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New to the Mazda3, but not to Mazdas!


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How are you?

I just got a 2.2L Diesel Sport (185), and I love it. It's not new—it has a 59 plate (Mk2? ), but the Mazda shop near me gave me a guarantee that lasts forever.
I'm so used to driving old cars that this one, with all its new features, feels like a rocket.
As the title says, I also own a Mazda MX-3, but I can't drive it right now because it needs a lot of work!!

I've looked through the boards, but the search box is very sensitive, and it's getting hard to find answers to my questions. Here are some questions! (Sorry if you've heard them a thousand times!)
I want to replace some of the parts on my 3 with MPS parts (the plan is to get MPS style with diesel economy!)
So:

-Would an MPS hood fit with my sport bumper, or do I also need an MPS bumper?
-Would I need to change the wings as well?
-Are MPS wings bigger than regular sport wings?
-Are MPS brakes bigger than sport brakes and a straight fit?
-Would MPS shocks and springs fit, and would they make the car lower?

Thanks ahead of time! Will soon post some pictures. 

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I'll keep looking, but it's hard when it looks for words like "on" instead of important words in a phrase.

My 3 came with a guarantee that lasts forever. This is something that Mazda just started doing, but it only covers a few things, most of which are mechanical. The protection basically says that you have to fix anything that stops working because of normal wear and tear.
When I bought my car, it had 68K miles on it.
I also bought insurance that will give me back the full price I paid for the car when I bought it if I write it off in the next 3 years.
I like to have everything taken care of!

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2 minutes ago, KOOLCAR said:

I'll keep looking, but it's hard when it looks for words like "on" instead of important words in a phrase.

My 3 came with a guarantee that lasts forever. This is something that Mazda just started doing, but it only covers a few things, most of which are mechanical. The protection basically says that you have to fix anything that stops working because of normal wear and tear.
When I bought my car, it had 68K miles on it.
I also bought insurance that will give me back the full price I paid for the car when I bought it if I write it off in the next 3 years.
I like to have everything taken care of!

Still the same clutch?

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