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    Ford Focus mk2 1.6 TDCi (110)
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  1. Making my Focus sound a bit more 'Throaty'

    Ah right... Thanks for clearing that up, it explains a lot! Haha So is there another way I can make it sound a bit more beefy without spending a lot? Or am I best just leaving it alone?
  2. Making my Focus sound a bit more 'Throaty'

    So I had my car in pieces yesterday trying to find this snorkel.... I thought that it would be located in front of the radiator but I couldn't locate it at all.... Any thoughts? Also, if mine isn't there, are there any other ways of making it sound a little better?
  3. Making my Focus sound a bit more 'Throaty'

    Even better! I will have a look as soon as I'm back from work tomorrow. Is the snorkel below the airbox? and what is the best way of getting to it? (I'm a bit of an amateur with this so it will be trial and error for me otherwise) haha Thanks for the help though!
  4. Hi all, this is my first experience of an online forum so I'm pretty new to all this! I have a Focus mk2 1.6 TDCi (remapped) and I love it, however, I would like to make it sound just a little bit more 'throaty' when my heavy right foot hits the floor. I'm not wanting to spend a lot, like maybe around £50-£60, and I don't want it to sound like a chav in his little 1.0 litre Corsa who has put a screwdriver through the Cat, I just want a little more of a growl as I'm pulling away. What are my best options?? Will I need to splash out on a full induction kit, or are there cheaper methods? Cheers