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Forum: Modification Projects   20th May 2019, 03:47
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Posted By beastgtir
The oil filter housing has an oil cooler built...

The oil filter housing has an oil cooler built into it. Usually if the right tool isn't used it gets cut n the pipe leaks. Other areas are the timing chain case
Forum: Insurance   8th May 2019, 10:31
Replies: 11
Views: 213
Posted By ChrisKnottIns
The usual solution while you sell a car is to...

The usual solution while you sell a car is to keep the old car on the policy for a time as a 'temporary additional vehicle' (usually offered in two week chunks by the insurer). It doesn't cost much...
Forum: Modification Projects   28th April 2019, 13:00
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Views: 31,225
Posted By FergyCiv
Congrats mate! Hope you weren't a butler in the...

Congrats mate! Hope you weren't a butler in the buff hehe

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Forum: Modification Projects   15th April 2019, 22:23
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By Bones126
Looking good mate.

Looking good mate.
Forum: Modification Projects   23rd March 2019, 20:44
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Posted By tricky70
Brilliant job, well done. :smile3:

Brilliant job, well done. :smile3:
Forum: Modification Projects   16th March 2019, 11:32
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By Farqui
Excellent news, well done [emoji106]

Excellent news, well done [emoji106]
Forum: Type-R   15th February 2019, 06:41
Replies: 21
Views: 915
Posted By TommyBoy
Do they tramline at all?[/QUOTE] I've only...

Do they tramline at all?[/QUOTE]

I've only noticed it on one particularly bad bit of road I use and even then it's minimal with -2.5 front camber.
Forum: Modification Projects   5th February 2019, 12:36
Replies: 1,156
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Posted By Bones126
Nice job with the Stereo Flashy, where did you...

Nice job with the Stereo Flashy, where did you get the filter from? I'm looking for one with the indent but cant find one with the correct size aperture.
Forum: Modification Projects   3rd February 2019, 12:16
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By tricky70
Found this on youtube, mentions a green clip that...

Found this on youtube, mentions a green clip that could be stopping the window from moving.
Renault Scenic 2 window problems & door panel removal - YouTube
Forum: Modification Projects   23rd July 2018, 15:50
Replies: 1,156
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Posted By musegroove
I'd class as closed too, likely filter size as...

I'd class as closed too, likely filter size as flashy said so will be fine for what you're after mate.

EP3 looks good flashy :)
Forum: Modification Projects   21st July 2018, 19:55
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Posted By Das
Looking good flashy. EP3's are heading only one...

Looking good flashy. EP3's are heading only one way now, wish I had somewhere to keep one.
Forum: Modification Projects   21st July 2018, 14:51
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Posted By tricky70
Bonnet looking good, are you going to clear wrap...

Bonnet looking good, are you going to clear wrap it to protect from stone chips.
Forum: Modification Projects   21st July 2018, 08:23
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Posted By Bones126
Nice one, they look mint.

Nice one, they look mint.
Forum: Modification Projects   20th July 2018, 22:10
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Views: 31,225
Posted By Farqui
Well done finding one is good nick

Well done finding one is good nick
Forum: Type-R   2nd July 2018, 19:07
Replies: 281
Views: 9,132
Posted By musegroove
Bigger the CAI the more the throttle response may...

Bigger the CAI the more the throttle response may be affected on part throttle. You'll also hit diminshing returns due to other parts (TB bore, ex manifold, cams etc). Personally a smaller CAI or...
Forum: Modification Projects   16th June 2018, 09:41
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Posted By Bones126
Have a good day mate, wires and a hangover...

Have a good day mate, wires and a hangover tomorrow though lol not for me :serious:
Forum: Type-R   12th June 2018, 21:55
Replies: 36
Views: 2,013
Posted By gatecrasher3
Good work Flashy. It's satisfying when you get a...

