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Dr. Evil
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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Just a few little bits I managed to get done lately.

Civinfo'd up :D



Hekos, can't see them that well here though, bad pic

 

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No pics :(
 

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Dr. Evil
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Damnit, my net is going nuts. One sec...

EDIT: There we go, done! Don't know why, but IE is kicking me offline every time a page loads up. Firefox is fine though.
 

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Dr. Evil
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I've changed the interior bulbs for green LEDs, fitting green footwells tomorrow. Next will be calipers painted green, black leather gaiter with green stitching, and black mats with green stitching.
 

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nice.... bit of a green fetish then:rolleyes:
 

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Dr. Evil
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nice.... bit of a green fetish then:rolleyes:
Lol, it's going to be just the right amount of green, apart from the LEDs and calipers (and greenstuff pads) it'll only be stitching. Wheels are going to be black, will look mint when I'm finished.

I just picked a colour theme and went with it. Had a load of blue LEDs etc left over from my Accord, but thought black and blue would just look like a bruise.
 

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I vtec'ed your mum!
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Where did you get the wind deflectors from? i want some, are they noisy, or do they rattle?
 

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Dr. Evil
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I got them from ebay mate, and they are a perfect fit, no rattles, and no wind when you have the windows down even a couple of inches! Tried it out on the motorway.

Here's the ones I got:

Honda Civic 2006 -up wind deflectors hatchback 5dr 4pc on eBay (end time 13-Jan-11 19:49:19 GMT)
Only problem I have found with this type of deflector is that over time the plastic scratches the top of your window, I had them our T180 before swapping for genuine Toyota ones that fit like the JDM ones on the EP3 Civic's and yes our passenger window has scratches now and yes they where correctly fitted.
 

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I vtec'ed your mum!
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Only problem I have found with this type of deflector is that over time the plastic scratches the top of your window, I had them our T180 before swapping for genuine Toyota ones that fit like the JDM ones on the EP3 Civic's and yes our passenger window has scratches now and yes they where correctly fitted.

I assume you mean like loads of fine lines where the window goes up and down, inch in length?
 

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Dr. Evil
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I'm assuming that'll be the metal clips. Doesn't bother me too much to be honest.
 

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A few better daytime pics. And no matter what LVY says, my sticker is straight :police:





 

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Dr. Evil
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Nope, was about to start installing the footwell lights this morning, and managed to slam my thumb in the glovebox. It's not broken, but hurts like a biyatch, so the footwells can wait for another day lol.
 
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