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Rear Speaker Upgrade (for the Megane II 5door hatch)

After having replaced the front speakers with the Pioneer TS-131Q, I felt that the rear needed replacing as they are not up to par the aforementioned Pioneers. My choice came down to the Pioneer E-Motion TS-E1376 or TS-E1396, the latter ones being 3-way, having higher frequency response and being more powerful (check these links TS-E1376 and TS-E1396). I was lucky to track them down (through ebay) at a German e–shop, www.caraudio24.de, paid 82 euros (including shipping and Paypal surcharges) and the package arrived in a little more than two weeks. Below are the box contents, 2 speakers, 2 grills, screws and cabling. No instructions however, as these are speakers for universal fitting. Just have a look at them side by side with the OE Renault rear speakers. Absolutely no comments on the magnet size!
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Installation guide Single-Frame front bumper HF 7551 Audi A6 4B C5

1. Removal of the original bumper:
Remove all screws which hold the bumper. Also remove the screws which hold the alloy bar and remove the bumper with the alloy bar. Remove the alloy bar from the bumper and install it into the new Hofele-Design bumper.
2. Placement of the Hofele-Design front bumper on the car:
Place the new bumper on the car but do not yet bolt it on.
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RENAULT LAGUNA ROAD TEST REPORT

The Renault Laguna has been absent from the Australian new car market since 1996, but now it’s back with a new distributor and new models. Renault Australia (as part of the Nissan/Renault alliance) kicked off here in June 2001 with a range that comprised Clio hatchbacks, 2WD and 4WD Scenic wagons and a Megane Cabriolet. Now, after some frustrating delays, the Laguna saloon and Laguna estate have arrived. The Laguna saloon (read sedan, though it actually has a rear hatch!), comes in three equipment levels. They are the Authentique, the Privilege and the Privilege LX. The Laguna estates (read wagons) are available in Authentique and Privilege form.
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RENAULT – 2005 & 2006 FIA FORMULA 1 WORLD CHAMPIONS

Although every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained within this brochure is as accurate and up to date as possible, Renault U.K. reserves the right to modify its models without notice including their characteristics, specifications, equipment and accessories. Brochures inevitably become out of date or inaccurate in some respects, in that such characteristics, equipment, specifications or accessories may be changed after the publication date given below and can differ from the descriptions given. It is therefore necessary to check with your Renault dealer before purchasing any product that the characteristics, specifications, equipment or accessories of the vehicle on order are as advertised. Publication date June 2007.
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Renault Workshop Repair Manual

Types 852 J8S, Vehicles Renault 18 Fuego Renault 20 Renault 21 Renault 25 Renault 30 Safrane Espace Trafic Master Jeep.
“The repair methods given by the manufacturer in this document are based on the technical specifications current when it was prepared. The methods may be modified as a result of changes introduced by the manufacturer in the production of the various component units and accessories from which his vehicles are constructed.”
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Renault in 2004

Renault continued and extended implementation of its strategy for profitable growth throughout 2004. The number-one brand in Europe — and the only automotive manufacturer to line up seven vehicles with top five-star ratings in Euro NCAP crash tests — Renault placed third in the Formula 1 constructors’ championship and accelerated international growth. Developments included the launch of Logan and the deepening of its Alliance with Nissan. Results for the year bear out the pertinence of this strategy, with operating margin reaching 5.9% of revenues, making Renault one of Europe’s most profitable volume vehicle manufacturers.
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Renault vs Chrysler

Space and comfort are the essence of an MPV, so we need to take a close look at the route that these two have taken. On paper, they both offer seven seats, and the usual luxuries. Access is better on the Grand Voyager, thanks to the sliding doors.Having already looked at the design aspects of the seating, the comfort levels are similar, both having leather trim and offering sufficient legroom. The Renault adds a number of pull-up sun screens on the rear doors, rear windows and the hatch window. All passengers have three-point seatbelts, and are protected by a full complement of airbags.
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1993 Honda Prelude Transmission Removal & Installation

1) Disconnect negative battery cable and ground strap at transaxle. Disconnect positive battery cable. Remove battery and battery base. Remove drain plug, and drain transaxle fluid (remove fill plug to speed draining). Install drain plug with NEW washer, and tighten plug to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS TABLE at the end of this article.
2) Disconnect wiring for starter motor, transaxle lock-up control solenoid and shift control solenoid. Remove starter. Disconnect mainshaft and countershaft speed sensor connectors. Remove complete air cleaner case assembly. Disconnect and remove throttle control cable at transaxle bracket.
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Ducati Suite- Rear Suspension Adjustment

The good ol’ Monster rear suspension: single adjustable Boge-Sachs rear shock. It’s gotten a bad rap as an underperformer, but it is still a quality piece with much better adjustment than many other sportbike shocks allow. Then again, why wouldn’t it? It’s a Ducati.
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BBR Rear Disk Brake Kit Instructions

Everything is included in this kit to add a rear disc brake to your BBR Perimeter Aluminum Frame kit based motorcycle. If you are adapting this kit to the OEM Honda frame or another aftermarket frame kit, you will need our adapter kit PN 550-HXR-5050. Because installation of this kit is beyond the control of BBR Motorsports, Inc, we cannot accept responsibilty for misuse or improper installation. This kit is intended only for use on off-road motorcycles. These instructions are intended only as a supliment to the proper Honda service manual. If the installation of this product is beyond your technical abilities please refer to qualified service personel.

1. Support bike on stand with rear tire off of ground. Remove seat and body work. Remove rear wheel and brake pedal.
2. Remove shipping bracket from master cylinder.
3. Remove shipping wedge from the caliper.
4. Install master cylinder on frame using supplied 6mm bolts.
5. Install master cylinder reservoir on upper subframe bolt using the supplied bracket and longer bolt.
6. Slide caliper (on mount) onto back of swingarm
7. Stick brake hose mounts onto swingarm. Be sure to clean the swingarm to insure that they stick properly.
8. Install rotor and sprocket on the rear hub. BBR recommends using a thread lock adhesive on all these bolts
9. Install rear wheel. Use care to insure that the rotor slides between the brake pads and the wheel spacers stay in place.
10. Install brake pedal tip in desired location. BBR recommends using a thread lock here also.
11. Unsnap the clevis pin from the bottom of the brake reservoir.
12. Install the brake pedal spring on the top bolt mount.

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