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anemo

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  1. Same thing in my 2001 1.0 Yaris. I get about 35 litres in the tank when refelling just after the last bar starts flashing. 9 litres of petrol/diesel is quite much for a Yaris! :)
  2. I second that! Looks great!
  3. I change my front brake pads and it was quite easy and I guess that it's a similar procedure for the rear ones. Check this guide for more info: http://toyotaownersclub.com/forums/index.p...=56738&st=0 (Not Yaris T-Sport specific though).
  4. Another video of a previous Yaris project: how to paint the gray plastic black and remove the "fried egg effect": Enjoy! :)
  5. 7) To open your headlights, put them in an oven (yes, an oven) for 5 minutes with around 100 degrees celsius. This will soften the glue and make it possible to remove the plastic lens.
  6. Hey guys! I did a little video of my LED tail lights project. Have a look here: Here's an old thread with some additional info: http://toyotaownersclub.com/forums/index.p...c=66579&hl= I'm planning to do a video for my modified headlights too. Stay tuned! :)
  7. Yeah, I also think that gunmetal would the first hand choice on a black car if it was available. Bronze would probably look really good too:
  8. I think it's time to call Chuck Norris!
  9. Wow! I'm impressed! It's really a work well done. Looks like new :) Congrats!
  10. I'm pretty proud of owning my Yaris and it feels like it's a bit of a statement to choose a the Yaris. I don't have the need to show off and I appreciate that it's reliable and has a quite low mpg (more friendly to the environment). I just wish that it could be driven of E85 (85% ethanol) :)
  11. I painted my wing mirrors and it tool a while to get the right technique. The result is quite good but not as good as profesionally painted parts. I tried to paint my roof spoiler too but gave up after bad result. BTW: that "how to"-guide is quite good!
  12. Looks nice! But will it pass a MOT? I think that it would fail here in Sweden.
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