Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by Glidefan, Jun 5, 2011.
Ah, the joys of open beach and a BMW. Nice car mate.
It's 90 mile beach up north, that's where I went on my trip.
Prob look a bit better with moving pictures lol. Sorry about the quality (blame photobucket).
Finally got round to uploading a pic (albeit slightly out of focus)
Clean your headlight casings. They're getting a bit foggy from age.
Your right. I did clean them once or twice but they need further cleaning and for longer periods.
It was a lot worse before, more yellow. This is due to the heat and dust here in Dubai.
Apart from toothpaste (recommended on youtube) what do you suggest I use to clean/polish the headlights?
For plastic lenses I would recommend Meguiar's Ultimate Compound, that stuff is amazing.
Before and after (or after and before...) of my 260z turn signal lamps:
Indeed it is, need to find a good excuse for a DA polisher now hmm..
T cut or Super Resin Polish works if its not overly crazed.
No way you can do that by hand
What can I say, I have good wrist action :wanker:
It's finally on the road again! Passed the MoT with no advisories - feels so good to have this running again
Thank you so much morbias for the recommendation.
I will order Meguiar's Ultimate Compound from ebay and give it a try!
Excellent results I can see from your before and after photos.
@ morbias, just to confirm, is this the right compound?
Once you confirm it's the right item I'll order it, thanks for your support.
here is my Honda Civic EG ,
built for street use at first , but now only drive it on the track (private airstrip , cause we have no dragstrip...)
^ @ Constant, very clean engine, I bet your car moves!
my old rusty GT4088R turbocharger still holds at 2.5bar ....
i miss the sleeper sticker-less look , overtaking supercars on public road is priceless...
VTEC kicked in yo! Nice Honda btw
yeah, that's the same one I used. Be prepared for an evening of frantic rubbing, not sure if they arrest you for inter-vehicle relations out there so I would find somewhere inconspicuous to do it!
thank you guys
since you like hondas , here is my S2000 ,
AEM intake , AEM Series 1 ecu , InlinePRO r200 diff kit :
since you guys need a thread bump and you guys HATE the Corvette....
Bought this bad boy to be installed in two weeks. Just a little belt-driven snail attached to the engine.