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Maxxxykins

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About Maxxxykins

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  • Birthday 07/02/1993

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  • First Name Max

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  • Gender* Male
  • Ford Model Fiesta ST-3 Oxford White
  • Ford Year 2015
  • UK/Ireland Location Hertfordshire
  • Annual Mileage 5001 to 10,000
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  1. Washing car with water fed brush.

    Sorry didn't mean to hijack the thread with hate against hand car washes haha, If you just want to get it over and done with then I suppose it would be a good idea, you'll have to do a lot of brushing to get the dirt off though, i'm just trying to think of how you'd do it?
  2. Washing car with water fed brush.

    Where they use the same old rag to clean the whole car, drop it on the floor dip back in barrel full of stagnant water.. Makes me shudder just thinking of it
  3. My New Fiesta ST (Race Red)

    Welcome! Good choice!
  4. Washing car with water fed brush.

    Haha I know how you feel, My previous cars I prepare them for winter and don't clean it until you be sure it will be a good day. Unfortunately, I bought my car only 2 weeks ago, so it's just covered in filth, i'm hoping the layer of dirt will protect it from anything else at the moment..
  5. Washing car with water fed brush.

    If you really care about your paintwork and don't want those little hairline scratches or marring. Get your own pressure washer, and a snow foam lance. The foam will remove most of the dirt/hard particles without scratching the paint, if you have a good wax and sealant on it will be even easier. You can then use the two bucket method for the rest of the bodywork/windows. Use a seperate back for the wheels and the wheels only!!
  6. Wind deflectors

    Team Heko, used mine for 3 years, one of my friends snapped the ends and they still work.. For a MK6 these are £25 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wind-Deflectors-FORD-FIESTA-mk6-3-doors-2002-2008-2-pc-HEKO-Tinted-/390747621004?hash=item5afa5f868c:g:GWYAAOSwEgVWRfyQ
  7. I didn't know this, do you know how?
  8. Fog lights I meant sorry, you said you upgraded these to LED ones?
  9. Philf1's Spirit Blue Fiesta St2

    Might have to look him up, I'm going for the same sort of look as your son's ST, not that your's is bad.. White is a better colour though   Where did your son get the mirrored/chrome inputs for under the bonnet?
  10. Will's Molten Orange St

    You gotta lot of Mountune stuff! How's the exhaust compare to the standard?
  11. Third Fiesta? Gotta be an ST-3!

    Ahh suppose, yeah I haven't really pushed the ST yet. Nice! ER-6f looks great as well, didn't that used to be called the Ninja 650 or is this completely different?
  12. Nice car! The contrast of that blue and the black alloys looks great, much prefer this blue to the "Spirit Blue"   Where did you get your fogs from out of interest?
  13. MOT next month, will this fail?

    That's what I meant! Cheers
  14. MOT next month, will this fail?

    i'm pretty sure it doesn't matter if your fog lights work on your car for an MOT? Or is this for the fog lights at the front? I'm not 100% maybe someone can correct me,