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  1. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    For sale, latest version of Gaz mono coil overs. Brand new 0 miles but have been test fitted and as such will have the odd mark consistent with that. I also greased the threads prior to fitting. Spring rates are 450/550 which I was advised as a compromise between road/track. Combined adjustment for compression/re bound on the base of the shock as seen on the pictures.Correct brackets supplied to allow fitting to cars with ABS as well as non ABS equipped cars.Adjustment spanners supplied too.Come the time, re build costs are £60 per corner.


    , Derbyshire

  2. Thanks Matt, i've joined up, any excuse to get out driving.
  3. Love reading this thread, thanks for taking the time to do it.
  4. Rushes outside to try that number...........:)
  5. The ever helpful Paul from PJS is sourcing the code I need from Lotus, like you say, he just needed to see a copy of my V5 to get the process started. So, hopefully this will give someone a laugh...The paperwork that came with my car was including a Cobra installation certificate complete with the numbers 8186 on it...got to be the pin code right? Many,many,many attempts later to try to re program a new remote using the code and the penny finally drops... 8186 is the feckin alarm type....what a doomer...
  6. Apologies, only just seen the reply above, waiting for the pin code from Lotus, once I get this and it works I'll update with the very embarrassing reason I wasn't having any success . Thanks for taking the time to reply . Paul.
  7. Car is a 2006 111R with factory fit Cobra alarm, only had one remote so trying to code a second. Can someone just read through this please to see if I'm missing something as I can't get this to work despite following the instructions. 1. Unlock car with original remote and put key in ignition, turn ignition on so alarm stays disarmed while I press and hold both buttons on the new remote and the original until the tell tale stops flashing then goes out. 2.Turn ignition off and on three times, after the last off wait for the red light in the cluster to go solid then
  8. Fantastic attention to detail, great read cheers.
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