No, regular R18 sedan
At first I was planning to just throw the compound formula to get the swirl marks off and "done" but I might go ahead and finish it off!Nice! Are you going to finish it with polish? I'd recommend Meguiars M205.
Thanks for the compliment! I understand too - I was also the same 4 car washes ago but i've definitely been taking care of it more since I know I will keep it for another 5+ years as a good daily. I just hope I won't get into a wreck because accidents have been becoming very common in my area recently and I don't want someone crashing into my car lol.Wow, FD, that looks really good. All your hard work is paying off! I've been going to the car wash (no time) since the pandemic hit. I have have hand washed it once in the summer. I'm bad, I know.
The shock hasn't leaked anymore so I cleaned off the oil and will keep monitoring it.Let us know how they ride, although supposedly the KYBs are OEM spec.
I have the Monroe rear shocks and they are worn already after 2 years. Very floppy in the back like the worn OEM shocks.The shock hasn't leaked anymore so I cleaned off the oil and will keep monitoring it.
I put a set of the KYB's on the rear of my wifes 2008 about 1500 miles ago and they don't feel any different. Which is good with me. The KYB's are way better than the Monroe shocks that the previous owner had on there. The Monroe hardware is junk.
I'm itching to do this mod as well. I'll see how much leftover cash i'll have after the credit card billUrghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
The forbidden fruit must be tasted!
Doing the hybrid (clear) LED 3rd brake light "mod". (part #34270-SNC-A02, $127). I still can't believe I never saw this.
This forum is dangerous on the wallet.
I'm going to do this mod because what matters to me is that it's more brighter than the stock halogen light and it matches the LED's in the back of the car which I already swapped out a while ago. To me, it also looks "cooler" that it lights up instantly and it makes the car more modern.Just remember the LED third brake light isn't replaceable. If it goes out you need a new assembly. I don't think it's worth $100+. You literally can never see it on yourself.