My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

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Stunning van mate
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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

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Love the red stitching mate. Looks the part for sure.
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Thanks lads
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"Accidentally" bought this Caddy specific rear brake kit for an absolute steal. Now, shall I go for a matching front, or kit up something custom? Thinking maybe TTRS calipers + Clubsport S discs.

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by Doc »

Oh that's tasty.
You're doing a lot of preparation work for big power, I can see a bigger engine going in your van at some point.
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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

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Not sure if I'm brave enough to take on a full engine swap, but maybe a hybrid turbo at some point would be nice :)
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Wow, they are nice.


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Yep, nice brakes
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mate your van coming together nicely good work love the colour wish i had waited a bit longer before buying mine would have liked a better colour but got impatient and brought the first one i sor witch was white never mind love the van might do a colour change some day keep up the good work
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Thanks for taking your time to read my build thread.
Colour is quite forgiving and not showing dirt too much, which is bonus when driving most of the time on rural roads :)
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the lane i have to drive down to get to work is a sloppy mess when it rains so if i wash it on a sunday its filthy by monday evening so i wash it until it gets too bad lol
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