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Phil 997
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 4:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Had my seatbelts done by FDTS in Surrey and they did a same day service , I had them refitted today. Thumb
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 4:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Damn they look good Phil Thumb
 
  
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi phill, your belts do suit your car for its colour.. is your interior Midnight Blue? Looks great Thumb

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Hi phill, your belts do suit your car for its colour.. is your interior Midnight Blue? Looks great Thumb

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Its called Sea Blue mate, I think it goes nicely with Aqua paintwork. Most Aqua cars seem to come with Black interiors which also looks good. Grin Your red fitted look stunning against the black leather mate.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 6:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Hi phill, your belts do suit your car for its colour.. is your interior Midnight Blue? Looks great Thumb

J


Its called Sea Blue mate, I think it goes nicely with Aqua paintwork. Most Aqua cars seem to come with Black interiors which also looks good. Grin Your red fitted look stunning against the black leather mate.


Hiya Phil, cheers mate Thumb your seats are Sea Blue, mine are Midnight Blue which is darker, almost black at a distant but like yours, looks sweet Very Happy your belts really opens the colour inside !! Nice choice ...


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 6:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Phil it now looks like a car you own 👍 but damn I’m now guna have to have this done!!!
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 6:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Hi phill, your belts do suit your car for its colour.. is your interior Midnight Blue? Looks great Thumb

J


Its called Sea Blue mate, I think it goes nicely with Aqua paintwork. Most Aqua cars seem to come with Black interiors which also looks good. Grin Your red fitted look stunning against the black leather mate.


Hiya Phil, cheers mate Thumb your seats are Sea Blue, mine are Midnight Blue which is darker, almost black at a distant but like yours, looks sweet Very Happy your belts really opens the colour inside !! Nice choice ...

J


Floor I should know better mate my gen1 was midnight and everyone kept saying it was black Thumb its a lovely colour Grin Grin

Thanks mate I wanted to lift the inside but be a bit more subtle than I was with my gen1 I will post a couple of pics so you can see how carried away with acid green I got Grin but I did love it Thumb
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 7:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Phil it now looks like a car you own 👍 but damn I’m now guna have to have this done!!!


Floor Thanks Chris ,and not a hint of acid green. Not a bad mod at £32.50 plus vat per belt. Sorry to make you spend more money mate Grin Thumb

This pic is my next project for November Grin
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 7:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Damn they look good Phil Thumb


Agree

I need these in my life... a nice little winter mod project!

Now what colour to go for with a Silver / Black car Confused
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 7:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TonyC911 wrote:
Boba fett wrote:
Damn they look good Phil Thumb


Agree

I need these in my life... a nice little winter mod project!

Now what colour to go for with a Silver / Black car Confused


Tony most would say Red BUT you need more silver in your life mate silver car black interior with as close to your paintwork as you can silver seatbelts would also look good with all the galvarno silver interior trim Thumb Thumb
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 8:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Damn they look good Phil Thumb


Agree

I need these in my life... a nice little winter mod project!

Now what colour to go for with a Silver / Black car Confused


Silver all day long Thumb
 
  
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 9:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Hi phill, your belts do suit your car for its colour.. is your interior Midnight Blue? Looks great Thumb

J


Its called Sea Blue mate, I think it goes nicely with Aqua paintwork. Most Aqua cars seem to come with Black interiors which also looks good. Grin Your red fitted look stunning against the black leather mate.


Hiya Phil, cheers mate Thumb your seats are Sea Blue, mine are Midnight Blue which is darker, almost black at a distant but like yours, looks sweet Very Happy your belts really opens the colour inside !! Nice choice ...

J


Floor I should know better mate my gen1 was midnight and everyone kept saying it was black Thumb its a lovely colour Grin Grin

Thanks mate I wanted to lift the inside but be a bit more subtle than I was with my gen1 I will post a couple of pics so you can see how carried away with acid green I got Grin but I did love it Thumb


Phil, let me ask ya, your steering wheel and gear knob + gaiter, what colour is it, no doubt it's alacantara? The pic of your gen1, the mods were nice and sweet Thumb

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 11:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Hi phill, your belts do suit your car for its colour.. is your interior Midnight Blue? Looks great Thumb

J


Its called Sea Blue mate, I think it goes nicely with Aqua paintwork. Most Aqua cars seem to come with Black interiors which also looks good. Grin Your red fitted look stunning against the black leather mate.


