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Sadret89
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Currently Drives:: RENAULT MEGANE 1.5dci 80, INDUCTION KIT, 8K XENON HEADLIGHTS, 225 SPORT FULL BODY-KIT & EXHAUST SYSTEM, SOUND SYSTEM, TDI TUNING BOX, EDC BLACK STUFF FRONT BRAKE PADS

Re: auto biography

Postby Sadret89 » Tue Mar 22, 2011 4:55 pm

Sounds easy!

I'll have to give it a go. What grade sand paper did you use if you remember?
Check out the progress viewtopic.php?f=13&t=13676

123*reggie
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Currently Drives:: Renualt megane 1.5cdi (80 dyo) blue
Location: south shields

Re: auto biography

Postby 123*reggie » Tue Mar 22, 2011 5:22 pm

Pass just found some in my tool box not to corse thought just a light sand like wet and dry just to get the prima to stay on
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15582
Remapped, pipecrosser cone induction kit, tinted windows, dropped 70mm, 8k hids with privet plate

K4 VNW over and out!

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Boomstyliemikey
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Currently Drives:: 1.9 130 , remapped, DPF removed, Panel filter, double din
Location: Sunderland

Re: auto biography

Postby Boomstyliemikey » Tue Mar 22, 2011 7:50 pm

ru gonna do the case covering the battery?
1.9 dci dynamique, originally 130bhp. Remapped, DPF removed, Pipercross panel filter.viewtopic.php?f=13&t=17209

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Re: auto biography

Postby 123*reggie » Wed Mar 23, 2011 3:18 am

Yes defo when I get the time 
An I recon a pipecrosser sticker on it to say what cone I have lol
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15582
Remapped, pipecrosser cone induction kit, tinted windows, dropped 70mm, 8k hids with privet plate

K4 VNW over and out!

123*reggie
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Currently Drives:: Renualt megane 1.5cdi (80 dyo) blue
Location: south shields

Re: auto biography

Postby 123*reggie » Sun Mar 27, 2011 8:42 am

Just got my White led bulbs for my reg plate and fitted my 8k hids in
Renualt was going to charge me £210 to fit them lol guess what I said to them lol (on yr renualt bike are you )
Done them my self canny easy to do hardest part was defo putting the balasters in a fix position

H.I.D's 8k
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and the white L.E.D's regplate bulbs
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Last edited by 123*reggie on Mon Mar 28, 2011 11:19 am, edited 1 time in total.
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15582
Remapped, pipecrosser cone induction kit, tinted windows, dropped 70mm, 8k hids with privet plate

K4 VNW over and out!

123*reggie
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Currently Drives:: Renualt megane 1.5cdi (80 dyo) blue
Location: south shields

Re: auto biography

Postby 123*reggie » Mon Mar 28, 2011 11:17 am

well just debadged the megane sign from the boot looks much better now
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and now
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viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15582
Remapped, pipecrosser cone induction kit, tinted windows, dropped 70mm, 8k hids with privet plate

K4 VNW over and out!

Paddy
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Re: auto biography

Postby Paddy » Mon Mar 28, 2011 4:50 pm

Those hids look terrible in the orginal housing. No refactor lens.

Do i need to mention the on comming drivers,MOT fail, illegal...?

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Re: auto biography

Postby 123*reggie » Mon Mar 28, 2011 10:54 pm

Paddy wrote:Those hids look terrible in the orginal housing. No refactor lens.

Do i need to mention the on comming drivers,MOT fail, illegal...?


They do have them they just turned up high to get the affect ov the HIDs 
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15582
Remapped, pipecrosser cone induction kit, tinted windows, dropped 70mm, 8k hids with privet plate

K4 VNW over and out!

123*reggie
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Currently Drives:: Renualt megane 1.5cdi (80 dyo) blue
Location: south shields

Re: auto biography

Postby 123*reggie » Sat May 14, 2011 1:23 pm

just a quick up date dropped 70mm all round
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and 8k hids put in
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viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15582
Remapped, pipecrosser cone induction kit, tinted windows, dropped 70mm, 8k hids with privet plate

K4 VNW over and out!

Paddy
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Re: auto biography

Postby Paddy » Sat May 14, 2011 6:05 pm

Not HIDs in standard housing AGAIN!!

You will blind all on comming driver, fail your MOT and look a prize &*£$ in the process!

HIDs need a refrator (concave) lens in front of them for a reason!

Theres no way thats a 70mm drop, is it? If I lower mine to the full extent of the coil -65. The rubber sits within the arches and the bumpers are 1 inch off the ground. Mud guard 1/2 an inch.

:banghead

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Re: auto biography

Postby 123*reggie » Wed Jun 01, 2011 2:06 am

Paddy wrote:Not HIDs in standard housing AGAIN!!

You will blind all on comming driver, fail your MOT and look a prize &*£$ in the process!

HIDs need a refrator (concave) lens in front of them for a reason!

Theres no way thats a 70mm drop, is it? If I lower mine to the full extent of the coil -65. The rubber sits within the arches and the bumpers are 1 inch off the ground. Mud guard 1/2 an inch.

:banghead


Iv had to take off the front mud guards as it ripped the splash cover under Neath
I don't have any more coils to wind down and the say 70mm drop on fk coil overs :s
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15582
Remapped, pipecrosser cone induction kit, tinted windows, dropped 70mm, 8k hids with privet plate

K4 VNW over and out!

TehSniper
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Currently Drives:: megane 1.4 16v

Re: auto biography

Postby TehSniper » Thu Jul 21, 2011 12:23 am

looking smart
how does the car feel on those coilovers as im looking at them right now, vmaxx costing 522 quid
and how did you do the debage? heatgun to melt the glue?

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Boomstyliemikey
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Currently Drives:: 1.9 130 , remapped, DPF removed, Panel filter, double din
Location: Sunderland

Re: auto biography

Postby Boomstyliemikey » Mon Jul 25, 2011 2:56 pm

TehSniper wrote:looking smart
how does the car feel on those coilovers as im looking at them right now, vmaxx costing 522 quid
and how did you do the debage? heatgun to melt the glue?


Hair dryer melts the glue, no need for a heat gun
1.9 dci dynamique, originally 130bhp. Remapped, DPF removed, Pipercross panel filter.viewtopic.php?f=13&t=17209

TehSniper
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Re: auto biography

Postby TehSniper » Mon Jul 25, 2011 10:32 pm

i gave it a go...and the results were...horrible...not gonna lie, with the fade of the red, i had the words still there in the paint, even after a wash and polish and t cut and everything else i had in my auto glym set aha...gonna leave it for now :)

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Boomstyliemikey
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Joined: Fri Jan 07, 2011 5:34 pm
Currently Drives:: 1.9 130 , remapped, DPF removed, Panel filter, double din
Location: Sunderland

Re: auto biography

Postby Boomstyliemikey » Tue Jul 26, 2011 7:01 pm

Stick a photo of it up, lets see what it looks like. Red cars are terrible for faded paint. Mind you when i removed my megane lettering you could still see the outline of it for a good week but it eventually went.
1.9 dci dynamique, originally 130bhp. Remapped, DPF removed, Pipercross panel filter.viewtopic.php?f=13&t=17209


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