hi from con

constantine

Newbie
Points
1
From
australia
Car
ford focus xr5
Hi everyone. Have a focus st225 and am always interested in what people do to these cars. Mine is standard with 230000km.
 

TCJBOLDIE

Torque King
Points
667
From
Brisbane
Car
JB Starion
Hi Con it would help if you outline what you want to use it for and your thoughts on what you think you want to do to to the motor etc.
 

constantine

Newbie
Points
1
From
australia
Car
ford focus xr5
I have been driving it every day to work. I have changed most wearable parts at 230,000km. This includes a top engine mount, pcv housing, a radiator, heater hose and fuel rail sensor. Also, a waterpump and timing belt kit at 90000km and 215000km . I do not want to touch the motor as many people who modify these cars destroy engine mounts, clutches and flywheels,gaskets, intake manifolds and engine sleeves heating up and cracking. The car is great as it is. With 98 bp, it shocks most cars in 3rd ,4th and 5th gear as it only has a focus badge at the back. The xr5 badges attracted too much attention from everyone. Top speed at 240km has been achieved but is completely waste of time.
 

obi_waynne

Administrator
Staff member
Moderator
Points
887
From
Deal, Kent UK
Car
A3 1.4 TFSI 150 COD
Hello and a very warm, welcome to TorqueCars from me the admin, sorry for my slow reply.

Thank you so much for joining up and introducing yourself.

I lost my brother recently following a tragic accident whilst he was working so I've not been around on here much. I've set aside some time to catch up with things though and I hope you've been able to have a look around the site and meet some of our regulars.

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It's nice to have an enthusiastic member like 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.

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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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