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My 94 XFI TURBO project
Topic Started: Mar 18 2013, 08:40 PM (12,761 Views)
Joe Dirt
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figured i'd start a project thread for it

1994 xfi metro

this is how i bought it from a kid at the local 7th dayer college after i bolted the bumper back on he let it roll into a tree and bent the hood then tried to tie the hood shut with a set of ear buds lol and the hood blew up

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Joe Dirt
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drove 2.5 hours each way in the "taxi" to get some parts for it at pullapart in lithonia ga

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nice little haul off a 94 xfi and a 90 lsi car

got a perfect hood,a set of composite lights a non broken marker,missing mirror and some lil bits and peices!
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Joe Dirt
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i scuffed the hood down and bombed it white and mocked up the headlights still have some adjusting to do to get it all to fit better.
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00Metro
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XFi should be missing right hand mirror :) Unless TN requires them
Edited by 00Metro, Mar 18 2013, 09:42 PM.
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geo pet
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" my strange addiction "

People that dont have mirrors add them and people that do, remove them . go figure? Lol
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Not bad :thumb
Looks like the metro I once had
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Joe Dirt
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00Metro
Mar 18 2013, 09:42 PM
XFi should be missing right hand mirror :) Unless TN requires them
the block off was broken off and missing so i grabbed a mirror at the pullapart looks better then the hole for now ^o)
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Joe Dirt
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adjusted and polished the new lights
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adjusted the idle some more, installed the wipers and cowl screen got my lug nuts from summit so i could put the 2 festiva wheels i got on the front till i can buy some new tires for the metro wheels
looks alot better still need to get a new windsheild

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Edited by Joe Dirt, Mar 19 2013, 08:03 PM.
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MR Bill
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Looking good
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aaronvincent
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Mr Mojo Risin'

Very unique!
Not a fan of the composite headlights myself but rock em if you like em :rocker
Put some vaseline on them bumpers too, they'll shine up nice!
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aaronvincent
Mar 19 2013, 11:40 PM
Very unique!
Not a fan of the composite headlights myself but rock em if you like em :rocker
Put some vaseline on them bumpers too, they'll shine up nice!
i honestly dont care for them either but everything to help fuel milage that is cheap is a must for this car
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Joe Dirt
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43.5 mpg from my first tank not bad for mostly city driving

changed the oil, air filter, and trans fluid tonight (synchromesh)
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evmetro


Glad to see you have a project thread. My favorite sections of this forum are projects an lounge. Nice ride!
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Joe Dirt
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made a grill block today and put on some 8.5mm plug wires
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Looks like a nice car! How did you polish those headlights?
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