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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Marius336 » Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:15 pm

there is a 1k8 4chanal PDC modul, its a easy retrofit, but 12chanal Park assist wold be nicer, like i did :nod:
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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Argonaut » Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:19 pm

Marius336 wrote:there is a 1k8 4chanal PDC modul, its a easy retrofit, but 12chanal Park assist wold be nicer, like i did :nod:

https://www.cars-equipment.com/en/shop/rear-ops-pdc/oem-ops-pdc-for-vw-scirocco/
Marius this is the best one for money I can find. Do you have any better? If it is easy I would be glad to retrofit it.
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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Marius336 » Sun Jan 06, 2019 7:54 pm

i would do this
https://www.carsystems.eu/new-vw-sciroc ... d2421.html

ask if you only can buy harnes and modul without sensor
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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Trebs » Fri Jan 18, 2019 11:17 am

Somebody knows how to code the rear lights with obdeleven ?
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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Argonaut » Fri Feb 22, 2019 9:01 pm

I always liked blacked out lower part of the grill as seen on some facelift Roccos... but I customized that idea a bit, hope you like it. So I got it wrapped in gloss black as you can see on pictures :D

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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Roy_01 » Sun Feb 24, 2019 8:22 pm

Looking good David, it's so clean! Nice workshop also.
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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Argonaut » Wed Feb 27, 2019 5:45 pm

Thank you Roy!
This was at wrapping center in my town.

Btw. I am Leo :)
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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Roy_01 » Wed Feb 27, 2019 6:41 pm

Oh sorry i mixed you guys up :P
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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Argonaut » Tue Mar 26, 2019 11:46 pm

:eyepop: :eyepop: :eyepop: 16.3.2019. UPDATE
Couldn't resist doing this so here we go!

Went to a guy that makes exhausts, we took off the stock one in order to get the new diffuser in place.
I bought Rieger Gloss Black rear diffuser for the Scirocco R and got it on.
Then we made a deal about the exhaust, 70mm diameter, one free flow muffler, two 100mm 35° angled tips.
I will only say one thing: I never thought a 1.4 engine can sound like this! I am amazed.

Will post a video soon.

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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Argonaut » Wed Mar 27, 2019 12:10 am

Photo shoot for the end :yummy: :yummy:
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Re: SCIROCCO EDITION 1.4 Facelift in progress CROATIA

Postby Vinkelrocco » Mon Aug 10, 2020 5:04 pm

Hey. Nice work im new in here. Do you have the part number for the not r fl rear bumper. Tobias

LeoMarion wrote:FINALLY FINALLY
After a bunch of harassment with bodyshop, I finally got the parts fitted! So amazed with the new look of my car.
I am a bit sad that I couldn't find an R line rear FL bumper but it is what it is, I am very happy!

The things that were done:
1. New radio was installed, bluetooth and Mirrorlink working. Pics before and after:
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2. Old bumpers, taillights and bootlid were removed... Front parts required for facelift were replaced and foam filler cut.
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3. Facelift bootlid, front and rear bumper were painted in Candy White color to match my car. Rear diffuser was painted gloss black, as well as side mirrors. Bootlid got debadged and Inox exhaust tips are on :D
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Outcome:

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Re: SCIROCCO EDITION 1.4 Facelift in progress CROATIA

Postby Vinkelrocco » Mon Aug 10, 2020 5:06 pm

Hey. Nice work im new in here. Do you have the part number for the not r fl rear bumper. Tobias

LeoMarion wrote:FINALLY FINALLY
After a bunch of harassment with bodyshop, I finally got the parts fitted! So amazed with the new look of my car.
I am a bit sad that I couldn't find an R line rear FL bumper but it is what it is, I am very happy!

The things that were done:
1. New radio was installed, bluetooth and Mirrorlink working. Pics before and after:
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2. Old bumpers, taillights and bootlid were removed... Front parts required for facelift were replaced and foam filler cut.
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3. Facelift bootlid, front and rear bumper were painted in Candy White color to match my car. Rear diffuser was painted gloss black, as well as side mirrors. Bootlid got debadged and Inox exhaust tips are on :D
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Outcome:

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Re: SCIROCCO SPORT EDITION 160 CROATIA :)

Postby Iroc20 » Mon Nov 02, 2020 10:06 pm

LeoMarion wrote:Updates :) received rear facelift parts and got them painted


Also bought all necessary brackets, wires and connectors for conversion. Bought Inox exhaust tips.
Everything you can see is original VW.
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Hello, I'm sorry I ask you, would you have the codes of the products purchased to get the trunk, headlights and rear bumper?
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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby milance941 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 8:37 pm

Congrats man, that Rocco looks amazing :clap:
I also have pre facelift Rocco 2.0tsi and I plan on doing FL conversion. I'm aware it would take a lot of time and money but I'm here for the journey :D
I'm from Serbia and would love to meet up and get some advice from you.

Pozdrav!
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Re: SCIROCCO 2011 Facelift done

Postby Cecemelk201 » Thu Sep 02, 2021 10:47 pm

Nice job mate looks fantastic i just orderd the taillights trunk and rear bumper to do the conversion myself i saw that the rear conversion is not that hard only I didn’t understand how you fixt the taillights do they just plug and play or do i need to adjust som electrical components and the locking mechanism do you have any wiring diagram aswel for that thx for the help and manny safe kms with your rocco
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