Bigger wheels will fill the arches better.
1999 APY S3 Imola Yellow
to raise the engine you 'could' have some 10mm thick plate under the gearbox to inner arch mount and engine to inner arch mount, drill the plate so the mount bolts will pass thro the plate and do that, the dogbone could be spaced alittle aswell so its not on a silly angle aswell, not the best way but would raise the engine 10mm, would allow you to go 10mm lover
Wish Rachel would let me have my TDI mk5 back
Yo had heard about this, raising the engine, not sure if i want to go those lengths !! My son is into his JDM/Drift thing and has suggested the bolt on arches you see on some drifters, might get a set and see what this looks like, would fill the gap for sure, photos when i've done it!!
Any idea where sump protector available from??
Shallow sump and engine raisers. Or even new engine mounts as the originals are bound to of sank over time. Then wind down a little
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Just out of interest what wheels are you running?
Audi S3 8L
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Hi, thanks for that link, just had a look at those dieselgeek skid plates, they look really good, simple as well, so simple i think i'll def have a go at making one up ! Cheers....Rob