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#1 ford focus edge

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 08:28 PM

Hi all, its been a while since my last proper post but here goes dusting of the dictonary (probs spelt wrong but sod it its late and im tired) today ive had a cat-back fitted to the mighty edge and he absoutly roars i mean OH MY GODDDD evil :ph34r: .

My question is how loud do these things go, at the mo hes quiet when just crusing but on startup and idle it sounds awsome like a really irratated lion and when you open it up it out shouts my mates redtop nova. But its brand new and ive been told once its "bedded in" it will get louder :blink: if it gets much louder i will have to take it off because im worried it will just simpaly be to loud.

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#2 artscot79

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 09:08 PM

Hi all, its been a while since my last proper post but here goes dusting of the dictonary (probs spelt wrong but sod it its late and im tired) today ive had a cat-back fitted to the mighty edge and he absoutly roars i mean OH MY GODDDD evil Posted Image .

My question is how loud do these things go, at the mo hes quiet when just crusing but on startup and idle it sounds awsome like a really irratated lion and when you open it up it out shouts my mates redtop nova. But its brand new and ive been told once its "bedded in" it will get louder Posted Image if it gets much louder i will have to take it off because im worried it will just simpaly be to loud.

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ide be more worried about getting pulled for it loud exhausts always catch plods attention and yes it will get louder after about a week or two depending

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 09:19 PM

ide be more worried about getting pulled for it loud exhausts always catch plods attention and yes it will get louder after about a week or two depending


One word arty begins in s and end's in t and isnt soot :( in truth its an insentive to slow down because when ur driving normal its just a nice growl.

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 09:26 PM

One word arty begins in s and end's in t and isnt soot Posted Image in truth its an insentive to slow down because when ur driving normal its just a nice growl.

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if its growling now it will yell at you in a bit lol amazing what a few inches and a bigger hole can do Posted Image Posted Image

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 09:51 PM

if its growling now it will yell at you in a bit lol amazing what a few inches and a bigger hole can do Posted Image Posted Image


Lmao dirty scots man :P lad on my course today came out and admitted he was a scots man my god ive never seen 16 people turn so fast in my life :lol:

Ohh by the way my dad bought a silver st220 today arrives on friday :D but yeah touch wood i wont get pulled i really like it it dosent look ott aswell in person lol

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 09:57 PM

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Lmao dirty scots man Posted Image lad on my course today came out and admitted he was a scots man my god ive never seen 16 people turn so fast in my life Posted Image

Ohh by the way my dad bought a silver st220 today arrives on friday Posted Image but yeah touch wood i wont get pulled i really like it it dosent look ott aswell in person lol

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well were used to big holes in scotland Posted Image you should be okay as long as you drive sensibly i cant see it being an issue all you have to remember is although that gleaming shiny hole looks appealing dont go sticking anything in it lol what do you mean dirty???? that might explain why all those english lassies cant get enough of a scotsman in a kilt

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 10:21 PM

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well were used to big holes in scotland Posted Image you should be okay as long as you drive sensibly i cant see it being an issue all you have to remember is although that gleaming shiny hole looks appealing dont go sticking anything in it lol what do you mean dirty???? that might explain why all those english lassies cant get enough of a scotsman in a kilt


is that why my gf loves quaker oats :P and dont worry i wont go sticking anything up there its to big for me :(

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 10:46 PM

is that why my gf loves quaker oats Posted Image and dont worry i wont go sticking anything up there its to big for me Posted Image

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oh well then youll just have to sit back and admire it just watch the mrs she might like it more than you in that casePosted Image

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 10:53 PM

Mike, that exhaust tip sits nicely in the bumper, very nice!! B)

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 10:56 PM

oh well then youll just have to sit back and admire it just watch the mrs she might like it more than you in that casePosted Image


Shes preaty damn full ;) lol! but cheers mike it took ages to get it like that my cusin did it at his garage for 15 quid bargin of the century lol.

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 08:32 AM

Shes preaty damn full Posted Image lol! but cheers mike it took ages to get it like that my cusin did it at his garage for 15 quid bargin of the century lol.

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well at that price who can really argue with it a good deal if i do say so myself

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 09:36 AM

well at that price who can really argue with it a good deal if i do say so myself


All in its cost me (so far) 189.90 where as on my mates 206 gti180 its cost him 335 i think the word im looking for is chuft :P

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