Never watched it.
Its a Micra S but I keep getting parts at the wreckers from Versas and Micras SV and SR models... even from some Jukes
Tinted windows (20%)
Side window deflectors
Plasti dipped, in black. The chrome badge and "V" on the front grill
Sylvania LED headlights
LED backup bulbs
Thule roof rack
Installed a dome light fixture from a Nissan Juke (3 light bulbs vs 1 in the Micra)
LED interior lights
LED trunk light, sligtly larger bulb 30mm vs stock 28mm
Added a second trunk light on left side of trunk.
Changed stock radio trim cover to piano black ( taken from a Versa)
HPS air intake
Hella super tone horn (dual)
New motor @ 54 000km (February 13 2020)
VR Carbon Black Wheel Cover
Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2 winter tires
Never watched it.
A co-worker of mine has a Yaris and it has an air intake. He told me to put one on my Micra. I didn't think you could, well there's a picture that you can.
With the dual horns, did you have to remove the bumper to install them? Did they replace the stock horn? Or do you have the Duals on a seprate switch?
I took the bumper off. It takes 5 min. Its quite easy. Then i took out the old horn and replaced it with the new ones.
Had to drill one hole to mount the second horn. And theres also a relay. If you do not use it, or wire it improperly. The horns will not be as loud as they should. To be honest the diagram that came in the box was ****. Took me a few tries to get it right.
Got my car back from the dealership on February 13. Only took 3 years of complaining about the oil consumption, before Nissan finally replaced my motor. From day one it was using 1 litre between service, at the end it was using 4 litres between service. Hopefully the new motor isnt a lemon.