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Old 9th January 2008, 14:00   #46
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I have had an E-zen for 2 years and done more than 30000 kms
It is one thing to just drive someone else's E-Zen(s) a few times(like me) and another to actually live with one(like you). I guess you speak from experience my friend, so gotta agree with you .
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I also need to add the headers' ezen had just the engine transplant.
The brakes and suspension were from the stock zen itself.I remember him telling the brakes were very much inadequate.
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Old 9th January 2008, 15:33   #48
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Thats a great looking zen!
Congrats!
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Old 10th January 2008, 08:32   #49
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I remember him telling the brakes were very much inadequate.
Yes, Type-I Esteem's brakes, boosters etc are an absolute must and really does wonders to the braking.
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I also need to add the headers' ezen had just the engine transplant.
The brakes and suspension were from the stock zen itself.I remember him telling the brakes were very much inadequate.
That sort of explains it. Iv driven a beautifully built E-Zen where it almost seemed like a stock factory car WRT gearing, braking. Only the stiffened suspension was a giveaway and of course the speedo maxing out once in a while
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Bye bye E-Zen?? Why dude?? Bored already??

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