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Upgrading to a Superpro Anti Roll bar?

Upgrading to a Superpro Anti Roll bar?

Posted on: May 12th, 2021 by NEAT

What are the benefits of upgrading to a Superpro Anti Roll bar on your VAG Vehicle? As most people should know now, we are a Superpro performance dealer. Therefore, any Superpro bushes, anti-roll bars and control arms, you can purchase through us or our sister company ‘VAG Performance’ https://www.vag-performance.co.uk/ We get a lot of enquiries for…

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Skoda Fabia common problem

Common Skoda Fabia issues

Posted on: April 30th, 2021 by NEAT

Common Skoda Fabia issues… what to look for? Following on with our monthly study of a popular vehicle; We thought we’d move onto a slightly more standard daily driver, the Skoda Fabia. What to look for? One of the most common issues we come across is with the Windscreen washer pump. The pump itself either…

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Golf R estate Repairs and Remaps.

Common Golf R/Audi S3 issues

Posted on: April 8th, 2021 by NEAT

Common Golf R/Audi S3 issues… what to look for? We often get asked questions about specific vehicles, their common issues and problems to look out for. Customers get a new vehicle and the first thing they want to do is know exactly what potential issues they could face, and rightly so! If you know what…

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What’s the difference between Petrol RON?

Posted on: March 4th, 2021 by NEAT

What’s the difference between Petrol RON? We’ve been having a lot of enquiries recently regarding REVO re-mapping which is great! However, a few customers have been running their petrol vehicles on 95 RON. A low RON petrol shouldn’t be used on high performance vehicles, you should be using a Petrol RON of 97+. Many people…

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Brake fluid servicing

Brake Fluid Servicing

Posted on: February 3rd, 2021 by NEAT

Our brake fluid servicing starts at £55 with the option to upgrade to Millers Oils Racing Brake Fluid. We recommend carrying out a brake fluid service every 2 years, regardless of mileage. This is a preventative measure to ensure the correct running of your vehicle. Brake fluid is hygroscopic, which means it attracts moisture. As…

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