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Thread: BVR Caddy

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    BVR Caddy

    This is our workhorse





    1.9TDI Caddy
    Pretty standard, just mapped for a little more power


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    Re: BVR Caddy

    cool van..... even better with the new stickers


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    Bloody quick van.......

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    its a tidy lookin van and went well

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    Re: BVR Caddy

    I think it's a "race map" he's stuck on it. So no guarantee but a very nice powermap. Obviously not something he'd stick on any cars but his own though I've known him since well before he stuck race maps on his car and vans, and nowt has ever gone wrong. A well looked after engine can handle the race maps just fine. And clearly they work. lol

    Got a video of me and Dave (BVR) last year when we had the snow. Dave took me out up Leek or some mad long road covered in snow. Saw one car and one truck on the whole road it was that bad and we managed to keep up with both. The trucker was mental. Don't know how they have the guts to be honest. Ice-road-trucker style but up Leek - haha

    But yeah, the van coped fine and dandy. A very reliable (and quick) work horse.

    Dave got pulled by the rozzers not so long back for pulling out of a junction and giving it a bit due to being in a rush and the copper clocked it wheelspin through 1st and 2nd (not intentional - just in a rush) so blue-lighted him. A quick check and he was let off and told to slow down. But goes to show, it isn't always the quick cars that you get pulled over accidentally for.

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    We've done a few track day maps for customers but they just need to sign a disclaimer just like you would with a stage two map

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    I'll vouch for how fast this is lol fastest van in the west
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    Coilovers, axle flip, and RM's finish it off nicely, and if its used for b/downs get some LED strobes hidden behind the grill and in the back windows.

    Would love a Caddy to turn into a mod'd low workhorse, just need funds haha, and a good base van, not a builders tip!

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    looking good there mate

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    Re: BVR Caddy

    Quote Originally Posted by Seedy View Post
    Coilovers, axle flip, and RM's finish it off nicely, and if its used for b/downs get some LED strobes hidden behind the grill and in the back windows.

    Would love a Caddy to turn into a mod'd low workhorse, just need funds haha, and a good base van, not a builders tip!

    do it dave dont sell it
    Fully fledged member of the 8V death squad

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