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Discussion in 'Leon Mk2 (2006-2012)' started by Cupra-CY, Aug 18, 2009.
Around about £28000 equivalent... http://www.xe.com/ucc/convert.cgi?Amount=44900&From=CHF&To=GBP
anybode have p/n for rear Cupra R diffusser (twin exhaust, like r32)?
Does anyone know if the Mk2 LCR shares the LC's clutch & gearbox? And, in turn, are the clutch & gearbox the same as the Mk1 LCR's?
I'd highly doubt the clutch and gearbox are the same as a Mk1 LCR!
Gosh, are you implying that the Mk1 LCR's clutch & gearbox are not robust enough to endure c. 260bhp/lb ft long-term?! Not a popular school of thought with re-map fans...
I wondered about the gearbox/clutch carryover because it's a popular VAG theme - the Mk2 LCR's engine block, for example, is derived from the Mk3 Golf GTI's, which in turn is a version of the Mk1/Mk2 GTI's, which...
http://pistonheads.com/news/default.asp?storyId=21735 want one
It's priced ip at 25k is it not. The RS is the same price, I think I would rather have that
I'm not sure where PistinHeads got the idea that the Cupra suffers from Torque Steer from. Mine certainly doesn't.
For those that have missed it:
I'm sure it can handle that, it's the torque that's usually a problem with OEM stuff from what I remember about my TDI150.
I like the fact SEAT UK have got us some little extras again, like the rear 'faux diffuser' and bigger spoiler.
i cant seem to see why they're charging £25k. you could by a second hand cupra for abou £13-14k, then spend £400 and have mapped to 300BHP.
Or buy a second hand Audi S3 with the same output, for around £18-19k and that has four wheel drive, plus its name snobbery again, to say you have an Audi. Or £3k more, get a brand new S3. there are so many decent options for people who are fortunate enough to consider or have £25k to spend on a brand new car. it just doesn't make sense to me.
id rather spend abit more now
I agree I think the price is too high..... 22K is more what i would of thought.
got my 07 Cupra with 20K on it for 12.5K
Absolutley love it. Time to sell a kidney and get back into a SEAT.
id rather a rocco r.
i have a test drive booked next week
defo, they look just brilliant. barely see them either, so they're exclusive even in their normal from, let alone the R model. but again, really expensive. there's a "used" one on VW website for £35k....£35k..!
might be following your lead, will send you a pm at some point.
PS, wouldnt it be worthwhile hanging on to your catch can and ITG etc incase you do buy the rocco r?
Can only recommend going quattro....