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2023.03.29 09:31 milkmimo 32[M4F] CO / Anywhere - Really Just Want Someone to Chat With

I'm a bit into nerdy things. I recently started reading comic books. Started with some Thanos story and have been slowly expanding from there. I just started the Ultimate series of comics. I have not been reading comics long so there is a lot to catch up.
I like video games, but I'm mostly into single player JRPGs like Final Fantasy, Tales series, Trails series, Kingdom Hearts, Pokemon, Fire Emblem, etc. I like the story and game play. I'm not a fan of first person shooters and not that interested in more action types of games like Dark Souls.
I am learning to code, self-teaching. I am mostly learning Python 3 and want to do data science or machine learning with it.
I like to work on my car when I have time and money for it. It's an older GTI. I am practically building it from the ground up, started at wheels and tires and doing suspension now.
I'm open to pretty much any topic though!
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2023.03.29 09:19 UselessShrew MK7.5 optional extras?

I’m looking to buy a MK7.5 GTI and I was wondering if there were any optional extras that I should make sure not to miss
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2023.03.29 07:18 CarlWeezer567 Master Cylinder Snapped In Half, Is It My Fault?

Master Cylinder Snapped In Half, Is It My Fault?
Long story short, I learned how to drive on a '98 Jeep Wrangler. Nearly a decade later I purchased a 2016 VW GTI w/ 80k miles on it from a used car dealer. The transmission felt very alien to me. Two decades of engineering, a completely different drive train and the extra gear were some of the obvious differences, but the nuances were lost on me after 5 years driving an automatic.
About a week after purchasing the vehicle the master cylinder busted in half leaving me stuck in 3rd gear in the fast lane of the highway. Foolishly I floored it trying to maintain speed to pull over and completely fried the clutch plate. Feeling like an idiot I accepted that this was my poor skills with a manual transmission, and got the thing towed to my uncle's shop where he tore it apart and took the lovely photos you see here.
Asking my dad and my uncle who have worked on cars their entire lives they couldn't really give me a straight answer as to what could cause the master cylinder to give out like that. I kept asking if it was something I had done, seeing as I'd like to avoid making the same mistake in the future.
So, what do you think: short of ramming my foot on the pedal (which I did not do) why/how would a completely encased/embedded plastic arm snap in half like this?
My first thought is that the hydraulics locked up and pressure on the pedal forced the arm in a direction it simply could not go and: * crunch*
But why would the clutch hydraulics lock up? If there were a leak there would be no pressure, which is what I suspected was the reason for the pedal being against the floor. Other than that my only thought is that the clutch plate adhered to the fly wheel like hot glue and the master cylinder arm wasn't strong enough to yank it free so it just gave out. But that wouldn't explain why it got stuck in the first place.
  1. Would an older clutch with, say, 80k miles on it be more likely to overheat/wear down and "stick" like this?
  2. Can clutches even "stick" when overheated? I've read that isn't a thing.
  3. Do you agree with my hypothesis? Now that I'm $2500 in the hole for an entirely new clutch assembly & the works, what can I do to prevent wear on my clutch and avoid this plastic spork from folding in half again?
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2023.03.29 05:21 deaddog714 Milton = Dallas Wheels

Is there any difference at all between Milton wheels and Dallas wheels? I'm looking for the OEM wheel off a 2019 GTI AB DSG. I believe the VW part # is 5GM601025QFZZ.
But I see the wheel called both a Dallas and a Milton? Seems weird to have two names if they are identical.
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2023.03.29 05:06 MillionaireMason Best tune for is38 mk7.5 GTI?

Im currently stage 1 (DSG/ECU) unitronic tune and its great but I wanna go golf r turbo and hearing EQT will be fastest and reliable to run as well as IE is better for that rather then unitronic.
Not sure what to do & is is38 worth it over is38 hybrid turbo and with pushing 410hp cranked can I be 440hp golf r’s etc?
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2023.03.29 05:04 samwichh27 Question about new wheels

Hey y’all, I’m a car noob and especially a wheel/rim noob. I got my 23 Hybrid LE in January in the metallic black color. I was looking at getting new rims, specifically the Konig Hypergram in bronze.
I see that my current wheels are 17x7 and the Hypergrams only come in 17x8 with a +35 offset.
I’m just wondering if this will cause any issues or if any of y’all have done a similar thing before. Thanks!
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2023.03.29 03:54 GrapefruitNo3631 Finally caved and got the trail edition wheel in bronze with some Falken Wildpeaks

Finally caved and got the trail edition wheel in bronze with some Falken Wildpeaks submitted by GrapefruitNo3631 to ToyotaTacoma [link] [comments]

2023.03.29 03:23 Ghostofcanty News digest//Artsakh news//az breaks ceasefire multiple times//Armenian officials meet with many countries//Tree disagreements//Military reforms//etc//🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲

The session of the Armenian-Russian intergovernmental commission on military-technical cooperation has kicked off

"Opening the session and welcoming the participants, Deputy Minister of Defense Karen Brutyan emphasized the importance of strengthening and developing bilateral military-technical relations.
The Deputy Minister of Defense expressed hope that during the session there will be effective discussions related to the prospects of cooperation," reads the Facebook post.

Speaker of Parliament meets Bundestag President in Germany, calls for sanctions against Azerbaijan

Speaker Simonyan said that Armenia attaches great importance to the implementation of the EU-Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and appreciates Germany’s support in this matter.
Speaking about the post-war situation and the need for urgent solutions to regional security issues, Speaker Simonyan said that the no less destructive developments happening in South Caucasus – around Armenia and the Armenian-populated Nagorno Karabakh – are overlooked by many.
At the request of Bas, Simonyan presented details on the crisis in Lachin Corridor, the danger facing the blockaded 120,000 Armenians of Artsakh and the multi-layered humanitarian problems.
Simonyan warned that Azerbaijan is seeking to forcefully displace the Armenian population before the eyes of the whole world by continuing its policy of ethnic cleansing and creating unbearable living conditions.
The Speaker of Parliament reminded that the United Nations’ highest court – the International Court of Justice (ICJ) – issued a binding ruling on February 22, ordering Azerbaijan to “take all steps at its disposal” to ensure unimpeded movement of persons, vehicles and cargo along the Lachin Corridor in both directions.
“We expect our German colleagues to take practical steps to ensure the immediate implementation of the court’s decision by Azerbaijan through the application of sanctions against Azerbaijan,” Simonyan said.

