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Old 25 September 2012, 09:33 PM
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Should be with you tomorrow

Mark just ordered a new lip spoiler as well a few mins ago
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Old 25 September 2012, 10:21 PM
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Mark just ordered a new lip spoiler as well a few mins ago
Nice one mate, will send it tomorrow
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Old 26 September 2012, 11:14 PM
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Nice one mate, will send it tomorrow
Diffuser fitted took about 2hours

Tips

Get car as high as poss and on axle stand as it will make it eaiser to tighten bolts

if fitting exhaust top covers (if bought them) use a couple of self tappers on each to hold in place.

Don't take off Black grill's either side of fog light to access the one nut each side. (you won't get them) get them with reaching over diffuser in from diff side.

Remove spare wheel prior to drilling the two bolts holding middle section (back) that drills into boot well. The put bolts down the from inside the boot after holes are drilled and fitt washers and nut on underside. I managed then to fit it single handed.

TBH I may invest in a dozen M5 Nyloc nuts as I'd have prefered them to Plain M5 nuts


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Old 27 September 2012, 07:12 PM
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Any pics Tony
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Any pics Tony
In Black





Oh a new Lip spoiler











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Old 30 September 2012, 09:39 PM
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Black is cool as [email protected]
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Old 30 September 2012, 10:59 PM
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not sure i like the rear defuser, looks a bit cluttered .
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Black is cool as [email protected]
Your just bias because it's yours . LOL

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Your just bias because it's yours . LOL

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Oh yeah
Left another message for Greg but he hasn't got back to me yet.
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A few from the weekend


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...............and the rest of us tucked up around the back





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Anybody installed aftermarket seats in car? Need something sportier.
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has anyone fitted the auto mirror kit from Japan, if so have you got an English wiring diagram.
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has anyone fitted the auto mirror kit from Japan, if so have you got an English wiring diagram.
Dons your man. Gave me mine step by step instructions and they work a treat. Just got to be a bit careful taking the pins out of plugs and getting separate live an neutral.

Otherwise fairly easy.
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Originally Posted by parmin View Post
has anyone fitted the auto mirror kit from Japan, if so have you got an English wiring diagram.

It's fairly straight forward, the only difference with a UK car is that we have double locking door locks which requires a different trigger feed to that on page 10 of the instructions. (connector E under driverside kick panel)



You will have to search out the green wire from the centre of the bundle.


Power and earth are taken from the OP connector located behind the Fuse board in the dash. (connector D)

If undisturbed it will be taped up with pink tape.





If you have an upgraded Satnav it will already have one of these connected to it so adding connections is easier........




PM me if you need any further help.


A useful thread for getting to the back of the fuse board...........

http://www.iwsti.com/forums/gr-inter...l-08sti-5.html

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thanks for the help, I thought someone had fitted them. we'll give that a go.
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thanks for the help, I thought someone had fitted them. we'll give that a go.

The supplied instructions are pretty clear and picture orientated so it's only the last part at the door pillar that is different.
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As Don said I'm very simple and I managed it

As said and hopefully not telling you how to suck eggs

the only thing you may not be used to is swapping harness pins. About 2 pins from either side of a mufti plug need the new link module pins in. They are "barbed" so push in and won't pull out. So Maybe worth buying a Maplin do IC/harness pin extraction tool or jewelers tweezers if not used to doing it about 2.29p

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Old 30 October 2012, 08:17 PM
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while I have been getting the auto mirror kit fitted, I thought I would install a boost gauge (there is not much choice on pods available). But I decided to go for the zero sports which mounts on the side of the dash.



The defi gauge matches in well with the original clocks.
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while I have been getting the auto mirror kit fitted, I thought I would install a boost gauge (there is not much choice on pods available). But I decided to go for the zero sports which mounts on the side

The defi gauge matches in well with the original clocks.
Nice suits it well.

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got the auto mirror kit working, it's class

thanks again for the pointers

Don is it worth fitting the auto wipers and lights, how easy where they to fit.
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Old 10 November 2012, 11:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Don Clark View Post


...............and the rest of us tucked up around the back





Don whos is the Plasma Blue there, id like to Pm them

thanks
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Don whos is the Plasma Blue there, id like to Pm them

thanks
That's Hughy on here...................
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Originally Posted by parmin View Post
got the auto mirror kit working, it's class

thanks again for the pointers

Don is it worth fitting the auto wipers and lights, how easy where they to fit.
Personally I think they are a great addition.

The only annoyance is that the UK version of the OP connector only has 8 of the 15 outputs.

The auto wipers and lights require a sidelight and headlight feed which I fed back to the OP connector from the light switch on the column. Part of the AW&L harness plugs into the vacant end connector on the OP connector hence the need to feed back.

Apart from that it's a case of following the picture instructions again, although can supply any additional pointers if needed.
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Originally Posted by parmin View Post
got the auto mirror kit working, it's class

thanks again for the pointers

Don is it worth fitting the auto wipers and lights, how easy where they to fit.

Paul, you have PM
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After a disaster with some alloy valve caps that seized on. I had to cut them off the vavle but that damaged it and couldn't blow up the tyres

Anyway fitted some wheels i had kicking around and nearly sold.







Just need to sort the wing Sti badges out in black

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Originally Posted by T5NYW View Post
After a disaster with some alloy valve caps that seized on. I had to cut them off the vavle but that damaged it and couldn't blow up the tyres

Anyway fitted some wheels i had kicking around and nearly sold.







Just need to sort the wing Sti badges out in black

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Looks cooler than penguin ****
I think maybe a gloss black vinyl wrap on the roof.
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Originally Posted by T5NYW View Post
Just need to sort the wing Sti badges out in black
Tony

and the chrome on the window trims...................
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Looks cooler than penguin ****
I think maybe a gloss black vinyl wrap on the roof.
Thanks I got them off a real good mate

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and the chrome on the window trims...................
I'll have to find the part numbers of the black window and wing trims? I doubt if you'll know them LOL

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I'll have to find the part numbers of the black window and wing trims? I doubt if you'll know them LOL
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S205 garnish:-
http://www.avojdm.com/product_info.p...roducts_id=187

http://www.japanparts.com/db/parts_d...1&SEARCH_page=

Window trim chrome can be painted,wrapped or replaced with 2008/10 hatch trim at a cost of 300 + for the 4 doors Reaer quarter light would still need treatment.

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