TT Mk2 VR6 3.6L & TT Mk1 1.8t Frankenturbo
look at all those new parts that are coated!!!
I actually made a little money from it believe it or not. Often sellers prefer to sell the whole interior (seats, door cards, centre console). So I sold the centre console easily enough, eventually got a local seller for the rear seats (wasn't easy to shift, they wanted it for a custom hot rod project or something due to being quite small!), and after swapping over my red seat cushions etc I ended up with a complete pair or manual black front seats which sold quite easily (TT seats are seen as an easy upgrade for other VAG cars apparently). So not a bad result. I think it was £250 or so which was quite a good initial price really, but with some effort you get a nice upgrade for little costLove the retrofit electric seat mod, what was the total cost to do this ?
Ever interesting the number of retrofits you've done! I think eventually you'll have added every possible option to the car and then some...if you're not there already 😁The base has a little extra adjustment over the manual seats. The front can be tilted separately to the rear height
I have long legs and would still like it if the base slid out like some larger cars, but I do find it comfortable overall
The lumbar support is also nice (if you don't have it already as some manual seats still have electric lumbar controls)
Yeah I wonder...do the Mk3 seats will go in with no modifications? I think someone has done it right?I have considered other seats, I like the MK3 supersports actually (aside from the notorious plastic trim issue). Something with a bit more support would help (I track the TT once or twice a year)
Regarding the hub bolt issue, even though you have answered yourself, just to confirm it is normal. It does seem a bit weird as the grease could interfere with the torque setting I would have thought, but then again at 200Nm + 180 degrees, not a lot is going to lose that