Azerbaijani troops breached line of contact and advance into Nagorno Karabakh

In violation of the 9 November 2020 trilateral statement, the Azerbaijani forces breached the line of contact in the Shushi-Lisagor section on March 25 and secured some “positional advance”, the official Information Center of Nagorno Karabakh reported.
The Nagorno Karabakh authorities immediately notified the Russian peacekeepers on this yet another violation by Azerbaijan.
“The authorities expect the peacekeeping contingent to take practical steps for eliminating the consequences of this violation and preventing new violations,” the Information Center said in a statement.
“Azerbaijan’s false claim on the alleged use of the Stepanakert-Ghaybalishen-Lisagor mountain road for arms shipments is simply a pretext for their own renewed aggressive and destructive actions. They ambushed and killed three on-duty police officers and injured another on March 5 under this same pretext. The government of Artsakh has numerously said that in conditions of the ongoing blockade since December 12, the given mountain road is used for civilian, urgent connection between Stepanakert and four communities in Shushi region, which is carried out with [high-clearance] large vehicles, given the highly complex and hazardous terrain.
And the existence and normal functioning of the Defense Army doesn’t pose any danger for anyone, because it is envisaged exclusively for self-defense, taking into account the real and direct dangers and threats against the physical existence and safety of the people of Artsakh,” it added.

Azerbaijan’s attempt to advance further into Artsakh territory foiled

On March 27, at around 9:00 am, units of the Azerbaijani armed forces tried to advance towards one of the heights adjacent to the Stepanakert-Lisagor road, Artsakh’s Defense Ministry informs.
The attempted advancement of the was prevented thanks to the actions of the soldiers of the Artsakh army on combat duty,
The incident was reported to the command of the peacekeeping troops of the Russian Federation.

Nagorno Karabakh reacts to Azerbaijani meeting offer

Below is the full statement issued by the foreign ministry of Nagorno Karabakh.
In connection with another proposal made by the Azerbaijani President's Office to hold a meeting between representatives of Azerbaijan and Artsakh in Baku in early April, we consider it necessary to reiterate the principled position of the authorities of the Republic of Artsakh regarding possible discussions with Azerbaijan, their modalities and objectives. The Republic of Artsakh has always advocated and continues to advocate for dialogue and a peaceful, negotiated solution to all existing problems. We have never refused contacts with the Azerbaijani side, which is evidenced by the meetings held between the representatives of Artsakh and Azerbaijan with the mediation of the command of the Russian peacekeeping forces deployed in Artsakh. The conditions proposed by the Azerbaijani side regarding the place and agenda of the meeting, as well as the context in which the proposal was made, indicate that the goal of the Azerbaijani authorities is not to have genuine discussion on existing problems, but to disrupt a possible dialogue or to impose their own political agenda through coercion, blockade, creating unbearable living conditions and the use of military force. In this regard, we consider it necessary to recall that three days ago, on 26 March, the Azerbaijani armed forces, in flagrant violation of the trilateral ceasefire statement of 9 November 2020, crossed the line of contact and moved further into the territory of the Republic of Artsakh, in the direction of the unpaved road Stepanakert-Lisagor. Moreover, on 27 March, the Azerbaijani armed forces made another attempt to take control of the mentioned road, which is the only possibility of emergency communication between the communities of Shushi region and other settlements of the republic under the conditions of blockade. We reaffirm our readiness, in line with the established practice of previous meetings, to meet with the representatives of Azerbaijan with the mediation and at the deployment site of the command of the Russian Peacekeeping Contingent in Artsakh to discuss issues of ensuring the normal life activity of the people of Artsakh and the proper implementation by the parties of their obligations, in particular, those related to the unimpeded functioning of the Lachin Corridor. In this context, we consider the reopening of the only road connecting Artsakh to Armenia through the Lachin Corridor and addressing the humanitarian, infrastructural and other urgent issues caused by the blockade to be a priority The authorities of Artsakh are also open to discussing other issues, which would not be aimed at imposing ready-made solutions on the part of Azerbaijan, but the search of mutually acceptable solutions to stabilise the situation and prevent further escalation of tension. We emphasize once again that the continued blocking of the Lachin Corridor and aggravation of the humanitarian crisis in Artsakh are unacceptable and in no way contribute to creating an environment conducive to dialogue. We are convinced that only proper implementation by Azerbaijan of its international obligations, both under the Trilateral Statement of 9 November 2020 and the order of the International Court of Justice of 22 February 2023, may testify to Azerbaijan's willingness and interest to address issues through dialogue and negotiations without resorting to coercion and the use of force. We reiterate the inadmissibility of politicisation of dialogue on technical and humanitarian issues and emphasise that the political issues of the Azerbaijan-Karabakh conflict settlement must be discussed in an agreed and internationally established negotiation format, based on the equal rights of the parties and the existence of solid international guarantees for the implementation by the parties of their obligations.”

Charles Michel conducts separate telephone calls with Armenian and Azerbaijani leaders

On 25 March, European Council President Charles Michel had separate bilateral telephone conversations with President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan.
Following his last meetings with both leaders in Munich on 16-17 February 2023, President Michel raised with them various topics discussed in the Brussels process between their first trilateral meeting on 14 December 2021 and their fourth meeting on 31 August 2022.
Michel reaffirmed the EU’s strong commitment to helping the sides reach a long-awaited normalisation and sustainable peace and expressed concerns about the continuous crisis around the Lachin corridor, the recent casualties and sharp increase in tensions on the ground as well as accompanying negative rhetoric.
The EU top official urged his counterparts to look for compromise solutions and to refrain from any actions that could lead to risks of escalation.
In both calls, the leaders agreed to stay in close contact.

Armenia’s Constitutional Court greenlights ratification of Rome Statute

The High Court ruled today that the Stature corresponds to the Constitution of the Republic of Armenia.
The decision paves the way for Armenia to join the International Criminal Court.
Although Armenia signed the Rome Statute in 1999, in 2004, the Armenian Constitutional Court ruled that the Statute was partially incompatible with the Armenian constitution and could not be ratified.
The ICC is the world’s first permanent international court to prosecute war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide. Central to the Court’s mandate is the principle of complementarity, which holds that the Court will only intervene if national legal systems are unwilling or unable to investigate and prosecute perpetrators of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
The Armenian Government greenlighted the ratification of the Statue at a sitting of December 29, 2022.

