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Areet lads, has anyone heard of, and/or used this manufacturer before? I'm gonna order one if they're any good. £3.90 + free shipping! dont know what they go for over here? They have filters for a few different models too, just need to find cheap oil and slick 50 now!

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AFAIK, Aceparts are a UK based company. I've bought a pair of clear side repeaters off them. To be honest, when it comes to service parts, I wouldn't buy anything other than original parts.
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I think genuine filters are only about 8 or 9 yoyo's , I wouldnt buy spurious filter's for An alfa but if you were changing the oil evry 6k miles then maybe the price would be prohibitive .
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I did see those repeaters and thought they would look tasty alright, are they any good? I did think twice about aftermarket bits like that tbh as I didnt want my alfa to start looking like a 00 astra with those horrible 'lexus look' rear clusters. but those little blobs of orange on the wings look kak.
I didnt realise that proper filters were only 8/9 quid, for that price its not worth bothering with a cheapo alternative really. Also I was thinking of a 10k oil and filter interval does this sound about right or should it be sooner. 1.6 ts btw:-)
 
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Take a look in this thread. I posted some pics with the new side repeaters. They are an improvment over the yellow ones anyway.

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They do look the nuts! especially on a silver body cleans the side profile right up. where did you get hold of your new badge? have seen em on ebay but they're a bit pricey
 
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Take a look in this thread. I posted some pics with the new side repeaters. They are an improvment over the yellow ones anyway.

https://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/motor...repeaters.html
Defo looks great Rob especially on a silver, black and blue cars, way better than the originals, I don't think they look as good on red cars though.
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I did see those repeaters and thought they would look tasty alright, are they any good? I did think twice about aftermarket bits like that tbh as I didnt want my alfa to start looking like a 00 astra with those horrible 'lexus look' rear clusters. but those little blobs of orange on the wings look kak.
I didnt realise that proper filters were only 8/9 quid, for that price its not worth bothering with a cheapo alternative really. Also I was thinking of a 10k oil and filter interval does this sound about right or should it be sooner. 1.6 ts btw:-)
Ah 10 k is ok no bother but If you are doing 10k between change its better to get the real filter !
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Hey Rob sorry missed the thread but they look great on your car , always thought that the clear were a better job and as GAVAN ( not that i usually argueree ) says on the silver its the job
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They do look the nuts! especially on a silver body cleans the side profile right up. where did you get hold of your new badge? have seen em on ebay but they're a bit pricey
I got my badge off ebspares, but give Jason from alfaownershop an e-mail and tell him what you want. Really good prices and delivery.


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Yeah Dermo they're definitely an improvment
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Yaeh they were on my 156 Ti





Sorry I get weepie when i Mention the Ti
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Ah 10 k is ok no bother but If you are doing 10k between change its better to get the real filter !
Aye for a couple of quid its not worth it
 
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