I live very closely to Audiosport, they make high quality fibreglass products, and carry out repairs using fibreglass. They specialise in VW Transporters in particular T4 and T5. With their products you can make lots of awesome modifications to your van. In this article I’m going to give a brief run down of my experience fitting their superb Audiosport VW Transporter T4 Door Pockets. If you are fitting these pockets yourself then I recommend watching this video that Kelly…

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  As you may have previously seen and read about I’m a big fan of Sticker bombing and have already stickerbombed the whole of my VW T4’s roof and the back of one of its seats as well as a rear storage box. I’ve had this old subwoofer box for well over a year now, I bought it second hand and although the sub itself is great quality and works well, the enclosure has always been a bit beat up…

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  Road trips in your van or car can make for some of the best journeys and holidays, but the last thing you want to face at the end of a long day on the road is a problem with your tyres. Therefore, keeping your tyres in good condition before you set off is always a great idea. Remember that smoothly running tyres doesn’t just mean that you are less likely to suffer a puncture or a blow out, but…

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  The cab of my VW T4 is probably the part of the van which I’m most proud of. It’s taken a lot of time and effort, removing pretty much all of it, modding it and putting it back again. It’s been transformed from a scratched, used and abused grey cab to a sleek factory fresh looking cab; all in black and finished with chrome. I’ve replaced the seats, flocked the dash, re-trimmed the headlining and painted all the plastics.…

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  I bought my VW T4 spoiler ages ago, I had it sprayed by a proffesional to the same colour as my bodywork paint (VW Tornado Red). Top Tip – If you want to find the colour code for your T4 van, just look under the steering wheel, it will be written on a label on the black plastic surround.   I had been putting off fitting the rear spoiler onto the van as it’s a bit of a scary…

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  I’ve recently bought myself a new Olloclip 3-in-1 for my iPhone 5c. You may remember back last year I wrote a review for my 4s Olloclip, I thought it was a great, simple, easy way to get really cool photos on your iphone. Fortunately, the Olloclip for the 5c is just the same. I’ve already given this new Olloclip a good test and it lives upto its predecessors. The photos are all equally awesome. There are just a couple…

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  This is what the roof lining of my VW T4 looked like almost two years ago when I bought the van: dull, standard, generic, grey and all round generally lame…   This is what it looks like now:   Sticker Art AKA Stickerbombing I’ll admit stickerbombing is a bit marmite and I can see why, done well it looks awesome but done poorly it does look a bit rubbish. Personally I much prefer it on the interior than the…

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  I’ve been trying to make my VW T4 look as mean as possible by blackening everything chrome or clear. So far I’ve debadged the grill and tinted the lights and removed and painted the rear badges and as you can see it’s working, as my van looks almost as mean as a bloomin’ tank!   Since day one, the chrome sliding rail has always drawn my eye and now amongst tinted windows, black side bars and black alloys it’s…

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  I’ve just returned from an awesome mini camping trip to Padstow in my VW T4. I don’t want my van to be a full on conversion as I use it for carrying all kinds of stuff and don’t want to waste the space with sinks and fridges. What’s great about my T4 is that you can easily remove the rear seats and then have the entire rear of the van empty. The back of the van will then easily…

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  I’m gonna give you a little how-to of an awesomely simple mod. This is one of the coolest, cheapest and easiest mods around. It’s so good I definitely should have done it sooner! What makes this mod even better is that it’s adaptable, you could use them on a bicycle, motorbike, mountain board, anything that has valve caps. You can also use something else instead of Lego and come up with all sorts of crazy dust caps. Here is…

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