Good work Flashy. It's satisfying when you get a positive difference from the time and effort you invest in these type of jobs.
Forum: Type-R   12th June 2018, 09:55
Replies: 36
Views: 2,013
Posted By Das
Good job fella [smilie=gt-happyup.:

Good job fella [smilie=gt-happyup.:
Forum: Type-R   10th June 2018, 17:42
Replies: 36
Views: 2,013
Posted By FergyCiv
Would be squeaky bum time hehe. Well done sir....

Would be squeaky bum time hehe. Well done sir. Top notch [emoji1303]
Forum: Modification Projects   13th May 2018, 19:31
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By tricky70
Looks good, a big improvement on just a hole in...

Looks good, a big improvement on just a hole in the bumper.
Forum: Type-R   8th May 2018, 22:42
Replies: 9
  Poll: Debadge or not?
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Posted By Farqui
Nice one, I think that looks better [emoji106]

Nice one, I think that looks better [emoji106]
Forum: Type-R   8th May 2018, 22:17
Replies: 9
  Poll: Debadge or not?
Views: 1,389
Posted By FergyCiv
Much better I think. Iím glad you kept the R...

Much better I think. Iím glad you kept the R badge. I think just having that badge makes for a nice rear end
Forum: Modification Projects   5th May 2018, 19:16
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Views: 31,225
Posted By FergyCiv
Looks the nuts flashy

Looks the nuts flashy
Forum: Modification Projects   5th May 2018, 17:32
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Posted By Bones126
Nice job flashy, looks tidy 👍

Nice job flashy, looks tidy 👍
Forum: Modification Projects   5th May 2018, 15:25
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By musegroove
Don't see why not, just mark it up with the old...

Don't see why not, just mark it up with the old gasket :)

Looks good flashy, makes it miles tidier.
Forum: Lights (8G)   5th May 2018, 12:47
Replies: 10
Views: 840
Posted By Haltamer
It's to prevent the manufacturer / seller from...

It's to prevent the manufacturer / seller from being dragged into any issues with legality, as they aren't halogen / the original W5W Standard.
If you want a debate on the legality,...
Forum: Modification Projects   6th March 2018, 15:54
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By Bones126
Looks better with the silver, well smart car mate.

Looks better with the silver, well smart car mate.
Forum: Modification Projects   6th March 2018, 15:22
Replies: 1,156
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Posted By Lamberto
Car looks absolutely lush mate. Love the colour...

Car looks absolutely lush mate. Love the colour and the alloys complement it very very nicely!


Hope you're well on the mend now Flashy!
Forum: Was it you?   3rd March 2018, 18:01
Replies: 174
Views: 12,569
Posted By maksimus
I use Classic Autos at the back of Greenbridge....

I use Classic Autos at the back of Greenbridge. Really nice guy and we use him for all cars in the family.
Forum: Modification Projects   1st March 2018, 15:35
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By Bones126
Like it, nice one.

Like it, nice one.
Forum: Modification Projects   19th February 2018, 12:55
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Views: 31,225
Posted By Bones126
I did that, she hasn't drove the car since lol ...

I did that, she hasn't drove the car since lol



Sounds good mate, fingers crossed it continues to get better quickly.
Forum: Modification Projects   16th February 2018, 08:54
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By MarcBK08
The wheels will look great, hope you have a...

The wheels will look great, hope you have a speedy recovery.
Forum: Modification Projects   7th February 2018, 20:41
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By Bones126
What you waiting for then lol I feel your pain...

What you waiting for then lol
I feel your pain mate, things to do and an injury stopping you. Been there, fingers crossed for the speedy recovery.
Forum: Modification Projects   30th January 2018, 09:17
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By Bones126
All the best mate, hope it goes well.

All the best mate, hope it goes well.
Forum: Type-R   25th January 2018, 14:55
Replies: 8
Views: 1,449
Posted By Moff.
Running standard power you'll not go wrong with...

