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  1. Is 200 (Altezza) for sale... Yes, that`s an actual V12 swap..!
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  2. They call it the Mitsubishi Shield face exactly ! the C look slike a cut down E for those who cannot afford an E....in the past each had its own flare...now..nada... Some of the Alfas are still nice looking though....Thought Nissan was starting to do something different and then they went and did some wierd stuff on something that could have been classically elegant. Toyotas look like animated characters from their Toyota-ville...well..actually they are...so they look like wierd marine creatures (Aqua looks like a blow fish) and cuddly mammals (so many Toyotas look like Capabbar
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  3. No...no wipers is a definite NO... It is just that in SL there are some stupid coating suppliers who are spreading false info just to get people to get the glass coating done. Sadly there are plenty of people who buy in to these statements.
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  4. @sathyajithj99 @GK_007 @Ruslan @Gummybr , Thanks guys for your prompt responses. The details/tips you shared will indeed be helpful and I will be sure to post some pics later. Stay safe.Cheerz.
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  5. Mr.Sulochana Kariyawasam, Packings you can cut them , O rings if you send some one to Panchikawattha there are few shops you can get them. Contact me 0712222420.. will try to help you. Sylvester Wijesinghe. Sylvi.
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  6. yeah.. 2006 model year between 1.5 to 2mil you can get a Tata Nano. Does very good in fuel too.
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  7. Have you checked with Agents (Toyota?) when I was servicing the injectors (Ultrasonic), I had to import it from Japan via partsouq. A*W was willing to sell the entire Injector although the part catalog says other wise. better check in Panchi and see whether they carry it separately if agents doesn't wanna sell them separately.
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  8. The clutch pack faulted...and you replaced it...that does not mean you need to run and buy a new car. Just don't. Use the Fit as it is...the price you pay for cars these days and the risk you will have to face...it simlpy is not worth it. Remember...you know your Fit...you know its history, its faults and its true nature. A clutch pack gave way, you fixed it...give it a good inspection and fix everything you can find with it (and maybe even upgrade some components). Are you looking at buying an unregistered Aqua ? In SL...buying an unregistered car vs a registered car has the same ri
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  9. Not an expert but if it's a mechanical, you would not have an issue. I have a similar mechanical system and so far no major issues. But just to be safe lets see if any other views come in.
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  10. Sorry, I am not planning to sell them. Good luck with your search !
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  11. As I said I cant remember well but I think it is this road that I took that time but in dense for so can remember any waypoints. Its coming from me who took 5 people in a car to fishing huts. If you drive slowly you might be able to make it even if the road is bad. But best check with someone from that area.
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  12. Greetings All, I am planning to buy a GP1 2012. but that particular vehicle chassis number not fallen in that category. Is still advisable to proceed? Can anyone please help?
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  13. Yes. Sorry typing mistake. It's form 40. It contains company address. Form 13 contains change of registered office address. So you can submit either 40 or 13. Form 1 or 20 contains Directors details. If its a pvt ltd company, No need of JP sign. Simply what you have to submit copy documents to prove following things; *Company registration details *Company address *Directors Names and Signatures
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  14. I used my own bodily scent that lingers in the car.. in sinhala you call it "Jeewana Suwada".. nothing feels better for me than that...
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  15. Potpurr/Dried flowers (and leaves like basil/mint/etc...) Lime/Lemon/Orange peel (fresh or dried) (Used the above two when the kids were small..now we use nothing..just a bottle of activated cabon) Pineapple (Taxi drivers in Indonesia/Vietnam/Thailand haveactual pinepples in their cars A friend of our's gave some home made gel air freshner for the house...she had used gelatine and water (just like making a jelly to eat) and then put some essential oils (in our case lavender in one and jasmine in another). and let it set (just like a jelly). I cannot see why this will not wo
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  16. That 190 though ❤️❤️❤️ Looks pretty mean and the front looks more balanced than the pevious one (not to mention the headlights look nicer)...the tail lights look like AR Giulia doesn't it ? Like exactly like it.... I am finding the large center screen a little bit too techy and taking away the MB vintage elegance 😕
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  17. C Class digital premiere ...
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  18. Both are good and proven models over here. There are couple of other places you can get both repaired at. I used to work with Berline Automobile. As far as E46 is concerned, the diesel model has an inherited issue of damper pulley giving up prematurely and frequently unless otherwise you stick to genuine damper pulley. Apart from that it's a great driving machine in terms of driver pleasure and fuel economy. Also, you don't feel like you're driving a stick shifter
    1 point
  19. Recently went from Bogahakumbura to Hortan plains via Boralanda and Ohiya. Road from Ohiya to Hortan plains is a bit narrow but there are no pot holes along the way.I went by my CHR and didn't have issues with ground clearance either. I saw a few sedans also on the way traveling without aany issues . The road is a bit scary if you are not used to upcountry roads . There are bends, steep climbs on the way. But beautiful scenary.
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  20. Hi I own 2 E46 cars and both petrols (318i and 320i). Both are manufactured in 1999 and to-date are maintained at Milroys. I never had any issues with parts on maintenance of both cars and have kept them factory fresh with all TLC on time. Find a good specimen with detailed history and records, and where no corners have been cut during maintenance. They will definitely have better value and would command a bit more than the average market value - but will still be worth it as you will not be spending x number of hours in garages. If you are looking for a diesel get a facelift car fr
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  21. Well..how much of a motor head are you ? You need to have a certain level of discipline to take care of a Euro and keep it in nice and reliable shape. There are other independant garages that specialise in BMWs (some who are apparently now preffered over and better than M-y). You might want to check with them as well. Having said that...there are many E46s and E36s that are used as dailies and some that are in mint condition. Are you sure this wasn't a statement made off the cuff by Milroy or somewhat made in their own best interest (than reality ?) ?. @Supra_Natural and @VVTi w
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  22. So why did you not say you will assume the responsibility if the repair is not permanent and get them to fix it anyway ? Do you have the option of returning the parts ? There are steering rack refurbishing places. There work comes with a warranty so I would have just taken the rack to one of those places and asked them to refurbish it. If I cannot return the parts and I still have the receipts and stuff maybe you can talk to them about them buying the parts off of you...or use your parts for the refurbishment (but then they might reduce the warranty period ?) Sri Lankans need t
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  23. How about Apsara fuel savers and omnipotent valampuris... Oh wait...
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  24. If in Kandy give The Car*s b*dy sh*p a try did a good job with my vehicles repair and delivered it home as well
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  25. The GP1 is the hybrid variant of the 2nd generation FIT while the GP5 is the hybrid variant of the 3rd generation FIT. You can refer the Wikipedia article on the key differences of the 2nd and 3rd gen FITs. A few hybrid specific difference AFAIK are as follows: GP1 Based on Honda IMA Hybrid technology No full EV mode NiMH hybrid battery 1.3L engine, CVT transmission Conventional belt driven engine accessories (A/C compressor, Water pump etc) - So A/C will not work when engine stops at traffic lights etc. GP5 Based on Honda EarthDreams hyb
    1 point
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