H2C is a brand from Thailand with decorative accessories for most Honda models. The ADV 150 series has also been targeted by this famous accessory manufacturer. The first can be mentioned, after ADV 150 - the Thai H2C brand. Come and experience the sophistication and aesthetics this product brings to your car.
The ADV 150 rear guard for oil pigs is one of the accessories of the H2C brand that has landed at Hoang Tri Racing Shop. Made of high quality aluminum and fully machined for a finished product with high sophistication and quality. The product is standard zin for the ADV 150 series, does not take time to make porridge, still retains a high aesthetic value for your pet. The H2C rear oil pan with ADV 150 helps you protect the rear disc brake shackles from theft because this accessory is easy to remove and affects the safety of the car owner. Therefore, the installation of H2C oil pig protection is necessary and urgent to prevent theft. Although the product is not outstanding, the color is like other accessories. H2C pays more attention to the design and shaping of the product to be able to decorate the ADV Yours adds a touch of luxury.
In addition, Hoang Tri Racing Shop is preparing a lot of H2C products to decorate ADV 150 cars. If you love this brand, you can visit the ADV 150 toy car category to be able to update those products! Protective pad for oil pigs after H2C fitted with ADV 150 zin standard does not waste your time making porridge. You can also order and install directly for your pet. Hoang Tri Racing Shop has convenient COD shipping (receipt and payment). Or you can go to one of the shop's 2 branches to see the goods in person.
Address 1: 158 -160 Han Hai Nguyen, Ward 8, District 11, HCMC
Address 2: 586 Pham The Hien, Ward 4, District 8, HCMC
Phone: 0909 4747 13 - 0909 5030 25
Close-up of the protective pad to protect the oil pig after H2C with ADV 150
Material is made of high quality aluminum, strong and durable
Installing zin standard does not make porridge for ADV 150
The product is viewed from the back, fixed with hexagon screws