Seat Ibiza Sport.

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Shahar Levi, Feb 23, 2007.

  1. Shahar Levi

    Shahar Levi TPF Noob!

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    My friend's new car :)


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    Some very interesting shots. I really like the last three.

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    cool shots, is that an innercooler :)
     
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    Very cool. I also like the last 3 the best. The first one is too tilted.
     
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    I like them all although it seems the car has a horrid interior
     
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    The last shout would look better without the parking brake warning lamp lit.
    Skiboarder72, i think you see the a/c condenser in those pictures. We dont have Seats in the States but they are owned by VW and that looks to be a large engine cover under the hood like VW did with their older diesels. So it might be the intercooler for a turbo diesel. Not sure.

    *After another look, its quite small and could even be a powersteering fluid cooler or atf cooler.
     

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