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Tomb

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Tomb last won the day on July 6

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About Tomb

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    Speeding
  • Birthday 12/07/1987

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Corsham
  • Model
    Gen7 Vvt-i

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  1. Bug splatter

    You should have put a plastic sheet in your boot first
  2. Managed to crack my transmission case :-(, a day after giving her a clean underneath, made it easy to see the crack, but keeping positive gave a good excuse to move forward the oil change.
  3. If ordering from eBay as a lot are referring to they are not always legal plates the plate must comply with and have the BS mark on them to confirm they comply with - BS AU 145 D and as previously mentioned the name and postcode of the supplier, if not you can be pulled over and fined for having illegal plates which is becoming very common in the UK, Bristol officially being the worst place for being caught for illegal license plates. I am also aware a Lot of places don’t request documents but someone can have a plate made and just fit it when they intend to speed with no repercussion to them, how would you feel knowing that happened to you because someone made plates for your car without checking the documents?
  4. So what was causing the noise? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I think the best think to do Gaz is use the pronunciation you always have, we speak modern English which evolves over time and varies with geographical areas. Although it would be interesting to hear the Japanese pronunciation of it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. stone chip laquer damage??

    I wouldn’t like to say as would be a guess I have used different ones in the past and they all came out the same only worry I have had is wether or not it should have UV protection as I am unsure if the original clearcote would have had. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. stone chip laquer damage??

    Wet and dry it down to at least 1500 don’t go Into the paint, then relacquer and sand with200 wet and dry to smooth out before polishing Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Selling a car... Test drives?

    As said above sadly a lot of insurance companies no longer give fully comp drivers third party on other vehicles, just something else to catch people out on now a days. Take them out first let them go out if you are happy with you in the passenger seat, but make sure you are in the seat before they are behind the wheel. And your neurology lesson for the day: Always use your instincts if you don't trust them don't let them drive it, that sixth sense we have from time to time is actually your subconscious telling you something is wrong as it takes everything in unlike our conscious brain.
  9. Hose pipe recommendations

    I find Hozelock spot on for the main hose, believe it is dual layered, can't comment on the Karcher other than the pressure washer. I hope I haven't just cursed mine now. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Looking good Ian, just one suggestion Ian, remove and reapply the oil cap cover sticker on straight, unless it was loose for the photo.
  11. Something that hasn't been mentioned have you checked the speed ratings are the same on the tyres and you didn't have an odd one that was complete opposite end of the spectrum? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Something that hasn't been mentioned have you checked the speed ratings are the same on the tyres and you didn't have an odd one that was complete opposite end of the spectrum? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Have you checked your caliper isn't binding? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk If you would rather a carbon fibre (not dipped weave) L piece I will have mine up for grabs shortly, will need a some cleaning etc though