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S3 interior mods

Scullies Jun 29, 2012

  1. Scullies

    Scullies Well-Known Member

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    Custom sub box for 10" sub and battery located to boot - its in the back half of the box

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    Custom triple gauge pod for boost, oil temp. oil pressure. Work in progress....

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    Scullies Well-Known Member

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    Boot install almost done. Need to connect it all up to the power.

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    Dash pod should be dry in the morning. Its been so humid here the spray paint didnt want to dry out. Sprayed with 2k auto paint now. Not the best picture...


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  3. Dani_B19

    Dani_B19 Audi-sports own special child.

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    Feeling the custom pod mate. Guessing your not from england with the left hand drive!
     
  4. Scullies

    Scullies Well-Known Member

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    Nope, I live in Dubai. 1 of only 4 S3's here. Loads of TT's though.

    Dash pod test fitted, need to wire up the gauges.

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  5. Dani_B19

    Dani_B19 Audi-sports own special child.

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    Yeah just seen you tag on the left haha. Looks smart that mate, think i need to do sumet like that for the liquid s3. How dis ou do it mate?
     
  6. Scullies

    Scullies Well-Known Member

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    Its made from fiberglass and bodyfiller.

    Masked the area off, and glassed a layer of fiberglass for the basic shape.

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    Used pvc pipe to get he shapes. My oil temp and pressure are 51mm and boost gauge is 60mm. Boost gauge not fitted yet.

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    Once I had the pvc in position, I used fleece material to stretch over the pod. Fleece is good as it stretches and will take some nice curves. I used contact glue to stick the fleece to the bottom of the pod. Once you happy with the look, apply generous layer of fiberglass resin and leave to dry. Once dry you can put a layer of fiberglass over the fleece for extra strength.
    Once thats dry, look forward to hours of standing :)
    Sand fiberglass till its all level and apply body filler, enjoy some more hours of sanding !!

    Finished off with 320 grit water paper, and prepare for painting.

    Didnt get any pictures of the fleece part, but here is the one with sanding and shaping. It looks crappy when its not painted.

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    Scullies Well-Known Member

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    This will give you an idea about the fleece. No wrinkles and fully wrapped.

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  8. Vwdan80

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    The pods looks good! Different way of doing it!
     
  9. Scullies

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    Got the guys at the workshop to recover the front seat over the weekend. Drivers seat will be done next weekend.

    Before :puke2:

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    After, kept the leather parts as its on a budget and wrapped the base in carbon :yes:

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  10. s33nyboy12

    s33nyboy12 Well-Known Member Team Ibis Team V8 Audi R8 s tronic

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    Impressive mate. I like the imagination. Good work.
     
  11. Scullies

    Scullies Well-Known Member

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    :rockwoot:Thanks bud, more to follow
     
  12. s33nyboy12

    s33nyboy12 Well-Known Member Team Ibis Team V8 Audi R8 s tronic

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    Just out of interest..... How much did the s3 cost you in Dubai! .??????

    Cheers, Sean
     
  13. Scullies

    Scullies Well-Known Member

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    About 3500 GBP, its not in top condition but its the only one with low mileage. 110 000km. There are only 4 S3's in the whole country here.
    Back in South Africa, a 2001 Audi S3 with the same mileage will cost about 9000 GBP, so for me its so cheap here :)
     

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