wpics. I really want to do it myself. Help me out if you can. Michael

Just an update. I did the install and hours later did the removal. I broke the myth on a variant I think. MKV stuff is NOT a direct swap. Even though curb weight on the jetta and passat are not much different the rear springs were to low even on the highest setting. I machined a spacer to raise the perch but after installing it. I thought to myself if something goes wrong and I injure my family or

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VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT B5 Info forum update

as most of you know we need to update the info forum. got write ups or good linkspost them up in this thread and i will get it updated. here are my years on here bookmarks enjoy and when ya see a n00bjust give them this link lol big thank you to the people who took the time to make these and if you have a problem with me having it here just let me know. parts links Daniel Stern Lighting Consultancy

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VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT B5 What size spacer will I need.....Vision Vs on a B5 4 Mo

This is for all you stance freaks...Im looking to put a set of Vision Vs (17x7 et 54) from a MK5 jetta on my B5 4Mo Wagon. It will require spacers (I bolted them up and they rub suspension front and rear). I will be doing control arms and H&Rs (1.2ish drop). Hellaflush is not an option poke isnt gonna happen either lookin for suggestion on spacer size front and rear. Pics are always sweet to look at if you got em

NISSAN I Drive A Versa Because I CHOOSE To

When we went shopping for a new car this time around we researched and test drove more vehicles than for any previous transportation Ive owned. The vehicle I had coming off lease was a turbocharged 2003 Chrysler PT Dream Cruiser (a VERY rare model and a blast to drive). Every vehicle was test driven a night in the country to evaluate headlight effectiveness and interior visibility. Some vehicles have

each side and it is impossible to activate both elements simultaneously for any length of time without burning up the bulb. However the reflector is designed in such a way that they offer pretty decent vision (even illumination as well as light out to the sides) on low beam which is the way we drive about 95% of the time anyway. My bet is that the jetta will have superior lighting. Certainly the volkswagen

JEEP WRANGLER II TJ FEBRUARY TJ of THE MONTH CONTEST VOTE NOW THE CONTEST HAS STARTED

Its that time again Vote and dont forget to crawl this Do NOT post until you see all 10 entries thanks

birt birth of an off road demon that had been itching to escape for years. I drive this jeep to work every day as well as haul the groceries on the weekend. I can clean it up for a night on the town or get down and dirty in the mud and rocks at play time. cvisinho Chris Visinho Username cvisinho I acquired this jeep about 1.5 yrs ago and I blame it all on my old part time YJ. I was always into volkswagens

AUDI A4 B5 Drag race or Auto X

Alright guys and girls this thread is more or less me thinking out loud and wanting to get some of your thoughts Ok here is where I am I want to race simple and easy. Ricky Bobby said it perfect when he said I wanna go fast. So here is what Ive been tossing around either Drag or Auto X. Now the great thing about Audi is the handling which is good in both I have 1 local 18 strip and Norwalk Raceway

emissions compliant - High-flow catalytic converters (no test pipes) - must be within 6 inches of factory location - Engine computers (PCMECU) reprogrammed - Shifter kits - Accessory drive pulleys - Motor mounts (non-metallic) - Boost controllers are NOT allowed (manual electronic ECU-based or otherwise) - Example of included cars Audi A4 1.8T and TT (non-quattro) Mazda 323 GT and GTX (AWD) volkswagen

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