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Discussion in 'Say Hello & introduce yourself' started by Connor0, 25 November 2018.

  1. Connor0

    Connor0 Newbie

    Peugeot106 1.1 1999
    Have never worked on cars a day in my life but have just recently purchased my first car and have a real interest in learning as i want to modify the car and do all the work myself, the car is a peugeot 106 1.1 1999, and was just wondering if anybody could give me any pointers on where i should start with modifications and such, car has had nothing done to it so far but my hopes are to get it supped up as a little project car, any help would be greatly appreciated thanks !

    TCJBOLDIE Torque King

    JB Starion
    Hi and welcome young man |B

    My advise would be to do things in the right/best order and make sure that your car is in tip top condition brakes,suspension and tyre wise and to get some additional instruction from qualified people on a track BEFORE building a more powerful motor.

    I would also advise that you consult your liability insurer BEFORE undertaking any non factory mods as they will almost certainly add to the cost of insurance cover IF they will still insure you and your car because it would be a financial disaster should you mod the car and not advise the insurer as they will not cover you in the event of crashing into anything due to non disclosure of the mods ..V(

    Make sure that you have IN WRITING records of any correspondence to and from your insurer as in the event of crash verbal assurances are soon forgotten.

    Sorry if the above was not what you wanted to hear BUT you needed to hear it so you are fully aware of the way it is before doing anything.:)
  3. obi_waynne

    obi_waynne Administrator Staff Member Moderator

    Deal, Kent UK
    A3 1.4 TFSI 150 COD
    Hello and a very warm, welcome to TorqueCars from me the admin, sorry for my slow reply.

    Nice to have you along, I hope you're enjoying the site. Please start up a project thread and share your experiences with all our other members and I wish you all the best in your project.

    Keep reading the articles on our site and this forum... you'll pick up loads of good common sense tips and don't be afraid to post questions, were all here to share our knowledge and experience.

    We run a really fun and interesting car community and many have said we're the friendliest around, always ready to help out where we can.

    Enjoy your time with us, post loads and feel free to ask any questions or begin new threads and discussions. We're always interested to hear your comments and views on our existing topics and in the hot polls.

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