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#46 Haz93

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Posted 18 November 2012 - 09:39 PM

WOW looks awesome mate :)
Defo Wana get some bonnet struts, so much classier feel than the pole thing

Also the Gloss black grills and fogs look quality, might have a go over Xmas when I'm bored :P

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Posted 18 November 2012 - 09:55 PM

WOW looks awesome mate :)
Defo Wana get some bonnet struts, so much classier feel than the pole thing

Also the Gloss black grills and fogs look quality, might have a go over Xmas when I'm bored :P

thanks very much mate,
Ill have a picture heavy guide for the struts uploaded friday/saturday
A dremil is required to trim the side panel plastic strips but once trimmed looks completly factory, no cutting of metal or drilling.
Genius design fits existing bolts and works a treat.
Unlock bonnet and lift 3 inches then step away lol it slowly elevates by itself and very easy to close not hard at all.

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 09:47 AM

Lenny, i think you need to paint the bonnet trim gloss black to go with your grills. Thaks for the splitter pics, i forgot to do mine this weekend. I put some mudflaps on and washed the car and only relaised last night that I forgot to put it on. Will have to wait until the weekend...

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 10:00 AM

Can i ask a stupid question about the splitter.....
My (Thai) Mk 2.5 doesn't (yet) have a zetec 'S' style spoiler. Does one of those splitters only fit onto one of those spoilers or can they be fitted to an 'unspoilered' Mk2.5?

I really need to get one of those! LOL!!!!!

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 12:57 PM

Lenny, i think you need to paint the bonnet trim gloss black to go with your grills. Thaks for the splitter pics, i forgot to do mine this weekend. I put some mudflaps on and washed the car and only relaised last night that I forgot to put it on. Will have to wait until the weekend...

Ah the bonnet lip is stuck on their now mate,
Chrome on came off in 3 sections and that was while using a hair dryer.
But the plan is to have a colour coded bonnet lip because the headlights are gone today to have the browe line colour coded giving the impression of a lower bonnet because the brows will be in line with the lip.
And the black headlight will then be inline with the black grill, method in my madness mate cheers.
I look forward to some pics of your splitter fitted too will look sweet.

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 01:05 PM

Can i ask a stupid question about the splitter.....
My (Thai) Mk 2.5 doesn't (yet) have a zetec 'S' style spoiler. Does one of those splitters only fit onto one of those spoilers or can they be fitted to an 'unspoilered' Mk2.5?
I really need to get one of those! LOL!!!!!

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Hi Dave,
Thanks for your kinds comments regarding the TripleRcomposites front splitter,
Sorry to inform you that these splitters are hand crafted to specificly fit the zetecS front lip.
TripleRcomposites also manufacture one of similar design to fit the Mk2 ST and another to fit the Mk2.5 ST
Each of them come supplied in Gloss black predrilled holes and stainless steel fixings to bolt on to your existing bumper.
The Mk2.5 ST splitter may be a close shape to your existing bumper panel mate.

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 02:09 PM

Thanks Lenny
I will order a Zetec 's' spoiler first then see if I can get a splitter to Thailand? TripleR do seem a very proffesional bunch.

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 05:50 PM

could you not use some brake cleaner on the light to remove the glue? or some sort of acetone cleaner/nail varnish remover?

Update on the headlights.
Removed them today for spraying and pushed the rubber style glue to try and remove it and to my surprise.... it all peeled off lol must have taken a few days to either set or for the chemicals to take effect but its all come off and the black headlights are now gone for colour coding on the browe line.
Chrome headlights are back on for the momment.

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 07:20 PM

Lenny looks absolutely fantastic m8 , love the black and silver paint job , and the splitter and struts.
Easily the best modded Focus i have seen with great attention to detail.

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 08:27 PM

looking good Lenny, now where's that guide lol!

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 07:25 PM

looking good Lenny, now where's that guide lol!

Guide will be complete by sunday 9pm mate.
Ill get it done between saturday evening and sunday night, ive got all the images on my phone but no bluetooth on the tablet pc
So the only way to transfer them, is to email them to myself from the phone then open the emails on the tablet pc,
Download to the hard drive of the tablet then upload to photobucket and link to the forum.
Ill get it done across the weekend.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 07:30 PM

Lenny looks absolutely fantastic m8 , love the black and silver paint job , and the splitter and struts.
Easily the best modded Focus i have seen with great attention to detail.

Thanks very much preee.
I hope to have the headlights back on in the next two weeks with the brows painted on.
Ill update with pictures when fitted, its come along way in the past two years but as it improves im becoming more nervious about modding it encase i mess up and have to take a step back in the almost complete project.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 09:40 PM

Lenny, why dont you get these: http://www.dmb.uk.co...headlight-brows or is it not the look your after?

also, do you have a usb slot in the tablet: http://www.ebay.co.u...=item2576ec57e6 might help?

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 10:54 PM

Lenny bud the black on your headlamps from the brows can come off all you need is asbestos fingers and a heat gun to warm it up its the same stuff they use to stick badges on and its a nightmare to remove but with a bit of persistence it should come off

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Posted 22 November 2012 - 10:19 AM

Lenny, why dont you get these: http://www.dmb.uk.co...headlight-brows or is it not the look your after?

also, do you have a usb slot in the tablet: http://www.ebay.co.u...=item2576ec57e6 might help?

I didnt realise DMB supplied this type of application mate,
But my headlights are in the body shop gettin a colour coded design sprayed on to them much the same design as DMB's except mine stops above the indicator lens and doesnt cover the lower side section.
Good find though mate cheers.

Lenny bud the black on your headlamps from the brows can come off all you need is asbestos fingers and a heat gun to warm it up its the same stuff they use to stick badges on and its a nightmare to remove but with a bit of persistence it should come off

Thanks mate,
Ive managed to peel it all off last monday it rolled off when i rubbed the palm of my hand off it.
Feels like rubber but left no marks or scratches.

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