added fiber optics to the headliner
On a naturally aspirated stock engine, higher octane fuel provides zero performance or fuel mileage benefit but can result in higher emissions due to incomplete burn. Unless you have the 1.4T, the only difference would be from fuel quality and difference in driving habits.Maybe you have not experienced any difference, but I have. My car gets better gas mileage with a higher octane gas. And depends on what gas station I get it from also. Shell seems to be the best in my area
Dove back into paint correction yesterday and today to fix an issue at the front of the car. Learned a lot from previous attempts and practiced my method on a piece of scrap metal.
Taped off area and then wet sanded with 600 grit. Four layers of primer, five layers of base (did so many because on the third can the spray can shot out some globs that had to be fixed) and four layers of clear coat.
After drying over night, I wet sanded with 2000, 3000 and 5000 grit. Finished off with Chemical Guys V32 cutting compound and Meguiars Polish.
While not perfect (there is a faint line on one side, a clear coat run and "orange peel") it is a marked improvement.
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There are four coats of clear. I am the issue regarding that part. Too much quick sprays and not enough long, wet passes. Caused too much "orange peel" that I could not sand out properly.I think you need more clear coat because that paint looks a little cloudy.........