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    Looks good are the arches having moulds for fibreglass panels?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iain View Post
    Looks good are the arches having moulds for fibreglass panels?


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    Thats the plan

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    More work on the bumper and front wings



    Had a look at the rear moulds on the car

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    Using "CAD"


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    Have removed the loom from the saloon and labelled it up, stripped out the unnecessaries and started to label up the honda loom
    Fitted bootlid again with seal and it seems to be sitting well just need to work out where to put pins, to keep original holes or not


    Checking a few bits and bobs before finishing the cross brace


    Put both seats in to get an idea of space inside, passenger side just sitting on floor with no rails thats why its so low


    Made a start on the dash with some 'CAD'

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    Bodywork's gonna look special & unique I imagine.

    At this stage I would advise a better steering wheel column / angle and getting the gear shifter in towards the driver more, as if you leave it you'll struggle to improve things once all the dash is back in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRoadGhost View Post
    Bodywork's gonna look special & unique I imagine.

    At this stage I would advise a better steering wheel column / angle and getting the gear shifter in towards the driver more, as if you leave it you'll struggle to improve things once all the dash is back in.
    Looking to do something similar to what we've done before with the dash setup as shown in pic, the column and shifter are in a good position already?

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    I always thought the shifter position was strange in the Civic, it's not until you actually drive one you realise it actually feels very nice where it is as it's nice and close to the steering wheel.
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    I can't agree with the steering wheel position / angle

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRoadGhost View Post
    I can't agree with the steering wheel position / angle
    Can understand have you tried it? The steering wheel position has not been finalised but I'm almost 6ft5 so its not ideal for others, seems to work for me

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