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Old 11th December 2005
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Why would you??
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that is a perfect example on what NOT to do to a car.
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At least it's symetrical.
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I think it has a fat A55.
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That's a great picture; It's made me smile anyway. I wonder how many are actually connected to the exhuast system?
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That's really cool and fantastic, and I like it.

(....six alternative places to insert key to wind it up .)
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I thought this was going to be a discussion of whether to mod your Saab or not. Boy was I off....
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Why would you??

What is that?

A SMART?
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Looks like a smart with a Brabus bodykit on it, the mercedes tuning house do a Brabus smart with a turbo version of the engine, but not with that many Zorsts
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Looks like a smart with a Brabus bodykit on it, the mercedes tuning house do a Brabus smart with a turbo version of the engine, but not with that many Zorsts
Ahhh Does this turbo bring it up to 70hp?
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Ahhh Does this turbo bring it up to 70hp?
Close, a mighty 74 (here)
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Too Fast. Too Furious.


In case anyone isn't aware of the site, check out www.barryboys.co.uk for all you could wish to see from the wicked world of X-Treme Modding......
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In case anyone isn't aware of the site, check out www.barryboys.co.uk for all you could wish to see from the wicked world of X-Treme Modding......
Too many "WWY's" to mention on that site!!

As for modding my Saab I have bought a wooden thing that goes round the gear stick thing.

Hope I haven't lost you with all those technical terms.
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i bought one of those once for my 9000 carlsson and paid over £40 for it, inbetween the auction ending and the part being delivered i was given 2 9000's both had that wooden bit so i ended up paying over £40 for a part i no longer needed
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we had a discussion over lunch yesterday over the brabus smart. why buy 1 in the first place , then spend double it's worth to mod it?. why not buy a decent car in the first place
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we had a discussion over lunch yesterday over the brabus smart. why buy 1 in the first place , then spend double it's worth to mod it?. why not buy a decent car in the first place
One reason and one reason only........They were out of Civics?
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Why would you??
I wonder if anyone has put "lambo" doors on one of those yet?
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I believe the correct question is "to torch or not to torch"?
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if ones good??
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