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    ^Thanks for your help with editing Lucas.

    Rear Diffuser for dual 76mm chrome XForce tips

    The base Octavia rear valance was not designed for dual twin tips. Finding a way to make it look less obvious that the valance is cut & modified has been a bit tricky.
    However I found a rear 'diffuser' on SuperSkoda's website that should work aesthetically at least and provide an accurate template for cutting the valance. This will finish off the 4" exhaust system without looking too radical.

    4" Exhaust System:
    4" downpipe to 2 inline 4" Magnaflow resonators to custom 4" collector split to 2 x 3" pipes to 3" Magnaflow mufflers to dual 76mm twin chrome Xforce tips. All the parts have arrived and fabrication is well underway, pictures to follow later this week.

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    Looking good, bud!

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    This is cool as!

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    ^^Thanks for the comments guys :-)

    OEM Fuelling System Delete TOTAL

    Just a brief overview of some of the components to fuel the GTW3476


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    jizzzzzzzzzzzzz

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    ^ :-)

    Just a few picture details about the Skoda's rebuilt KZS ex MK6 GTI gearbox and supporting mods


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    Custom Install "Pop up" Centre Dash Gauges

    Not really pop up but looks effective enough imo!

    Boost, Oil Pressure and extra Water Temp with sensor on hot side of the radiator.

    Decided to go for old school analogue style gauges for the Skoda, green LED to match the oem speedo/tacho.
    Spent a couple of days making up paper templates to perfect the required shape before cutting the 3mm black perspex holder and gluing into place.
    Big thanks to Mitch @BTM for hooking up the gauges.

    I've learnt that the oem water temp gauge although it appears to sit constantly on 90 actually covers a wide dead band. Interestingly the water temp at the radiator very rarely registers on the new gauge under normal street driving conditions but I suppose it is Tas! LoL

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    Ooooh, those "pop-up" gauges look mint!

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    ^ thanks Jon :-)

    just a minor update - (takes time and patience when everything is custom fit..)

    4" exhaust under construction


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    i reckon that exhaust is going to sound awesome, nice work and keep it up...

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