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zen December 12th 2004 11:18

euro water-cooler pics
 
so as much as we love our air, most are doing something in the euro water-pumpers as well. be it a daily driver or just the need to spread your hobby, i'm betting alomst everyone on here has a sweet water-pumper with equally interesting mods. so let's see some pics!!!!!!!! give some details on your ride too.

i will start it out. here is the wife's car. bought it from ABD Racing. they built it as a parts hanger and we were in need of a car and i was knee deep in my bug. so made sense. they did some quality work. was featured in European Car and Euro Tuner. Mods details can be seen here.

http://www.theartofzen.com/motorsports/passat2002.jpg

and here is my 951. no major mods. just a Stage 2 Authority chip. most likely more to come if it doesn't sell soon.
http://www.theartofzen.com/motorsports/951-1.jpg

NYBugman1972 December 12th 2004 21:18

I daily drive a mostly stock (for now) 2000 New Beetle 1.8T.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...e.jpg~original

It will end up looking something like this photoshop I did...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...t.jpg~original

I also plan on chipping the ECU as well as doing some more suspension mods. Read more about it on NewBeetle.org

Hey Zen, that's a heck of a Passat you've got there!

boblebaard December 13th 2004 04:53

I have posted pictures of both my cars on the readers rides topic...
Will post somtehing here later, when the stereo is finnished in the New Beetle. :)

boblebaard December 18th 2004 19:02

Pictures....

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...9.jpg~original

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...5.jpg~original

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...4.jpg~original

This it not mine, but you`ll see why I posted it. This caar is cool!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...d.jpg~original

NYBugman1972 December 18th 2004 20:50

Holy crap that's a sick New Beetle :eek: I just love the Projeckt Zwo kit. Too bad it's not being brought into the US anymore :( Oh, and that 1303 isn't bad either ;)

boblebaard December 19th 2004 15:13

Thanx!

You could take a look at the bodykit from Caractere...

http://www.aiwana.com

hybrid_john December 19th 2004 17:55

NICE! I love the Beetle's I would love to part in the van.......what a tailgater that would be! :haveadrin :drunk: :puke: :righton:

boblebaard December 19th 2004 18:45

I took a few pictures of these cars on my vacation on Iceland this summer.
44" tyres were quite common over there!!

Here are a few more!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...8.jpg~original

boblebaard December 19th 2004 18:48

.... and then some........

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...e.jpg~original

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...e.jpg~original

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...8.jpg~original

NYBugman1972 December 19th 2004 19:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by boblebaard
Thanx!

You could take a look at the bodykit from Caractere...

http://www.aiwana.com

The Caractere kit is great, but I don't think i'm going to put any bodykit on my car, at least not anytime soon. I've even found a FMIC that will fit behind the stock bumper. Not really going for a sleeper look, just a "less is more" approach. Then again, more is more also ;)

boblebaard December 20th 2004 04:28

ABD Racng has a lot of performance parts for the 1,8T engine, including a FMIC! http://www.abdracing.com

Dahlback has a lot of goodies as well!

www.audituning.com

Baard

NYBugman1972 December 20th 2004 09:30

Dahlback is really starting to pick up in the USA, especially their ECU tuning. Some people have recently tested their intake manifold on a dyno with some very good results :)

boblebaard December 20th 2004 17:32

Dahlback is one of the big tuners here in Scandinavia, but there are several other tuners with cars that are even faster! (Loads of rice unfortunately) ;)


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