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|Knox0508||Just whashed it.|
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|09-12-2015 01:29 PM|
Like this picture I took in the parking garage of the Davenport Hotel in Spokane.
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|B3NNI3||'20 SE in Florida|
|08-05-2015 01:58 AM|
Here's my girl, needs alloys I know... But an amazing, unassuming, honest car that you'd never expect to drive as well as it does!
|08-03-2015 11:35 AM|
Copied from my ST registry post:
-ST front end and side skirts
-ST style black headlights from Ebay
-Painted rear valence
-DIY Home Depot front lip (used wide plastic washers and small screws to attach for easy replacement vs adhesive tape. Took a longgg time to get it on there)
-Factory Thule roof rack (Have a Thule basket and bike trays to go on)
-Curt 1.25" hitch (option of hitch mounted bike rack, will use to pull single motorcyle)
-Rally Armor PU mud flaps with grey logo
-Kosei Sport Edition D3 17" wheels. Originally made for Volvos. I painted them. Offset is in the 30's. No wheel spacers, and they fit perfectly flush for the MK3 Focus.
Since you're going to ask- stock suspension. I think. I bought the car with 6,000 miles entirely stock otherwise, but it has the perfect stance IMO for daily driving. I'm happy with the way it looks. The tires are stock size for 17", but I think they're slightly big, closing wheel gap. My brother has a 2013 SE Hatch and my car is definitely lower than his. The suspension change for 2014+ is probably to blame there.
-FSWERKS intake, metal box with ITG aluminum/ foam filter and Outerwears cover
-FSWERKS rear motor mount (that engine really flopped around in normal driving)
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