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Old 21-12-2017, 20:46   #1
carl6r4
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Talking Noob in Northern Ireland 👍🏼

Hello all, I’m new to everything SEAT. I live in Northern Ireland and currently drive a 2003 cupra 1.8t. All I’ve done to it so far are 3” downpipe, ramair intake and custom map. Next on the list will be a TIP, updated DV and removing all the unessesary pipework from the engine. I look forward to talking to you all for advice and banter 😜
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Old 22-12-2017, 23:18   #2
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welcome from another Newbie!
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