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My FN2 Round 2 - N/A Build

So after selling my last FN2 for a Mk5 DSG Golf R32 it only took 5 months to miss my Honda. I sold the Golf and returned to a 59 plate milano FN2 with only 28k on the clock! It'll be a slow journey but the goal is a Mugenised N/A build with as much power as is financially sensible

Anyway, here she is. More updates soon!

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Nice one, looking forward to see more updates.
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Great bud welcome back to the fold. I look forward to seeing your progression.

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Great base to start on.

Looks like you have tinted windows?
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Great base to start on.



Looks like you have tinted windows?


Yes the previous owner got Dark Smoke on rears and Light Smoke on fronts. Love 'em.
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Very nice
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Looks in great condition!

Good numberplate for our member 'Nub' too
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im not normally a big fan of tints but they look great on your car !
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Update: fitted a Mugen sun strip, really makes a difference to the front and acts as a great sun visor! Yes I know the 'power' is slightly slanted but it'll do until I decide to change it again!

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im not normally a big fan of tints but they look great on your car !


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Update:

Back seats are out! It took 10 minutes so well worth anyone trying. Exhaust is definately louder inside the cabin and car feels a bit nippier (although this is probably a placebo effect). I read on here they save 45kg so some nice weight saving here.

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Good stuff. Take the boot false floor out too, weighs nearly 5kg believe it or not.
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Good stuff. Take the boot false floor out too, weighs nearly 5kg believe it or not.


5kg? Wow that's heavier than you'd think.
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Lot of weight in the hinge mechanism
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Back seats out make a biggg difference
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I like the way this is going. Subscribed
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Update:

Recently fitted a Skunk2 gear knob too! The stock gaitor and knob were looking shabby so thought I'd take the opportunity to fit one. Also fitted a proper leather gaitor.

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After:

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It would be rude not to use the sticker too

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You can really feel the extra knob weight, the throw is so much more precise and fast. Ive removed the large cylindrical nut also to drop the knob another inch lower. The gaitor is no longer supported (by the nut I removed) and flops slightly but it's worth the drop in stalk length.
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So many innuendos in that post

Looks good mate
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So many innuendos in that post

Looks good mate


Hahahahaha just reading that last bit back yes there is
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So on a happy note; just had my renewal through, far too much! Hats off to Green Light though, came in far cheaper than the competition and they'll cover all aesthetic mods and power increases upto 250bhp with no extra cost! Definately recommend them.
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