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Got A New Fiesta? List Of A Few Cheap Mod's That Make A Difference


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#16 fryboi

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Posted 12 March 2011 - 07:40 PM

unsimple, do you have any specific seats in mind for your car ? link ?

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Posted 14 March 2011 - 04:08 PM

FK Racing ones, cheap as chips but i've sat im some before and they are actually really comfy. Can get some plain white, fake leather ones off ebay for £220 delivered and will fit straight into mk7 as they come ready with universal fittings and brackets and subframe.

hope this helps :ph34r:

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 10:41 AM

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Posted 18 March 2011 - 09:57 PM

Cost: 2.50
Bought from: Sainsburys
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Posted 19 March 2011 - 01:27 AM

chuck my mini list on here for you... most expensive bits are the ones from ford!!!!

-Red front footwell lights (12 cluster LEDS)
-Red Rear Footwell lights (took a 5m cable, cable lock connectors and electrical tape wrap it all up)
-DMB Gel Overlays (Black & Red)
-Alloy Pedal Covers (From Ford)
-Scuff Plates (From Ford)
-Mud Guards (Ford)
-K&N Cone (Ebay 15 quid muhaha)
-Bluevision bulbs (20 quid, Ebay)
-Day Time Running Lights (3 quid per strip, cable lock connectors and some insulation tape)
-New xenon look fogs to match (Ebay, 10 quid)
-Bee Sting ariel (forgot how much, but looks a dam sight better)

and thats all i can think of atm... interested in some fly-eye film for the lights, looks smart on my mates older fez, and tinting the windows :) if i can think of anything more i done i post it up but i sure thats it lol

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 04:02 PM

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 07:22 PM

I may have gone a little 'Zetec S' crazy... I now have no less than 8 'S's on the car!
Anyway, here's today's mods

Tax disc holder - Inspired (ie. copied) from Ben @ made by DMB
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Zetec-S stickers on mudflaps
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Zetec-S stickers on doors
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S badge on grille
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(And in case you were wondering the other 2 are on boot and steering wheel!)

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 07:36 PM

I may have gone a little 'Zetec S' crazy... I now have no less than 8 'S's on the car!



A little???... :lol: I especially like the tax disk holder

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 01:05 PM

I may have gone a little 'Zetec S' crazy... I now have no less than 8 'S's on the car!
Anyway, here's today's mods

Tax disc holder - Inspired (ie. copied) from Ben @ made by DMB
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Zetec-S stickers on mudflaps
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Zetec-S stickers on doors
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S badge on grille
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(And in case you were wondering the other 2 are on boot and steering wheel!)



Loving the mudflaps!! How did you get these?

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 02:24 PM

Armrest - mine was £55.55 delivered from Germany, available in black fabric or leather - fits great (custom made for MK7)

I've been looking at this very armrest on eBay. How are you getting on with it now that you've had it in the car for nearly a year? Any problems / rattles / wobbles / etc?

How easy was fitting? It looks like it bolts straight onto the top of the rear cup holder recess. Did you have to do much cutting / drilling / removing stuff to fit it?

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 04:24 PM

I've been looking at this very armrest on eBay. How are you getting on with it now that you've had it in the car for nearly a year? Any problems / rattles / wobbles / etc?

How easy was fitting? It looks like it bolts straight onto the top of the rear cup holder recess. Did you have to do much cutting / drilling / removing stuff to fit it?

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Obviously can't speak for iNath but I have the same one and personally haven't had any rattles etc with it. I doubt it would withstand the weight the Boomerang one claims it can but for a simple and cheap armrest its the best 50 odd quid I've spent on the car. The space between the front seats looks complete now and is a handy additional storage compartment.
I didn't drill mine so it can be removed without trace in the future. (It just sits in the rear bin with the use of the double sided sticky pads that come included - suprisely this is adequate).

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 04:46 PM

I didn't drill mine so it can be removed without trace in the future. (It just sits in the rear bin with the use of the double sided sticky pads that come included - suprisely this is adequate).

Wow!! That sounds good. I was also looking at the Boomerang one - not for the load claims - but simply because it claims to be able to fit without drilling/damaging anything. If this one can effectively be stuck in place then that is a result as it's only half the price!

Good news! Cheers Paul.

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 05:41 PM

Wow!! That sounds good. I was also looking at the Boomerang one - not for the load claims - but simply because it claims to be able to fit without drilling/damaging anything. If this one can effectively be stuck in place then that is a result as it's only half the price!

Good news! Cheers Paul.


No probs. I'll be interested to hear if iNath thinks the same....


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Posted 17 February 2012 - 05:54 PM

I've been looking at this very armrest on eBay. How are you getting on with it now that you've had it in the car for nearly a year? Any problems / rattles / wobbles / etc?

How easy was fitting? It looks like it bolts straight onto the top of the rear cup holder recess. Did you have to do much cutting / drilling / removing stuff to fit it?

Cheers

Same as Paul, I'm still a happy chappy! I did drill mine, if I ever removed it there would just be 4 teeny tiny holes left in the bottom of the rear cup holder, doubt you'd ever notice it.

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 06:50 PM

Same as Paul, I'm still a happy chappy! I did drill mine, if I ever removed it there would just be 4 teeny tiny holes left in the bottom of the rear cup holder, doubt you'd ever notice it.

Coolio! Did you have to remove anything or do you just drill through from the top?

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