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I've just got a Polo 6N2 and after some research I've decided I would like some Ancora STP wheels. Turns out these wheels are a little on the rare side in the UK, so if anyone knows of a set up for sale or knows someone has some buried in their garage I would really appreciate the opportunity to get a set so I can replace the steel wheels and plastic trims. Thank you!
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Greeting to everyone, For those who are familiar with this or already done this installation, I have a polo 2007 9n3 S and it does not come equipped with remote locking features. I am looking to install this soon as I constantly scratch my cars paint and is annoying at times. After doing some research it seems like the oem installation looks the most straightforward, Any help would be much appreciated.
Hello! I'm João, from Portugal, and this is my Polo. It's a 1989 Mark II Typ 86C Steilheck model, powered by a 1.0l engine with about 45hp. Bought it 6 years ago, with about 11.200km. It has now about 55.300km and it's my daily. It's totally original (and in need of some small things) and the objetive is not having a "project car" by the definition of it, but have it as is, the most OEM possible while possible, so the maintenance will be the most important thing on this project. This breadvans are not that common here in Portugal, and when I need some sort of part, it's not easy to find it. When I join your club, I was looking for some parts, but then I realize how popular is/was this model in UK, so I decided to be part of the family and since that I'm not sorry. I did not made many friends here, but I feel I'm part of it (also, I believe, because I'm not from UK and because of that I cannot join meets and other events). I've said it when I had the other topic, but I'll say it again. My Polo is not the best on forum, and I know that. Also, to be honest, I'm quite far from "the best out there". There are many excelente projects out there, and many awesome topics. Mainly not that original as mine I believe, but nevertheless worst. To be quite honest, I do think my Polo is not that bad, nor phisically or mecanically, but I know that there's always work to do, and that's also why I love cars. They are never ready, and we bond with them and with other people alike. Right now I'll post some photos of how it looks, but I want to get the older photos (all of them, that I had on the other topic!) in order to post them here. That way I can have a updated topic and with all the big things I've done in these years. General Info: Maker: Volkswagen Model: Polo II Typ 86C Steilheck (Squareback) Year: 1989 Color: Alpinweiß (L90E) Engine: 4 straight cylinder, 1043cc 45cv/hp @ 5600rpm (carb Weber 32TL) Gearbox: 4 speed, manual Weight: 735kg (1625lbs) SpritMonitor: http://www.spritmonitor.de/de/detailansicht/543596.html Manufacturer MPG: 8.0l/100Km P.S.: This is not a new entry here, on forum. Actually, I had a topic of my own about this very Polo. Yet, I had some issues with the images I've posted, and because of that I decided to delete the old topic and create a new one.
The_Fayz posted a topic in Engine, Transmission and ExhaustHey guys wondering if you could help, my bready has been messed with and has at least 3 different fuel pumps (1 Connected, 2 Not) but the connected one is too high pressured when it is on but doesn't allow anything through when it's off, guessing previous owner has fitted this when another broke, long story short was wondering what fuel pumps you had in place so I could just go back to factory? Thanks in advance, Ben ? PFA
Hello, my name is Łukasz! I'm from Poland and I have VW Polo 6N 3 years and I modified car 2 years. :) I dont' good speak English Engine: 1.4 AEX Interior: -Raid HP 30mm -Knob Octavia2 -Golf Mk4 Meter -Seats Seat Ibiza GTI -Hand lever Polo 6N2 -Center tunnel Polo 6n2 Exterior: -Smooth wide bumpers front/rear -6N2GTI Lip -Spacers front/rear Engine: Clean Look Suspension: -Coilover MTS-Technik -Camber Shims Rear Wheels: O.Z Fittipaldi 3tlg 15' 4x100 -Front 7j ET 28 (next season 8j) -Rear 8J ET +/-15 (next season maybe 8,5j) Tyre: Continental 165/45/15 Lights front: Ori smoked Lights back: 6n2 Japan When buy a car(2011) First Modifications - FAIL (Season 2011) Next transformation (Season 2012) Arrangements for next season (Season 2013) And finally look for season 2013 (Currently) Greets from Poland !!!
This one isn't mine - it belongs to my wife, but it's her daily and I'm the one that does all the spannering So, here she is, a Mk5 (6n2) 2001 Polo GTI 3dr in black: That was how she was at the dealer we bought her from. Totally standard, with a decent service history, she's done 103k miles and from what I can tell doesn't have any exciting options other than a 6 disc CD changer in the boot. First job was to get her home, a quick service of fluids and filters followed. Er, well I say quick, but seriously - what's this oil filter positioning about? Crikey. Many tiny little manifold burns all over my forearms. Ow! I thought the Mk2.5 MX-5 had a bad placed oil filter... no, wait, on second thoughts, it really does. Check out that pollen filter. Nice. Oddly, the slightly musty smell disappeared once the new one was in. Funny, that. With that, it was a tank of V-Power uber-silly-whatever-it's-called-these-days and an Italian tune-up, Cornish lane style, before a trip to the local (and very good) Xpress Garage in Falmouth (plug) for an MOT. This, she duly passed with one advisory. Cue celebratory, er, Sainsburys trip with two of our dailies out together, aww. So, that advisory - something about corrosion of components on the underside. I managed to get under the car when she was on the MOT ramp and snapped some pics - the components are pretty grimy and corroded in places, but the floor pans, sills, etc were all sound. The underseal was also in good condition. This will be redressed as and when - whilst we love her to bits and are enjoying our first Polo, she's a daily drive after all and I'm definitely against show queens - so when something breaks, it'll be fixed, and the part/surrounding areas will be dealt with. Anyway, whilst I was there I found the fuel filter I spent a while scratching my head over. Really, VW, right in the middle of the rear beam? RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE?? Sigh. And so, that's there we are for now :)
Hi everyone, I'm looking at doing some OEM upgrades but the prices that VW are giving for retrofitted optional extras are pretty silly. Here are some things i am wanting to get fitted. - Polo SEL chrome front grille strip - Polo SEL front driver and passenger under seat drawers - Leather multifunction steering wheel I asked one of the guys at my work today if i can get the front driver and passenger under seat drawers retrofitted to my Match Edition and the guy mentioned it would come to £3-400 after fitting because the seats had to be taken out first. Anyone have any idea about this? I would assume the high price because the seats have airbags in them maybe. It's the same story with the steering wheel, it was a £120 optional on SEL and above models yet retrofitted the guy said would be in the region of £1200+