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#374571 Urgent Help.

Posted by Lenny on 14 June 2014 - 02:54 PM

Lmao. Sorry.
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ive emailed fordpartsuk.com told them you said Vauxhall was better than ford because you could secure the child seat no problem,
FPUK were so discussed they have dropped the price of the isofix kit to 12.38 pounds in a bid to be better than Vauxhall corsa,
Here's a link: http://www.fordparts...57238_c_148.htm


#374559 Urgent Help.

Posted by Lenny on 14 June 2014 - 02:43 PM

I don't need help fitting it I know how it goes. The seat belt is either jammed or too short on both sides of the car.
First time I tried it fitted straight into my mum's corsa.
Don't like to say it but that's 1 up to Vauxhall. Lol. (don't kill me. Lol)
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oh your on your own now pal :lol:


#374535 Urgent Help.

Posted by Lenny on 14 June 2014 - 02:14 PM

Cheers lenny. I know I love forward facing seats. Lol. I know only too well the smell of child sick etc. Lol.
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lol its an experience on the first baby,
Second baby onwards is worse because you know whats coming lol
Keep the air con on all the time at level 1 or higher and not on recycled helps reduce there nausea.
I've done a slight edit on the above post,
Also tesco sell a bin think its Tommie Tippie, comes with a cassette ring of bags,
Fantastic invention for nappies, pop in the nappy and it seals them in perfumed bags, ends up like a string of sausages each nappy sealed, just dump in the bin then, it was great for changing nappies during the night as we could keep it in the bedroom with no smell, dump it next morning.
http://www.mothercar...sal-system.html


#374529 Urgent Help.

Posted by Lenny on 14 June 2014 - 01:53 PM

Gracco is a company that do child carry cotts
they have a cradle that uses the seat belt in its shortest position,

You then keep the cradle in the car all of the time,
Clip in and out the carry cot very simple,

I'm sure you have a buggy which goes with the carry cot so you will be tied to whatever cradle they offer to support the carry cot,
If there cradle only supports Isofix then you will need to purchade the isofix bracket from ford and fit it to the bolt holes under the seat prior to fitting the isofix base,

Isofix kit from ford is around 25 pounds i think.
Need one myself for third child in October. :o

Roll on 12 months time then its forward facing seats all the way lol
Congratulations and see my rear seat protection guide as there's nothing stinks like spilt milk even the powder kind,
http://www.fordowner...578#entry136578
7

Rear footwell lighting is also ideal for locating the dropped bottle or toy during the dark winter evenings:
http://www.fordowner...d/?fromsearch=1

First six months are the toughest mate, sleep deprivation and wind,
Dr.Browns bottles are fantastic for helping reduce wind in the tummy, the have a back flow straw inside which draws air in from atmosphere instead of creating vacuum in the baby's tummy which causes the wind and the crying lol
http://www.drbrownsbaby.com/
Had my first when i was 22 she's 7 tomorrow :)
Happy Birthday Saoirse Woods


#374493 Dpf

Posted by Lenny on 14 June 2014 - 12:43 PM

Ok ....a quick update...been running a full week with the Dpf removed,no software change,no remap ....... still going strong..done over 600 miles,no black smoke,and returning over 54 around town....the engine light is on..but it's because the fluid for the Dpf is running low....no limp mode either.... so maybe i've got lucky or what i don't know,but it's one happy motor at the min...still booked in for it's remap and ECU software correction tho.

sounds good,
I would go ahead with the remap for maxium mpg and that extra bit of power,
May also protect the eloys pump it has one im not sure how that part works.


#374402 What Can I Do To Make My 1.6Tdci Fiesta A Tad Quicker.

