I've had code P02CF come up on mine recently, small misfire at idle and sputter during partial throttle. Code was injector related. I also tried changing spark plugs and swapping coil packs but issue stayed. I ran a bottle of injector cleaner and it seemed to have helped a little. Waiting to see...
Not a big deal at all.. What do you think a torque converter is there for?
Would like to see how you would of reacted in my place when the dealership installed my brake pads upside down on my Type R :rolleyes:
This guy has it right.
Seat belt off with handbrake on then start burnout.
Once ready, click in seat belt. It is going to take off the handbrake and you will leave 11s as long as the eye can see :thumbsup:
Definitely doesn't have that extra structural adhesive..
Does seem like it was done by someone who was familiar with them that's for sure but 10th gens are kind of like legos, barely any tools needed for the interior trims. (Which also makes them not fit like they used to when take off)...
I still haven't got that red H on the key fob yet but it is on my list ;)
I am more curious about the why was it done, so many ideas in mind yet maybe none of them is the real story..
It does appear to have "every nut and bolt" from the Type R, over 6 months later and still haven't found...
Unfortunately not ? Would of love to be the one to do it, would of been quite the adventure and hard work.
I've only had it for a few months now but it has every nut and bolt from a type R, nothing missing.