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Thread: What did you do to your car today?

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    Cograts Eoin although this is the easiest of the 3 window tags to optain

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    Had a great drive up the gap and back down into blessington, and over ballinascorney. Wet mucky and miserable out but it didn't matter.
    Had a turbo, WRX , STI , 2 WR1s and a legacy B4
    What's left?........Litchfield T25

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    It was the nicest car in the car park - until I parked beside it !!!!!
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    Sick fozzy

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    My mate also has a jdm bug .

    Needed some tlc as off road for couple of years .

    So yesterday we removed the "carbon fibre " light surrounds to reveal the mess . Then some toothpaste and a bit of scrubbing left a might impressive result. By no means erfect but a hell of a job imo
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    18 seconds !!
    Them wheels are ridicoulus , but they look class !

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    That looks a class job man.
    Id leave off them garnishes, think it looks much better without em

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    Fitted new top rad hose to get her back going again after other one got a split in it after fan rubbed off it big thanks to Keith Dublin for helping out with parts


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    Oil and filter change - just to be on the safe side

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    So went at the car last night, hadn't gone near it since the track day.
    Gave her the full check over, top and bottom and all good.

    Tyres were all at 16psi so sorted that.
    Refitted the wheel arch liner, it's fairly fcuked and torn.
    (Two new ones ordered this morning)

    And then removed some more grass........... lovely and dry now.....
    im not here for a long time,im here for a good time colin mcrae. r.i.p.

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    So much for silver wheels
    Started chipping and now it's peeling off,so cheap plastic coating instead of being painted by previous owner
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    That's a pain paddy the old way is usually the best way same for most things being done


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary sti View Post
    That's a pain paddy the old way is usually the best way same for most things being done


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    Cheap hydrodipping at it's finest there mate. Should have new boots coming next wk

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    What did you go for paddy....
    I'd be refurbing them as they look class as a spare set
    IT TOOK ME FOOKING 3 YEARS TO WORK OUT HOW TO PUT THIS SMALL BIT OF TEXT HERE!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith dublin View Post
    What did you go for paddy....
    I'd be refurbing them as they look class as a spare set
    Closely guarded secret that Keith, be nice change

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    The aRSe is getting new shoes

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    Half bottle of dipetane in hope for a NCT cert later on.
    Had a turbo, WRX , STI , 2 WR1s and a legacy B4
    What's left?........Litchfield T25

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grahamo spec c View Post

    And then removed some more grass........... lovely and dry now.....
    Did ya invoice Mondello for your services yet ?
    V4 Sti Wagon

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    Quote Originally Posted by BazGF8 View Post
    Did ya invoice Mondello for your services yet ?
    No Baz...... but I'm going to sue them for two wing liners ha ha!! :)
    im not here for a long time,im here for a good time colin mcrae. r.i.p.

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    i bought a front lip the other day http://is.alicdn.com/img/pb/010/052/...052010_293.jpg
    and bought a smaller rubber one in case that one doesnt look right my car doesnt have the small notch for the plastic lip to fit into but im going to try to give it a go and cut off the silencer end tail piece and welded on twin pipes to each silencer
    http://i.ebayimg.com/images/i/401013...-1/s-l1000.jpg
    so now i have 4 pipes it looks cool cant wait to wash and shine it for next weeks show yippy
    8 mins 20 seconds or 186,000 miles a second

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    o yeah the lacquer on my spoiler looks like it has lepersy (lacquer is pealing ) so my friend who is a truck detailer believe it or not gave me this kinda white lotion in a bottle its for shining stainless steel so i buffed up the silver badges on the boot then i tried it on the leper stricken spoiler , i am speechless it looks like a respray worked deadly so i gave the rear lights a go it brought them up like new too ill find out the name and post it up here tomorrow its about 30 quid a bottle
    8 mins 20 seconds or 186,000 miles a second

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