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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-04-2007, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
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Jetta MKV Performance Parts

I've been rigorously searching the web for Performance parts for my 07 VW Jetta. I can't seem to find anything out yet for this Generation of Jetta as far as non OEM parts.

I just bought an eibach pro kit for it and thats about the only thing I can find for it right now.

If anyone knows any sites that sells parts for MKV VW Jetta 2.5's, and can list them I'd really appreciate it.

I am looking for the following things for it

Sway Set
Cold Air Intake
Shark Fin Antenna
Big Brake Kits
Cat Back Exhaust

Also before you try to redirect me to a VW forum, please note that the memebers have told me to search to web first (which I have done) and are now witholding info. So please help me out.

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sounds like a bunch of douche bags at that VW forum.
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What makes you want to get the big brake kit so soon?? Thats a big buy. I would work on the turbo kit. Probobly cost's the same. Check this out:
JettaMKV.com :: The Fifth Generation Jetta Enthusiast Website :: View topic - The Jetta MKV 2.5L Will Soon Have Performance Parts....

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What makes you want to get the big brake kit so soon?? Thats a big buy. I would work on the turbo kit. Probobly cost's the same. Check this out:
JettaMKV.com :: The Fifth Generation Jetta Enthusiast Website :: View topic - The Jetta MKV 2.5L Will Soon Have Performance Parts....
Thanks bro. I didn't think they would make a turbo kit for it since it's a 2.5 and I've only seen them for the 2.0T.
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Yeah it doesnt seem there is anything but the eibach springs and a cold air intake. I couldnt even find the cold air intake. But a forum is the best bet because they have all the info. I am on a few car forums and they have taught me as much as my college classes did.
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Yeah it doesnt seem there is anything but the eibach springs and a cold air intake. I couldnt even find the cold air intake. But a forum is the best bet because they have all the info. I am on a few car forums and they have taught me as much as my college classes did.
I have a friend that told me he made a custom cold air intake for his jetta with parts from Pep Boys. I would ask him what I need but unfourtunately he's in Juvenile Hall.

By the way. I'm just wanted to confirm. When I buy a big brake kit, does it come with enough for both front and rear or will i have to buy 2 kits?

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It all depends on the kit. Most brake kits are just the front brakes. You could get drilled and slotted rotors and some green stuff brake bads or ceramic and then add stainless steel lines and that should do some good and add a look. Air intakes are really easy to make. But when you buy them fitted its alot better. But you just buy pvc pipe or a cold air for another car that looks like it would fit. With an air intake and exhaust system I would look into a high flow cat or test pipe and also headers. When I put headers on my car it sounded amazing. Also adds a good bit of torque and HP.
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