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Members Cars – Club GTI https://clubgti.com Club GTI Thu, 18 Oct 2018 14:27:19 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.9 Gurds Mars Red Mk1 Get Some more Suspension mods https://clubgti.com/gurds-mars-red-mk1-get-some-more-suspension-mods/ https://clubgti.com/gurds-mars-red-mk1-get-some-more-suspension-mods/#respond Wed, 15 Feb 2017 11:30:44 +0000 http://clubgti.com/wordpress/?p=1702 Bearing issues highlighted at Spa meant I was on the hunt for an upgrade. I think the extra grip from the Aero and wider tyres contributing to the bearings and flanges suffering. I first had a flange failure in 2015 and now again showing wear at Spa. Initially I looked into boring out the mk1 uprights to take a larger mk2/mk3 golf bearing and flanges but wall thickness of the housing concerns were raised by many. I looked into the possibility of running late mk2/mk3 4 stud uprights instead. This with coincide with fitting a new set of weld in ball joint extenders at the same time.


Full write up here: Link to Full Thread

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MK5 Edition 30 #57 Track/Race Build, Massive Gearbox Update! https://clubgti.com/mk5-edition-30-57-trackrace-build-massive-gearbox-update/ https://clubgti.com/mk5-edition-30-57-trackrace-build-massive-gearbox-update/#respond Wed, 10 Aug 2016 22:48:17 +0000 http://clubgti.com/wordpress/?p=1437 Moving on from the Mk2, still with the bug to get out on a track, I think it was inevitable I would end up with another VW. I looked at a few options but to be honest, I don’t know anything else other than Volkswagen. An Elise or Exige may have crossed my auto trader search but not for long, I always ended up back at the MK5 Golf’s or Scirocco’s. The Scirocco was a hard one to choose as it’s less supported in the market, Although the same chassis as the MK5 it just didn’t feel right so it had to be a MK5.
I went to look at a “standard” GTI in Wales, A red 3 door manual with 68000 on the clock. The only modifications I could see in the pictures were 2 red VW badges but at 68000 it had to be looked at. It was in a ford dealer so I went up on a Saturday. The car was in very good condition but not standard on the engine front by any means. Lots of metal pipes and a massive halfords cone filter. It drove well though so I made a cheeky offer but we could not agree on price so I walked away. In hindsight I’m glad I did walk away.I then went to look at one near Bath, A red 3 door manual with…err I cant remember how many miles on the clock but it was an edition 30 base car. It was already heavily modified into a track car, Running about 500 BHP! It was close to me so I had a look, Sadly it was not what I was after and decided I needed to build one myself A few weeks passed keeping my eye on all the usual spots. I had decided on an Edition 30 due to the better TFSI engine and it’s potential so this narrowed the search as only about 2500 were produced.
One cropped up in wales again, Not a million miles so it was worth a look. It was a…Yes you guess it, Red 3 door manual with 94k on the clock. The price was not bad so I went over on a Saturday. The car was dirty as there was a building site next to the dealer but other than that it looked quite clean. I took it for a test and it went really well. The interior is in excellent condition for 94000 miles. We haggled on price and I managed to get a good price with me taking the car away there and then. A few phone calls to Admiral and I took it away! The drive home was good, No problems and it went well but I didn’t push it much as I wanted to give the engine a once over first.

As you can see the engine bay is a little dirty but it seems in order. There is red over-spray on the front a little as I think it’s had the wings done (MK5 problem) and the bonnet has no stone chips at all
It all looks straight though, no accident damage, Just a blow over. However whoever cleaned it must have used a brillo pad as I have never seen so many swirl marks on paintwork before! Not that it matters…

So, Here we go again. I will update tomorrow with the plan of action. Engine has already been serviced and upgraded and I’m half way through stripping and selling the interior parts

I must say a big thanks to Luke (Deako) with his help so far. He has answered all my questions and I’m sure it wont be the end of it

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Fthaimike’s Golf MK1 feature in issue 10 of Airmonkeys Magazine https://clubgti.com/fthaimikes-golf-mk1-feature-in-issue-10-of-airmonkeys-magazine/ https://clubgti.com/fthaimikes-golf-mk1-feature-in-issue-10-of-airmonkeys-magazine/#respond Wed, 05 Mar 2014 23:22:08 +0000 http://clubgti.com/wordpress/?p=1498 Mike Flynn (fthaimike) has been very busy putting together an impressive line up of Guest Demo cars for this year’s Apex Festival.
Some of these demo cars are seen in the pictures put up in this thread post 33 Mike Flynn, owner of the 1:1 scale Kamei Golf Mk1 replica, recently sent me a link, where his Golf Mk1 was featured in an eight page write up for the Air Monkeys magazine.

Here are some picture highlights from the magazine.

And he has not forget good ol Club GTI either.

The club and some well known members are mentioned in his thanks/shoutouts.

Air Monkeys has published their entire issue 10 online, which you can view in the link below.

Mike’s feature is on pages 21-29.


Thanks to Mike for the link


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