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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby Ruff » Thu Dec 20, 2012 6:53 pm

Next to come:

All new bulbs H7,H11 & H1 (White) not going HID
Lamin-X Front and back lights
3 Pod adding boost gauge
new vinyl
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby nanovapour » Thu Dec 20, 2012 6:55 pm

Ruff wrote:Next to come:

All new bulbs H7,H11 & H1
Lamin-X Front and back lights
3 Pod adding boost gauge
new vinyl


If you don't have HID lights for the headlights, good luck seeing through the Lamin-X at night
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby Ruff » Thu Dec 20, 2012 7:20 pm

nanovapour wrote:
Ruff wrote:Next to come:

All new bulbs H7,H11 & H1
Lamin-X Front and back lights
3 Pod adding boost gauge
new vinyl


If you don't have HID lights for the headlights, good luck seeing through the Lamin-X at night


These are really bright head lights bulbs ( well so they say) , will see if it effects it and if so will take the Lamin-X off.
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby BigBear » Thu Dec 20, 2012 10:18 pm

Ruff wrote:
nanovapour wrote:
Ruff wrote:Next to come:

All new bulbs H7,H11 & H1
Lamin-X Front and back lights
3 Pod adding boost gauge
new vinyl


If you don't have HID lights for the headlights, good luck seeing through the Lamin-X at night


These are really bright head lights bulbs ( well so they say) , will see if it effects it and if so will take the Lamin-X off.

Interesting Brighter Light, but not Xenon...
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby DWJ » Fri Dec 21, 2012 7:03 am

Just get the Philips crystal vision or diamond vision, not as bright as HID's obviously, but extremely white... I can post a pic of mine if you want?
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby Ruff » Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:30 am

DWJ wrote:Just get the Philips crystal vision or diamond vision, not as bright as HID's obviously, but extremely white... I can post a pic of mine if you want?


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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby Ruff » Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:36 am

Did a 3 pod gauges.
Added a boost gauge.

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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby BigBear » Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:54 am

Ruff wrote:
DWJ wrote:Just get the Philips crystal vision or diamond vision, not as bright as HID's obviously, but extremely white... I can post a pic of mine if you want?


Yes please :)

Phillips are nice just expensive, but prefer the HID's

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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby P Dubs - C21 » Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:43 pm

Ruff wrote:Did a 3 pod gauges.
Added a boost gauge.

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It's a bit bulky for me? But I guess necessary gauges hey :)
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby RudiOSTer » Sun Dec 23, 2012 1:59 pm

Hay Ruff, I spent some time and watched your progress from post #1 just now.

Excellent job bru! Guess all that cost an arm + leg and a lot of patience... But really worth it hay!

Still stock brakes and suspension? Launch control fitted?

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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby Ruff » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:26 pm

P Dubs - C21 wrote:
Ruff wrote:Did a 3 pod gauges.
Added a boost gauge.

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It's a bit bulky for me? But I guess necessary gauges hey :)


I think its the angle of the camera, makes them look bigger than they are.
Very necessary gauges :) the AFR especially with the NOS.
Dont want to be running anywhere near lean when its sparying.
The boost gauge is nice because it gives a more accurate reading.
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby Ruff » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:27 pm

RudiOSTer wrote:Hay Ruff, I spent some time and watched your progress from post #1 just now.

Excellent job bru! Guess all that cost an arm + leg and a lot of patience... But really worth it hay!

Still stock brakes and suspension? Launch control fitted?

Injoy bud 8)


Thanks man, yeah been alot of blood sweat and tears but loving every second.

Will be doing the suspension in the new year. Hopefully will help a bit.
WOTBOX still to come, just waiting, people have been having some issues but want to get it done.
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby Shanks » Wed Jan 09, 2013 9:06 pm

Ruff wrote:
RudiOSTer wrote:Hay Ruff, I spent some time and watched your progress from post #1 just now.

Excellent job bru! Guess all that cost an arm + leg and a lot of patience... But really worth it hay!

Still stock brakes and suspension? Launch control fitted?

Injoy bud 8)


Thanks man, yeah been alot of blood sweat and tears but loving every second.

Will be doing the suspension in the new year. Hopefully will help a bit.
WOTBOX still to come, just waiting, people have been having some issues but want to get it done.


Just don't go get it fitted at the same place. You'll end up paying someone else to fix it.
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby Ruff » Wed Jan 09, 2013 9:15 pm

Shanks wrote:
Ruff wrote:
RudiOSTer wrote:Hay Ruff, I spent some time and watched your progress from post #1 just now.

Excellent job bru! Guess all that cost an arm + leg and a lot of patience... But really worth it hay!

Still stock brakes and suspension? Launch control fitted?

Injoy bud 8)


Thanks man, yeah been alot of blood sweat and tears but loving every second.

Will be doing the suspension in the new year. Hopefully will help a bit.
WOTBOX still to come, just waiting, people have been having some issues but want to get it done.


Just don't go get it fitted at the same place. You'll end up paying someone else to fix it.


Yeah heard so, where did you get yours done?
Have you tested it on the 1/4 mile yet?
Does it control the wheel spin on launch?
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Re: EO Focus ST Project

Postby Oom Piet » Wed Jan 09, 2013 9:27 pm

I have the same boost gauge but mine is in the cubbyhole.....lol
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