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Beeva

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About Beeva

  • Rank
    Cruising
  • Birthday January 22

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Great Yarmouth
  • Model
    Gen 7

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  1. Cleaned the intake and painted it.... Happy with the look, just got to pray the paint is as good with with temps and oil... Reviews say so so who am I to argue... On to the fit later shelf
  2. Painted a few more bits for the interior, ordered some more paint, degrease spare intake and engine covers ready for new colours
  3. Cruse Control.

    Cruise control was an option for the Japanese market, so I would assume a conversion is possible, how and where from I can't help with, but it would seem it has been done before
  4. Washed, polished and waxed one, removed the front bumper, inner arch covers, exhaust, rear lights and a few other bits off the other
  5. What came in the Post Today?

    In the post today,... I got the most important addition to my 7 so far.... I got new parcel shelf clips that aren't snapped.....
  6. I always say it Sell-EE-ca
  7. Wheel refurb

    If you are confident you can "improve" them yourself.. Using a hot air gun or burning torch heat the section of the wheel that is flat... Get it hot but not molten obviously . Then using a soft faced hammer.. Or a normal hammer and a piece of wood, panel beat them back to shape. You won't get it perfect and you do run the risk of cracking the wheel if you go too far.. It's certainly not a job for the feint hearted.. I have done this loads of times together with welding up cracked wheels, but my previous job was welder fabricator
  8. Image hosting

    Im now using Flickr... And after some help from people here am successfully using it .. I started a thread in off topic ... The guidelines I followed are in there
  9. Toyota Celica ZZT230

    Toyota Celica ZZT230
  10. Adjusted handbrake, re fitted belly pan, found leak from sump gasket, fitted new gas struts to tailgate . Good job I have an oil change planned
  11. 2001 vvtli

    Yes that was the switch I was thinking of but if it does it any door doesn't seem to be that. It does sound like the car is auto arming itself again very quickly , but unfortunately I have no idea why
  12. 2001 vvtli

    Does the interior light go on when you open the door ? Possibly the door sensor switch not working so not recognising door opening ?
  13. Replaced these.. Don't know why , plenty of life left
  14. What came in the Post Today?

    Small but just what the doctor ordered