Its enough friction to make reversing harder, im sure its not the brake shields as ive manually pried them away from the disc a couple of times on the roadside haha**** shield behind the brake disc rubbing on the disc or bottom balljoint metal **** shield rubbing on the disc.
Itll be camber (if theres any adjustment on them) or wheel offset.
My car has needed an alignment for soooo long but i keep having to go back in and take things off etc lol . Im pretty certain just by eyeballing it the subframe needs adjusting, i believe on this AUQ platform i have no camber adjustment at all. But on the back of that i read. very cool breakdown on the mk4 of how being as low as i am introduces positive camber on hard cornering . Its not a track car so im probably not going to raise it up, but i will get some of these:
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Yeah ill be well up for that mate. love to pick your brains. I get paid this weekend so can pop up whenever! Weekends good for you?If you go for theses have a look a cb autos. You can go for the 30mm bushes then get the insert so they then fit your arms and you have even less Bush movement. Pop to my yard 1 evening if you want mate I have some in a set up you can have a look at
I’m sure thai was selling a complete pillar a while agoThe more I look into boost gauges the more of a ball ache it seems to be on a diesel. I'm reading that the best place to plumb it in is just below the elbow boost pipe that connects to the EGR and that you have to cut a thread in the plastic. I'm not sure I trust a thread I've cut into plastic with that much pressure.
Any other TDI people running boost gauges who can advise?
On top of that, what's the best a-pillar pod.that actually fits?
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