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Re: Pics of the wifeís 500 twinair 2011(modified in progress still)

Forgot to say you have different settings so if you wanted it for economy then you can set it to that.
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Re: Pics of the wifeís 500 twinair 2011(modified in progress still)

I primarily use my TA in ECO mode when driving around town, I find the numbed throttle response smoother in start/stop traffic. Not sure if the 500 has the ECO button on dash? If so does it still work?
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Yeah ours has the eco button and it still works. With all these devices you can adjust to suit your style of driving .
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Hereís a few pics of a very dirty car. But side skirts on as you can see. Still havenít finished tidying up the blending of them because of the master seal but will soon as going on hols . Once back will sort it and take some close ups.

Also I put new new plugs in which were the same that was in there but the dealer never tightened them up enough. Car runs soooooo much better now I have done it. Smoother, a lot more responsive. Itís like a different car. Something so simple can make such a difference.
may i ask how you fitted the side skirts please , unsure where to start with mine , thanks
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Hi stevie,

I used a bonding glue. Wasnít tiger seal but another. Canít remember the make. They did a black or white one . Once stuck I used masking tape to keep them in place for a few hours . Make sure where your bonding them on the car it is fully cleaned with a panel wipe. If you donít have that use meths or white spirit . Gets old residue off for a clean bond
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The bonding agent is master seal
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looks really good , like your planned upgrades
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Hi stevie,

I used a bonding glue. Wasnít tiger seal but another. Canít remember the make. They did a black or white one . Once stuck I used masking tape to keep them in place for a few hours . Make sure where your bonding them on the car it is fully cleaned with a panel wipe. If you donít have that use meths or white spirit . Gets old residue off for a clean bond
what did you do for where the skirts go under the car mine has about 6 holes in where theyre supposed to clip in ?
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Sorry for the late reply stevie.

I purely just used the sealant. I might of put some on the underside to so it didnít flap but I will say it is solid
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