Audi TT Babes

Yes honey, the babes are on the pics! I would much prefer pics of cars only, without anything blocking the view of the car. But what can I do…


Since I search the web for tuning parts everyday, I often stumble on pics with TT babes. So I started to download them thinking it would one day become an article on my blog. So this is it, the babes page. Once you have looked at all the pics, you can focus on the main reason you’re here, the Audi TT.

Consider these pages as a Christmas gift  :)

Audi TT 8N Babes (MK1)

Audi TT 8J Babes (MK2)

Audi TT 8S Babes (MK3)

Audi TT Babe Videos

Audi Babe Nude

Audi Babe German Flag

Audi Babe Sexy Chicks

Audi Babe Sexy Ass

Audi TT Tuning

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Audi TT 8N Babes

Audi TT 8N Babes

Rare are the sites that classify babe pics according to model versions… And there are 200 sexy babes, I mean sexy Audi TT MK1s in this gallery. Some pics were taken by me!🙂 Enjoy!


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Audi TT 8J Babes

Audi TT 8J Babes

Rare are the sites that classify babe pics according to model versions… And there are close to 80 sexy babes, I mean sexy Audi TT MK2s in this gallery. Enjoy!

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Single Wiper Conversion for an Audi TT MK1 (8N)

After looking at the DTM TT, I have been searching the web on single wiper conversions for my TT. I think it looks great and thought it would be a fun to DIY this winter.

Audi TT DTM Mk1 8N


I found 2 ways: A complete DIY solution that costs almost nothing and a complete kit, witch accessories and options. Obviously, the latter is more expensive and costs about 150$+.

DIY Solution

This solution was fond on a VWVortex forum. I took it from there and I’m not the author. It goes like this:

If you do this, its at your own risk and you accept full responsabity for your actions!!

Tools needed: hammer, drill, drill bit that fits a small machine screw, regular screw driver, metric sockets and a hack saw or grinder.

1. Take off wipers.
2. Open hood
3. Take off wiper arms.
4. Remove plastic trim with gasket and disconnect the washer nozzles
5. Remove the three bolts holding the wiper assy down.
6. Disconnect the wiper assy electrical connection.
7. Remove assy.
8. Using a screwdriver, pop off the linkage connecting the passenger side piviot point to linkage arm.
9. Drill a small whole to shorten the linkage pivot point.

10. Trim the arm width enough so it doesn’t hit the assy support bar, about 1/8 of a inch. and put a s bend on it as well, thats where the BFH comes in.11. Check for free movement, the small arm needs to move almost 180 degs with out hiting anything, the small arm movement is the same as the wiper blade, the more that moves, the more your wiper blade will.
12. Insert a machine screw through the whole you drilled, and also install the a nut with a washer and some locktite.
13. Reinstall assy.
14. Reinstall everything else except the drivers side wiper arm.
15. Trim the plastic peice to allow extended movement of the passenger side wiper arm.
16. Make minor adjustments of the wiper arm placment on the windsheild. in the park position, it should rest where it did orgionally.
17. If all goes well, you should have the wiper arm slide accross the full windsheild.
18. You need to go down 1 size wiper blade

Final result

After reading the reviews of guys that tried this solution, I thought it would probably be easier to find a complete “bolt on” kit. It’s apparently not that easy but still doable. Not for me, I decided.

Complete Kit

After searching the web, I found one supplier (Storm Wipers) that has such a kit, for both RHD and LHD TTs. Also, the kits have several options available. The wiper can be parked on the side, up the middle for the “touring car” or “DTM” look or anywhere in the swept area. Fitting time is approximately 1 – 2 hours.

Isn’t that cool? Here’s the kit picture:

The kit includes: New single wiper linkage, single wiper arm, wiper blade, fitting instructions and a blanking grommet.

There are options available, such as : A stainless steel wiper blade cover that fits over the wiper arm (for a clean look), A wash as you wipe jet that puts winshield washer fluid as you wipe, And different bade options.

Smooth Wiper Cover

You can find Storm Wipers on ebay and the kits go for 75 british pounds, plus options.

I contacted Nick Sanders at Storm Wipers and ordered a kit plus 2 options, the smooth wiper cover and an “aero” blade. (I think the regular blade is too big and does not look good).

More news and pics to come when I get and install the kit.

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Update: Osir Design Carbon Fiber Mantis

You guys won’t believe this!

2 days ago, I went to my tuning specialist for advice on cooling the engine temperature on track days. As we were talking about different options to monitor the temperature (different gauges) I told him I searched the web for a pod gauge but unfortunately couldn’t find the Osir Pod Gaude I was looking for. “It’s been discontinued for quite some time” I told him “and I guess I’ll have to find another way of mounting my gauges in the dash”…

He then turned around and asked me to follow him. So I did. I followed him in his stock room and waited for him to find what he was looking for. He was going through dusty boxes, looking under blankets, things were falling from the shelves… Anyhow, after a five minute search he went “Ah-ah! Found it!” and handed me a small black Osir box… There it was: A complete Osir Design Carbon Fiber Mantis waiting to be installed!

I couldn’t believe it! I had just posted an article on this blog saying they can’t be found anymore and BAM, 2 days after I had one in my hands. I gave the garage owner the 250$ he wanted without hesitation and left him as a happy camper.

One thing, I may resell it. Not sure yet. I asked an aluminium designer from Germany to custom design a pod for my car. So I may sell the Osir kit. Let’s see.

Pics! (Sorry for the picture quality. Taken with my iPhone in the garage)

Dusty Osir Design Carbon Fiber Mantis

Dusty Osir Design Carbon Fiber Mantis in it's box

Dusty Osir Design Carbon Fiber Mantis
I couldn’t resist and installed it. Mouting is a 15 min job.

UPDATE: Feb 3 Installed!🙂 See here.

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Osir Design Carbon Fiber Mantis

Have you guys seen this yet?

It’s a rare gauge pod made especially for the Audi TT. It has apparently been designed by David Manseau. (A designer?) Anyhow, everywhere I look for it, its discontinued or out of stock. Pricing is about 250$ without the gauges. Osir Design Carbon Fiber Mantis has made a very good job here.

Osir Design Carbon Fiber Mantis Osir Design Carbon Fiber Mantis Gauge Pod

I am also figuring out what I’ll be doing with that space. I’m thinking aluminium plate like the 2010 DTM TT. I guess I have too much time on my hand…

Audi TT RS DTM Race Car – Look at the console🙂 I like!

UPDATE: Feb 3 Installed!🙂 See here.

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Audi TT in the snow

Not only is it very snowy here, in Quebec, but today was something… Indeed, it’s the first snowstorm of the year, and cars are going in all directions… except the one the road is following!

And that’s the day I chose (in advance) to bring the car to the garage for my overheating problem… I rightfully thought that the tuning guys are not very busy at this time of the year, so it made sense to bring them my “summer” car at this time of the year. So I did, on summer tires… Lots of fun. I had the impression of driving a boat: giving a “general” direction and see where it would bring me!

I finally got to the garage. You should of seen the mechanics eyes when they saw me, with my big turbo, on worn summer tires. Very funny actually.🙂


Audi TT 3.2 Turbo & Snow...

Audi TT 3.2 Turbo & Snow…


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