Fill gaps with balsa wood
Time for bondo, sanding, sanding and more sanding.
Getting 45 miles per gallon and having the option to able to run alternative fuels such as biodiesel. Oh and the 100 HP engines didnít come around until 2004, it was 90 HP before that. The 175 ft/lbs of torque make up for it. The 0-60 times arenít that great but with all that torque the TDI owner can hold their own when the light turns green.Originally Posted by 0l33l
Yea people fly out to another state, buy one, register it with a relativeís address and drive it back into California. When it has enough miles (just under 10,000 miles I believe) it can be registered in California. If you don't feel like doing all that I remember reading about a business in Arizona that specializes in selling low mileage TDI's for the California market.Originally Posted by 0l33l
Is the screen angled up towards the driver at all? Canít quite see from the angle of the picture. I've made about three of those things and angling it up sure makes the screen more readable.Originally Posted by agentloveless
Diesel prices here in Cali are higher than for premiumOriginally Posted by Zip-Lock
Not that much savings unless if you drive around a lot... esp since the car costs more than the 1.8t.
Yeh, that's whats great about californian laws. lots of loop holes
Originally Posted by Zip-Lock
Yea it is angled up slightly. I checked it out before I started using bondo, it should be plenty readable.