Running standard power you'll not go wrong with either OEM or Excedy
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Mikeyp @ TMS Motorsport
Email us : [email protected]

https://www.tmsmotorsport.co.uk/whatsapp-25px.png...
Forum: Type-R   6th January 2018, 19:15
Replies: 50
Views: 2,148
Posted By lightningslow
Look on eBay. Thereís denso ones which are the...

Look on eBay. Thereís denso ones which are the same as Honda use for a fraction of the price.

As for not throwing a code, unless the sensor is open circuit (I.e. no power to it) then it wonít...
Forum: Any non Civic chat here please!   1st January 2018, 18:20
Replies: 17
Views: 370
Posted By Welshivic
Just bigger than the screw thread so you get a...

Just bigger than the screw thread so you get a straight pull down on the board, use 1 3/4 or 2 inch 10s should do the trick...as said above be careful of pipes and wires etc
Forum: Cleaning   30th December 2017, 17:50
Replies: 15
Views: 801
Posted By shaunwistow
eBay if you're not in a rush Or you'd prob...

eBay if you're not in a rush

Or you'd prob get this tomorrow https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/servisol-isopropyl-alcohol-200ml-re87u
Forum: Cleaning   30th December 2017, 17:44
Replies: 15
Views: 801
Posted By ampers1
Hi, Isopropyl is only alcohol but I wouldn't...

Hi,
Isopropyl is only alcohol but I wouldn't bother to use it for cleaning alloys.
Try one of the new(ish) neutral PH cleaners.
Try Bilthamber who make such wheel cleaners eg Korrosol.
Cheers
Forum: Cleaning   30th December 2017, 17:12
Replies: 15
Views: 801
Posted By Lamberto
You can buy it off the internet in decent amounts...

You can buy it off the internet in decent amounts too Flashy, if anywhere would have it though I would say the obvious B&Q or try a local independent decorators or something maybe?
Forum: Cleaning   30th December 2017, 16:57
Replies: 15
Views: 801
Posted By hondacivicnut
Use a can of contact cleaner mate

Use a can of contact cleaner mate
Forum: General Discussion (8G)   16th December 2017, 21:15
Replies: 32
Views: 1,941
Posted By DZH
Welcome John! As mentioned above, I'd also agree...

Welcome John! As mentioned above, I'd also agree and say go for the 1.8 rather than the underpowered 1.4 if you can. It might be a bit higher on insurance but you would welcome the performance boost....
Forum: Modification Projects   13th December 2017, 17:20
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By Farqui
Well done, especially in such fowl weather...

Well done, especially in such fowl weather :thumbsup:
Forum: Engines and Transmission (8G)   11th December 2017, 19:02
Replies: 1
Views: 685
Posted By vti444
75mm id for reference after getting 1 today

75mm id for reference after getting 1 today
Forum: Modification Projects   26th November 2017, 12:39
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By tricky70
Halford should sell lapping paste or machine mart...

Halford should sell lapping paste or machine mart might have a die or a thread repair die nut, keep working the nut onto the damaged thread, should eventually clean it up.
Forum: Modification Projects   26th November 2017, 11:42
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By tricky70
Put some lapping paste on the thread and run a...

Put some lapping paste on the thread and run a spare nut up and down the thread this might clean it up, i used some course valve grinding paste on one, worked a treat, worth a try before getting the...
Forum: Any non Civic chat here please!   20th November 2017, 13:19
Replies: 11
Views: 435
Posted By Jon_G
Actually that probably is the best idea until you...

Actually that probably is the best idea until you know it hasn't developed a leak. Good luck!
Forum: Modification Projects   18th November 2017, 21:26
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By hondacivicnut
South West Fasteners...

South West Fasteners (http://southwestfasteners.co.uk)

Have you also thought about just ordering from Honda?
Forum: Modification Projects   18th November 2017, 08:56
Replies: 1,156
Views: 31,225
Posted By musegroove
Please don't use WD40 get some lube from...

Please don't use WD40 get some lube from halfords.
WD40 just dries out and takes whatever grease was left with it ;)

Might aswell tackle the rattles after the mounts are fitted >:)
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