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#1 Knottyloxx

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 06:20 PM

Hey guys. Just a few questions. When looking for a body kit for my fiesta van mk5 do I just look for a mk5 fiesta one? Are they the same size etc?? Also does anyone know any good places to get bits and bobs from that would suit this particular model of vehicle?? Going to slowly start modding it but I want to get my head around how low I can drop it and what types of look I can go for. New to all this modding believe it or now haha so any tips would be great, maybe point me in the right direction!! Sam

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#2 Lloyday

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 06:56 PM

my mods so far:

GMAX 40mm springs and struts : £250
Ford Richbrook racing gear knob :£10
Yokohama tyres : £60 (RRP £240)
Focus twin 5 spoke alloys : £10

My mods to come:

Borla back box and de-cat
Plug in boost chip : £7.50
clear headlights (as in indicator)
Smoking the headlights
Meshing the grill
custom Gel overlays and rearrangement

Any questions about any of those please feel free to ask

#3 oilburner79

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 07:31 PM

All the kit off the Mk 5 Zetec S bolts straight on the van (as long as its not a Courier van!)

#4 Knottyloxx

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 07:35 PM

Sounds good, what's decat and a boost chip?? Do you just pick your bits up from here and there?? Is there no company that specialises in mods for fiestas etc?? Been looking at some bumpers and sides but can't figure out if an ST type kit would fit? What are the main things other than air filter you can do to make the thing go fast lol I feel I'll need an engine change ASAP hahaha

#5 Knottyloxx

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 07:36 PM

Hey thanks oil burner that just about open up a whole load of possibility for me! It's just that when I look at a fiesta van compared to the car the car looks bigger for some reason :/

#6 Lloyday

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 08:09 PM

Removing the catalytic converter, and mid box, k&n air filter eases air flow and induction kit sucks in air and faster the air flows the better burn youll get, faster itll be, a chip tricks the ecu into thinking the air is cold anyone and pours in more fuel, not sure if mk6 st bumpers will fit though

#7 Lloyday

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 08:10 PM

Removing the catalytic converter, and mid box, k&n air filter eases air flow and induction kit sucks in air and faster the air flows the better burn youll get, faster itll be, a chip tricks the ecu into thinking the air is cold anyone and pours in more fuel, not sure if mk6 st bumpers will fit though

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