Show us your powder coloured engines

Show us your powder coloured engines

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Diablos-666

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Friday 16th July 2010
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As the title - The S6 is a great engine, so lets see them blinged up a bit.

... i need to decide what colour to get.

Diablos-666

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Saturday 17th July 2010
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Very clean engine bays there guys thumbup

I'm thinking maybe getting a yellow one! And have the speed six bit in blue! Nice and subtle.

Diablos-666

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Sunday 18th July 2010
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How long does it take to do? Do you need to leave your car with them?

I agree, I wouldn't pay anymore that a ton either.

Diablos-666

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Thursday 22nd July 2010
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Keep the pics coming guys, anyone have a yellow or blue coloured engine cloud9

Diablos-666

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Thursday 22nd July 2010
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VARLEYHYD said:
Original Factory Colours thumbup



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WOW! That is one clean engine bay! Looks lovely!

Diablos-666

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Thursday 22nd July 2010
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Yes yes! Nice! That part which has the "speed six" writing, can you get painted a different colour too? All the ones posted on here seem to be the same colour.

Diablos-666

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Thursday 22nd July 2010
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cloud9


Diablos-666

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Friday 23rd July 2010
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Now that look the dogs danglies! Think that has confirmed it for me, i'll get the yellow one.

Thanks guys

Diablos-666

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Wednesday 28th July 2010
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How do you guys clean your engine bays? Is it as simple as using a damp cloth and a bit of elbow grease?

Diablos-666

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Friday 6th August 2010
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Hey guys,

Anyone know where i can get one of those carbon fibre plug covers from? I have the standard black plastic one but it looks like it's been damaged and repaired in an earlier life.

Are there any benefits to the carbon one over the plastic one apart from some bling?

I'd imagine the plastic one to be lighter than the carbon one too?

Diablos-666

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Thursday 23rd December 2010
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Nice. How much was your silicon hose kit, as I want to get mine done.

I also want to clean up my air box but I have a rubber/foam patch on mine as it rubs against the bonnet frown

Am temper to get the c/f one but trying to justify the HUGE outlay for one is hard work yikes

Diablos-666

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Tuesday 18th January 2011
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... still waiting... patiently...

Anytime now...

... taps table...

Diablos-666

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Wednesday 19th January 2011
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PascalBuyens said:
Ah, sorry, I failed to mention I will only have time as of Friday to do this (sorry but I'm "on the road" a lot during the week)
Oh ok, thanks for letting us know, I can go to sleep now


hehe

Diablos-666

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Tuesday 8th February 2011
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Nice, i see you have upgraded the hose lines too. Just need to get the fuel rail powder coated now

biggrin


Diablos-666

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Friday 4th March 2011
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Graaf said:
does anyone know where I can find a new spark plug cover, I already placed a new (str8six)camcover so just need the small black part.
Have you tried RG's part's website?

Diablos-666

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Friday 4th March 2011
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What about a carbon fibre one from ACT?

Diablos-666

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Friday 4th March 2011
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Nor me either. Maybe try a scrap yard then?