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Aerokek

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Aerokek last won the day on October 28

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About Aerokek

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  • Birthday 05/02/1998

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    Just a dude tinkering around his car sometimes

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  • Name
    Jeroen
  • Age group
    17-25...Youngster!
  • Location
    Castricum

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  • Civic Model
    CIVIC LS AERODECK
  • Model code
    MB9

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  1. Had some pictures taken last week, she's getting so close to how I want her to be. Fitted this really cool crossbar strut in the back, more form than function but hey it looks alright. Also got some new engine bay goodies that I'll show off soon!
  2. Been away for a long time again, a lot happened and more money has been spent on her than I'd be comfortable with, but noy oh boy does she look and drive the part again. New engine, new wheels, new clutch, removed some things, added some things. Too much to write down. Very happy with how she turned out. And dare I say it; she's almost finished. You ever hear that? A finished project car? What a journey it has been these past 3 years of owner ship. So grateful
  3. Thank you all! this my first time I've won car of the month, quite an honour
  4. Hi, yesterday I was fiddling with my rear indicators. Started testing them on the hazard lights, they shortcircuited and I blew the fuse. Being the lazy bell end I am, i didnt replace the fuse immediatly and figured I'd continue testing on the turn signals. Of course, i shorted them again. Replaced the hazard light fuse under the hood and the hazards work again but no turn signals. Now tried replacing the relay in the under-dash fusebox but it didn't work. Kinda lost now, anyone know if there is a different fuse that I don't know of or some module that needs replacing? Please
  5. Got them of, being careful to remove the covers on rear and front. Requires a little patience but by prying them upwards with a screwdriver they came off. Only broke 1. Under the covers are torx screws that came off relatively easy. No hassle
  6. Hi there! Does anyone know how to get the roofrails off of an Aerodeck? Are they mounted from the inside or can I just pull them right off? Als does anyone know how to remove the covers on the front and rear of the rails without breaking them?
  7. Let's try again. New shoes coming soon! Hopefully going to get it all together after this Covid-19 madness
  8. Still a ton of work to be done, working on better fitment as we speak! lots of cool stof incoming!
  9. Been busy, finished my rear disc swap and finally glasscoated the beauty!
  10. Another quick update, finally found a rear lip! Also removed my rear seats. About halfway through a rear discbrake conversion. Waiting for parts I'm so close to being done with this project and it's crazy to see the progress I've made. I learned so much and it makes me want to buy another car and do it all again. things that are still on my list: mini-me conversion (I have all the parts, nust not the knowledge to do it by myself.) a respray or wrap? Different seats? Harness bar and harnesses? Spacers and camber arms? New clutch and
  11. Yes this one is for an MB6, I discovered thst the hard way trying to fit it under my aerodeck haha. Sure I'll take some pictures when I get home. I live in The Netherlands, so I'm gonna have to ship it. I have received packages from the UK via the Hermes Light and Large service, but I don't know if they "go both ways" so I'll have a look for ya. Price sits around €140 since it's in really good shape including shipping. Do you have whatsapp? Would be easier to come to a deal that way
  12. Yeah I meant that it's a set of four weird, somebody must have had a really bad deal then. maybe they're worth a little more in this part of europe. but thanks for the info guys!
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