Opposition nominates candidate for Ombudsman

The two opposition caucuses in the Armenian parliament have nominated their candidate for Human Rights Defender (Ombudsman), a position that has been vacant since the resignation of Kristinne Grigoryan in January.
The opposition’s candidate is Edgar Ghazaryan, a former Armenian Ambassador to Poland and former Chief of Staff of the Constitutional Court, the chair of the human rights and public affairs committee Taguhi Tovmasyan said in a statement.
Ghazaryan is a vocal critic of the incumbent government.
The ruling Civil Contract faction earlier announced that its candidate for the position is Anahit Manasyan, the Deputy Prosecutor General of Armenia. Manasyan hasn’t been officially nominated yet.
Candidates must pass a confirmation vote in parliament to be installed as Ombudsman.

United States expresses concern over Azerbaijani ‘military movements’

“Assistant Secretary Karen Donfried spoke with Foreign Minister Bayramov this morning and expressed concern over Azerbaijani military movements,” State Department spokesperson Vedant Patel said when asked to give updates from the situation on the ground regarding Armenia-Azerbaijan.
“She emphasized the U.S.’s commitment to Armenia-Azerbaijan peace negotiations. As the Secretary has also spoken about this quite repeatedly, direct dialogue is key to resolving this issue and reaching a lasting peace. There is not a military solution to this conflict. We’ll continue to facilitate discussions between Armenia and Azerbaijan bilaterally as well as with partners, and as well as throughout multilateral organizations as well,” Patel added.

Khandanyan presents situation resulted by the blockade of Lachin Corridor to the delegation of Czech Foreign Ministry

According to him, now Armenia is in the continuous processes of democratic reforms and is consistent to the succeeded experience of the Czech Republic.
The Committee Chair noted that this year the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Armenia and the Czech Republic. According to him, during the past three decades, inter-state warm relations were succeeded to develop and at present, Armenia is ready to deepen the cooperation in all possible spheres of mutual interest with the Czech Republic.
As Sargis Khandanyan observed, the inter-parliamentary cooperation is rather active. He expressed conviction that the mutual interests will promote the strengthening of cooperation between the parliaments of two countries.
Armenia highlights the effective cooperation with the Czech Republic on the bilateral, as well as multilateral platforms, in the EU and multilateral formats, including the UN, the OSCE, the Council of Europe and other formats.
Jaroslav Kurfürst thanked Sargis Khandanyan for warm reception and words. He also emphasized the deepening of cooperation between the two countries, noting that on the occasion of the establishment of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations, a number of events and mutual visits are scheduled.
According to the Director General for European Issues of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, the cooperation in parliamentary format has an important role for enriching the agenda of inter-state relations and deepening of the existing friendly ties.
The Committee Chair presented the situation in Armenia and in Nagorno Karabakh, spoke about the illegal blockade of the Lachin Corridor, underlining that as a consequence of closing of the only road connecting with the outside world, 120.000 residents of Nagorno Karabakh is in full blockade.
Issues of regional security were also discussed.

Armenian Prime Minister holds meeting with new Georgian Ambassador

PM Pashinyan congratulated Ambassador Sharvashidze on taking office and expressed confidence that his activities will boost the development of the Armenian-Georgian relationship, the Prime Minister’s Office said in a readout.
The Prime Minister praised the Armenia-Georgia cooperation course and attached importance to further expanding the economic ties and initiatives aimed at utilizing untapped potential.
Ambassador Sharvashidze vowed to make maximum efforts to strengthen the Armenian-Georgian ties.
PM Pashinyan and Ambassador Sharvashidze exchanged views around prospects of cooperation and discussed the trade-economic agenda. In this context they attached importance to active contacts and mutual-visits between business circles and their involvement in investment programs.
The importance of the signing of the agreement on introducing simplified visa-free travel requirements between Armenia and Georgia was stressed in terms of strengthening humanitarian ties.
Both sides attached importance to regional stability and peace.

Canada calls on Azerbaijan to release Armenian POWs, reopen Lachin Corridor

“I share the concerns of Armenian Canadians and Armenians in Nagorno Karabakh. We continue to call on the Azerbaijani authorities to reopen the Lachin Corridor. We need to prevent the worsening of the humanitarian crisis. Canada supports the 2020 ceasefire agreement, including the return of Armenian prisoners of war. It is important that the ceasefire – which is supported by the EU monitoring group – be respected,” Mélanie Joly said in response to MP Jean Yip, who noted that it’s already been over 100 days that the Lachin Corridor is blocked and that many Armenians in Canada are worried over the tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan and that the conflict in Nagorno Karabakh could soon escalate. She asked on the Canadian government’s position and efforts in this matter.

Armenian Ambassador to UN debunks Azeri accusations on “child soldiers”, letter published as official UNSC, GA document

Margaryan wrote the letter with reference to the groundless, repetitive and false accusations by Azerbaijan which have already been repudiated on several occasions.
Read the full thing in the link, it's a long letter

Armenian Defense Minister calls for continuous enhancement of combat readiness given regional situation

The three-day assembly will feature reports, lectures and exhibition trainings, the defense ministry said in a statement.
Defense Minister Suren Papikyan welcomed the participants of the event at the Defense Ministry headquarters on March 28.
Speaking about the regional military-political situation and the military’s objectives in this context, the minister attached importance to continuous enhancement of the combat readiness of troops, implementation of frontline re-equipment and reinforcement works, and also discussed the ongoing reforms in the military.

Due to the regional military-political situation, the Minister of Defense emphasized the increase of combat capability in the troops

According to the preparation plan for the academic year of 2023, on March 28, the three-day operational meetings held with the leadership of the RA Armed Forces started in the administrative complex of the Ministry of Defense.
Defense Minister Suren Papikyan welcomed the participants on the first day of the meeting. Touching upon the regional military-political situation and the problems faced by the armed forces in that context, the minister emphasized the continuous increase in combat capability of the troops, the implementation of frontline furnishing and fortification works, and also referred to the reforms launched in the armed forces.

