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Am I right in thinking that the bottom bit is just done by removing that bottom grill then meshing behind? Id like to get one bit done with having to hacknslash it to bits first - just to see the effect
BenR - do you also colour code the side stripes on MK1 172s ?????
also what happened to meeting up for general XR2 chat....are you going to any of the meets coming up soon...would be good to have chat....going to buy stock hatch XR2 soon for track days and for hopefully racing in Stock Hatch with 750 MC next year....so your knowledge would be handy....pick ya brains and all that.
cliocup. no, studyin in the uk....
but im in HK now and setting up a nother budget series based on the road clio. 20,000 pounds get you a car, cage, race seat, modded airbox, exhaust, laguna brakes, cliocup suspension, a full season, all transport etc etc....great value!
still wanna meet up, will be fixin up my clio wheni get back 4 the first 2 days, then off to bristo for the week to setup at uni, then back down to w.sussex to do the fiesta.
yes we can colour code it, we can do anything you ask really....apart from design bodykits
-Roamer. If youre thinking of meshing the lower grille why not consider including a neat cut-out for the ram-air input for an induction kit. Whether its Hill Power, Pipecross or whatever, we need a neat & tidy intake. A mesh job provides an opportunity to achieve this without the agony of removing a foglight.