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rocky1722

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About rocky1722

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  • First Name Stephen

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  • Gender* Male
  • Ford Model Mk7.5 Fiesta Zetec S in Race Red
  • Ford Year 2013
  • UK/Ireland Location Aberdeenshire
  • Annual Mileage 0 to 5000
  • Interests Motorsport & Racing
    Car Modification

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  1. Hi, Just ordered a new Frozen White Mk5 Titanium X Pack with the following extras to replace my wife's current Titanium X Sport :- 19" alloys Bodystyling kit Rear spoiler Sports suspension Sony touchscreen with 12 speakers Parking sensors (front & rear) Has anyone fitted their front number plate without the standard front plate holder in situ as I fancy fitting shortened number plates? Now for the long wait, haha!!
  2. Footwell Lighting

    Excellent choice, I have the blue ones fitted in my Fiesta and red in my wife's Mondeo. Both look great. ;)
  3. Buzzing Noise Mk 7.5 1.0 Ecboost

    I get a buzzing noise from the back of mine too. Just really noticed it a few days ago too. I would say it's probably normal.
  4. I use Werkstat, very easy to use and gives great results. That's it wearing it's 8th coat of Werkstat Acrylic in the pics. :D
  5. Car looks great Wullie. Always look better lowered, nice and shiny too. ;)
  6. De-Badging Help Mk7.5

    I use a piece of dental floss or string along with a hair dryer. Get the floss / string in the back of the badge while heating the badge area gently with the hair dryer. Run the floss / string up and down while moving along the back of the badge to loosen it. The badge should then easily pull off. Remove the remaining sticky stuff off with some tar and glue remover eg. Autosmart Tardis / Autoglym Intensive Tar Remover. Best if there's two of you as the badge can scratch the paintwork with the movement while being eased off. Easy job really, hope this helps.
  7. Cheers neps, yes they're just the optional 17" Ford alloys. I think the lowering makes them look bigger :) ................ which is good. ;)
  8. Hi, Some pics of my car now lowered on -35mm H&R springs and I've also fitted some mudflaps from Performance Creations at the same time.
  9. My New Race Red Mk7.5 Zetec S Ecoboost

    Sorry guys for the late reply, been away the last couple of days. I just bought one set of bulbs for the footwells (you get x2 bulbs in a set).
  10. My New Race Red Mk7.5 Zetec S Ecoboost

    Much the same with me. Would like to do it but haven't really researched it yet.
  11. My New Race Red Mk7.5 Zetec S Ecoboost

    Oh yes I do remember your forum name from when we were at Crail. The wiring and standard bulbs are already in place as standard along with the red lighting around the cupholder which is a great improvement over the old Mk7.
  12. My New Race Red Mk7.5 Zetec S Ecoboost

    Steve it's easy peasy. Here's a link to the bulbs, they're from Hong Kong but very cheap. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=200957342573#ht_1033wt_1170 or in red http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=190893874529#ht_1070wt_1170 Both colours look great in the Fiesta as I tried the red ones I have in my wifes Mondeo in. Blue to match the blue dials or red to go with the cupholder lighting. Pull out the old bulbs and pop in the new ones, job done. If you still don't fancy doing it yourself, feel free to give me a shout.
  13. My New Race Red Mk7.5 Zetec S Ecoboost

    Hello bro, looking good. B)
  14. My New Race Red Mk7.5 Zetec S Ecoboost

    I quite like them, and the main thing is to try and help prevent stone chips. We've also got a Mondeo which has no mudflaps on it and the underside edge of the sideskirts are a bit peppered with stone chips.