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Re: My 2000 V6 Manual
« Reply #15 on: 27 November 2018, 21:09:38 »

Whilst I never bother really modifying my cars I shall follow this with interest to see how it pans out for you.At least it seems you have a sound base to start from.
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Re: My 2000 V6 Manual
« Reply #16 on: 28 November 2018, 22:32:10 »

Tidy  :y


Are you doing anything with the rear chrome strip, seeing as how you're replacing the bumpers?  :y Neighbour decided mine was all nasty and straight, and thought it would be very nice to bend it for me with his pathetic parking skills.

As and when you get the arches done... those black stickers will come off with mild heat, and can be cleaned up with alcohol/similar, and re-attached with double sided tape very nicely. I know as I've done it myself recently. They're hen's teeth to source.  :)

When I get the bumper off youíre welcome to them, Iíll take a few photos when Iím next with the car as itís been tapped at one side so may be no good to you.


What a gent! I've got some racing cylinder heads and high-lift cams (ie: off the 3.0) which I may well never get round to fitting - the general consensus is if you have the option to buy a 3.0 at reasonable cost then just throw the 2.5 in the bin... but I don't want to do that. Anyway, looking forward to seeing how this pans out, will watch with interest.  :y
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Re: My 2000 V6 Manual
« Reply #17 on: 01 December 2018, 07:19:38 »

Tidy  :y


Are you doing anything with the rear chrome strip, seeing as how you're replacing the bumpers?  :y Neighbour decided mine was all nasty and straight, and thought it would be very nice to bend it for me with his pathetic parking skills.

As and when you get the arches done... those black stickers will come off with mild heat, and can be cleaned up with alcohol/similar, and re-attached with double sided tape very nicely. I know as I've done it myself recently. They're hen's teeth to source.  :)

When I get the bumper off youíre welcome to them, Iíll take a few photos when Iím next with the car as itís been tapped at one side so may be no good to you.


What a gent! I've got some racing cylinder heads and high-lift cams (ie: off the 3.0) which I may well never get round to fitting - the general consensus is if you have the option to buy a 3.0 at reasonable cost then just throw the 2.5 in the bin... but I don't want to do that. Anyway, looking forward to seeing how this pans out, will watch with interest.  :y

No problem.
If you fancy parting with the cylinder heads Iíll be interested  :)
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