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^^ crying out to be lowered mate
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^^ crying out to be lowered mate
I know, i know! Not crying Screaming! Putting hairpins on in the summer, then i'll get a zr setup if i got the cash!

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Not necessarily my favorite pics but they are among my best ones.
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love the green lighted one looks ace
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post #67 of 4796 (permalink) Old 21-04-2009, 20:26
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Not necessarily my favorite pics but they are among my best ones.
Proof that when someone comes on the forum asking 'how can i mod my car to make it look better' you dont need to say 'zr kit all the others look naff'. Looks really good mate. Always like those wheels as well.

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It has got the ZR kit on it, its just got a rally front bumper on instead of standard.
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would that nto still be classed as a zr kit, its the zr rally kit isnt it?

hope im not wrong haha! but yeh ive got to agree james, it does look lovely, especially with those wheels too!


edit: god damn you ste with your fast fingers! i was gonna look soooo clever then spoilt a young lads dream
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I knew that, i was just commenting that all too often in one of those threads people say the ZR kit is the only way to go, and even though the other bits are part of that the Rally front bumper completely transforms the look of the car and makes it stand out from the crowd (showing that there are other options)... and for the better IMO.

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(By zr kit i mean making the car look like a + model or 160)
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Lol cheers Guys!

Yes technically it is still classed as a ZR kit as it's a MG X power bumper
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I knew that, i was just commenting that all too often in one of those threads people say the ZR kit is the only way to go, and even though the other bits are part of that the Rally front bumper completely transforms the look of the car and makes it stand out from the crowd (showing that there are other options)... and for the better IMO.

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(By zr kit i mean making the car look like a + model or 160)

I know what you mean bud, and I agree. Although the rally bumper is becoming more and more common now since motobuild copied it.

Thanks for the compliment
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Mean & Green or anyone else for that matter, what is the name of your alloys? I can't remember for the life of me?
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Mean & Green or anyone else for that matter, what is the name of your alloys? I can't remember for the life of me?
fission i think they are called
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Mean & Green or anyone else for that matter, what is the name of your alloys? I can't remember for the life of me?
They are ZS180 alloys, from the MK2 ZS180. Very rare, and even ore expensive!!

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They are ZS180 alloys, from the MK2 ZS180. Very rare, and even ore expensive!!

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am i looking at the wrong pic lol

miss read sorry am tired lol
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theres a guy in solihull selling a set with decent tyres and the wheels are stunning for £500. theyre on ebay at the moment but he's a member on here i think.
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They are ZS180 alloys, from the MK2 ZS180. Very rare, and even ore expensive!!

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cheers for that dave it was really bugging me! It's all coming back now
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