Greek community of Armenia celebrates independence day

The Pontic Greek community of Yerevan organized a Greek national holiday celebration in the Educational-Cultural Center of National Minorities of the Prime Minister’s Office on March 26.
Greece celebrates Independence Day on March 25.
Colonel Gerasimos Avlonitis, the Defense Attache of the Embassy of Greece in Armenia, attended the event.
Eduard Polatov, the head of the Patrida Greek community of Armenia also delivered remarks

Armenian military builds new base intended for women recruits

Minister of Defense Suren Papikyan visited on March 25 a military base which will house the women’s regiment and a boot camp for women troops.
Papikyan surveyed the buildings and issued concrete instructions regarding the deadlines of the construction.
The Armenian military plans to introduce a new option of voluntary military service for women.

Armenian patriarchate calls on Israeli authorities to take serious measures following attack on St. Mary's Church

Below is the full communiqué released by the chancellery.
“The Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem strongly condemns the attack on the St. Mary’s Church of Gethsemane, which according to the Status Quo of the Holy Places is under the joint control of the Armenian and Greek Orthodox Churches.
Though it was the first attack on St. Mary since the beginning of this year, the Christian Holy Shrines have been in constant state of both physical and emotional duress by rogue attackers. Had these previous attacks on the Christian Holy Places been swiftly condemned by the local authorities leading to the perpetrators’ punishment to the full extent of the law, there would not be an influx of new attacks on the churches and monasteries of these Christian communities.
Religious intolerance and hate crimes in all their forms and perpetrations will never allow the conditions of peaceful co-existence to manifest. In fact, their presence – especially when gone unchecked by prevailing authorities – will encourage other hateful crimes and intolerances to take place. These actions and their lack of condemnation lead to unsafe conditions for these communities and establishes a lack of trust between worshipers, tourists, and residents with the local authorities.
Therefore, we call upon the Israeli Government and the Police to take serious measures to prevent such attacks and to protect both the Christian Holy sites and their daily worshipers from further vandalism and suchlike attacks.”

Nagorno Karabakh arrests two Stepanakert residents on suspicion of espionage

In a statement released Saturday, the Nagorno Karabakh Investigative Committee said “two residents of Stepanakert city established contact with agents of the Azerbaijani intelligence agencies” and regularly relayed classified information, including top secret data, in exchange for money.
Authorities said the suspects conveyed information on Nagorno Karabakh’s economy, the security of citizens, the social programs in response to the blockade, the changes happening in the composition of the government, the presidential orders and other information relating to the population - actions that constitute “high treason.”
The law enforcement agency did not mention how the suspects gained access to top secret information.
Both suspects are charged with high treason and are being held in custody.

Russia, Belarus barred from upcoming Yerevan European Weightlifting Championships 2023 by EWF

The men’s and women’s teams of Russia and Belarus were not included in the final entry list of nations by the EWF.
The EWF European Weightlifting Championships 2023 are scheduled to take place 15-23 April in Yerevan, Armenia.
In 2022, the EWF indefinitely banned Russian and Belarusian athletes from participating in its events. Russia and Belarus nonetheless submitted bids to participate in the Yerevan championships but the EWF turned them down.

As a result of the Lernakert excavations, burials attributed to the phase of transition from the middle bronze to the late bronze were discovered.

Burials attributed to the phase of transition from the Middle Bronze to the Late Bronze Age (2nd half of the 16th century - 1st half of the 15th century BC) were opened, in which both the Middle Bronze Age Red Berd and the Late Bronze Age objects were found. These tombs of the transitional phase (Middle Bronze to Late Bronze) have a retaining wall-cromlech with a diameter of 5-15 meters. The cells are underground, oriented north-south. In the burials attributed to different phases of the Late Bronze Age, the remains were placed in the ways of burial and reburial. Accompanying possessions in these tombs are shells, rarely beads. The tombs belonging to the early Iron Age have retaining wall-cromlechs (8-20 m square), low mounds made of small stones and east-west facing slab cells. Group burials were documented in the Lower Iron Age tombs. It was discovered
On the eastern slope of the hill of the Iron Age fortress Vari Berd, a "wheel-shaped" structure consisting of other adjacent circular structures was confirmed by aerial photography. "Wheel" structures are famous in Armenia in the foothills of Aragats, where they are found in the context of monuments called "desert kites". Remains of the "Spinal" structure were also documented in the highest ancient site of Aragats Mountain, Karmir Sar, where excavations revealed a collection of dragon stone carvings in their original environment. The example of Lernakert is special in that it is documented for the first time in the context of the castle. However, the latter's function is not yet clear.
The Lernakert excavations are important in terms of the study of the Early Bronze Age society. In particular, the research of the ancient DNA of Lernakert has received a wide response, which shows that the skeletons discovered in burials made at the same time, but in different tomb groups, had no family ties. It proves that different superstitions lived in the communities.
The study of the dynamics of changes in the early Bronze Age landscape of Lernakert makes it possible to follow the formation and construction processes of the defense system with the data of two fortresses in one complex. Due to the combination of data from Lernakert burial site with data from Artik, Harichi, Horom, Mastara, Talin and Lchashen, the processes of formation of complex societies in the Late Bronze Age can be outlined. Groups of privileged people, soldiers, religious servants and merchants are noted in castles and burial grounds.
Articles on the results of the excavations were published in Armenian and foreign periodicals, reported both at local and foreign scientific conferences.
The Lernakert archaeological expedition was co-financed by the Shirak Armenological Research Center of the NAS of RA, the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography of the NAS of RA, the State Committee of Science and the National Association for Armenological Research and Studies (NAASR) within the framework of the theme "Trends of the Bronze Age landscape transformation of the northwestern slopes of Aragats Mountain".

The President of the Republic of Armenia Vahagn Khachaturyan received the Chairman of the Constitutional Court Arman Dilanyan.

