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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 24th December 2011, 18:10 Thread Starter
 
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New (to me) Civic Type S Gt

Had this beauty just over a month now and gave it a semi decent clean this afternoon!! Finished with a few squirts of Bilt Hamber auto QD, still new to this cleaning biz but i was happy with the results so far....





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snap !!
only thing ive done is change the grill + private plate
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blueish appreciation thread did you do the brakes buddy?
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Nice mate just needs colour coded
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Nice car, great colour
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Nah I brought it from my friend and he had recently done them, he hasnt even been invoiced for the discs yet (I beleive they are ebc discs, it deff has greenstuff pads) Colour code will be saved up for, as will braided lines and better brake fluid, not that it needs it!! After that it will be a remap
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blueish appreciation thread did you do the brakes buddy?
Are they back to front?
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Very clean! Aluminium fuel cap looks mint, did you fit it yourself?
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Are they back to front?
How do you mean, the discs? not that i know of lol! A mechanic fitted them...

Re the fuel cap, again last owner fitted it....
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Meh, it stops fine to me so im sure they are alright!! Merry Christmas all!!
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nice buy colour code the skirts/splitters/arch trims/mudflaps? easier to keep clean.

where in essex are you from? those houses look familiar....
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nice colour just keep it clean now
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very nice mate! , just like mine! i too have only added the sports grill but colour coding in new year! enjoy!
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Colour code and new grill will be asked for as birthday presents
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Looks great ! But yes colour code is needed , trim badly faded . In mean time I would highly suggest getting some gtechniq c4 permanent trim restorer . will have all ** plastics looking like new again ! Amazing stuff .
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Cheers guys, how much are colour codes these days? Did i see around 300 somewere? That include all the labour getting bumpers off etc? Whats the timescale?
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seems to vary.... i paid 350 for everything including painting a type r spoiler others have paid more and some less. it would be cheaper if you took the parts off yourself and took them to the paintshop
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