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  1. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
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    Wink My Seat Ibiza MK4

    yes I know....I posted a topic up last week with my "New" Ibiza...well my Brother wanted that one so I went out and got a different Colour

    Then we decided to take the Red Buses for a shoot














    Last edited by Marc_CRX; 27/06/07 at 19:11 PM.

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  2. Pherelas is offline I'm Going Slightly mad
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    Default Re: Got another new one

    Nice cars again but did your brother just come up to you and ask if he could have your car? I'm confused.
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  3. roadster07 is offline is the best
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    nice !!!!
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  4. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
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    No the way it worked was this

    I got the car so it wouldnt be sold to someone else....if my brother decided he wanted it then it was his....if he didnt want it then it was mine....TBH im glad he chose it...I prefer the red!

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  5. Aquila DK is offline is Tom Kristensen :D
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    Nice, although I like the Toledo's rims better
    But, what camera do you use? It's very good quality. And you got some nice angles there too

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  6. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
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    The Rims on the Ibiza are only The Standard 16" that came on the car when i bought it....the Rims on the Toledo are truly stunning.

    Im using a Fujifilm Finepix S9500 Zoom, 9.0 MP and 10.7x Optical Zoom

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  7. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
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    Just Purchased a Sparco Strut Brace and Eibach 30mm Lowering Springs, Springs go in next week, strut brace already on....pics will follow!

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  8. Aquila DK is offline is Tom Kristensen :D
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    Can't wait

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  9. FA430RGT is offline Hoods and Alley-ways..
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    Nice photos (as usual!!)..
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  10. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
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    Thanks guys

    New wheels coming next month aswel as a new Exhaust

    New wheels are Fox RS3's


    Last edited by Marc_CRX; 01/07/07 at 18:01 PM.

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  11. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
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    EH! springs didnt fit ordered new ones that are costing me 150 and have a new Camera Coming my way which I wouldnt like to disclose the amount im paying for it

    Rim Idea Has Changed, fox RS3's are no longer in the picture, anyone know what these rims resemble


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc_CRX »
    Thanks guys

    New wheels coming next month aswel as a new Exhaust

    New wheels are Fox RS3's



    My first full time job was working at the Motorsport Wheels head office for the bloke who makes/imports/owns the rights to the Fox and RS wheels, he also imports MVK, O.Z. and BBS. The RS wheels are very good quality and well worth the mony imo i really like the chrome lip on them.

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    If you do go for the RS wheels it might be worth getting them direct from there Belfast branch as it might be cheaper than a retailer. Dunno how close they are to you but heres the address:

    Unit 8 Buncrue Crecent
    Belfast
    County Antrim
    N Ireland
    BT3 9BW
    tel: 02890 371700
    e-mail: belfast@mswuk.com

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  13. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodz86 »
    My first full time job was working at the Motorsport Wheels head office for the bloke who makes/imports/owns the rights to the Fox and RS wheels, he also imports MVK, O.Z. and BBS. The RS wheels are very good quality and well worth the mony imo i really like the chrome lip on them.

    Edit:
    If you do go for the RS wheels it might be worth getting them direct from there Belfast branch as it might be cheaper than a retailer. Dunno how close they are to you but heres the address:

    Unit 8 Buncrue Crecent
    Belfast
    County Antrim
    N Ireland
    BT3 9BW
    tel: 02890 371700
    e-mail: belfast@mswuk.com

    www.mswuk.com
    I was going to be buying them from a guy who lives next door to my girlfriend, 150 they were gonna cost me, but just going for the Artec PA's now as they look better than the RS3's and they are good value 125 per rim for 17" without tyres,

    anyone got any suggestions as to what tyres to go for? I am Currently running Dunlop's on the standard 16" rims, wanting to try some new tyres have used Avon's on the old car and although they were fantastic in both wet and dry conditions the side walls were quite soft and I could feel the car squatting on the tyre going round corners.

    Thinking about, Toyo Proxies T1S, heard good reports about then in the wet and I think are a nice medium/hard compound of tyre, dont want to be splashing out a few Hundred every year for new tyres

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  14. Hammy is offline DoUcHe BaG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc_CRX »
    I was going to be buying them from a guy who lives next door to my girlfriend, 150 they were gonna cost me, but just going for the Artec PA's now as they look better than the RS3's and they are good value 125 per rim for 17" without tyres,

    anyone got any suggestions as to what tyres to go for? I am Currently running Dunlop's on the standard 16" rims, wanting to try some new tyres have used Avon's on the old car and although they were fantastic in both wet and dry conditions the side walls were quite soft and I could feel the car squatting on the tyre going round corners.

    Thinking about, Toyo Proxies T1S, heard good reports about then in the wet and I think are a nice medium/hard compound of tyre, dont want to be splashing out a few Hundred every year for new tyres
    ive got the Toyo Proxies on my 17's, great tyres they been on 8month now and still look new lol ;o




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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc_CRX »
    I was going to be buying them from a guy who lives next door to my girlfriend, 150 they were gonna cost me, but just going for the Artec PA's now as they look better than the RS3's and they are good value 125 per rim for 17" without tyres,

    anyone got any suggestions as to what tyres to go for? I am Currently running Dunlop's on the standard 16" rims, wanting to try some new tyres have used Avon's on the old car and although they were fantastic in both wet and dry conditions the side walls were quite soft and I could feel the car squatting on the tyre going round corners.

    Thinking about, Toyo Proxies T1S, heard good reports about then in the wet and I think are a nice medium/hard compound of tyre, dont want to be splashing out a few Hundred every year for new tyres
    What about Yokohamas?

  16. Janos is offline Miura Addicted
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    Meh, go for BBS or OZ.

    I'll also need to change my rims, since the ones I got on the rear are a bit damaged (my tire guy says that they're almost not round anymore, lulz).
    I think I'll get 4 of these.
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  17. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisicus »
    What about Yokohamas?
    Fantastic in the Dry, terrible in the wet and since it doesnt seem to be dry ever over here a good wet tyre is needed

    As For BBS Or O.Z Everybody has them, hence why im not getting them :bananasplit:

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  18. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
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    Ok....Lowering Springs are in, New camera arrives next week, so im holding out taking pictures until I get the camera and my car is clean lol.

    Rim Idea might be changing again, depending on the price I am given for these OEM wheels (17" can you guess what they are? )

    More stuff coming next month including panel filter and some good stoppers, wont be buying anything else this month as I have already splashed out for a holiday for me and the girlfriend aswel as the new camera lol

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