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Euro Trash Pics - Duc & New VW

Was bored so I cleaned the Duc and took some pics - Also remembered that I never posted up the new cage - Traded in the GTI back in June for a 2007 Passat 2.0 Turbo that I am going to chip after 1000 miles - Got the Sport Package with every option VW offers - The Sport comes with a diff susp and is lower and I got the 18 inch low profile as well - They added the "sleeker" of the 2 body kits available along with the Xeon Lights that turn with you - GPS, Sirius Sat Radio, 6 Disc CD, Leather Sport Seats, etc etc - I love this fuckin car - With the new gig, I am taking clients out so trying to pile them in the GTI just did not work - Plus, I was tired of every 16 yr old kid wanting to race

Bash VW's all you want but I don't care - I love 'em - As posted before, I have had the Benz, BMW, Audi, Subie and EVO before so this is a nice and smooth change of pace - I dig the clean look of the white as well
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post #2 of 26 (permalink) Old 07-26-2007, 08:27 PM Thread Starter
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Thx guys and as for the spot, well, it comes with the joys of high rise condo living

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The Passat looks alot bigger than the older ones. And the white is clean.
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man, i never got to beat on the GTI and the passat is too nice to wail on. looks great though!!

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Too nice to wail on. shit bring that thing on over I will break it in right for you.
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The Passat looks alot bigger than the older ones. And the white is clean.
Tha new Passat is a bit more roomier inside and it handles well for a mid sized sedan

Cook, I do miss the DSG and the torque of the GTI - The engine is the same in this just toatin more lbs - After I chip it, it will be about 40 hp and 40 fpt better - Not the same but still okay - It is nice havin Nav too - I also got the iPod hook up but with the Sirius and the CD's, it is plenty

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Nice...... GTI / DSG FTW


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Nice...... GTI / DSG FTW


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Agree and I do miss it but it was just not practical for what I need now - The Passat is doing me right

Who ever bought my old GTI got a well broken in and purdy darned fast little car

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Looks good Bug. If you can fit a Passat and a bike in that spot I will be able to fit my Hemi Jeep and bike in my new spot. SWEEEEEET


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that front grill is bigger than i expected. looks like it would inhale a deer =)
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I love that Duc Cover! It looks like neoprene or something!
Just more love from my folks at Corse Wisc - They threw in that Cover and that rear stand - It is not the Fac Duc stand that I thought I was getting but oh well - It is a stand and my old PB is now holding up Gixxerdan's track bike so at least it stayed in the CLSB fam

I can't wait to chip the VW - I wanted to break the motor in a bit so I could see the diff in before and after - I do miss the DSG but I don't miss the stigma that I had in that GTI - EVERYBODY wanted to run it and I am tooooo old to be fuggin with suburb kids who come DT to show off - Someone got a great little rocket

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that front grill is bigger than i expected. looks like it would inhale a deer =)
It is the same grill as the GTI and all the other VW's - The GTI looks smaller as there is a Red Line through the middle giving it that "2 grill" look

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Looks nice Edward. Question, where'd you get the lowers of the GTI painted? My buddy has a silver GTI, wants it painted as well.

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Looks nice Edward. Question, where'd you get the lowers of the GTI painted? My buddy has a silver GTI, wants it painted as well.
Rob - I buy my VW's from Autobarn of Mt Prospect and Richard Fisher (owner) has a thing for tricking VW's and he had all the work done on the GTI before I bought it - Painted Lowers, 18 inch VR Rims, HR Springs, Chip etc etc - He also crafted my Passat with the Sport Package, diff rims and the Body Kit - He is a great guy to know - Rides a 675 too (that is for Brian )

Eric - Please wear a rubber when you hump my Duc you sleezy hoe - And at least buy he a drink ya selfish prick

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