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Some better pics of my new red S3

mwstewart Jul 8, 2007

  1. mwstewart

    mwstewart Member

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    The red is so vibrant it really is tricky capturing it without saturating the CCD in the camera, got some semi-deent shots today though.

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  2. vdubstar

    vdubstar New Member

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    Dont see many red S3's, Really nice example!!!!Spot on any future plans??:icon_thumright:
     
  3. bena3turbo

    bena3turbo Genuine Dude

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    lovely!

    btw, youre that mad chap who was building a quattro fiesta turbo arent you? i shall check out your website and have a look at the progress!
     
  4. mwstewart

    mwstewart Member

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    Cheers guys!

    vdubstar - Sorting out the handling is my main priority :)

    Ben - yep that's me!

    Audi S3/TT rear subframe in position on the Fiesta:

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    02M Gearbox mated to Ford Zetec engine:
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  5. batwad

    batwad Member

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    Seriously loving the red, great look! :thumbsup:
     
  6. nickelvery

    nickelvery RS4 B5 380bhp

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    I'm not a fan of red cars but this looks great.
     
  7. jonS3

    jonS3 Member

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    gotta love red S3's!
     
  8. mwstewart

    mwstewart Member

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    Thanks chaps!
     
  9. Stewart

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    RE: The fiesta

    Wow, interesting project! Why use the Zetec though? Surely the 1.8T, mildly tuned would be an even more interesting project :)
     
  10. mwstewart

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    That would have been too easy :wacko:

    I want to keep a Ford theme so I have more design problems to solve due to mixing components from both manufacturers, I enjoy the provlem solving as much as the fabrication, and doing it this way I get to learn more new skills.

    The Zetec is a decent base unit; light, smooth and relatively easy to obtain a reliable 400+ (flywheel).
     

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