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Old 19-04-2017, 10:10 AM   #31
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Been a while since i updated, not a great deal has happened. new mot this week only advisory
was lower front arm bush. think i mite replace the lot with a powerflex handling kit.

Replaced the air vents with face lift ones.





Also fitted cruise control




Next up i fitted an rs4 start button ash tray delete and new type dsg gear knob which was an absolute pain to fit.











Had to modify the lever and the inside of the gear knob to fit









Next on the to do list is auto lights and wipers and flat bottom steering wheel. and possibly go a bit lower

cheers Trev
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How big of a job is fitting cruise control ?
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That gearknob is a nice upgrade
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How big of a job is fitting cruise control ?
Really easy job, need to make sure you get the right part number of cruise switch as there's a few different ones. And need to make sure you have a high line steering module. Then it's steering wheel and cowling of and straight swap. Need a new bottom cowling or trim your original one. Then just needs coding in
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