Posted by Lenny on 14 June 2014 - 12:49 AM

Hi new to this site have been looking down eBay on performance websites etc and not to sure what I can do to make my 1.6tdci zetec abit quicker like engine mods etc. Cheers

2.5" Cat back exhaust,
Blank the EGR http://www.fordowner...-16tdci-engine/
Internal remove DPF
ECU Remap
Upgrade Induction Filter http://www.fordowner...-fitting-guide/
ECU Remap
All that will take you from Stock 88bhp (90bhp) to 125bhp

After that you could upgrade to 110bhp focus 1.6TDCi fuel Injectors
Aswell as the focus 110bhp Garrett turbo

With those fitted on top of the above list you will reach 140-150bhp
Perhaps benefit from an ST focus intercooler at that point
And an upgrade stage 2 clutch.


#374374 How Many Tool Boxes Does Mr.average Need???

Posted by Lenny on 13 June 2014 - 09:20 PM

Lenny you have ....red fake snap on box...black carry box ...car cleaning case. ....drill case. ...dremell case & extra heads dremel case. ...cardboard box with !Removed! in it that fell out off other boxes. ....& its been months since ye used any of them & even tho they are all in one spot ye still scream victoria when your doing anything!!!

if i havnt used the tools in a couple of months yeah
And im screamin victoria any time im doin anythin,
But im not using the tools,
Well then what am i doing?


#374259 How Many Tool Boxes Does Mr.average Need???

Posted by Lenny on 13 June 2014 - 06:29 PM

Nope to handbags too ...I do like to collect pictures of men that pee me off. ..hunt them down & slowly tourture them SEAN

:o does this mean your gonna !REMOVED! off for a few days ? :)


#374093 Hey There!

Posted by Lenny on 13 June 2014 - 04:22 AM

Welcome to the forum Hollie,
ford have always been better than Vauxhall :)
your surname aint willoughby by any chance is it?
She could use a Mondeo estate soon too :lol:


#373842 Mk7 Fiesta Body Kit

Posted by Lenny on 12 June 2014 - 04:25 AM

Hi guys, iv got a 2010 mk7 fiesta in frozen white... At the minute shes looking a bit standard, have done tints, deflectors, lights etc but i want to maybe get a body kit.
No idea where to look or what im looking for, dont like the asian front grill though. Any ideas/suggestions/tips would be really appreciated!!
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the only kit guranteed to fit snug is the genuine ford ZetecS body kit,
It can be purchased piece by piece from ford or from breakers on ebay.co.uk
Tiger Seal is also highly recommended body kit adhesive,

Another place that does body kits is european-parts in germany,
http://www.european-...p/cPath/140_137

Or PumaSpeed in the UK have an exclusive wide body kit.
http://www.pumaspeed...k_911.jsp&pic=4


#373733 "taking Oval To Blue Horizon" Lenny's Build Thread 2010-2013

Posted by Lenny on 11 June 2014 - 07:37 PM

I didnt need your guide! !!!

did too,
I saw it in the browser history of the computer :P


#373725 Help To Understand Focus Modifications...

Posted by Lenny on 11 June 2014 - 07:20 PM

fuel boost gauge
 
once it reads empty, tap it and it auto re-fils 

must be based on WW2 aircraft gauges then :lol:


#373694 Help To Understand Focus Modifications...

Posted by Lenny on 11 June 2014 - 06:10 PM

Thats what I initially thought it was a turbo or supercharger, whats this electric supercharger then I've never heard of it?
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if it was turbo it couldnt have a 4-2-1 manifold


#373682 Help To Understand Focus Modifications...

Posted by Lenny on 11 June 2014 - 06:00 PM




#373630 What Discount Suppliers? (Please Read)

Posted by Lenny on 11 June 2014 - 03:36 PM

They are on the list now Lenny ;)

thanks mate,
Id just like to add:
To purchase a Green Cotton performance induction filter for your ford and feel the difference for yourself log on to http://www.priracing....php/144/1/ford
and get 10% Discount off your Green Cotton Performance filter by using the code FORDOWNERSCLUB10
you can also get 20% Discount off any Richbrook branded stock by entering Discount Code: RICHBROOK20