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noodels

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About noodels

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    The Power of Dreams
  • Birthday 03/20/1963

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    ANDREW
  • Age group
    46-upwards.....Wise youngster!
  • Location
    NORFOLK

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  • Civic Model
    CIVIC VTi AERODECK
  • Model code
    OTHER CAR

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  1. noodels

    My Aerodeck VTiS

    should be a 200k+ club on here
  2. noodels

    My Aerodeck VTiS

    218 k
  3. noodels

    Itr dc2 brakes same as mb6

    https://www.carlsalter.com/honda-wheel-fitments.html
  4. noodels

    MB6/MC2 leather interior

    Was a Good upgrade for my MC2 ..Get them
  5. noodels

    Vtis project

    wtf .. did you not need too split ball joints ?<so not too effect geometery?> can you wangle it otherwise ?
  6. noodels

    My Silver MB2 Thread

    Integra R airbox has advantages if it fits
  7. noodels

    Vtis project

    Bad luck with engine. A popular mistake is shot blasting cam covers good luck with the build
  8. noodels

    My Silver MB2 Thread

    What about front arb upgrade first,thinner on MB2 ? if so, putting big rear arb on may cause snap over steer. Can dial most out with springs then consider the arbs as a tunning aid,some cars remove rear completely,as I have done with my Mc2 and did not notice much change.. .And many do on the S2000 square or stagger tyres.. So spring rates, tyres and size also have input ,semi-slicks or all weather aero? The Correct balance Bias is needed and many variations.
  9. noodels

    wheel nuts for MB6 OEM wheels

    Think I got these oem for my other Honda https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GENUINE-HONDA-CHROME-ALLOY-WHEEL-NUTS/222944057069?epid=652914606&amp;hash=item33e88056ed:g:wewAAOxyHslQ899d:rk:56:pf:0
  10. noodels

    Burnt sparkplug?

    Its called Corona on occasions, when a spark plug is removed, a brownish stain that looks like a sign of combustion gas flow can be seen on the insulator just above the caulked portion ofthe metal shell. This discolouration, known as Corona stain, is the result of oil particles suspended in the air adjacent to the plug becoming attached to the surface of the insulator. It does not affect spark plug performance.
  11. noodels

    Burnt sparkplug?

    Normal
  12. noodels

    Mae's diamond *mb1*

    Post up a pic of your lips when done,car looks amazing
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