Hiya Phil, cheers mate Thumb your seats are Sea Blue, mine are Midnight Blue which is darker, almost black at a distant but like yours, looks sweet Very Happy your belts really opens the colour inside !! Nice choice ...

J


Floor I should know better mate my gen1 was midnight and everyone kept saying it was black Thumb its a lovely colour Grin Grin

Thanks mate I wanted to lift the inside but be a bit more subtle than I was with my gen1 I will post a couple of pics so you can see how carried away with acid green I got Grin but I did love it Thumb


Phil, let me ask ya, your steering wheel and gear knob + gaiter, what colour is it, no doubt it's alacantara? The pic of your gen1, the mods were nice and sweet Thumb

J



They are Porsche genuine alcantara the armrest, handbreak, gearshift, and steering wheel .But Linas at DesignLS and other retrimmers can get a very close match so close you wouldnt know even side by side. I have just brought all the lower dash in alcantara have a look at the pic the wheel is genuine porsche the sheet of alcantara alongside it is from a retrimmer Thumb the alcantara tip surround on the gen 1 was made by designLS for me

Thanks for your thoughts on the gen1 Thumb
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 12:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Hi phill, your belts do suit your car for its colour.. is your interior Midnight Blue? Looks great Thumb

J


Its called Sea Blue mate, I think it goes nicely with Aqua paintwork. Most Aqua cars seem to come with Black interiors which also looks good. Grin Your red fitted look stunning against the black leather mate.


Hiya Phil, cheers mate Thumb your seats are Sea Blue, mine are Midnight Blue which is darker, almost black at a distant but like yours, looks sweet Very Happy your belts really opens the colour inside !! Nice choice ...

J


Floor I should know better mate my gen1 was midnight and everyone kept saying it was black Thumb its a lovely colour Grin Grin

Thanks mate I wanted to lift the inside but be a bit more subtle than I was with my gen1 I will post a couple of pics so you can see how carried away with acid green I got Grin but I did love it Thumb


Phil, let me ask ya, your steering wheel and gear knob + gaiter, what colour is it, no doubt it's alacantara? The pic of your gen1, the mods were nice and sweet Thumb

J



They are Porsche genuine alcantara the armrest, handbreak, gearshift, and steering wheel .But Linas at DesignLS and other retrimmers can get a very close match so close you wouldnt know even side by side. I have just brought all the lower dash in alcantara have a look at the pic the wheel is genuine porsche the sheet of alcantara alongside it is from a retrimmer Thumb the alcantara tip surround on the gen 1 was made by designLS for me

Thanks for your thoughts on the gen1 Thumb


That looks like a perfect match Phil Thumb what colour would you say the steering wheel alcantara is? Same as interior? If so then that's the colour I'll have to do my bits as my interior is near your colour interior etc.... I wanna blend my steering wheel with the interior as close as possible , don't want the steering wheel, handbrake cover and gear knob/gaiter to stand out etc..

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I’d be doing this diy and posting unless anyone knows somewhere up north?

I know it’s hard to get into the back but any tips on how to get the belts out? Any links to how you do it?
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[quote="silvermilnec"]I’d be doing this diy and posting unless anyone knows somewhere up north?

I know it’s hard to get into the back but any tips on how to get the belts out? Any links to how you do it?[/quote


My Tech did it but he removed the rear qtr side trims the bose rear box and trim above the box under the rear glass. I asked him why the bose box he said it only took 2 mins and gave him better access. Thumb
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 10:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Hi phill, your belts do suit your car for its colour.. is your interior Midnight Blue? Looks great Thumb

J


Its called Sea Blue mate, I think it goes nicely with Aqua paintwork. Most Aqua cars seem to come with Black interiors which also looks good. Grin Your red fitted look stunning against the black leather mate.


Hiya Phil, cheers mate Thumb your seats are Sea Blue, mine are Midnight Blue which is darker, almost black at a distant but like yours, looks sweet Very Happy your belts really opens the colour inside !! Nice choice ...

