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    Couple of pictures of the red ones, not the best pictures as the weather is awful
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaNtheMaN View Post
    conts on the back and Michi on the front! Sacrilege
    I took too long to rotate my tyres and the rears were practically new and fronts were bust. My idea to save is to wear them like that and replace both once either go close to legal limit. Then I will rotate every 4-5k miles to get even wear on the new set, which will be PS4s, cuz after 4000 miles with them I prefer them over the Contis. Very impressive with cold damp weather!
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    I posted a pic of the car on the Civicx forums and you can see how they look from the front side with a clean car:

    https://www.civicx.com/threads/offic...27#post-533267
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    Thanks for all the replies and pics, I have ordered a set in the black with the dark grey logo as I want it to look quite subtle and it should match the car quite nicely.

    Are they easy to fit and do they come with instructions?
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    Relatively easy to fit if you have the room, I used a mates ramp to do it.
    Comes with a good set of instructions too
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    pah you've all lost about 3 miles an hour in drag
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaNtheMaN View Post
    pah you've all lost about 3 miles an hour in drag
    Aha but saved on a respray

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    LOL seriously though I am 14K in, and the ebay ppf behind front arches has done a great job and I have zero stone chips on the rear,

    The again its CW so might be hiding them.

    Not knocking them at all, actually look fine... youd get into a scooby meet no probs
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaNtheMaN View Post
    LOL seriously though I am 14K in, and the ebay ppf behind front arches has done a great job and I have zero stone chips on the rear,

    The again its CW so might be hiding them.

    Not knocking them at all, actually look fine... youd get into a scooby meet no probs


    Just my opinion but I think mudflaps on the CTR is akin to to making a sandwich and putting Nutella in it along with Marmite and kippers....

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