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Old 02-10-2011, 08:32 PM   #1
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]I´m Peter from Sweden 34 years old

I´d been interested in the FD model since it came. But here in sweden we only have FD3.
In late 2009 I made up my mind and contacted Superior Imports, which import lots of cars from Japan.
We looked and looked but didnt find any FD2.
Finally we find a silver FD2

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2010-04-08 (my birhtday by the way) it finally arrived to sweden.
The only one in sweden.


First time ever, I drove RHD
Felt a little strange at first...


But after a couple of hours i Got used to it.






I had an EG4 before, I loved that car but my FD2 is my best buy ever

My EG4
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Old 02-10-2011, 09:51 PM   #2
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all i can say is nice
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Old 02-10-2011, 10:16 PM   #3
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Old 02-10-2011, 10:38 PM   #4
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i love it! congrats!
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Beautiful sedan you have there bro!
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Very nice car man it would seem so weird to drive rhd bet it cost a pretty penny to import her in.
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Old 02-11-2011, 07:54 AM   #7
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It's so nice car Peter, and I love your plans for your car = )

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thanks everyone.

The first te it felt wrong turnig left, but now its like nothin.
But if I gonna pass truck or anything it can be quie difficul.

But thats the small part :)
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What are you mod plans for it man?
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My plans is to keep it clean as possible. Just tjhe best stuff from The Rising Sun :) Japan.
This car is guite difficult to find tuning for, Its either FD1 or FD2-R, So It means that I have te mail everone and on one knows if it fits.
But so far it will be Mugen Front Skirt, Mugen Side skirt, Mugen Rear Skirt, Mugen Sports grill, Mugen Suspensions and Enkei RPF1 18" Rims
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Sorry to hear its so hard to find parts for it never think about parts for hondas being hard to find, cause i drive the 96-00 every part in the world seems avliable for them.
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Cant wait to see some of those mods on it though. I agree keep it clean and pretty simple will look great.
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Lol at dude in rebel beanie
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Thats great didnt even notice it till you said that cracked me up a little bit.
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