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nice mate! how easy are they to remove?
Quite easy ;-) => how-to get the fascia out and afterwards those plates are glued/melted on. Just use a small knife to get them off. Then you can start wrapping. A hairdryer comes very handy to heat the foil Just take your time and everything will work like a charmnice mate! how easy are they to remove?
You have to do the rear footwells also... End of discussion. Period. ;-)Hi jeremiah, I agree with everyone else your car looks cool. I really like the option of if I get bored of red I can have blue or vise versa in the footwells. I recently fitted ricks footwell kit to my car but now and I am so pleased with the effect of the blue ambient light in the front footwells that typically I am now wondering on everyones elses opinions on the following:
Even tho I only have the 3 door Civic 2.2 Type S should I finish the footwell lights off properly and install them in the back as well. Just not sure what to do any sugggestions?
please any suggestions are welcome as I can never make my own mind up!
No, it's Hexxis Hex'press carbon vinyl (can be found through eBay). I had read several positive reviews (even that is should be better than 3M, so...) on different fora...Hello Jeremiah.
This is the vinyl 3M DI-NOC Carbon?
Yes, you can screw the button controls off through the back of the fascia So you'll end up with only the two panels (with holes where the buttons come) which you can wrap pretty easily of you use a heatgun (or hairdryer like I did)...The buttons on the console, you took them out to fold the vinyl into the holes of the buttons or not?
Hehe... ^^ Looks cool, doesn't it... ;-)How come you can turn on the fog lights without your city lights or dim light on? grts
Yes, those are quite good; Weitec is a daughter company from KW, and I've heard good reports from those coillies ;-) But if you compare it to £150 for Eibach springs it's still a lot! ;-)They are good plans i found these coilovers
Awesome - Weitec Hicon GT Coilovers Civic Type R; (FN2) 03/07
cheapest iv found