My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by R22LRM » Thu Jun 27, 2019 8:03 am



wondered why you would be swappping, Still the s1 seats will look boss, i have RS5 seats in mine so comfy, you can’t beat a set of luxury Audi seats in a caddy love the colour of your van pal

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by BradleyB » Thu Jun 27, 2019 5:56 pm

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by Giddy » Sat Jun 29, 2019 12:07 pm

Picked up painted parts from body shop. Weather is nice so will crack on with fitting them.

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by Giddy » Sat Jun 29, 2019 5:47 pm

All fitted, looks much better now.

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by Giddy » Thu Jul 04, 2019 6:00 pm

My CSR rear spoiler arrived and the glue was included, which was nice surprise Image
Now the fun part is to make it fit to the barn door.

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by Giddy » Sat Jul 06, 2019 5:27 pm

Bit of woodwork today. Made and fitted blanking panels to the window segments. Very time consuming. Need to order some carpet now.

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by activeviii » Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:39 pm

Looking good.

Just finishing off the carpeting in my maxi. I only want it a little quieter. If cut most the bulkhead out as to keep the side trimmed as I want it open.

Just about to insulate and infill the window areas. I have the tins still for the rear. Just working out if I can still use or have to cut tighter fitting ply.

Want to put cruise control on but struggling to find anyone to code it after I fit. My head will not hold information so no point in my sorting out vcds for my own use. Ideally need someone that know what their doing as I would stuff it up big time.

I see your in the shire. Don't suppose I could twist your arm to do some coding from my please lol

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by Glen G » Wed Aug 14, 2019 6:13 pm

Van looks great like what you have done so far.. And love that colour something about it ♥

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Post by Giddy » Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:23 pm

Thanks lads, carpeting in progress at the moment. Couldn't finish it last weekend because of the terrible weather, so only one side is done so far. But getting there... slowly Image

@activeviii I don't mind to help, but I would need to purchase extra VINs, which is quite expensive. You would be better off with getting your own vcds or finding somebody who already has unlimited VINs.

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by pastica » Sun Sep 01, 2019 10:10 am

That carpeting looks fantastic! How did you get it to mould around everything so well? Also, were the seats a direct bolt in? Or did the rails require some modifications?

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Post by Giddy » Mon Sep 02, 2019 7:34 am

Thanks mate. Carpeting requires some time and patience This was my firs attempt to carpet the van and I was working on my own, so spent whole weekend doing one side. Three weekends in total to finish all back to the standard I'm happy with. Mechanically seats are straight fit on Touran bases.
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Post by Giddy » Mon Sep 02, 2019 7:40 am

So, finally finished carpeting all the back. Pretty happy with how it came out. Roof liner is also done, just need to wire in some LED spotlights. Also I've put some recycled plastic insulation and dodo superliner where was practical to do so and wired in 12V sockets and USB charger.

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Post by Giddy » Mon Sep 02, 2019 7:45 am

Also removed all the gray plastics in the cabin as I want them to be trimmed in black. And while I was there, I've put some dodo mat and dodo superliner to the roof.

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by Giddy » Sat Sep 07, 2019 1:01 pm

Picked up some black bits from vw for my interior conversion.

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Re: My Caddy 4, 1.4 TSI, Acapulco blue

Post by BradleyB » Sat Sep 07, 2019 2:48 pm

Looking good mate
Should make the cabin complement them seats


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