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About anya00tan

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    Fiesta Zetec
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    5001 to 10,000

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  1. Was on the stand behind you guys.
  2. So this happened today. Did not manage to get a stand pass but went there on a public ticket and took pictures for you guys to enjoy.
  3. @ad-h Found this in my ford fair 2015 folder.
  4. Parts: just browse for all the body parts you need. Headlights i suggest you use a wrap for as eyelids as they are cheaper. Dont really recommend splitting headlights, use fly eye wrap instead.. Heard a lot of stories of their headlights fogging up coz of moisture. In the end, its your car, do whatever you like..
  5. From ebay: FordpartsUK: you need both, they clip together. and Best to jack up the car (dont forget to use axle stands. SAFETY FIRST) so you can see what you are doing. So use the drill to remove the rivets, then pull the diffuser off(there are like clips but they come off easy). The diffuser (all the black plastic encircled) will come off and the ST diffuser will clip in there.. Then rivet it back in. Oh you need to have the diffuser painted or wrapped first..
  6. I am keeping the standard grills. Tried to Wrapped them but they are so f@£(ing hard so Got them Wrapped for like £20.. Also if u noticed Wrapped the chrome by the windows. And if u fancy eyebrows, have them Wrapped as well. See my old pic.
  7. Can someone message Nathan, his the pics in his guide for the ST diffuser is now gone. @BeebZetec it's pretty straight forward. Need a drill to remove both the rivet on both corners, about two on each side. Then pull back the zs diffuser, start from one side. That would leave the side spats. Then just install the ST diffuser. They just clip into place then rivet the ends where you removed the rivets earlier. The issue is the two "attachments" (don't know what to call them, see pic - the white bits) on the middle of the diffuser. On my zetec there is nowhere for them to bolt on. So I just cut them off. No problems so far. Also had the diffuser Wrapped, its cheaper.
  8. Why not just go for the ST? Titanium x if your pref the 5door. Just my opinion anyways. Might as well join in. From bog standard zetec.
  9. Done both to mine. Had them wrapped then decided to go full zs grill. Your preference really.
  10. You need the corner spats if yours did not come with the style kit/pack.. Guide is here: Loads of people done it already.. Here is mine.. with custom exhaust tips..
  11. Yes they are Eibachs 30mm drop.
  12. You will have to remove that lip before you can fit the splitter. Or cut out bits from the splitter.. More mods for you to ponder on: Side splitters and ST rear diffuser
  13. OR you can go full on splitters instead...
  14. I think i am getting at that age as well but the eibach springs seems fine at the moment. There needs to be a compromise somewhere and the 17 alloys doesn't really help either. Looks and drive vs comfort. OR just get the bilstein coilovers for the best of both - as suggested. You can try and feedback here.
  15. Hi Willy. SO here is mine. 1st pic was on H&R springs dropped for 40mm. Looks awesome and little to no body roll. Nice to drive especially cornering. Downside is the it was too firm and cannot bear it. 2nd is now on Eibach springs dropped for 30mm. For me perfect balance between firmness and ride quality. I would recommend if you have the extra cash, just go for the complete bilstein coilover kit for both ride and handling..