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How-To Guides

In this section you'll find lots of information about how to carry out various DIY mods to your Saxo. Hopefully you will find these guides useful and maybe you will even be able to save yourself some money!

If there's a guide you would be particularly interested to see, why not get in touch! I will try to cater for as many mod's as possible.

Fitting a D&M front bumper

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The D&M front bumper is becoming a very popular choice of front end styling. You can fit this yourself, as it's not that hard...

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Fitting a Dimma rear bumper skin...

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The Dimma rear bumper is a very nice bit of kit... but the fitting of it isn't as simple as you might think... Read this report and see if you fancy doing this yourself...

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Removing your door-pins

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Citroen really made a BIG mistake when it came to the standard security of Saxo's. Your Saxo can be broken into without causing any damage, without creating any noise and in less than 10 seconds!!

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Polishing VTS head covers

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This is a very good modification to make if you care about your under bonnet styling. It isn't too difficult to do and the finished product really will transform the look of your engine bay.

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Fitting Uprated VTS Camshafts

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Once you've fitted tuning goodies such as an induction kit, exhaust, etc... the next step of progression is normally to fit a pair of performance camshafts. This guide gives you information of how to do thuis yourself... if you're brave enough!

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