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  1. I think he'd be doing 100 by the time I even got to 50. The 1l really isn't a performance machine
  2. Installed the twin tones today, noticeably louder than the stock single tone and sounds a lot better. Mounted them behind the grill, Subaru style
  3. As far as I'm aware all I need to do is tap into the power from the first horn the power the second. Which will be easy enough with a couple of piggy back spade connectors.
  4. It's either that or an air horn..
  5. Has anyone upgraded to a twin tone horn? If so, how difficult was it? How is the best way to do it?
  6. Recently managed to pick up a full set of genuine lupo mudflaps for £40, to fit on my arosa. Fitted the fronts with no problem. But the screws in the arch for the rears aren't long enough to go through the flap and into the arch. Did anyone else have this issue? I assume it's best to just find some longer screws that will fit the threads already in the arch?
  7. OllieDewar

    Air filter

    That does seem like a better way to go
  8. OllieDewar

    Air filter

    Air box is back on with the pipe removed. I've looked at cones, but the diameter of the throttle body is smaller than most cone filters, so i doubt i will go an further with that.
  9. OllieDewar

    Air filter

    Well like i said, it sounds good
  10. OllieDewar

    Air filter

    This is my first post so go easy... So i've been running my 1.0 arosa without an air filter for the last week, mainly because i think it sounds great. But now i'm thinking about buying an aftermarket filter or putting the air box back on, because running with no filter is sketching me out. I've read that drilling holes in the air box, or removing the intake pipe from the wheel well to the box, will still sound good. Will this be easier/better than buying a cone filter?
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