"I think the most important function of the Constitutional Court and the Presidency is to be able to monitor how well the Constitution works and is preserved in the Republic of Armenia. I would like to continue our conversation on this topic so that in the future we can decide where we have shortcomings, where we can make it more efficient and most importantly, do it together. I would also like to know your opinion in that regard," said Vahagn Khachaturyan.
Expressing his gratitude for the reception, Arman Dilanyan emphasized that the primary duty of the president is to follow the protection of the Constitution.
"In my opinion, it is the most important function of the presidential institution according to our Constitution. In other words, when we read the Constitution, the very first article is about the institution of the president, according to which the president follows the observance of the Constitution. It is not declaratory, it implies very specific powers. "It is the institution of the president that can fully highlight the national problems, analyzing these problems from an objective point of view and presenting them to the Constitutional Court as well," said the President of the Supreme Court.
During the meeting, Arman Dilanyan presented to the President of the Republic the ongoing reforms in the Constitutional Court and the programs of upcoming events. During the conversation, it was emphasized on both sides that the close cooperation of the Presidential Institute and the High Court and the harmony of the agendas of the two constitutional bodies guarantee the normal and uninterrupted functioning of the state bodies in the country.
During the conversation, reference was made to raising awareness about the activities of the Constitutional Court in social, educational and other spheres, raising awareness among citizens about the functions of the Constitutional Court.
A number of issues related to the training and training of personnel in the judicial system, the process and principles of recruitment were also discussed.

SC Secretary Armen Grigoryan had working meetings in Tallinn

The Secretary of the Security Council presented the security threats of Armenia to his colleagues, in particular, the possible escalation by Azerbaijan towards Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh.
The parties emphasized the security cooperation between Armenia and Estonia, as well as the processes of strengthening democracy in Armenia.

With the efforts of the Pan-Armenian Youth Football Association, 6 young football players from different countries will come to Armenia

The events are held in cooperation with the Football Federation of Armenia.
During the evening, world champion Yuri Dzhorkaef, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, FFA president Armen Melikbekyan sent video messages. National team football player Yura Movsisyan, SADA Systems president Hovig Safoyan, Arpinet LLC executive director Armen Muradyan, entrepreneurs, coaches who contributed to the development of Armenian football, football players, football fans took part in the event.
During his short visit to the USA, Hakob Arshakyan also met with the members of The Armenian Society of fellows council, scientists and entrepreneurs, and discussed the prospects of scientific and technological development of Armenia.
Meetings were also held with the head of the Los Angeles City Council, Paul Krekorian, community representatives, and a wide range of issues of bilateral interest were discussed.

Ruling Civil Contract faction nominates Anahit Manasyan for Human Rights Defender

The post of the Human Rights Defender has been vacant since Kristinne Grigoryan resigned in late January.
Everyone having attained the age of 25, enjoying high authority within the public, having higher education, having been a citizen of solely the Republic of Armenia for the preceding four years, permanently residing in the Republic of Armenia for the preceding four years, and having the right of suffrage, as well as having command of the Armenian language may be elected to the office of the Defender.
According to law, the Defender shall be elected by the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia, upon recommendation of the competent standing committee of the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia, by at least three fifths of votes of the total number of the members of the Parliament, for a term of six years.
The Defender shall assume office immediately after having been elected by the National Assembly by taking an oath.

Armenian FM discusses regional developments with the Ambassador of Spain

During the meeting the interlocutors exchanged views on topics related to regional security and stability. Minister Mirzoyan touched upon Azerbaijan’s actions, including the recent aggressions againts the Republic of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh, the rhetoric at the highest level and the illegal blockade of the Lachin corridor by Azerbaijan, emphasizing that such actions of Azerbaijan do not contribute to Armenia’s efforts to establish lasting peace in the region. Ararat Mirzoyan stressed the importance of lifting the blockade of the Lachin corridor as well as the importance of sending an international fact-finding mission to the corridor.

Armenia, Cyprus play a 2-2 draw in a friendly: Grant-Leon Ranos scores a brace

Armenia loses 1 - 2 against turkey in Euro Qualifier

Dr Sophie Scamps raises Artsakh blockade in Australian Federal Parliament

Dr Scamps said, “A couple of weeks ago, I was treated to a surprise visit in my electorate office by students of the AGBU Alexander Primary School in Duffys Forest in my electorate of Mackellar. AGBU is an independent, co-educational, bilingual English and Armenian Christian school. While I’m absolutely delighted to have received a visit from these year 5 and 6 students, they came with a very serious message. The students presented me with a letter they had written, asking me to address the Australian parliament on a very important matter: the ongoing blockade of the Lachin corridor in Artsakh since 12 December 2022, as part of the ongoing conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia.”
“The Lachin corridor is a road that connects the Republic of Artsakh to the Republic of Armenia. The letter went on to explain how the supply of food and medicine is running dangerously low as a result of the blockade, and gas supply between Armenia and Artsakh has been cut off.”
“There is a vibrant Armenian community in my electorate of Mackellar, and I’ve had many representations from those people in addition to the schoolchildren. On their behalf, I have made representations to Foreign Minister Wong’s office about this ongoing crisis and met with foreign department specialists to discuss the matter. The crisis affecting the people of Artsakh must not be forgotten or overlooked while the world is distracted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.”
ANC-AU Executive Director Michael Kolokossian welcomed the advocacy efforts undertaken by the Year 5 and Year 6 students of AGBU Alexander Primary School.
“During this difficult time, every Armenian-Australian must be advocating for an end to this illegal blockade. It is heartening to see the youngest members of our community play a key role in standing up for their homeland.”
“We thank Dr Scamps for engaging with the Armenian-Australian community and bringing this issue to the floor of parliament. Her principled stance is greatly appreciated as we work to end this blockade,” added Kolokossian.

Farmers in Artsakh targeted by Azerbaijani forces

The report states that at 11:30 a.m. on March 27, Alyosha Zakaryan, the chief specialist of the Martakert region of the Artsakh Republic’s State Inspections Management Committee, reported to the regional police department that March 26, the enemy targeted them in the administrative area of Martakert city. about firing erratically.
The police officers found out that on the same day around 11:30 a.m., while doing agricultural work in the pomegranate orchard belonging to the State Inspections Management Committee in the administrative area of Martakert city, Azerbaijani combat positions fired irregular shots from rifle weapons at the workers.
No one was hurt. Agricultural work was stopped. The police passed the information on to the Russian peacekeeping troops.

Armenia participates in International Agroindustrial Food Fair in Cuba

Armenia showcases agricultural products, brandy and wines at the event.

