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  1. yo rorry, pmd yah!! sorry mate for uberly late reply..
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    F%@#$ yeah!!! Was smack in the middle all the way up front, holding on to the railings. That concert was epic man... hope you enjoyed the sweatbox too!! haha!
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    ohhh wait... yes it wasnt you LOL! the one i saw was the same colour as yours but had the accord tail lights
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    im sure i saw u driving along cameron road today? new rims and de badge? if not watch out theres another sexy looking accord in tga
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    loving your CL1 man. so sure ive seen it driving around.
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Crome Pt1

by rorymonsta on 22nd September 2012 at 07:16 PM
Right people here it is. I finally got my arse into gear and started writing this blog up again. I say blog but it's more of an amateurs 'look at me stuff things up then tell you how not to do it'.
So this is how to get Crome up and running on a CL1

First off remove your intake

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Updated 22nd September 2012 at 07:27 PM by rorymonsta


Crome Pt2

by rorymonsta on 22nd September 2012 at 07:04 PM
Next it's time to mount the IACV plates. Screw the spigots in both plates and cut the hose (that came with the kit) in half. Spread some gasket sealant (follow directions on the pack) on the surface of the smaller IACV plate. Make sure you get very good and consistent coverage around the two holes.

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Updated 22nd September 2012 at 07:30 PM by rorymonsta


Suspension. Check.

by rorymonsta on 4th April 2012 at 04:16 PM
Big thanks to Vinnie (Vindots) for the few PM's back and forth. It's good to know Honda Gods like you still associate with us plebs.

In a moment of weakness. Or perhaps supreme strength (but more than likely not) I decided to put down a deposit on some XYZ Super Sports.

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Rear Strut Brace cont. Pics

by rorymonsta on 24th March 2012 at 09:41 AM
This just has a few pictures I took of how I cut the parcel tray (couldnt edit previous blog entry for some reason. Anyway here's how I did it.

Mine may look untidy (because it is) but the cuts are completely hidden from view when the seat is back on so there is a bit of room for error.

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The last of the braces

by rorymonsta on 18th March 2012 at 12:21 AM
Righto fellow humans. After a crapload of me being lazy and generally rubbish I decided to whack the remaining braces on my Blue-ish Beast.

They are the front and rear 4pt lower braces. So here we go.

E. Front 4pt

1. Get the car up on a hoist/stands/ramps.

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