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      We are migrating! IMPORTANT - Please read   08/07/2017

      Over the past couple of years we've seen an influx of productivity and engagement across our social networking platforms. So much so, that the social realm as you may know, is overtaking the likes of websites and forums. We have been number crunching and feel it is best that we go with the flow and embrace the social media world.
      We have decided to transfer the club over to our already hugely popular Facebook Page and Facebook Group. With over 14k members on our Facebook group alone there is even more engagement with other members from across the world. If you haven't already, now is the time to give our Page a Like and join the Group for discussions.
      The website will soon become a redirect to the Facebook Page and Group. If you have anything of importance posted on the forum, now would be a great time to grab it and post it on our group.

      A further message will be sent before the switch.

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  1. I would also like to know how to do this, feel like the standard ibiza S 2010 has not the best speakers.
  2. Closest video I've seen: But I think the initial trim that they take off might come off differently or have clips in different spots, apart from that I'm guessing its the exactly the same.
  3. Try using T-cut works fairly well on minor scratches, used it a few places of my silver Ibiza (using silver T-cut) and it got rid of most scratches I had. Especially ones behind door handles which were very apparent but not anymore
  4. I saw your post about ur wheels and when reg checking your car it comes up as a Ibiza Sport 84, plus your wing mirrors match your body work, mine are just an ugly black plastic, think your cars a step up in terms of variant Same model just slightly upgraded i reckon.
  5. Its only called facelift because the front end changed design in 2012, so just look for parts for a Seat ibiza 2012+
  6. To be honest looking at cars sold on autotrader which are the same model (Ibiza SportCoupe 2010) all pictures I've seen have the same wiper stalks etc. I think the SE version from 2010 year had it but thats about it sadly...
  7. You need to be looking at the facelift models, the part number Ford gave is the Ibiza 6j prefacelift.
  8. Gloss black but maybe change the caliper colour, feels out of place?
  9. I know bit sad, got a display for mileage n time i guess haha
  10. Here's the pictures I got, http://imgur.com/a/FNYO7 After pressing the two window buttons on the left, it gave me those figures in the last picture, which isn't mpg. When looking online for similar cars for sale for instance (http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201706166511437?maximum-badge-engine-size=1.2&model=IBIZA&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly New&onesearchad=New&price-to=3500&maximum-mileage=60000&advertising-location=at_cars&sort=year-desc&postcode=ub55nn&make=SEAT&radius=1500&page=1) on the 13th picture you can see the end of the stalk also has nothing?
  11. Its clear at the end of the wiper stalk, theres no button (ill put a picture up tomorrow). I have the usual two buttons inbetween the speedo n revs but it only changes time and service counter etc.
  12. I don't know if I'm going crazy, I own a seat ibiza 6j sportcoupe 10plate, but I cant find how to adjust the display to change between mpg figures/fuel range etc? No the wiper stalk doesn't have any buttons on the end?
  13. Sorry to act stupid, anyone know how the flying pig do I change the display inbetween the speedo n revs, to show mpg, etc etc? No knob on end of wiper stalk???
  14. For those who need to replace theirs this is how I did it: The small clip which comes with the handle needs to be pushed into the open end of the handle, with the two open ends facing the chair. Then push the handle onto the metal rod which is inside the chair (easily visible when looking into the chair mechanism). That's it, should be snug and will allow you to tilt ur seat forward to allow backseat access.