Sarsang water levels dropping at alarming rate amid blockade, Artsakh authorities say

Since January 9 Azerbaijan has been barring Nagorno Karabakh authorities from accessing and repairing the damaged power transmission line which supplies Nagorno Karabakh with electricity from Armenia.
“The only source of electricity we have now is the Sarsang Reservoir,” Ararat Khachatryan, the acting chairman of the Water Committee of Artsakh said.
“The water levels are over eight meters lower compared to the same period last year. Today the inflow is 4 cumecs, which is a very low indicator. The Tartar flow can reach up to thirty, forty or fifty cumecs. The consumption is a lot higher now. When water levels are high, less water is actually consumed for obtaining electricity, but when the water levels drop, pressure also drops and it takes more water to get the same amount of electricity,” Khachatryan explained.
“Since January 9, Azerbaijan has been impeding and barring us from carrying out repair works in the territory under its control where the high-voltage electricity transmission line supplying Artsakh from Armenia passes. Before the blockade, especially in winters, when the electricity supplied from Armenia was insufficient, we were using the Sarsang Reservoir. After the war we are left with only five small HPPs in Artsakh, which work only under 20% capacity,” Khachatryan said, warning that if the power line doesn’t get fixed soon there will be insufficient water levels in Sarsang.
Artsakh President Arayik Harutyunyan earlier warned that the significant decrease of water resources in Sarsang Reservoir (which had a capacity of 600,000,000 cubic meters) will lead to a serious crisis in spring and summer first of all for the Azerbaijani farmers themselves because the water resources won’t be sufficient enough for irrigating the 96,000 hectares in Azerbaijan’s Tartar, Aghdam, Bardi, Goranboy, Yevlakh and Akhjabad regions. The Artsakh authorities said that the residents of these regions should be aware that they won’t have irrigation water and will subsequently lose income and harvest thanks to their own authorities and the self-proclaimed “eco-activists”.

Artsakh's human rights defender had meetings in the Uruguayan parliament

Gegham Stepanyan thanked the members of the friendship group and the forum for the efforts invested in protecting the interests of Armenia and Artsakh, as well as raising awareness of the current situation in Artsakh.
During the discussions, reference was made to the policy of ethnic hatred conducted by Azerbaijan against the people of Artsakh and the works being carried out to counteract it, as well as the issues related to the involvement and expected support of the international community in the direction of lifting the ongoing blockade. Further steps of cooperation in the specified directions were discussed.

Japanese sakura flowers will blossom in Yerevan (for some reason)

The Japanese Embassy in Armenia on Tuesday approved the funding program for the renovation of a building where the “Khikari” Armenian-Japanese Cultural Center will function. The $120,000 grant program is called “Khikari Center Improvement Project.”
“The preparation for the project took three years, but I am confident that nice and good dreams always come true if you continue to wait and believe,” she noted.
Piliposyan also extended her thanks to all supporters, which include the Armenian MFA, Ministry of Culture, Government-Affiliated Charitable Project Coordination Commission and, of course, Japan.
The aforesaid building will be allocated for fifteen years and free of charge. The Center also will have a small Japanese style garden. Moreover, they already have promised to bring Japanese sakura (cherry blossom) flower seedlings to Armenian capital city Yerevan.
The renovation is scheduled to be completed by the year’s end.

Illegal building being done next to this building in Yerevan


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2023.03.29 02:08 oCamaron I draw faces on cars and call them Pokecars, here’s an angry mk7 gti

I draw faces on cars and call them Pokecars, here’s an angry mk7 gti
I added a front lip, side skirts and pretoria wheels, I think I kept it classy!
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2023.03.29 01:51 stillpiercer_ License Plate LED Adapters(?)

License Plate LED Adapters(?)
Hey all,
Bought this GTI about a year ago. Noticed that all of the interior lights (minus glove box and hatch) were LED. Plate lights are also LED. Found out later that this is not OEM, but I quite like it.
Within the last few weeks I've been getting a lot of intermittent "Check License Plate Light" warnings, and I've checked a few times and the lights were fine. Read into it a bit and found that LED plate lights require a resistor to trick the car into recognizing the LEDs.
Checked tonight and found that the lights were both out this time. Pulled the lights out and found these adapters. Anyone have any insight as to how I can replace these? I definitely want to keep the LEDs, but I think these adapters are shot - one of the pins look pretty sad. The LEDs themselves also don't look very clean, they almost look burned/corroded. Would appreciate any pointers to getting these replaced!
I know I can Google "MK7 GTI License Plate LEDs" but thought that people here might have some more helpful pointers.
Both adapters with the LEDs slotted in
This pin doesn't look good.
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2023.03.29 01:44 ea888gen3 Misfire Issues 2015 MK7 GTI

Hey all, I'm having a P0304/3B1E codes from an awful Cylinder #4 Misfire, that eventually turn into a hidden cylinder as shown in the logs (P1734/2A0B) I've thrown on an XL Turbocharger, MPI, New Spark Plugs (Denso 5750's), New Direct Injectors (P/N: 06L906036AH), and a fresh carbon cleaning. I've swapped Plugs, Coilpack's, from Cylinder #1 - #4 an the misfire persists to Cylinder #4. I think I may also need a new upstream O2 sensor as well, and I'm unsure if the misfire is related to that or not. On an EQT Custom Tune 91 Oct. Basemap at the moment. Attached is a log of injector things I'm not smart enough to interpret, but was told to log by a friend that may prove useful. Direct Injector or Coil Grounding are my only possible guesses at this point, as I'm not entirely sure what it could be. Appreciate any ideas, thanks!
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2023.03.28 22:20 white_mk5 Fitment

Would i be able to run "19x8.5 ET 32" wheels on my stock 2008 GTI without rubbing or scraping? want to keep performance.
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2023.03.28 20:10 Square-Pair-9242 100k miles recommendations (mk7)

Hello everyone,
Here is a list of maintenance I've done within the last 10k miles and I'm at 95k on my mk7 GTI:
Water pump Suspension Tires DSG service Air filters (cabin and normal) Oil pan (plastic to metal) Rear sway bar Plugs and coils
What I'm planning:
Performance Suspension fluid service Coolant flush
Anyone have anything else they would recommend? I'm not having any current issues.
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2023.03.28 20:00 S1dy 2020 Apollo Intensa Emozione

2020 Apollo Intensa Emozione

2020 Apollo Intensa Emozione

A Apollo Intensa Emozione upgraded to empty Kit (purple) parts has xxx PR and can match the final PR wall of Day 7 with xxx PR.
(A Apollo Intensa Emozione upgraded to empty Kit (purple) parts has xxx PR and can't match the final PR wall of Day 7 with xxx PR.
You need additionally at least xxx to get past the last PR wall!)

