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keithfa26

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  1. i see.. try modified insurance compaines, adrian flux ect as they normally offer good prices on these. kinda hard too answer for mileage as you can get cars with 40k miles on them that are in shit state and others with 100K and running perfect, it all comes down too service history ect, if your willing too drive auto you can pick them up much cheaper with less miles. i picked my Auto up for around the 3K mark with only 42K miles and then add around another £600 too convert it too manual. Be patience when buying one and keep reading around the forums too better understand the engines ect
  2. while going stock sounds like a good idea (it is most of the time) your going too end up modifying this in some way too get more power, so spending a little extra on one thats been looking after and modified with good parts instead of Chinese shite is probably the better options these days. there is a few buying guides online and plenty of guides on the forums, if anyone is local and can go with you too inspect the car from the forums thats always a plus, always get a compression test done before your buying one. Great cars that are fairly bullet proof if they are looked after correct
  3. 15" is about the sweet spot on these, wouldn't go 13 unless i had too tbh just a little too small imo
  4. id probably go 15" especially if you arent on coil overs or lowered
  5. Not on road atm will be within next couple Months tho!
  6. Already talking too you on Facebook mate, just waiting for someone too let me know if all parts fit
  7. Can get a ep82 gearbox and everything else listed but will it all fit the same? Flywheel ect?
  8. anyone know if the Auto drive shafts fit manual?
  9. how much if you can find them mate
  10. Gearbox (Manual) Clutch (pressure plate and clutch disc) Flywheel Flywheel bolts (shorter than the auto ones) Clutch Master Cylinder (the bit with the resivoir on it) Clutch Slave Cylinder (the bit that bolts onto the gearbox) Clutch Lines (both metal line and rubber line) Clutch Pedal Assembly Brake Pedal Assembly Shifter Assembly Shifter cables Both mounts Gearbox needs too be in good condition with no crunching ect! Thanks
  11. Can the 4efe types handle much power?
  12. Fit easily should i say, i have a 96 Glanza V that i was going too sell but i decided i loved it too much haha, only downside is it's auto, struggling too find many Glanza manual gearbox's so was wondering if i had other options? Cheers
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