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ooooh, im no help at all here (plastx crap etc will get rid of the scratch but make the rest of it all hazy) i just wanted to say what you all...
theyve made a new one now, DVX, not sure the difference, at this stage youre really only playing :)
is that one of silly multicoloured hoses from Forge? cant say that i have, nor have i ever bought anything from forge for that matter lol
i had one of these on the golf.
You can fit it yourself in like 30mins on your drive (anyone can its easy)
You can hear it when...
if youre gonna keep a car for that long, you want the fastest one you can get, this shouldnt be too hard of a decision imo
iirc its something to do with Snow protection. Just remove it
*and im just on my first DCT box car ever before any clever arse comes and says it * :)
same here, never changed a clutch in my life
I have tuned my cars in various forms, although never replaced turbos or anything like that, for the past 8 years. I have never once needed any...
seems rebellion have a decent following in the merc world but no first hand experience of them myself
and there are other makes of polisher that are smaller, my point in the end is that these scratches can be removed, even if you just get the car...
be a struggle in the tightest of corners but you should be able to get on to the larger sections, pads were about an inch thick if iirc and will...
yeah, id love to say you can replicate it with elbow grease but you really cant. I think you can find that buffer cheaper elsewhere too, just...
yeah its just the top lacquer that scratching, trust me ill find some photos of before and after using a meguairs drill polisher
the light scratches in the diamond cut alloys can be buff out using a machine buff or the drill attachment and i speak from first hand experience...
Or even in its current state it'd be fine at 350
I think I've mentioned it before but they could use a detuned Cayman S engine?
r600s back up for sale if anyone wants it btw