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ALI G`S MATE

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Re: *waves* noob droppin in
« Reply #15 on: 09:46, Sat 31 March 2012 »
:lol:   *steps down off high horse*
touchy subject hahaha.
it was the vag scene that helped me get the fiesta so low actually as even specially built gaz coilovers could only get me 100mm down (at the time).
the vag boys advised us about strut tower chopping and tubbing at the rear while making it look factory-ish still (well,rally car factory-ish i guess)
my websites changing over servers n stuff atm so its down but if you go to
http://www.facebook.com/fiesta.jwrc
the full build in detail is on there  :)

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Re: *waves* noob droppin in
« Reply #16 on: 10:08, Sat 31 March 2012 »
Just to clarify, I meant the 3rd line including the bottom.

It should not rise above this point.



Normal driving (with a standard thermostat) for me looks like this.


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Re: *waves* noob droppin in
« Reply #17 on: 11:25, Sat 31 March 2012 »
yep,mine runs a little lower than yours regular but the same in traffic,thanks mate.
i have lockwood ones where the bottom line is a little thicker so it didnt help my description sorry lol