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Posted: Thu May 29, 2014 12:46 am 
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Any newer updates to the project?

Also what is the tow ring for (obviously towing) on the front bar?

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Hey Andy,

Nah no new updates yet, stuggling to find the cash to do some of the bigger items I've been wanting to do.

Although here are some newer pics

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Great stuff man, been stalking this post for a while now decided to make one of my own :)

 

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Posted: Tue Aug 19, 2014 1:18 am 
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perth_ltd wrote:
Good stuff man

Haha thank you!

MitchsFG wrote:
Great stuff man, been stalking this post for a while now decided to make one of my own :)


Thanks Mitch! Just did a bit of stalking myself on your thread, great to see people doing some nice things to the XT's!

 

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perth_ltd wrote:
Good stuff man

Haha thank you!

MitchsFG wrote:
Great stuff man, been stalking this post for a while now decided to make one of my own :)


Thanks Mitch! Just did a bit of stalking myself on your thread, great to see people doing some nice things to the XT's!


Stand out from the croud hey

 

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Posted: Tue Aug 19, 2014 1:44 am 
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Stand out from the croud hey


Damn straight! haha

Some more recent pics for everyone:

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Sexy af, I desperately need to get mine lowered ;)

 

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Sexy af, I desperately need to get mine lowered ;)


Yeah haha I agree! It was the same for me when I put my new rims on... Was in 4x4 mode hahaha

How low you thinking of going?

 

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Sexy af, I desperately need to get mine lowered ;)


Yeah haha I agree! It was the same for me when I put my new rims on... Was in 4x4 mode hahaha

How low you thinking of going?

I have not looked into it much at this stage. I like the height of yours, I want to be able to clear speed bums so yeah
I got exhaust put on today to, pretty sweet ay

 

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I have not looked into it much at this stage. I like the height of yours, I want to be able to clear speed bums so yeah
I got exhaust put on today to, pretty sweet ay


Yeah I wouldn't go any lower personally, should easily clear speed bumps as long as your local council aren't retards who oversize speed bumps.

Nice, what exaust?

Also, have you checked your VIN on Ford Etis to see what (if any) extra's your car came with since it's an ex cop car? https://www.etis.ford.com Usually they have better suspension and an LSD... Check it and let me know what's listed, I'd love to know :D

 

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A few of the guys here have 70mm lowered, that's what I bought and am gonna be putting in this weekend *fingers crossed* they have no trouble clearing speedbumps and driveways

 

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MitchsFG wrote:

I have not looked into it much at this stage. I like the height of yours, I want to be able to clear speed bums so yeah
I got exhaust put on today to, pretty sweet ay


Yeah I wouldn't go any lower personally, should easily clear speed bumps as long as your local council aren't retards who oversize speed bumps.

Nice, what exaust?

Also, have you checked your VIN on Ford Etis to see what (if any) extra's your car came with since it's an ex cop car? https://www.etis.ford.com Usually they have better suspension and an LSD... Check it and let me know what's listed, I'd love to know :D


Pacemaker Extractors, Manta 2.5 inch sports and high flow cat - check out my thread :)
as for VIN, how do I find this? never heard of it.
When i do a burnout there are two wheel marks on the ground, so I think that is LSD?

 

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2dads wrote:
A few of the guys here have 70mm lowered, that's what I bought and am gonna be putting in this weekend *fingers crossed* they have no trouble clearing speedbumps and driveways


wicked man will be good to see how she turns out :)

 

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2dads wrote:
A few of the guys here have 70mm lowered, that's what I bought and am gonna be putting in this weekend *fingers crossed* they have no trouble clearing speedbumps and driveways


Oh nice! I'll have to check your thread for pics this weekend then xD
As for clearing speed bumps, maybe it's just a victorian thing? :/ #nannystate

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Pacemaker Extractors, Manta 2.5 inch sports and high flow cat - check out my thread :)
as for VIN, how do I find this? never heard of it.
When i do a burnout there are two wheel marks on the ground, so I think that is LSD?


Very nice dude! Will do :P

The VIN is the vehicles unique identification number, they're usually on the drivers door arch right where the door joints are

Could be an LSD, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's an lsd

 

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