Wingback Gti's, R32 then upgraded R36 power and 4 motion for my pure grey

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Wingback Gti's, R32 then upgraded R36 power and 4 motion for my pure grey

Post by hef355 » Tue Jul 21, 2020 8:43 pm

I’ll give you lazy old timer when I see you Ron. We’ll see what you say when these shovel hands of mine are around your throat

P.s yes shut up now with your 10” ... its your fault getting me hooked on them from the beginning haha! Watch this space with wide boy Caddy now ... here we go again


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Post by Stedlocks » Tue Jul 21, 2020 10:50 pm

Might as well put it on air too while you're at it......

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Post by hef355 » Tue Jul 21, 2020 10:53 pm

I’m not a fan of air on the 2k Pat to be honest, i prefer static for handling especially now that its 4 motion

I am however thinking of air ride for my mk1 pick up which will be nice i think


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Re: Wingback Gti's, R32 then upgraded R36 power and 4 motion for my pure grey

Post by Stedlocks » Wed Jul 22, 2020 11:03 am

I was only joking bud....its gonna be absolutely awesome with the flared arches...! I know you'll make it look 'right'!

As well as the red one, I've seen a black (I think) one with an Audi front end, but with flared arches......love it!

https://forum.caddy2k.com/viewtopic.php?t=25817

It was this White one....halfway down the page

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Post by hef355 » Wed Jul 22, 2020 1:31 pm

I know yr only joking Pat and love the banter buddy!

Ye i’m going to do this wide boy Caddy rear come hell or high water and ive just asked @Doc for any info he may have!

The saga continues ... and may the force be with me


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Post by the long one » Mon Jul 27, 2020 12:24 pm

Hef355
Hope you can point me in the right direction with some advice please
What do you need to install a r32 engine in a caddy .
Your R36 version sounds amazing leave it on loud
Thanks
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Re: Wingback Gti's, R32 then upgraded R36 power and 4 motion for my pure grey

Post by hef355 » Mon Jul 27, 2020 5:30 pm

Too much to say in a text really buddy but the best advice I could offer is source a donor car so that you have everything you need for the job. The engine and box, whether manual or dsg drops straight in, more wiring required and another ecu for your dsg but all doable mate. Most difficult job for me is wiring, but if you’re patient, you could do it with an Elsawin program. I had a LOT of help on this though!

Buying a donor car, like i have done with an R32 and the R36 project means you have everything required, tried and tested before you start. Nothing more disheartening than finding things don’t work or there are errors after you’ve fitted everything. I bought a nice low mile fsh Audi 3.2 Quattro for the job. You then have the benefit of fitting all the brakes and cast alloy subframe and lower arms. No brainer!

For detailed questions more than happy to help any time mate


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Post by the long one » Tue Jul 28, 2020 12:50 pm

Thanks for the advice - looked at a couple of R32s can’t bring myself to destroy a good car for bits will keep looking
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