J


Floor I should know better mate my gen1 was midnight and everyone kept saying it was black Thumb its a lovely colour Grin Grin

Thanks mate I wanted to lift the inside but be a bit more subtle than I was with my gen1 I will post a couple of pics so you can see how carried away with acid green I got Grin but I did love it Thumb


Phil, let me ask ya, your steering wheel and gear knob + gaiter, what colour is it, no doubt it's alacantara? The pic of your gen1, the mods were nice and sweet Thumb

J



They are Porsche genuine alcantara the armrest, handbreak, gearshift, and steering wheel .But Linas at DesignLS and other retrimmers can get a very close match so close you wouldnt know even side by side. I have just brought all the lower dash in alcantara have a look at the pic the wheel is genuine porsche the sheet of alcantara alongside it is from a retrimmer Thumb the alcantara tip surround on the gen 1 was made by designLS for me

Thanks for your thoughts on the gen1 Thumb


That looks like a perfect match Phil Thumb what colour would you say the steering wheel alcantara is? Same as interior? If so then that's the colour I'll have to do my bits as my interior is near your colour interior etc.... I wanna blend my steering wheel with the interior as close as possible , don't want the steering wheel, handbrake cover and gear knob/gaiter to stand out etc..

J



It looks a bit like charcoal so has a bluey tinge to it especially when next to blue . but I think Porsche call it black
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 10:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Phil 997 wrote:
-- 997 -- wrote:
Hi phill, your belts do suit your car for its colour.. is your interior Midnight Blue? Looks great Thumb

J


Its called Sea Blue mate, I think it goes nicely with Aqua paintwork. Most Aqua cars seem to come with Black interiors which also looks good. Grin Your red fitted look stunning against the black leather mate.


Hiya Phil, cheers mate Thumb your seats are Sea Blue, mine are Midnight Blue which is darker, almost black at a distant but like yours, looks sweet Very Happy your belts really opens the colour inside !! Nice choice ...

J


Floor I should know better mate my gen1 was midnight and everyone kept saying it was black Thumb its a lovely colour Grin Grin

Thanks mate I wanted to lift the inside but be a bit more subtle than I was with my gen1 I will post a couple of pics so you can see how carried away with acid green I got Grin but I did love it Thumb


Phil, let me ask ya, your steering wheel and gear knob + gaiter, what colour is it, no doubt it's alacantara? The pic of your gen1, the mods were nice and sweet Thumb

J



They are Porsche genuine alcantara the armrest, handbreak, gearshift, and steering wheel .But Linas at DesignLS and other retrimmers can get a very close match so close you wouldnt know even side by side. I have just brought all the lower dash in alcantara have a look at the pic the wheel is genuine porsche the sheet of alcantara alongside it is from a retrimmer Thumb the alcantara tip surround on the gen 1 was made by designLS for me

Thanks for your thoughts on the gen1 Thumb


That looks like a perfect match Phil Thumb what colour would you say the steering wheel alcantara is? Same as interior? If so then that's the colour I'll have to do my bits as my interior is near your colour interior etc.... I wanna blend my steering wheel with the interior as close as possible , don't want the steering wheel, handbrake cover and gear knob/gaiter to stand out etc..

J



It looks a bit like charcoal so has a bluey tinge to it especially when next to blue . but I think Porsche call it black
Grin


Nice, my next project, will be calling Linus in morning !!! Thumb

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 10:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I’d be doing this diy and posting unless anyone knows somewhere up north?

I know it’s hard to get into the back but any tips on how to get the belts out? Any links to how you do it?


Rear side panels comes off, take pictures just incase your not sure... my first time took me 20 mins per side and I was stopping to have a Cold drink cos it gets hot in there, the rear seat belt can be tricky to get the bolts out, you need a 17mm spanner, ring spanner or a ratchet spanner if you have, socket will not fit.. when putting all back I used loctite thread sealer, that's when the trouble starts, it gets fiddly cos of the position you have be to LINE up the bolt, if you have big hands like me then you will fight.,if small hands like a woman, then your ok... just take pictures as you go along like what I did as reference cos on a few occasions I did have to look at the pictures and sorted, best part and to be very carefully putting the panels back... then you have this grin on her face when it looks good!!

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