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About Coulter7058

  • Rank
    GTI Newbie

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  • Drives
    Mk4 Golf Gti Anniversary
  1. Mk4 golf knocking

    It is lowered on coilovers but it's not stupidly low
  2. Mk4 golf knocking

    Top mounts are new, its also a new antiroll bar with new bushes and brackets are tight.. Seems to be just when setting off and sometimes braking.. Sounds like something is moving but literally everything is new and all bolts and nuts are tight ?
  3. Mk4 golf knocking

    I'll have to check the gearbox mount, droplinks and everything else is new
  4. I've got a mk4 Gti Anniversary and theres a wile knocking round the front end. I've recently changed basically everything, coilovers are new, new subframe, new wishbones along with all new bushings and balljoints. All bolts are tight as I've went round them all about 4 times.. Engine mounts all seem fine and the dogbone mount is new Anyone any other ideas?
  5. 6n polo engine swap...

    To be honest, it's only because I have the polo lying as wee while and I'm in the process of breaking a 2.0 8v Gti Mk3 golf with a good engine so was just gonna make a project out of it.. Was just wondering if it could be done and if it was handy enough to do, but if it's a big job it'll not be done
  6. Newish on here, was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction of information? I've a 1.4cl 6n polo and wanting to do something different with it I have a 2.0 8v out of a mk3 golf gti and was wondering is it an easy enough swap? Any information is appreciated! Thanks