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saxo

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PostSubject: My VTR project   20th June 2008, 17:50

Here are pics of my VTR, it's got Adjustable Auto-levelling SPAX Suspension currently dropped 50mm, window tints, 15" alloys and a powerflow exhaust and induction kit, also has 2 500w amp's in the doors and some new front speakers and tweeters but need some 6x9's.






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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   20th June 2008, 19:25

tisn't bad, certainly nicer than most saxo's i've seen Smile
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   20th June 2008, 19:37

Looking good so far, quite small wheels tho, any big plans made for it ?

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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   20th June 2008, 22:27

very nice hun Smile
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   21st June 2008, 01:30

nice and tidy mate
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   21st June 2008, 13:04

small wheels = more speed Very Happy

Plans: adjust the coilovers about 1-2cm lower, rollcage, silver front grill and some 6x9's for now and in the long-term I'm gonna get some angel eyes and some lambo doors
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   21st June 2008, 14:58

Fair point...but lambo doors on a saxo Neutral do you not think maybe modifying it a little bit more exterior wise would be a better idea before sticking lambo doors on it, its nice to be different thats all and the lambo doors on almost standard saxos are so common these days.

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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   21st June 2008, 15:16

It Looks Nice Smile Wa Size Engine Is It 1.4 ??
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   22nd June 2008, 21:07

1.6i - 108bhp

I just like lambo doors and apart from that the rest is going to be a drag slag Razz
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   22nd June 2008, 22:00

dont lambo it fella, adding extra weight wont help on the strip! Go for a 8v turbo kit and then you'll not care how your doors open!!!
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   23rd June 2008, 15:53

I didnt know that lambo doors increased weight... thanks for that lol
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   23rd June 2008, 20:06

Yeah, its massive hinges and rams to hold the doors up, plus you need to extend the wiring too. For a strip slag, get the insides out and put a turbo on the 8valver. Job done!!!
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   24th June 2008, 12:27

turbo + custom spray job then Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   24th June 2008, 15:13

lookin good nice subtle look
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   24th June 2008, 19:48

smaller wheels are better for acceleration not overall speed Wink
as pete says if you want to take it on the strip then forget stuff like lambo doors and a cage, your not going to need either and they do weigh alot which is the opposite of what you want, so get the interior out and make it very minimal, if your crazy about the strip then weight loss is the best thing you can do, remove the interior, power steering, sun roof, heater system etc, it will all add up to a considerably amount of weight which could shave a second off your time.
either way keep up the nixe work Wink
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   24th June 2008, 23:31

you only need the cage if ur gonna do track aswel
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   24th June 2008, 23:36

even then theres no need for a cage speedy.
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   25th June 2008, 00:22

oh oki ill hush up then
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   25th June 2008, 00:27

sorry mate didnt mean anything by it, just pointing out you dont need a cage for track days as its just unnecessary weight which will slow you down. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: My VTR project   25th June 2008, 20:53

I'm not that much of a drag strip fan to empty it out, just want a faster than standard nice looking VTR that can also be used on stand too
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