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Old 02-10-2009, 03:44 PM   #1
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U.S. Spec Cossie Escort?

Will these parts mate up to the US spec Escort GT? I'm throwing around the idea of building a mock Cosworth Escort.

http://www.m-99.co.uk/Car_Bodykits/F...scort_mk5.html


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no...

the US escort is a mazda derived platform and has nothing in common with the cosworth.
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Even the Escort Cosworth is quite a different beast from the standard European Escort Mk.4/5 it resembles. Let alone the US Escort.
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what mazda platform?
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So I'm assuming that the body kit won't bold directly to the car without some modification? But are there any major differences in the car dimensions? Length, Hidth (is that even a word?) ect? I guess what I'm asking, is when I have the wide body kit installed on the US Escort, will it LOOK like a Cossie? Under the hood would either be a Zetec 2 liter, or a Duratec 2.3 liter
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if you want to do your escort fast or get some bodyparts that will actually fit look on the Aussie Ford Laser or, or just look around for the laser TX3 that is a turbo AWD escort gt.
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So I'm assuming that the body kit won't bold directly to the car without some modification? But are there any major differences in the car dimensions? Length, Hidth (is that even a word?) ect? I guess what I'm asking, is when I have the wide body kit installed on the US Escort, will it LOOK like a Cossie? Under the hood would either be a Zetec 2 liter, or a Duratec 2.3 liter
again, no.

they are completely different cars. its like asking if you could bolt the body panels onto a chevy lumina and have it look like a cosworth.
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