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Old 19-08-2004, 07:58 PM   #1
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Been thinking for a while and it might be time to sell my RS turbo. I have the chance to buy a standard mk6 RS 2000 with 50k on it. I realise it wont be as fast as the turbo, but it is newer and probably more reliable. Does anyone have any views on these? I take it they are a lot cheaper to run than a turbo?
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get ya self onto rs2000-16.co.uk theres a forum with all u need to know much underatted car IMO I had a 4x4 2k for a couple of few yrs
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Lovely cars a lot more refined than the RST there quick enough
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Why not have both?
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ive had 3 rs 2000 so far including the mk6.mk6 was alil better in side wiv double air bags and air con.but i wasnt too keen on the looks.the mk5 has the bonnet bulges and i just prefered the handling.get a k&n panel filter drill the air box,decat and a gud system,superchip and ur b looking at around 160bhp
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i drive an rs2000 mk.6 as an everyday motor, to save the miles on the cossie, & its a great little car, when standard its quicker than a standard rs turbo, both on o-60 & top end. not much in it, but its quicker. so, de-cat mongoose & a k&n & 160 bhp is yours!!!!!
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they are a lovely car and lovely to drive
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