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Our Web Shop has just gone live!

Its been weeks in the building to make it look the way we wanted it, We have full support from our suppliers and have access to some top quality items from all over the world.

We will be adding more items and more suppliers as we go but what we have is a taster of the products and services we can offer.

The great thing for importing parts from Japan as well is the price you see is the price you pay. No hidden import or shipping costs.

At the moment we are only geared up to offer online sales and delivery to UK and Irish customers due to website restrictions but we can obviously deliver overseas but will have to get individual shipping costs for the items as we go.

Please feel free to brows around and we will happily listen to any suggestions or comments about how we can make improvements or things to add.

As a special offer we are also offering a 10% discount on any products listed to the first 10 people making a purchase when the code FIRST10 is used at the checkout.

Have a good weekend.
TDi North

Honda and Nissan tuning specialist with over 10 years experience – TDi North
 

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Getting a lot of good feedback about how it looks and navigates.

Got load more parts to add as we get time and few other brands coming over next few weeks but is there any particular parts/manufacturers people would like to see more readily aavailable we can look into?
 

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I had a good look last night only bit of feedback I could give that may help is to separate the engines a bit more, so when you choose the 06+ civic you can then find parts for the 1.8 2.2 and type r

Obviously most the parts you sell are just for the type r and rightly so for tuning, but theres some that would go on the 2.2 and 1.8 and such.

Just thought it may help people navigate better
 

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I did think that but it then makes so many different variants and a lot of the parts are compatible with the full range of cars... then we also have the FD2's to think about.
If there is something specific though I will just highlight the car its for.

Will be updating loads of clutch kits and new pricing very soon and have to break them down ;)

We are going to add more cars, manufacturers later as well so it could well end up expanding but it all takes time.
 

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Yeah you can still have the same amount of products but separate the navigation controls to the product description page.

For example say a gear knob can be used by all engine models you still only have a single page for that gear knob but 3 or 4 or more ways of getting to it

It just difficult to navigate looking through loads of products you have no interest in, ideally you want each customer to be able to specify exactly what car they have and only see every product they can fit. Most of us have no interest in products that don't fit our cars
 

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Good points ;)
Guess its not so bad with the newer cars so easy enough to separate them.
Bit of a minefield with the dozens of variants on the pre-01 B,D and H series cars so we have separated them as with think fit with the best possible mod option ;)
 

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Yeah I see what you mean, was just thinking selfish about my own situation, you don't want to put customers off not finding what they want for their cars
 

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Would it be easier to add keywords denoting the models the item fits? That way user could search for their model (FD2 or FN3 for example) and they can see everything that could fit their car. Mostly just for the specific generation of the car, anything more universal can just be left as universal…

Or maybe do some of it by engine code? So K20, N22 or B16 and it shows the items for that engine… because most of the engines do get shared between models/generations plus there's also engine swaps to think about… ;)

I did find it easy enough to find things and browse, so it's good. Little bit more tweaking and it'll be awesome. ;)

I'm quite impressed by the mobile site btw, looks really good and works very well ^_^
 

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Thanks. :)

It's easy enough to go by engine codes but again it would be part specific.

Thing is The majority of parts are cross compatible apart from things like transmission and manifolds where we can then identify by engine type.
That was the thinking anyway
 

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Very good opening start guys:)....now if you could give me 10% of off a new flashpro(couldn't see it on the site)....ill have one today;)
 
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