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2007 Milano Red GT

Just wanted to start a thread to document the ownership of my Milano Red GT

Here's some pics from the day I picked it up, and some pics after a quick clean. I haven't had a proper chance to give it a proper clean and get some decent protection on it

There are a few bits I need to clean or replace and I am looking for some aftermarket/OEM upgrades but I'm in no hurry (apart from the wheels)



















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Very nice indeed. Needs spacers IMO. Would improve the stance so much
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Lovely motor pal. I think I'll have to invest in the GP body kit. Looks soooo much better than standard type R kit.


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Very nice indeed. Needs spacers IMO. Would improve the stance so much

I've had mine lowered 15mm would it cause issue. As in catching the arches if I put spacers on.


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excellent , excellent , my CTR is the same , only lower 2.5 cm
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Very nice indeed. Needs spacers IMO. Would improve the stance so much
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Wheels and spacers and some lowering springs are next on the agenda
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And just to add I'm desperately after the piece that is missing from the bottom of the airbox

In the picture below you can see the pipe that runs from the bottom of the box to the feed by the front bumper is not there. I need everything to put it back to OEM
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And just to add I'm desperately after the piece that is missing from the bottom of the airbox

In the picture below you can see the pipe that runs from the bottom of the box to the feed by the front bumper is not there. I need everything to put it back to OEM

Think I might have that OEM bit you're looking for - came off my FN2 when I changed from Pipercross intake to Gruppe M.

Lovely motor btw
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Can you send me some pics via PM please mate

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