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Fusion 04
hi, im looking to modify my fusion..sounds stupid i know, but i think it could look good!
does anyone no if the fusion is gonna share many parts with the mk6 fiesta, e.g. lowering springs?exhausts?induction kits? i think it probably does..just want a second opinion, any recommendations on lower her?
Ian
[quote name='Fusion 04' post='1326' date='May 5 2008, 11:03 AM']hi, im looking to modify my fusion..sounds stupid i know, but i think it could look good!
does anyone no if the fusion is gonna share many parts with the mk6 fiesta, e.g. lowering springs?exhausts?induction kits? i think it probably does..just want a second opinion, any recommendations on lower her?[/quote]
Hi,
I have a Fusion 1.4 TDCi and need a new back box, I have been looking round for a stainless steel one.
Can anyone recommed one.
gem3210
did any one find out about this? would like to put a more comfy pair of ford seats in the car.
pargolf
[quote name='gem3210' post='3470' date='Sep 8 2008, 04:06 PM']did any one find out about this? would like to put a more comfy pair of ford seats in the car.[/quote]

I agree with you the seats are *(@3 (no very comfy) I was thinking about buying the new fusion, but I cant drive mine for more than a couple of hours without feeling like a 92 year old with a bad back.
:blink:
hendrix
Try e bay look hard some specialists comming from germany are doing some mods. door handle covers and other stuff.some have some heavily modde photos body kits the lot.
apness
Realise this isn't a busy thread, but figured I'd ask - is it worth chipping the 1.4 diesel and does it make much difference to its sluggish performance?

I've had my leon (tdi 150) chipped since 2k miles and its hard to drive the car without it - feels like a snail unchipped - so figured it'd be worth doing the same to the wifes car to make it a bit less 'challenging' at junctions and when the road opens up a bit. Might be better on fuel too hopefully with not having to thrash it so hard. The Leon does about 4-500 on a tank depending on driving but chipped tends to do a few more mpg thanks to more torque less hard work, hopefully the little ford might do the same.
skyman114
[quote name='hendrix' date='05 November 2008 - 02:53 PM' timestamp='1225892603' post='7111']
Try e bay look hard some specialists comming from germany are doing some mods. door handle covers and other stuff.some have some heavily modde photos body kits the lot.
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Hi Hendrix

Any idea what the lateral roof bars came off in the second picture ?
hendrix
[quote name='skyman114' date='20 April 2010 - 08:56 PM' timestamp='1271792806' post='78653']
Hi Hendrix

Any idea what the lateral roof bars came off in the second picture ?
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Hi their mate. The best info i have been given is they are ford fitted as extra in some parts of europe other than that i have no idea sorry. Makes it look good doesn't it?
skyman114
[quote name='hendrix' date='20 April 2010 - 09:13 PM' timestamp='1271793784' post='78657']
Hi their mate. The best info i have been given is they are ford fitted as extra in some parts of europe other than that i have no idea sorry. Makes it look good doesn't it?
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Talking of looking good ....have a look at the limited edition fusion from Ford Germany ...now thats nice!..but no roof bars :(


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