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paulgtt

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  • Birthday 22/02/1986

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    Grantham, Lincolnshire
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    Fishing, Drinking, FAFFING!!
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    Civic EG K Swap

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  1. Right, you need to do a Jap vehicle check which is around £12 apparently. You then get an email back from them with all the info including the jap reg number. Then it’s a case of getting someone to make the plates up
  2. My cousin managed to get hold of the original Jap Reg number for his Evo and had plates made up. Il ask him how he went about it
  3. E10 is in my local Sainsburys now, I run my Jazz on it. Super unleaded’s, V Power etc is all E5 anyway so nothing changes for the performance cars
  4. Managed to find a clip of my old one in the archives lol
  5. I sold a set of these many many years ago for 400 with no tyres. Id stick them on eBay as they are personally.
  6. Have you tried rare rims, Rota stockists they have a lot of bronze wheels in many styles
  7. These wheels are 6.2kg in this size Because I picked up a wheel at random just to check caliper clearance, that wheel went on the other side when I put them on at the track,I always double check lol
  8. Mine are 15”, use them for track wheels on my Civic, stupidly light even with tyres on. I use Japan Racing JR7 for road, there lightweight as well.
  9. I got my Prorace 1.2’s from Demon Tweeks through eBay, keep an eye on there as occasionally they have big discounts. Mine should of been £650 got them for £350.
  10. It’s 220bhp no proof but feels like it cos it pulls like a train
  11. Pilot Sports generally aren’t much more expensive then F1’s so I would go for the Michelin’s given the choice. Iv got the Pilot Sport 3’s on the Civic at the moment, can’t fault them but 4’s are even better, had them on my old Impreza and are the best road tyre Iv ever used.
  12. Pilot Sports are the one for dry and wet weather, Eagle F1’s are also good. If it is wet then don’t use AR1’s would be my advice
  13. There probably won’t be a huge difference in price of tyres as 17” is more common than 16” Another thing for the list is to check your drive/fan belt, mine was squeaking a bit on my daily Yaris, just changed it today..... Caught in time
  14. My dad had this done to a shogun that he used to own, we even got it on cctv of them nicking it, less than 2 minutes from the car pulling up to driving off. There was a spate of cat converter thefts on 4x4’s in our area at the time, 5 got done in one street in one night
  15. Another option is to put it on axel stands if you’ve already got some, saves buying cradles
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