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    Default Getting ready for some more modifications

    I bought the CD70 a few months ago and have bought a few more bits to compliment the unit. So coming up in the next few weeks with be bluetooth, tpms and rear audio.

    The interior was in a very well used state, but now has a VXR interior, new chrome handbrake and new vxr gear lever.

    Heres a couple of pics

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    Very nice, how much was all that, if you don't mind me asking?

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    The interior was the most expensive, about £700. The CD70 with CID was about £300, The phone cradle was £8 from germany, the bracket from vaxuhall was £5, The bluetooth UHP4 unit and mic was £80, Twin audio was £60 and wiring about £110. I got the new chrome handbrake off ebay for £30

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    Well after someone helpfully reversing into the newly painted bumper, managed to source a genuine new bumper with parking sensor holes.

    This weekend, I had the following fitted to sort out the rear.

    2 genuine VX rear wheel hubs
    2 genuine VX control arms
    2 genuine VX ARB bushes
    2 new rear calipers
    4 genuine bushes
    Rear genuine VX vented discs
    Brembo rear pads
    HEL rear blue stainless steel brakelines (The fronts would not fit as VXR's have 12mm front fittings) these match the VXR calipers.
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    Looks sweeeeeeeeet

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    I'm after a TPMS retrofit kit too. I've found the tyre modules available online and the rest of it sometimes comes up for sale online. Am I right in thinking that it only uses two receivers, one under each passenger side arch which picks up both tyre modules across the axle?

    Also I know I need to get a loom doing for the undercar plug to the rear receiver, and iirc someone on here could do it but I can't remember the lad's name...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoostPuppy View Post
    I'm after a TPMS retrofit kit too. I've found the tyre modules available online and the rest of it sometimes comes up for sale online. Am I right in thinking that it only uses two receivers, one under each passenger side arch which picks up both tyre modules across the axle?

    Also I know I need to get a loom doing for the undercar plug to the rear receiver, and iirc someone on here could do it but I can't remember the lad's name...
    If you have a facelift vectra then its the two modules you need. Andy.L on here does the wiring which is where is got mine. I also managed to source the prefacelift bracket for the TPMS unit from SEBASTIAN on here. They are no longer available from VX.

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    A couple more updates.

    Just sourced a VXR 280 airbox for the Vectra rather than drilling the existing one.

    I have also bought a climate unit for a few pounds. It has the silver ring on it to finish off the interior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon_Fuller View Post
    A couple more updates.

    Just sourced a VXR 280 airbox for the Vectra rather than drilling the existing one.

    I have also bought a climate unit for a few pounds. It has the silver ring on it to finish off the interior.
    u do know the climate won't work. right lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon_Fuller View Post
    If you have a facelift vectra then its the two modules you need. Andy.L on here does the wiring which is where is got mine. I also managed to source the prefacelift bracket for the TPMS unit from SEBASTIAN on here. They are no longer available from VX.
    Bit cheeky to ask, but I don't suppose you have the part numbers of the TPMS modules and ECU handy do you? Mine is a facelift car.

    Also, will pre-facelift modules and ECU work on a facelift car?

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