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dr_broon

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About dr_broon

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  • Birthday 02/10/1977

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    Simon Brown
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    41-45...Midlife crisis!
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    Co. Durham

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    CIVIC VTi AERODECK
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    MC2

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  1. It's so true... There's always a problem to solve, and that's where I get stuck.. Trying to figure out how I'm going to do something and changing my mind all the time. I'm sure you'll get it sorted though bud... And Where's the pics?
  2. As far as I understand it, the red key is only for use for reprogramming the immobiliser, and shouldn't be used. I've copied some pages from the workshop manual that might help. I think that you're going to need a new set of keys though, not sure how you go about learning the keys (might be a honda job) or maybe getting some used keys with a matching immobiliser system?
  3. Yeah, I do use them very occasionally, but they're so bloody awkward to use. Some big four ones for water bottles would be handy - I know someone made some of them once. Might look into doing that.
  4. Ah, that's similar to what I had on my konis. Nice one. Won't work with the standard style shock I've got now though. Cheers for sharing bud.
  5. Good stuff mate. Have you got any pics? I've got a similar problem to solve.
  6. Lips look nice mate.. The front end is looking pretty mean now with those tints as well.
  7. Amazing work Dave - will be good to see it installed in its glory. I've often wondered about this integra cup holders about whether they'd fit - look like they'll be so much better to use than those ones in the arm rest.
  8. That's a relief... Still a bugger though. A guy from work has a Caterham, and had a sheared bolt in the block.. He was really sweating on drilling it out. He got some of those bolt extractors, and a reverse pitch drill bit, and luckily the drill bit got it out without needing to use the extractors.
  9. It makes you feel good to know that someone working on your car cares about it - all good news on DD there
  10. Jesus! Is that the plastic itself that's reacted? That's a right cnut. I bet you were gutted mate. I'm sure that you'll get it sorted though chief, but it's a right pain that you thought you were done.
  11. Looks smart does that I need to figure out what I'm doing for power and where I need it.
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