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About bholm

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    Fiesta Titanium 1.0 125
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  1. Thanks, Sven. Was very easy too.
  2. Yes, very good. Your turn.
  3. First impression is that it looks goods. Can you get better pictures? Maybe from different angles. I thought about doing it for my Titanium as well, but was worried that it would look stupid without the body kit. Would also like to add a new exhaust, but what's the point with our current "back end" :)
  4. You should by the ones called "194 501 T10 Wide Angle 12 LED Wedge Bulbs" from this store: Quite a few members use those for the footwells. Yours look like crees, but blue.
  5. I tried to find an easy one and thought it had not been done yet. Go get the photo so I can participate in the next one :)
  6. It has quite tall gears, so it actually takes a bit to get used to it. Usually you will be driving a gear lower than you normally would until 50+ mph. I don't know about wear of the engine, but the maintenance is like any other car. I doubt it will be a problem, but let's see!
  7. I would go with the 125 PS every time. My friend has a 100 PS one and I have the 125 PS. When you push it, you will feel the difference. It's not night and day, but I bet you will regret not getting the extra 25 PS. Save till you can afford it. It's a really great car..
  8. Look what you all made me do..
  9. Let's go for an easy one then. Your car besides a motorcycle.
  10. Will this do?
  11. Have you guys seen the i-flash solution from Collins Performance? I can't seem to find any figures on the actual map.
  12. Looking good, Divszy. How do you like the hose and AS induction kit? Does it do anything other than make a lot of noise?
  13. There's like a 1 cm thick pad behind the plate, which makes it impossible to get the lights out with it on. I'm not sure how to go about removing the plate without damaging anything.