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Carosserie : compatiblité des capots

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Bonjour à tous, je voulais savoir si le capot avant ainsi que les ailes AV et le PC AR étaient les mêmes sur une 3 portes et une 5 portes?

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Oui oui c'est commun aux 3 et 5 portes. C'est la cellule qui change (entre le pare brise et le coffre)

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Attention à l'endroit où tu postes... ;) 

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il y a 23 minutes, Zorro_X a dit :

Attention à l'endroit où tu postes... ;) 

Zorro, y'a un pb avec mon post?

 

il y a 45 minutes, GBFIAlex a dit :

Oui oui c'est commun aux 3 et 5 portes. C'est la cellule qui change (entre le pare brise et le coffre)

Sur les 1.4 auto le PC AR est différent... Tu confirmes?

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il y a 12 minutes, Tx50 a dit :

Zorro, y'a un pb avec mon post?

 

Sur les 1.4 auto le PC AR est différent... Tu confirmes?

Non ce qui change c'est si c'est une ph1 ou ph2 rien de plus ;)

Oui si c'est un pc de GT turbo ou si ya la présence d'un liseré.

il y a 12 minutes, Tx50 a dit :

Zorro, y'a un pb avec mon post

Tu as du le poster dans la mauvaise section à la base ;)

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il y a 27 minutes, Tx50 a dit :

Zorro, y'a un pb avec mon post?

 

Sur les 1.4 auto le PC AR est différent... Tu confirmes?

Comme l'a dit Ermi il y a juste une différence phase 1 /phase 2. Et les GT turbo a part encore.

Après il y a les pare chocs peints ou non, et avec ou sans liserés mais c'est des "options" en quelque sorte.

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