  • 7 Day Bounty Breakout Event
  • Refresh Tickets: 55 minutes, Cost 90 gold
  • Rush Timer: Watch Ad and reduce waiting time by 25%

Event Store:
Material Price
5 BPs 475 Gold
Upgrade Kits 12,500 credits (80 gold)
Grey Segment 4,000 credits (40 gold)
Green Component 6,000 credits (60 gold)
Note: 110/110 BP's are given out in store

Car Details:
  • Car Start: 3★ 0/45 Blueprints, PR: 702, Hyper
  • Car Finish: 5★ xxx/60 Blueprints, PR: xxx, Hyper
  • xxx Gold to 6★(, further xxx Gold to 7★, further xxx Gold to 8★)
  • BP Requirements: 3★: 60, 4★: 45, 5★: 45, 6★: 60, 7★: 60, 8★: 85

PR Level Max:
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ = 935
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ = 975
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ = 1,011

Max Stats 8★ 1 TP 2 TP 3 tp 4 TP
Speed 8,535 xxx 10,629 11,676 12,723
Acceleration 11,326 xxx 11,963 12,328 12,692
Nitro 9,885 xxx 11,807 12,768 13,729

Chapter Reward:
Day Reward
Day 1 20 Blueprints
Day 2 xxx Blueprints
Day 3 xxx Blueprints
Day 4 xxx Blueprints
Day 5 xxx Blueprints
Day 6 xxx Blueprints
Day 7 10 + 60 Gold

Series Tiered Rewards:
Bronze Tier (Day 4)
  • 15 Blueprints
Silver Tier (Day 6)
  • 30 Blueprints
Gold Tier (Day 7)
  • Apollo Intensa Emozione [5★ car]
  • Total Rewards: 15 + 30 + 115 Blueprints, 10 + 60 Gold
  • Mechanic XP: xxx at 5★

Material Requirement List: (See explanation)
Materials Build ★★★★ Kit performance Build ★★★★★ Kit performance
Motor Segment 7 11
Turbo Segment 9 13
Transmission Segment 8 12
Wheel Segment 8 12
ECU Segment 8 12
Nitro Segment 6 10
Motor Component 2 6
Turbo Component 6 10
Transmission Component 3 7
Wheel Component 4 8
ECU Component 3 7
Nitro Component 4 8
Kits to buy: Motor, Turbo, Wheel & ECU
Predetermined Material Reward Sheet

Day 1:
No. Race Type Material Hints
1 Time Trial Turbo Segment +1,700
2 Nitro Rush Transmission Segment 2,400 up to +3,200
3 Time Trial Wheel Segment +800 (Half-Mile-Race)
4 Hunter Turbo Segment +1,200
5 Rush Hour Nitro Segment +1,500 (with good drafting up to +3,200)
Complete Event by Tar-Ton

Upgrade Kits Available PR walls No. Races
- 703 5

Day 2:
No. Race Type Material Hints
1 Turbo Component
2 Motor Segment
3 Transmission Segment
4 ECU Component
5 Turbo Segment
6 Motor Component

Upgrade Kits Available PR walls No. Races
- xxx 6

Day 3:
No. Race Type Material Hints
1 Nitro Component
2 Transmission Component [Motor Segment, ECU Segment, Cash]
3 Motor Segment
4 Wheel Component [Turbo Segment, Nitro Segment, Cash]
5 ECU Segment
6 Turbo Component [Transmission Segment, Wheel Segment, Cash]
7 Motor Segment

Upgrade Kits Available PR walls No. Races
- xxx 7 (3 RR)

Day 4:
No. Race Type Material Hints
1 ECU Segment
2 Wheel Segment
3 Motor Component [Motor Segment, ECU Segment, Cash]
4 Transmission Component
5 Nitro Component
6 ECU Component [Turbo Segment, Nitro Segment, Cash]
7 Motor Upgrade Kit 1
8 Wheel Component [Transmission Segment, Wheel Segment, Cash]
9 ECU Upgrade Kit 1

Upgrade Kits Available PR walls No. Races
Motor, ECU xxx 9 (3 RR)

Day 5:
No. Race Type Material Hints
1 Motor Segment
2 Transmission Upgrade Kit 1
3 Wheel Upgrade Kit 1 [Turbo Component, Nitro Component, Cash]
4 Nitro Upgrade Kit 1
5 Turbo Segment [ECU Component, Motor Component, Cash]
6 Nitro Segment
7 Turbo Upgrade Kit 1
8 ECU Segment [Wheel Component, Transmission Component, Cash]
9 Transmission Segment
10 Wheel Segment

Upgrade Kits Available PR walls No. Races
Turbo, Transmission, Wheel, Nitro xxx, xxx 10 (3 RR)

Day 6:
No. Race Type Material Hints
1 Nitro Segment
2 Wheel Segment
3 Motor Segment [ECU Component, Motor Component, Cash]
4 Nitro Component
5 Transmission Segment
6 Motor Component
7 Transmission Segment
8 Nitro Segment
9 Wheel Segment
10 Motor Segment [Turbo Component, Nitro Component, Cash]
11 Motor Component
12 Nitro Segment [Wheel Component, Transmission Component, Cash]
13 ECU Segment
14 ECU Component

Upgrade Kits Available PR walls No. Races
- xxx, xxx 14 (3 RR)

Day 7:
No. Race Type Material Hints
1 Motor Component
2 ECU Component
3 Wheel Component
4 Nitro Component [Motor Segment, ECU Segment, Cash]
5 Nitro Segment
6 Transmission Component [Turbo Segment, Nitro Segment, Cash]
7 ECU Segment
8 Nitro Segment
9 Transmission Component
10 Wheel Component
11 Transmission Upgrade Kit 1 [Transmission Segment, Wheel Segment, Cash]
12 ECU Component
13 Motor Component
14 Nitro Upgrade Kit 1 [ECU Component, Motor Component, Cash]
15 Transmission Component
16 10 Gold

Upgrade Kits Available PR walls No. Races
Transmission, Nitro xxx, xxx 16 (4 RR)

In all, the 67 regular races reward you with around xxxxxx credits. Every additional re-race (there are up to 70 tickets available for re-races) will support you not only with credits as a race reward, but also with Mystery Prizes that are either credits or items.
To upgrade the Apollo Intensa Emozione completely to empty Kit (purple) parts, the material costs are 366,000 credits. Additionally, installation and rebuilding costs are at around 70,000 credits. So in all the event needs investments worth 436,000 credits.
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2023.03.28 19:59 And_Justice What colours did the mk7 GTI come in in the UK?

