Cat2 ready for first outing

scunnycougar

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So, cat2 has been with me for a while.

Now, I have had chance to throw a bucket of water over it, change the fried eggs to smokies.

Also, new scuff plates, HT leads, optimized throttle body, HID set up and racebits induction kit.


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jovisd79

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looking tip top Si. Did you find you needed to put a bracket in to support the induction kit or was it sturdy enough by itself?
 

Sabre Tooth

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Looking great there Si, good choice on the smokey side repeaters too IMO.......just wait until she gets her new pipes fitted, you know she's gonna thank you for it!:D
 

MattyD879

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Great looking C2! (y)

Want to send me the headlights, headlight switch and HVAC headunit? Lol. :ihih:

Very lucky.
 

scunnycougar

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cheers for the kind replies guys. The car is coming along nicely.

Induction kit isn't supported in anyway and i am not having any issues.

I am a lucky boy having two c2's and this one is running as sound as a pound at the mo.

Just a leaky boot (still can't find the source) to sort out and as Sabre Tooth says, a new exhaust coming soon....now do i have twin exit or quad exit? Decisions decisions
 
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I have the leaky boot syndrome, I think its quite common, take one of the bungs out of the spare wheel well, and let it drain out, I think it comes in through the rear lights,
When I get my cat back from the mot I will try using a bit of mastic round the rear light seals as I am sure that should cure it, also try a bit of silicone spray or grease on the rear seal, but don't use an oil based product as this can rot the seals.
 

MattyD879

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I've had the same problem with my car too.
Theres a leak somewhere back there, but I have no clue.

Luckly it's slow enough, but still causes a little bit of mold to start..
 

WildV6

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cheers for the kind replies guys. The car is coming along nicely.

Induction kit isn't supported in anyway and i am not having any issues.

I am a lucky boy having two c2's and this one is running as sound as a pound at the mo.

Just a leaky boot (still can't find the source) to sort out and as Sabre Tooth says, a new exhaust coming soon....now do i have twin exit or quad exit? Decisions decisions



Looking great there Si, very clean indeed...just don't take her out...coz she'll get dirty! lol :LOL:

Re: Exhaust tips - mate - go QUAD...you know you want to (just have a look at mine) (y)
 

V6SINGH

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Took you long enough Si!! Pmsl :)

To cure my leak, I loosened the boot striker loop and lowered it a bit, no more leaks!