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  • Welcome To ClubPolo
    Thank you for your interest in Club Polo. Club Polo is rapidly becoming the largest and most active club of Polo enthusiasts in the UK.
    The Club was formed by the amalgamation of the Polo GT/Coupe S Owners Club and the Polo Coupe Owners Club back in 2000.

    The club offers its members a number of benefits, all from a tiny membership fee.
    Check the forums to find out more!

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1991 Breadvan GT
I spontaneously bought another Polo this week... I recently had a mk2 that I sold in June due to buying  our first house (once it's built later this year!) and needing space, funds etc 

I came across this lovely little Breadvan GT advertised on the forum and got in touch a few times with the owner, Ben. I finally caved in and made an offer and the rest is history!
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My GTI in Blue!
Having owned my GTI for about 7 months now, and this being my 5th (one was only for a couple of months!) Polo, i decided i shoud join Club Polo! (Long overdue!)
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Club Polo track day, 14th October 2017
Everyone loves a trackday! Last year saw a lot of first timers on the track and it was a fantastic day. 

For those that don't know Blyton Park is a fantastic little course that is perfectly suited to a small car like the Polo.
This year is a little later than usual, Saturday 14th October, but hopefully the weather will keep dry for us.
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    • Willysmiles
      Purchased the H&R cup kit 60/40.   Instructions state 40mm to be removed off the front bump stops,  that’s a little tricky when there only  45mm long.  Chopped them by 30mm and left the rears standard.     Going to be running the 15mm spring spacers on the rear so the car will sit slightly higher than full drop. 
    • Pete1
      I think your last sentence may be exactly right. 
    • Chisboy
      Hey guys, thanks for all the help, haven't had time to check if I have any leaks, at least now m not having oil leaks. I will only have time tomorrow to really work on it and check if there are any vaccum leaks.   This morning just took it for a test before work, power and acceleration was good though I could still pickup some mini hiccups. I will take it for a longer later to see if the engine light will resurface. I feel like the car just needs to reconfigure itself after unblocking the oil separator. 🤷🏿‍♂️      
    • fganthony16
      Success! With your responses I was able to find the desired location and connect the hose were it belongs. (I ended up changing the entire hose because it was deteriorated at the other end). Thank you for your help!  
    • Pete1
      Problems with the servo vacuum hose tend to be at the junctions of the hard plastic pipe, especially either side of the non-return valve:      
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