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Hello Everyone! New member from Russial with a P12

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Zapoy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Mar 2017 at 5:08pm

With your permission I will write a bit more about the car.In the salon the following was done:Illumination of door handlesIn the case of handles a hole was drilled with a diameter of 5 millimeters, and a 5-millimeter yellow LED was put there. 

Connected (+) from the illumination of the buttons for controlling the glasses, (-) first connected to the end of the handbrake, then connected to a separate button

   Similarly, the backlight of the ceiling light buttons was made. Only there in the buttons there are holes with a diameter of 3 millimeters, there and put the corresponding LEDs. 

Power supply (+) from the headlamp leveling illumination illumination, (-) to the button to which the illumination of the door handles is connected. The button was placed near the left foot, there is a suitable platform in the plastic.

Also, LED modules were installed in the ceiling fixtures, and then it became clear that making the button illumination very easy. The buttons themselves are initially transparent.

During the removal and installation of salon fixtures, plastic locks were broken and the housing of the fixtures. Thinking I saw the fixing brackets from the antiskirk brackets from the brake calipers (I work in the service and I have a lot of these pieces of hardware).

In the photo, the crossed out is the wrong version of the plate placement.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Zapoy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Mar 2017 at 7:24pm
And these are photos of several meetings of the Perm Club of Nissan Primera P12. On the Internet, few people are active, so there are not many cars.
The very first meeting. March 2016. We formed recently.





May 8, 2016 met to compare the twins. Ridden each other in cars. Well, joined us one more person on the black example.  The rear left lantern was broken in me, I made a timepiece of red and transparent adhesive tape






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hello and welcome to npoc mate, nice car, I see the P12's are popular in Russia..
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Originally posted by ragt20 ragt20 wrote:

hello and welcome to npoc mate, nice car, I see the P12's are popular in Russia..

Yes, there is a certain popularity in P12. A lot of car with good equipment for little money.
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Most are Saloon's I see. Thumbs Up
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote timeshock! Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31 Mar 2017 at 12:08am
it must of been a filthy day on the shoot in the carpark
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Yes. Saloon's are very popular in Russia.  

Будут ещё фотографии встречь, но немного совсем. Ну и тихонько буду продолжать показывать, что у меня по машине сделано. Больших улучшений нет, а мелочи есть. Под себя довожу её потихоньку
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There will be more pictures to meet, but a little at all. Well, quietly, I will continue to show what I have done with the car. There are no big improvements, but there are trifles. Under myself I bring it slowly
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In the spring, we do not have clean cars. Sinks are expensive, and cleanliness lasts for 5 minutes
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And here it's cleaner, and the cars are washed. May month. They rolled around the city and then drove out of town. Ride each other on cars. We arranged a small race for dispersal from 0km / h to a certain distance 1.6 against 1.8.  I did not see much difference in the overclocking. Maybe 1.8 was faulty, maybe it was not overclocked specially. Forgot to remove the video only.
Among us here is a car of a Chinese manufacturer assembled in Russia. Lifan Serbrium. This is one of the former owners of Nissan Primera.
I myself work as a car repairman repairing Chinese cars









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