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2011 Volkswagen Golf TDI - Proven
We test the Golf TDI's ability to handle all the same mods that we would perform on a GTI 2.0T FSI to see if the clean diesel can become a lean, green tuning machine.
Anthony GelinasMay 24, 2011
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2001 Volkswagen Golf - Garage Projects
Another Look At Some Exciting Euro Projects Under Construction
Jun 3, 2010
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1991 VW GTI VR6 - Garage Projects
Check out some of Eurotuners and other performance manufactures car projects, featuring a 1991 Volkswagen GTI VR6, Mk1 Rabbit and more!
May 19, 2010
Volkswagen Golf - Cam And Chip Upgrades
Read detailed instructions on how to install test cam and chip upgrades in a Volkswagen Golf, and check out cool photos of the process.
Alex RoganApr 28, 2010
Project Volkswagen Golf 2.0 Car Introduction - Say Hello To... Project 2.Slow
After many requests, we decided to pick up an older model to show what can be done with a Volkswagen Golf MK3. Read up on our project car introduction here.
Alex RoganMar 18, 2010
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2003 Volkswagen Golf GTI Project Silverstone - ET Projects
After a close call, we decided that our GTI needed a little extra security in the form of a Zenesis ZN-502 alarm.
Sam DuOct 1, 2009
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Garage Projects - ET Tech
Check out this projects that may be under construction, but look very promising.
Sep 1, 2008
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European Car Magazine
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Race Ready Golf Part 6: Brave new world
The Midwestern Council of Sports Car Clubs (MC) was started in 1958 as an expansion of the Midwestern Center of the MG Car Club. Its purpose was to provide a uniform set of regulations and promote sports car racing and other activities all over the Midwest. Today, the Midwestern Council is comprised
Jul 25, 2005
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European Car Magazine
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Race-ready Golf Part 5: Winter is for rebuilds
European Car Magazine Race Ready Volkswagen Golf needs an engine rebuild.
Jul 6, 2005
Race-ready Golf Part 4: Where did I go wrong?
European Car Magazine Race-ready Volkswagen Golf with a Junkyard motor Part 4 article.
Jul 6, 2005
Race-ready Golf Part 3: Broken cars build character
Right from the start, we said we were going to report on the trials and tribulations along with the glorious successes of our Project Race-ready Golf. Unfortunately, the trials have been persistent while the glories have been non-existent.
Oct 15, 2004
Race-ready Golf Part 2: A day at the races
Right from the start, the object of this project was to get on the track as soon as possible. That's why I chose a car that had already been prepared for competition and had a successful race history. The car, a 1985 Volkswagen GTI, had been raced for almost 1
Oct 15, 2004
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European Car Magazine
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Race-ready Golf Part 1:The starting point
Magazine project cars follow a certain protocol. An enthusiastic editor or contributor thinks of a car they've always lusted after, one that if it were in perfect shape would be well beyond their means. You've probably had the same daydream. The difference is
Oct 15, 2004
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European Car Magazine
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Volkswagen Tech Letters
Readers questions regarding Idle problems, engine swaps, head light compatibility, and brakes answered by the experts at European Car Magazine
Mar 19, 2004
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Volkswagen Mk3 Golf - Rontend Face Lift - Tuner Tech
Tech Facts: Fiber Images carbon-fiber hood, $575; Vento front bumper with rebar, $295; Vento rear bumper, $349; Euro radiator support, $199; Euro VR6 Vento molding, $149; Euro fender flares, $129; Euro plate tub, $99; Euro VR6 lip spoiler, $99; Bonrath three
Jason JackmanFeb 1, 2003
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ABD Racing Golf Part I
Eurotuner Magazine's freshest project car; the ABD Racing Golf
Philip RoyleFeb 1, 2003
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Shock Value
So, what are coilovers? Most people know they’re expensive, race cars use them, they’re expensive, some show cars have them, and they’re expensive. In the simplest definition, coilovers replace the stock shocks, struts, and springs on a vehicle
Philip RoyleSep 1, 2000
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