uhhh.... how about the Momo seats, the suspension, exhaust, and the factory N2O system which probably would run you about $800-1200 because it's not like Saleen uses cheap shizatTheMightyEscort said:that car runs 16's unless your on the giggly..
running giggly=void warranty...
the only other things that seperate it from any other 2.3 duratec focus is the body kit and the rear floormat.. oh, and the juice setup..
now tell me, is juice, a floormat, rims and a kit worth 10g's over the retail value of a regular zx3? yeah i dont htink so..
'1 of less than 90 produced'.. BS!!!
I realize that.. but that does not mean the previous owner changed the jet. I too would have like to seen a ZX2 saleen...Misfit_Zero said:I got the chance to see one of those cars in person last year at the California International Auto Show, in Anaheim, and I talked to the rep ther efrom Saleen... There WAS a limited number made for the first run, THEY DO COME STOCK WITH NO2... Again, just a comment for those of you who have never heard that Saleen did turn their attention to Ford's replacement for the Escort. Too bad they didn't hitup the Scort to try and get in on the sport compact market... it might have saved the lineage.
Thats rediculous - the Focus is the first car that Saleen has ever come out with that could ever come anywhere close to rice and I personally don't think that it is a ricey car.Beaverboy said:You think I could convert that hoodscoop back into a paint roller tray?
Uuuuugly. Saleen is nothing but a supplier of family sized bags of rice, and this Focus is no different.