man and of course doing what u wanna do is gonna be cheaper.. because its an XR MOCKUP and not the real thing from the factory.
Im not giving ya shit.. ive pretty much done the same thing to my car
pridtr: the xr bonnet;- isnt it the same as the ef xr bonnet? i mean the current bonnet i have?.. the interior cost me $1500, velvet seats, power windows etc etc. (doors included). with the wheels, yeah i know every other person has one, but i want the car as "stockish" looking as possible, aka SLEEPER :o) if you know what i mean. i was also thinkin to get them polished back (like on the trueblueford site/vistors car). otherwise im considering the 17"s EB GT replica's from some tyre place in syd. but the problem is im lowered and i drive quite hard often and 17's will get bent/twisted from the tyre having such a small sidewall to protect it from my psychoness and bumps on the road!..
how much did the front end etc cost you? without spray painting it.
ando: the body kit, FROM ford, costs under $1600 for the full kit including wing or $1175 from canberra car styling, not fited/nor sprayed, it cost maybe 200-500 to get it sprayed (depending who u know), and you can fit it yourself.
there isnt a significant difference between the xr and a ef to much to make me wanna go "i want and xr" front end/lights look wicked, but other then that, you can go to higgin bottons or whatever their called, spend the $3000 and get a supercharger or other mods which would give u more power then an xr. :)
anyhow, if anyone knows where i can grab a cheap front end from would be appreciated :)
The 180km/h speed restriction is there for a reason - the stock drive shaft is not safe above those speeds. The current XRs have an alloy shaft, which enables 180+ speeds, but can induce driveline noise which I've discovered.
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