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#1 glyndwr

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 06:21 AM

Hi all just a quick one to say hello to you all looking forward to maybe meeting some of you ,, i drive a 2003 mondeo TDCI zetec-s and loving it ,,
catch you all inn forums or maybe in a meet

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 06:32 AM

Hi welcome :)

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 06:53 AM

Hi all just a quick one to say hello to you all looking forward to maybe meeting some of you ,, i drive a 2003 mondeo TDCI zetec-s and loving it ,,
catch you all inn forums or maybe in a meet

cheers
martin


Hi Martin,
Welcome to the forum,
When you get a momment please join photobucket or a similar image hosting site,
You can then upload some images of your motor to their and edit if required, you will get an image code for each image uploaded.
Copy the code and paste it in to your post on here for your image to appear full screen size.
You may also like to check out DMB Graphics for some ford badge overlays.
The mondeo looks good, has it been lowered?
Some clear lens side repeaters would look sweet along with silvertec amber bulbs aswell as spraying the front grills and fog surrounds gloss black.
And maybe colour coded brake calipers would finish it off nicely.
You may also like to view my list of guides below this post, most are available to download in PDF format leaving them easy to print and follow.

#4 glyndwr

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 06:58 AM

cheers Lenny ,,dezwez ,, i bought the mondeo like that not sure if lowered , im looking to do a few simple but subtle mods to her all iv done so far is blank egr off ,,wow what a difference in power and no smoke simple but very effective

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 07:42 AM

cheers Lenny ,,dezwez ,, i bought the mondeo like that not sure if lowered , im looking to do a few simple but subtle mods to her all iv done so far is blank egr off ,,wow what a difference in power and no smoke simple but very effective

Sounds good,
It has a nice stance to it, looks good the way it is, if its not lowered already then it don't need it mate.
You would benefit greatly from an ecu remap up to 40bhp increase from your engine along with a focus ST intercooler which is said to be a direct replacement for the mondeo. Also Green Cotton are the new K&N you can get 10% off a Green Cotton induction filter when purchased from priracing.com and use discount code fordownersclub10
Also since the evenings are getting shorter.
"Osram Cool blue" or "Osram Night breaker plus" are the brightest road legal bulbs on the market, and worth every penny when purchased on ebay.

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 10:00 AM

sounds good Lenny cheers lets see ehhh ;) ;) ;)

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