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Old 15-11-2010   #16
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Re: Multi-Air Turbo.

Yeah! Luckily got them off eBay because dealer wanted nearly double what they were going for on eBay! Did a full overhaul clean yesterday as won't be using the car much from now on, Use the van in winter
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Off to Ebay to try and find one now then
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Ordered some seatbelt covers which look really effective but stops the belts retracting so!... Off at the moment will take a photo soon
Anyway to the reason for posting I this week went out for a drive and noticed the Italian Decals have started to peel off on the passenger down, Shows the factory application either uses VERY poor adhesive application or a poor decal itself anyway i kicked up a fuss and had them order and will fit replacements at a body shop, Is this common?? Problem is i know worry it may happen on the rest of the body or someone simply pull them off
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Heres that nasty tear in the decals

Along with results of a very thorough clean as not been able to do over the winter period due to snow and rubbish conditions...

Well due to be replaced tomorrow, The images arent great taken on my phone will take some real photos after decal has been replaced
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Oh nooooo sorry to see you stickers coming off, did that just randomly happen. Hope that doesnt happen to mine
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Oh dear! mine seem pretty well stuck on atm hopefully they will stay this way!!
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Well i can only assume its been the weather and some water/rain has got behind the stickers and froze the tore or damaged the adhesive, Ive found a few posts from 500s were this has happened they replaced them with little argument they asked if i steam clean which i dont, I clean all by hand said only thing i could think was one of the cleaning solutions which they said is unlikely
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Very happy with my Evo despite a rubbing/grinding noise now and again when reversing....
Anyway my reason for Photos! I have a Vauxhall Combo for work which I`ve recently sold as not getting my use of the car so on Sunday i needed to collect 5 bags of plaster along with various other items all in all tot alling around 150-200kg worried how well this would rise i was amazed the handling remained perfect and looked great !..
Ive been toying with the idea of lowering my car well this gave me an impression as to what that would look like


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Strange coincidence, I was at the garden centre last weekend getting some gravel which gave the same affect. I’d love to get mine properly lowered however I just can’t due to our driveway… major downside to staying in the sticks!!
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Same here too the driveway leading up to our house is a 45 degree slope and would scrape so bad Infact going down a little too fast does!
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After months of being used as a cart for plaster, turf, gravel, concrete and god knows what else i decided it was due a proper valet spent most of Sunday cleaning the car!

Unfortunately photos were taken today and the effects are already starting to fade...
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