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    Default Here you go Uga.....

    You want to do a mod on a modern Cit???

    You got one!!


    http://www.citroenet.org.uk/html/s/sbarro10.html


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    Do you think they have 'voided' the manufacturers warranty

    seeya,
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron
    Do you think they have 'voided' the manufacturers warranty

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    Yeah, but then again, modern Citroen vehicles are ultra reliable and owners hardly utilize the manufacturers warranty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron
    Do you think they have 'voided' the manufacturers warranty

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    Better still, which "specialist" in Sydney would you take it to and which dealer for a warranty claim? One who supposedly "outsources" fuel injection work and doesn't keep the 'faulty' parts for the customers perhaps?


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    hehe.

    Some people say, if you are willing to spend enough money, you can mod any car to a certain extent.

    Well, yesterday, i decided to visit some of the local Jap performance outfits....

    They took one look at the car, i could see the grief in their face, then they seen that it was an auto, it kind of sealed the fate of the C4.

    To say the least, none of them were interested in touching it, even with a barge pole.

    Citroen should do what MG/Rover did, sell extra add on kits for additional power..., even at ridiculous prices.
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    Now that, is one hella sexy little car! I want one! john s
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    Uga, you know the WRC Xsara is going to be replaced after this year, with a WRC C4. You could do a replica john s
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiffy1071
    Uga, you know the WRC Xsara is going to be replaced after this year, with a WRC C4. You could do a replica john s
    I thought Citroen pulled out of the WRC?? This is year is apparently their last.
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    That's news to me! I know the C4 WRC already exists! It's at the moment in the conservatoire, Paris.
    I don't understand why such a successfull team like Citroen would give up Last I heard, they really were at the top of the tree, even ahead of scooby doo! (subaru). john s
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    http://www.cituning.ltd.uk/EngineConversions.aspx

    *drool*:

    "Any CitroŽn engine can benefit from the 'Cituning' magic."
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiffy1071

    That's news to me! I know the C4 WRC already exists! It's at the moment in the conservatoire, Paris.
    I don't understand why such a successfull team like Citroen would give up Last I heard, they really were at the top of the tree, even ahead of scooby doo! (subaru). john s
    PSA is pulling both Citroen and Peugeot out of the WRC after this season. Apparently, Leob will continue with Xsara independantly, then PSA will return in 2007 (I'm guessing with the C4 WRC).
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