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Di_Bodi

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  1. Sold Good luck to new owner Please lock
  2. Thanks again! The worst case scenario it will land on my garage wall;)
  3. Cheers Calum Any advice is there any way to measure this wheel and start looking at boss kits (what kits you guys using?) - it looks it's a toyota wheel so it cannot be too many standards there (I presume it's a similar thing to a PCD when buying alloys;) @Rob H@RCH Engineering
  4. That's how much the OEM where squashed (before I've changed to TRD arb):
  5. Here it is my thicker TRD one - tight but never knocked Should have it painted before fitting!! I have the spacer plates made up and fitted at the same time when fitting anti-lift kit. No knocking luckily! and the TRD bar still not painted...:(( laziness! at least it's undersealed now
  6. Brand new PAIR of Bilstein B6 Sport Performance Shock Absorbers Two Shock Absorbers For Front Axle To Fit TOYOTA STARLET/GLANZA (EP91) 1.3 From Years: 04/96 > 03/99 Bilstein Part Number: 34-050484 For Bolted Struts Only (they're inserts to your OEM/KYB shocks) Bought from EuroPerformance for £110 each Taken out of packaging for a photo - Never fitted Now for sale for £165 for a pair (have them up on ebay too for £179 – hope that’s allowed and ok) Please add £20 for P&P (will be shipped from Ireland) THANKS FOR LOOKING
  7. I am not fully getting you mate I'm afraid... You said it should fit directly, then that I need a boss kit and then that I need an adaptor plate... Isn't it direct fit OR boss kit, no?
  8. Much appreciated, thanks for all the help. I'm based in Ireland so I need to try to find someone locally to look at it...
  9. I haven't realised Toyo not being available in 185-55-14 - my bad! Rainsports in this size not in stock on Camskill either... I've used demon tweeks recently as better rates than camskill!! Falken ZE914 High Performance Road Tyre are even cheaper than CF2 and I can confirm they're very decent tyres - excellent grip and long-lasting (have them on my Accord) Here's their selection: https://www.demon-tweeks.com/uk/performance/tyres-accessories/tyres/shop-by/diameter/14_inch/tyre_profile/55/width/185/sortby/price_uk/
  10. Yyyy..English please?;)) You mean custom adaptor? To go from what size/pattern to what? If it was for old Toyota I'd presume there are ready to fit adaptors on the market, no? Sounds like a really challenging exercise;(
  11. Lads and Lassies Look what a gem I've found on ads last Fri! I bought it straight away (€45=£39) lol. It's a real leather and old school. Even if it lands on my garage wall I'll be happy (after cleaning and painting its spokes of course - silver/chrome/clear???). Look at the condition of the stitching - it's actually perfect! 4 This Lad told me that his uncle had it in his KP60... might be true? Looks like a very high genuine Toyota quality and even the plastics and mid button are 100%. The ad was saying that the horn was working OK when last time fitted. I do expect some parts might be missing... I know nothing about that kind of vintage/old school steering wheels so please have a look and tell me what you think? It would be lovely if I can get that fitted in my N/A EP91 so where do I start? I know that the style is from a completely different era and not matching the 90's EP91 design but still I reckon it would be a nice tribute to its vintage predecessors and looked interesting when fitted? HOW TO GET THAT FITTED?!? I presume I need some sort of 'boss kit' but know nothing about that yet... How to delete air bag too? Please advice / direct me as much as possible. Thanks in advance. It feels sporty and sturdy (weights 1kg), thickness is also just perfect. Thanks for looking! Cheers
  12. The Toyo Proxes T1-R not only look cool but they almost suck onto wet tarmac! Excellent tyre lasting for years. And it's made in Japan. I like Falkens (robust) on other (family) car but it always has to be a Toyo for my Starlet!
  13. They both were always called 'covers' by them TRD people;) That one (PN 77315-SP010) which is still for sale is a cap 'with tether' and different shape to what Pikey has. According to TRD part numbers chart it doesn't fit Starlets otherwise I'd have it long time ago:)
  14. The colour of that SR is same as yours (toyota 205 black) - he's based in NI (PM me if you need contact details etc). My Irish N/A EP91 won't be an SR replica and definitely not a glanza rep neither. So no glanza bumpers nor interior (I love the light blueish grey trim and I won't remove the door strips)! I'd call it ''European style modded with loads of TTE/TRD/JDM goodies;)''. I have to build a thread on ukso one day as the list of my mods is quote long! For now you can see the list in my profile: http://www.ukstarletowners.com/profile/6539-di_bodi/?tab=field_core_pfield_13 Cheers!
  15. That's a great and rare mod mate! Makes me so jealous! I've never came across this part... I have the TTE spoiler and the speaker shelf and actually found a genuine 103K mls SR being sold for parts recently so got few bits: second spoiler, second shelf (I'll be selling these soon) and finally unabused TTE back box (! Yessss;) but never the TTE lip or even a replica!! I'm afraid they're all gone discontinued... Again: that's really sweet! Forgive me going off topic but what other lips (except that one from a Laguna as that's too common) would you recommend or find suitable for my N/A front bumper?
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