When it comes to not rushing into things and taking your time, Ryan Rosenberg’s your man. His bagged MK5 GTI embodies this mantra by having been pieced together over time to become the clean machine it is today.
Bagging a MK5 is pretty straight forward since there are many kits for them that come straight out of the box from various manufacturers, however Ryan opted for a different route. Instead of buying a pre-made kit and dropping it in, he opted to piece together his build to get the best bang for his buck.
Air Lift XL’s decorate the front end of his GTI while a pair of Slam Specialties SS-5’s on Dorbritz Designs’ D-Cups adorn the rear. An AccuAir Switchspeed controller offers quality management for this quality ride.
A clean trunk setup isn’t easy to achieve especially when you still want to use your spare tire. Tucked neatly underneath a false floor lies the VU-4 manifold and 5 gallon air tank.
Slapping on a set of divine 18×8 ET44 and 18×9 ET24 Autostrada Monza was like frosting on this ice cold cake. A perfect fitment and parking height is achieved without any doubts.
The red carpet treatment was granted at Waterfest 17 at the Unitronic Chipped booth. Quality on the outside and quality on the inside. Take a look at the bag breakdown and spread the love.
- Air Lift Front Struts
- SS-5 Rear bags w/ D-cups
- Switchspeed Controller
- Digital Dakota 2 Gauge
- VU-4 Manifold
- Air Zenith Compressor
- 5 Gallon Tank
- Custom stealth trunk setup