Sean’s New Beetle 18T Now with New Rare RSi Spoiler upgrade
This started life as a standard 1.8 T, Sean explains, I brought it sold as seen, advertised as scrapping.
It was several shades of yellow with gloss paint dripped on it from when they painted the house. It hadn’t moved for 2 years so I struggled to start it.
Cleaned the green moss off washed it down got rid of the smell of dogs along with a ton of dog hair! Only brought it as a smoker to take me to and from the Airport for work.
But I got the itch to do something special.
So I bought some Stuttgart ST2 18 alloys, and found some AP Coil overs off an MK4 Golf GTI, I also fitted a steel sump guard. I also managed to find a super rare rear boot OE bike carrier. Nice!
I then got a stage 1 remap, Filter, Forge Hoses TIP Forge DV , N75 “J”.
Full custom Stainless steel catback with twin Akrapovic Carbon Tips. Full customized Carbon Fuel filler cap, Carbon scuff plates, Carbon Fuse Side panel with matching passenger side panel in Carbon. Carbon clock surround. Carbon door handle covers.
Double Din with Carbon Overlays. Carlab rear Halo Lights with Sequential Indicators, Upgraded front DLR headlights.
Full Votex kit OE with OE Votex flared sills. (all brand new never fitted). Rear V5 sports bumper.
Smoothed bonnet with badge delete. Rear boot with Badge delete with pop lock (so I can still get in). replaced my AP coil over to Full air suspension. Ta Technix with KNTRL management. Full double yellow replay and now with an RSI OEM Rear Spoiler, supplied by VWPI.
Switched original back leather to the V5 sport leather. Then replaced this with R32 seats. R32 steering wheel. Fully customised R32 carpet mats. Black headliner, black glove box. split and refitted door panels with black version. Anniversary GTi interior lights/alarm sensors and anniversary sun visors with light vanity mirrors.
Just been asked to show the car at upcoming shows, keep an eye out and say hi.
Next stop … new alloys.
So there we have it, Sean’s New Beetle 18T Now with New Rare RSi Spoiler upgrade, wow what a special Volkswagen Beetle and brilliant modifications and now with a very rare part. Pleasure to help Sean! Enjoy!