got busy with the vec since i got it at the start of feb,
1.9cdti 150bhp 2007 face lift sri
removed the bumper after 1 week lol.
to fit reverse parking sensors (aftermarket £25 all in)
relocated my MR HANDSFREE with a Dashmount that previously had been just stuck with awful black sticky double sided pad to the plastic above the right heated seated blanking plate.
this blanking plate was missing so the wire could be fed out to the handsfree screen. As you may see in previous pics i tidied up the feed of wire out. This dashmount was a ****** to fit but and i saw people complain on this site about how hard they can be to fit (and they were right lol) but a lot of cursing, a quick game of footy between attempts and a cup of tea while browsing the one sheet of instructions with 4 sentances i went and kept at it. if any one has any blanking plate for this section i'd be very appreciative.
the front bumper is like this since i got the car.
any tips on how to correct it? think previous owner backed out from a high kerb pulling it back a touch.
also for some reason i decided to pull out the alarm sensors while fiddling in the car yesterday. found these plugs behing the panel.
badly highlighted black plug with a white plastic like ribbon cable with copper colours attached to it.
and this one
fitted the dual exhasts last weekend but the right is sitting funny so need to get stuck in to it and get it corrected after getting some advice here.
driving around with no rear diffuser as i have the xp kit and destroyed my old one getting it off lol and the new one is a real ****** to fit. havent the patience to fit it just yet lol.
Driving my Northern Irish bought Vaux Vec on irish plates with no diffuser, blowing flexi and rattling dmf FTW
next to do.....
- Sachs fly wheel on the way from uk for £320 all in
- pick up clutch.
- shift the 19's snowflakes (all welded ) (bin em or sell em for a discount disclosing all knowledge)
- pick up 18's for a smoother rider, replica vxr's from lmf or equivelant.
and thats it for a while as the cash flow is beyond tight!!
thanks for reading. comments and advice welcome.