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    "Microbe" (Sold)
    2015
    Nissan
    Micra S
    Grey K36
    Manual

    Bought since december 2014
    Sold in April 2017
    73 000km

    Modifications

    - Nissan forum sticker
    - "SR" Spoiler on the stock nissan micra "S"
    - Nismo Badge front/rear
    - Rallye Armor Mud Flap

    Glovebox seat cover

    Skidplate under the motor, so no more dusk, rock and mud going inside the motor space!

    Nothing more "cheap" side of a washer plate ... which has been cut (without actual measurement) and paint for better resistance with time. So, not really strong ... but enough to stop small rocks, sand, mud, snow block to pass into the engine compartment.

    Aftermarket rim for Summer

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    Can we get a picture of your skidplate?

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    There we goes, skidplate picture under the motor are now online.

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    Be interesting to see the layout of that...what kind of metal?

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    Nothing more "cheap" side of a washer plate ... which has been cut (without actual measurement) and paint for better resistance with time. So, not really strong ... but enough to stop small rocks, sand, mud, snow block to pass into the engine compartment.

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    Any issues with extra heat?

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    Not yet, because it is winter and that actually help! But for the summer, it sure i will check that out. Anywait, it only 12 bolts to put it down, so it not very long to take it out or on.

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    I really like the idea of keeping all that out dirt and snow out of the engine. It looks like you may drive a lot on country roads?

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    Yup, I do actually live in a cottage doing, 4 km of nature country style road (reel pleasure!!!) of mud in the spring, snow winter or gravel in the summer to reach the "highway". Also, it a small little town where I'm. So I would say, in the region, (Témicaming, Qc, Canada) I do 35% country road and 65% high road.

    That make me act sometime like a rally driver in these road... XD

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    I used to drive a Dodge Colt years ago up North west of sudbury...wooohoo...lots of back roads. Love little cars with a stick! Thought nowdays i spend more time cleaning the car than getting it dirty
    Memories...mine was white.
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