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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-23-2004, 12:49 PM
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Mazda3 Modifications (Singapore Edition)

guys they dun do any run-ins?

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post #22 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-10-2004, 01:03 PM
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Something bad happen yesterday. I was reversing into the lot at my home when i knocked lightly the rear into a rough wall. There were some small scratches on the rear bumper but there are a lot more scrstches in my heart.
Wah lau, I just hit my bumper today.. now it's dented and some paint came off.

I thinking of going to Mazda workshop to get it fixed. Any idea how soon they can do it? It's only a slight dent...
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cars in asia r boring... 1.6 l..... u must be joking... even when I was living there I couldnt understand this need to sacrifice power because of price? 1.6 what is it a bicycle...? LOL

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^^they have a smaller displacement engine because of greenhouse gases and what not. I don't know if it has hit you yet but the air we breathe in canada is a lot cleaner than that of asian countries. It is so congested there that they have to limit the engine size.....mind you there are acceptions to the rules BUT you do pay a lot more to buy the cars with bigger engines. I'm not sure how it all works but there are a lot of fees associated with owning a car in most asian countries.

You can get more than enough power from a 1.6L engine to get you around day to day. And it doesn't mean that the 1.6 has no guts. Just more peppier around the lower rpms which is what certain countries with smaller roads need.

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cars in asia r boring... 1.6 l..... u must be joking... even when I was living there I couldnt understand this need to sacrifice power because of price? 1.6 what is it a bicycle...? LOL
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at least it's not as boring as having an automatic


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toguys in sing gah poh.....ho boh? LOL anyways do you guys know if theres any places doing leather or leatherette seat covers for the 3? Something that you can just slip on if you look at the interior mods page in phillipines and Puerto rico they have people doing leather and leatherette seat covers anything like that in SG ? lemme know thanks

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n why these ang moh talk so much cock when I am not talking to them is beyond me............

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