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Old May 5, 2012, 03:08 AM   #1
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It's not something I like to think about, but I may be putting the R32 up for sale. My wife and I are expecting our first child in November and it's looking like it may be time for something a bit more practical. I absolutely love this car, will hate to see it go.



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Whats not practical about a Golf?

Or get the 4 door lol.
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Suspension so stiff it will probably give my kid shaken baby syndrome .
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Bah. ASCI N00b has been packed in my GTI since he was brought home from the hospital, never had any real problems but a 4 door would have been nice to get.
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Suspension so stiff it will probably give my kid shaken baby syndrome .
It will help to put him/her to sleep on those cranky nights.
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Is it on aftermarket suspension?

An R32 is anything but stiff.
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Is it on aftermarket suspension?

An R32 is anything but stiff.
Yeah, H&R Coilovers. Pretty much the stiffest setup on the market when I had them installed.
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Yeah, H&R Coilovers. Pretty much the stiffest setup on the market when I had them installed.
Get softer coilovers, or <gasp> return to stock.

problem solved.
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problem solved.
Then he won't have mad tite stance.
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Get softer coilovers, or <gasp> return to stock.

problem solved.
We have a winner.

Why on earth would you take a R32 and stick in on harsh riding coilies? lol
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Why on earth would you take a R32 and stick in on harsh riding coilies? lol
I know a lot of automobile related conversations are beyond your reasoning, but really?

Why modify the suspension of a sporty coupe/hatch?
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We have a winner.

Why on earth would you take a R32 and stick in on harsh riding coilies? lol
Is this a serious question?

Anyway, the ride quality of the car isn't really the issue. We've moved into a house and I find myself borrowing a friend's truck on a regular basis. That along with the fact that our family is growing is pushing me towards a crew cab truck or SUV. We've thought about keeping the R and buying a cheap used truck/SUV, but we don't really have room for three vehicles. We'd sell my wife's Camry, but need at least one vehicle with semi-decent gas mileage.
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Is this a serious question?

Anyway, the ride quality of the car isn't really the issue. We've moved into a house and I find myself borrowing a friend's truck on a regular basis. That along with the fact that our family is growing is pushing me towards a crew cab truck or SUV. We've thought about keeping the R and buying a cheap used truck/SUV, but we don't really have room for three vehicles. We'd sell my wife's Camry, but need at least one vehicle with semi-decent gas mileage.
Sell both and get a Cadillac CTS-V wagon
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I know a lot of automobile related conversations are beyond your reasoning, but really?

Why modify the suspension of a sporty coupe/hatch?
Well...

It is well known that for Mk4's to handle worth a damn, you don't lower them. You lower for looks.

Well, unless you do a massive cast of supporting mods like ball bearing bushings, changing knuckles, different control arms, different strut mounts, etc. etc.

Sooo... It's like tarting up a Honda Civic, slamming it so there is no suspension travel... Why do it?
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****, you live here in P-town too. I wish I had the $$ I would buy that off you.
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Well...

It is well known that for Mk4's to handle worth a damn, you don't lower them. You lower for looks.

Well, unless you do a massive cast of supporting mods like ball bearing bushings, changing knuckles, different control arms, different strut mounts, etc. etc.

Sooo... It's like tarting up a Honda Civic, slamming it so there is no suspension travel... Why do it?
And why would you make the assumption that all I've done to the suspension is throw some coilovers on it? I didn't think any post on here warranted an exhaustive list of mods I've done to the car.
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And why would you make the assumption that all I've done to the suspension is throw some coilovers on it? I didn't think any post on here warranted an exhaustive list of mods I've done to the car.
I kinda wondered as well where the comment came from.

Didn't figure I would post anymore after that.
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And why would you make the assumption that all I've done to the suspension is throw some coilovers on it? I didn't think any post on here warranted an exhaustive list of mods I've done to the car.
I was fishing for the list of mods, cause it's a sweet ride.

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Didn't figure I would post anymore after that.
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I know a lot of automobile related conversations are beyond your reasoning, but really?

Why modify the suspension of a sporty coupe/hatch?
Or why modify the suspension of a big, fat, heavy, comfy hatchback, to hard riding coilovers.

I know that might be beyond your reasoning, but really?
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Or why modify the suspension of a big, fat, heavy, comfy hatchback, to hard riding coilovers.

I know that might be beyond your reasoning, but really?
Well I can see certain ideas are beyond your grasp. Good to know.
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Or why modify the suspension of a big, fat, heavy, comfy hatchback, to hard riding coilovers.

I know that might be beyond your reasoning, but really?
You really should consider being a bit more open-minded. You might starting see things a bit different in the world. You might even like it.
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I know that might be beyond your reasoning, but really?
Might help him not crash his car.
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I know that might be beyond your reasoning, but really?
I somehow dont think the R variant Golf was very "comfortable" to begin with......
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Or why modify the suspension of a big, fat, heavy, comfy hatchback, to hard riding coilovers.

I know that might be beyond your reasoning, but really?


Grov, you are funny.

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It really was.

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