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PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2019 10:05 pm 
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Very nice the, it’s the small details that add up to complete a car!

Very sharp looking!!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2019 10:11 pm 
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My bargain alloys I picked up from an auto breaker. £150 for the 4 with tires, Installed them last year in April with a tread depth of 7mm, they had only done 600-1000 miles.

10,000 miles and almost a year later there's still 6mm tread left all round, the MOT tester was surprised when I told him how much I paid for them. Highly rate these continental tires

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 24, 2019 11:08 am 
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Looking very nice, always good getting a smooth MOT pass, our 107 did the same this week. Worth doing painting your calipers/drums as makes the most of your great alloys, can't believe the price you paid, nicely haggled, seen just 1 alloy no tyre for £100, so think seller must been smoking something that day!

Did you collect them yourself direct from breaker, probably best way, cos bet it easier for them, they don't have pack and courier them incurring big costs, making delivery the killer, probably why most peeps don't bother, so bet breakers get stuck with a lot alloys, so shows put bit effort in get the rewards! Reminds me I got some diamond cut alloys for my Mondeo few years ago, had to travel fair way to get them, but worth the extra effort for what they were and the price.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 24, 2019 5:55 pm 
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Looking very nice, always good getting a smooth MOT pass, our 107 did the same this week. Worth doing painting your calipers/drums as makes the most of your great alloys, can't believe the price you paid, nicely haggled, seen just 1 alloy no tyre for £100, so think seller must been smoking something that day!

Did you collect them yourself direct from breaker, probably best way, cos bet it easier for them, they don't have pack and courier them incurring big costs, making delivery the killer, probably why most peeps don't bother, so bet breakers get stuck with a lot alloys, so shows put bit effort in get the rewards! Reminds me I got some diamond cut alloys for my Mondeo few years ago, had to travel fair way to get them, but worth the extra effort for what they were and the price.
Yeah I picked them up from a place in Southampton so about an hour 1/2 drive for me, they were still on the car they were breaking (bad front end smash) which was black so I could sort of see what they will look on my car. Took them ages to find a 17mm socket bit to remove them!

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 24, 2019 7:19 pm 
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That was lucky no wonder they couldn't sell em, couldn't get blasted things off :lol: They mucho nicer than the Peugeot alloys, not that my sister could afford the higher spec 108s, but the alloys were another turn off for me. Funny thing is with the bugs, for me, the Citroen C1 always had the better looking alloys compared to Peugeot 107/108, Citroen's wheel designers made bit more of an effort, compared to Peugeot's.


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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2019 11:25 pm 
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Heres my Mod list so far:
C1 Rear diffuser trim
Team Heko Wind Deflectors
Rear tinted windows
Upgraded Gear Knob from higher trim level
C1 Clover Alloy wheels - Replaced steelies
Upgraded C1 Stereo from 2018 onwards (DAB+Android Auto/Car Play)
Door speaker upgrade to JBL GTO 629s
Reverse camera retro fit

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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2019 11:43 pm 
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The upgraded head unit the 2018 versions have will fit straight into older mk2 c1s, I managed to find one on ebay for £200, was £200 well spent as it makes a huge difference!

The part number is: 86140-YV020

It supports Android Auto/Apple Car Play. Voice control with Siri/Google Assistant. Scrolling DAB Info. And much more.

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The upgraded head unit the 2018 versions have will fit straight into older mk2 c1s, I managed to find one on ebay for £200, was £200 well spent as it makes a huge difference!

The part number is: 86140-YV020

It supports Android Auto/Apple Car Play. Voice control with Siri/Google Assistant. Scrolling DAB Info. And much more.

Great find, I wondered if there was an easy way to get Car Play into an earlier Mk2...

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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 2:33 pm 
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Thanks for posting, good to know latest tech is plug n play into newer older C1. Sadly be wasted on my Big Sis's early 108, she doesn't fully use her tech as it is :lol: , but never say never!


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