I pop in on the Ibiza section quite often and so thought I'd share my latest ride. VW 6R Polo GTI Deep Pearl Black 5 door 7 speed DSG I got carried away and ticked quite a few of the options boxes Climate control Convenience pack Sensor pack Winter pack Xenon headlights with DRL's Multi-function steering wheel I was initially tempted to have the RNS310 Satnav unit, but found out that it only had a 5" screen and less functionality than the VW RNS510 that is an option on the Golf and so held off and kept the standard RCD310. Here is a pic of the car as standard. However she didn't stay that way for long and within the week she was sporting Revo stage 1 and uprated NGK BKR7EIX spark plugs . The power went from 178.7bhp/178.3lbft to 206.5bhp/223lbft and felt much better for it. As you can see from the first photo, the car looked rather high on the OEM suspension, so I ordered some Bilstein B16 PSS9 coilovers to help reduce that pesky arch gap. At the same time I ordered a front brake upgrade from TAROX and also was fortunate to lay my sticky mits on a full Milltek turbo-back exhaust system, VWRacing special order Team dynamics Pro Race 1.2's (they have the motorsport rim logo deleted and have no need for spigot rings), Whiteline rear ARB and a Tomioka lightweight race battery. The combined effect of all these mods was to effectively reduce the weight of the car and help with handling and power for trackwork in 2012. The rear spare was replaced by a tyre repair aerosol and overall the car dropped in weight by 50kg from it's initial weight of 1200kg (with half a tank of fuel). Once the exhaust went on I had the car moved to Revo stage 2 and dyno'd on the same rollers. The car went from 206.5bhp/223lbft at stage 1 to 220.5bhp/232.5lbft at stage 2 and still on the OEM intake. This made me torment REVO for their new ITG intake, which was duly fitted and then the car went back on the same rollers again to see what the difference was. The car went from 220.5bhp/232.5lbft on the stock filter to 236bhp/267.9lbft with the ITG intake - just goes to show how restrictive the OEM exhaust must be and how good the ITG intake is. The next gap to fill was the woeful headunit and I had managed to use my connections to get hold of the latest revision F RNS510 head unit along with the latest bluetooth module and GPS antennae. These were all fitted by Darren who is a whizz with this kit and duly set the equipment up to show speed cameras and speed limits as POI's and code in the reverse sensors and MFSW. So, here are a few pics of how she looks at the moment. Brakes - TAROX b30 - 6 pots - 323mm disc Lowered with all the kit on. A couple of arty shots Future mods in the pipeline are:- Uprated intercooler Uprated radiator Water/meth Hybrid turbo ATB LSD Polybushing These should be done before the 2012 show/track season begins. Thanks for viewing and comments welcome.