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kpg last won the day on November 6 2016

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  1. Well the CEUK dipped and high beams are halogens anyway. They had little to zero light output compared to the Osrams. The only thing I have that are leds from the kit are the sidelights and fogs. Sent from my HTC 10 using Tapatalk
  2. I ordered a full set from CEUK for my MK3 Focus. Since being installed I've had to replace the sidelights due to flickering and have changed dipped beam back to Osram and high beams back to stock. Not worth the price at all. Havent used the fogs much but I'll prob go back to yellow. Resulting in paying price for a full set and only using the sidelights :(
  3. Does it happen all the time or just when you reach around 3-4k revs ? If so, could be the actual vct unit is knackered.
  4. I don't understand what you mean pal, could you explain further ? Sent from my HTC 10 using Tapatalk
  5. Ordered some replacement led door logos today as my previous ones have faded badly. Should be here by Wednesday and installed on the same day.
  6. Sods law. My CEUK ones have just started to flicker.
  7. Thanks pal. The mechanic nextdoor to work said he'd have a look this week so hopefully he'll be able to sort something.
  8. This is what happens when you look too close at your car lol Something else I've noticed: Driver side headlight. Notice the silver bezel and the gap before the black Passenger side: Somehow it's sitting on top of the black bit. I've no idea how this is possible.
  9. Thanks for the reply. Could you explain a bit more please? If there's pain chipped away where two coils are colliding how would this be fixed? Also I've read about the strut mounts having an arrow to indicate which way to install them, maybe this was not known by the garage when they were installing them?
  10. Ok on close inspection I can see that the writing is the correct way up: I'm assuming this means they're installed the right way up. Here's a few more pics of further up the strut near the mount. I'm not sure what way the springs should sit up here so if anyone sees anything not right please let me know: Apologies for bad pics, it's the best I could do.
  11. I decided to have a look at my front struts today, just under the wheel arch. I noticed that the springs are sitting, with all the 'close' coils to the bottom, on the rubber perch: I'm not sure but is this correct ? I think I read somewhere before about springs being installed upside down but I can't remember where it was.
  12. Not that much different, I mean it just has to be revved slightly higher than normal. I've never had a problem with this, I've actually had a MK2 and MK3 Focus with the exact same engine. I'm not sure as I haven't timed my own but it has to be quicker to 60 than 14secs Sent from my HTC 10 using Tapatalk
  13. Doesn't drive poor. Just has to be driven differently. I have a 2011 1.6 tivct Titanium and I love it. Although, if you can get a 1.0 ecoboost for the same money and mileage go for it. There's nothing wrong with the tivct engine though.
  14. Yep those are the ones
  15. I got ones from Car Enhancements UK. They're extremely white and match my Osram headlights.