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post #31 of 42 (permalink) Old Dec 31st, 2003, 08:23 PM
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I dont have the Cooper Works conversion on my S YET!!.....but the works keyring
they dish out is rather nice. Looks good dangling from my ignition anyways

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I dont have the Cooper Works conversion on my S YET!!.....but the works keyring
they dish out is rather nice. Looks good dangling from my ignition anyways

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I was going to buy a JCW kit for my Cooper until I realised it wasn't worth the money! I think you will find the JCW kit exhaust for the Cooper is now the BMW/MINI sports exhaust, as they changed the kit for noise reasons (I think) and the JCW exhaust made for the original kit was removed!

Heres a pic of the JCW kit exhaust that was on a demo car I borrowed from the dealer.
Looks like the exhaust trim you can but from your MINI dealer.... shame they changed the exhaust on the normal Cooper works, would have been nice to have the same engraved tail pipe.

P.S. With regards to the badge thing, I have a works filter on my cooper and have put works logos on the bonnet stripes - fake and proud it! - 125bhp so not far off the real thing anyway

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Minielium, got a part number for the shark vent badges?
I dont have them sorry, thats why I started the thread!

Found some John Cooper Works stickers on the US Ebay but I think a proper badge much better!

My Exhaust is starting to run in now and it sounds V Nice!!!

Hey hey I got an idea! Make a Cooper S look like a Cooper and then stick the works badges onit!!! Its not a Works BUUUUT FASTER!!! hehe Just Kiddin! But thats what its all about.....CUSTOMISATION!!!!

If everyone liked Apples there would be no pears! ??

I have a Liquid Yellow/Black Cooper with the Chilli Package, 17" S-spoke Alloys, Panoramic Sunroofs, ASC+T, the factory Tinted windows, 6-disk changer and the Multi Function Steering Wheel !!! ALSO HAVE FITTED A JCW EXHAUST !!!
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I dont have the Cooper Works conversion on my S YET!!.....but the works keyring
they dish out is rather nice. Looks good dangling from my ignition anyways

Cosmic Black MINI Cooper S JCW
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In the opposite direction...if I got the Works for my MCS, I think I would rather leave the badges off...more of a sleeper that way.
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Found some John Cooper Works stickers on the US Ebay but I think a proper badge much better!
Don't buy it!!! It's a poorly home-made sticker.
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In the opposite direction...if I got the Works for my MCS, I think I would rather leave the badges off...more of a sleeper that way.
Would you really (if you did..) spend all that money on a conversion and then extra to hide the fact you had it done????
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Electic Blue S ..

Your kiding right?

A sleeper car is so much fun. I used to own a corsa SRI but threw the 2.0L in it, kept all the exterior the same and had so much fun playing with other cars and blowing them away.

Stelth has the other advanatage of not having some jelous person keyung you ride in a car park.
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Fast forward...14 years later. I just purchased and had my dealer install a JCW Exhaust Tuning Kit. It comes with an ECU remap that bumps up HP from 184 (2017 F56 S) to 228 HP. It comes with a unique certificate and its own serial number. It also comes with a badge that the dealer stuck on my car. It was fast before, it's a beast now !!!

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how do they know what you are going to do with it? and any idea how much ?
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