A Good Caddy

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Chris_Fz
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Re: A Good Caddy

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It's a pleasure bud.


Thank you kindly

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miracledetailpaul
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Re: A Good Caddy

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Wow what an inspirational build, looks awesome, well done for all the work you’ve carried out yourself !! And an awesome read I’ve just read all 40 pages lol 😝

How is the ride on the KW coil overs ?
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Awesome job on the build.

Was the heated wheel plug and play with VCDS? Or did it require something like VCP to code in?
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Hi miracledetailpaul, thank you I have had some help, some good and some bad :lol:

The ride depends on the roads, if its bumpy it can be a bit stiff but I have not had another set of coilovers to compare them to.
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Hi sendgineer, thank you.

You just need VCDS for the coding but you need a custom module made to get the cruise control to work and the SWCM needs modified to get the heating working.
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Re: A Good Caddy

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FishermansFriend wrote: Sat Nov 07, 2020 5:39 pm I wasn't planning on changing but I found a seller here in Dublin selling MK7 Golf R MFSW's and when he said he would take my old wheel in part exchange I couldn't say no.
Hi Fishermansfriend, savage build thread and very inspiring! Would you happen to have the mk7 steering wheel sellers details?
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Re: A Good Caddy

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Top tier build!! Keep the updates coming!
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Mate absolutely smashing the build kudos to you!! Just read entire build in one go you must be very happy with how it’s coming along.

Have so many Qs to ask but definitely given me some ideas moving forward with my new van build🤌Image


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I realized that registering in the forum put me in a big financial trouble :D
The project is amazing.
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Garycloona wrote: Tue Dec 27, 2022 9:51 pm Hi Fishermansfriend, savage build thread and very inspiring! Would you happen to have the mk7 steering wheel sellers details?
Hi Gary, it was over 2 years ago now and his contact cant get his hands on anymore.
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@DCR_

It does!!! There should be a disclaimer on this forum.


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DaanBogers wrote: Wed Dec 28, 2022 12:57 am Top tier build!! Keep the updates coming!
Hi Daan, thank you very much. I hope to do DSG next and then ACC and front camera driver assistance.
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Benny88 wrote: Wed Dec 28, 2022 11:50 pm Mate absolutely smashing the build kudos to you!! Just read entire build in one go you must be very happy with how it’s coming along.

Have so many Qs to ask but definitely given me some ideas moving forward with my new van build🤌Image
Hi Benny, thank you very much, I am delighted with it, I couldn't have done any of it without the help/ posts of this forum. All the best with your new van build.
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DCR_ wrote: Fri Dec 30, 2022 7:12 am I realized that registering in the forum put me in a big financial trouble :D
The project is amazing.
Thank you DCR. We are all in the same boat but at least we have our Caddys :D
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Few days in the forum and I am ready for Touran dash swap :D Now I am reading every single topic about the climate control unit as mine as the oldest type (AC).
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