Probably looking to upgrade from mk5 to mk7 in the next year or so, I want to look a bit more aesthetically subtle than my current ED30 but want to keep it a bit different than your average GTI. There's a purple/burgundy colour I've seen a couple of examples in that I'd love but would be curious to see what was available as an option. Struggling to find anything beyond mk6.
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2023.03.28 19:12 Glittering-Respond61 is there any way to get this white paint off while keeping the original wheels bronze finish? I just bought the car and hate the spray paint.

is there any way to get this white paint off while keeping the original wheels bronze finish? I just bought the car and hate the spray paint. submitted by Glittering-Respond61 to Wheels [link] [comments]

2023.03.28 17:11 Dalekboii Exterior done on the MPC Celica Supra. Wheels are all that's left. Think I'm gonna do bronze(body color mixed with gold) on the TE37s I'm using. Opinions?

Exterior done on the MPC Celica Supra. Wheels are all that's left. Think I'm gonna do bronze(body color mixed with gold) on the TE37s I'm using. Opinions? submitted by Dalekboii to ModelCars [link] [comments]

2023.03.28 16:02 KhoaFraelich 2023 Toyota Highlander: V6 is Out, New Multimedia System is In

2023 Toyota Highlander: V6 is Out, New Multimedia System is In
Toyota’s love affair with naturally aspirated engines is starting to fade, as now evidenced by the updated Highlander.

For 2023, the popular Japanese midsize SUV replaces the good old 3.5L V6 with a new turbocharged 2.4L four-cylinder engine shared with the Lexus NX 350. Output is down from 295 hp to 265 hp, but peak torque jumps from 263 lb-ft. to 310 lb-ft.

Toyota claims drivers will feel this gain in everyday driving situations, especially when loaded up with passengers and cargo. Additionally, while official fuel consumption ratings have yet to be announced, Toyota anticipates an improvement from 10.3 L/100 km to 9.8 L/100 km, as well as reduced emissions.
Own a boat or camping trailer? Don’t worry: maximum towing capacity is still 5,000 lbs. As for the Highlander Hybrid, it continues to generate 243 hp, achieve a combined 6.7 L/100 km (officially) and tow up to 3,500 lbs.

What Else is New for 2023?
The 2023 Toyota Highlander benefits from a number of additional upgrades. Chief among them is Toyota’s brand new multimedia system, which is more responsive and more user-friendly. It comes with an intelligent voice assistant, several cloud-based features and services, over-the-air software updates and the ability to pair two different phones at once via Bluetooth. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is also included.
On Limited and Platinum models, content can now occupy the full 12.3-inch touchscreen, and a second new 12.3-inch display replaces the former 7-inch TFT instrument cluster, with four different visual modes for a personalized touch: Casual, Smart, Tough and Sporty.

An 8-inch touchscreen is standard on every other Highlander. Meanwhile, Toyota moved the Qi-compatible wireless charger from the centre console box to a more convenient location on the instrument panel shelf.
Outside, XLE and XSE models receive a hands-free power liftgate which you can open or close by sweeping a foot under the bumper. The latter now rolls on exclusive all-black 20-inch wheels. A new Cypress body colour is available, while the Hybrid Bronze Edition introduced last year is back.

Canadian pricing for the 2023 Toyota Highlander lineup will be released closer to the start of sales this fall.

Source: Guideautoweb
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2023.03.28 15:00 AutoModerator Tuesday Handling Modding Talk Thread

Welcome to your Tuesday Handling Modding Talk!
Today’s discussion includes all things wheels/tires, suspension, and brakes! Just picked up your new GTI and looking to spice things up? Some wheels will completely change the look and stance of your new car. Stage I/II/III and want to put some power down? Stock tires didn't stand a chance. Stiffer turns when canyon cruising, or the perfect track day set up? Here we go! Coming to a stop after those 1/4 mile runs at the drag? Let’s go BBK! Anything to help you use the power effectively in your car, we can talk about here.

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2023.03.28 12:55 supergoudjieee advice needed on tires

Hi there,
Im the proud owner of a Golf GTI 5. I bought it with 19" rims wrapped in Achilles tires 215/35ZR19. I would like to have more rubber around my rims for a more comfortable ride. Oh and my GTI is lowered by an adjustable system.
What kind of tire should I choose? Can I expect problems with the lowering of my car, like the wheels hitting the arches?
Thanks in advance!
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2023.03.28 12:54 jesseph Hissing noise with volume at zero

Hello guys, I just added the Pioneer Gm-d1004 amp to my stock head unit of a Golf mk7 gti. When I turn the volume off on the head unit there is a noticeable hissing sound coming from the speakers, also when you turn it of there is a “plop” noise coming out of the speakers.
The amplifier doesn’t have a gain or level switch.
I already added a extra ground to the cable harness.
Could you guys help me out?
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2023.03.28 08:58 please-help_me18 I cannot find anything on the web about psi (boost pressure) after tune. I have EQT stage 2 running 93 on mk7 GTI and get at least 28.5 consistently in any pull. What are y’all seeing? I’ve been dying to know what other GTI owners psi look like

I cannot find anything on the web about psi (boost pressure) after tune. I have EQT stage 2 running 93 on mk7 GTI and get at least 28.5 consistently in any pull. What are y’all seeing? I’ve been dying to know what other GTI owners psi look like submitted by please-help_me18 to GolfGTI [link] [comments]