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Old 10-17-2007, 12:09   #1 (permalink)
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right then im new here(please dont get annoyed at me). ive just bought my first car its a 1997 ford fiesta 1.25. ive looked at a few websites for new parts what they do and what knock on effect this may have on the car. when driving my car around i feel like a very slow moving target so this is why im trying to get my car up to speed. i am learning the machanics trade so changing parts shouldnt be a problem i just need some very very good advice.

1) what parts should i change.

2)what would boost the performance the most.

3)£££££ roughly the price and where to get it from

4) IS IT REALLY WORTH ME DOING THIS!!



any help from you guys would be great....thanks
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