Waterfest is officially of age, legal and fully matured. OK well maybe not everybody is exactly an eagle scout, but overall Waterfest has hit the point where the craziness and the destruction is a thing of the past. While that means for some, the show is not as exciting as they would like it to be, we feel like it allows those who are there for the cars to really get a chance to enjoy them without any unwanted distractions. Waterfest is and always has been the most well organized show period. Nobody else can claim to have shuffled in as many cars and vendors into one location as smoothly as Dan his crew have. We have great respect for that aspect. And it’s not as if Waterfest has not accommodated the wilder side, as Afterfest has been very successful so far. It is for these reasons and more that we continue to support Waterfest. And speaking of support, we do always thoroughly appreciate those who stopped by our booth to pick something up, or simply say hello. So to that we say thank you to everyone involved for making Waterfest 21 yet another memorable year.
A shot of our booth this year.
Our new GS Series shift knob display in action.
We’ve recently begun offering Renown steering wheels on the site too
Our project UA30 Shiraz A3 has recently received a huge increase in power, with the addition of an IS38 Turbocharger , with matching APR software. With supporting modifications APR was able to see an indicated 3.7 0-60 time our of our A3. In addition to the new turbo, we have collaborated with Eurowise on an exclusive new exhaust system that will feature a remote controlled exhaust cut out as an option. This will be available on our site soon.
A look at the tips on the exhaust
In addition to interior bits, we also brought along our Maxton Design splitters. We had a selection on display and for sale, as well as one being shown off on our MK7
Eurohouse’s MK6 GLI drag car
A very BFI engine bay
Vwvortex’s project Golf Sportwagen
As usual Orchid Euro was on hand with some very unusual proects
As usual Schimmel was on hand showing off some high horsepower cars
APR’s monster MK7 Golf R
And their Stage 3 TTRS