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    I'm doing the mother's day classic?
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    Price range ?

    As cheap as you can get it. Alpine Affair in Ringwood are worth the drive. That looks like a good spec, 18" wheels are much more desirable than the 19" items, and the normal sport seats are easier to use day to day than the Recaros.
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    Potential Clio RS200 EDC Owner

    The engine (MR16DDT) is a Nissan unit also found in the Pulsar. People on here complain about gearbox behaviour, but it seems it's just the EDC doing it's thing. You'd be best to do a search and read those posts, it might bother you, it might not.
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    Finally Did It! New R.s 275

    Should be on the edge of the drivers side door. Sent from my LG-H815
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    Finally Did It! New R.s 275

    What's the load rating on the placard for cars with 19" wheels? Sent from my LG-H815
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    Finally Did It! New R.s 275

    The NT01 is certainly legal in americastan (DOT). I know a lot of people who run them on fast road cars, evo guys and mx5s, although that is certainly no proof of legality. Certainly not a great idea for a car that will ever see the rain. I'm also interested in the NT05 as it's 95W rated in 235/40/18 (unlike most other tyres of that genre), matching the placard on my car. If you go that way let us know how you like them. Sent from my LG-H815
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    Finally Did It! New R.s 275

    Nt05s are relatively new. The nt01 has a sterling reputation as a road legal almost race tyre with a treadwear rating of 100(!). The NT05 has a rating of 200 which is the same as the RS3. The RS4 is coming in the next couple of months if you've got a little while before needing new tyres. Sent from my LG-H815
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    Recovering Car Modification Addict

    I'm home Car has a resonator delete already, still on the quiet side but pops and bangs on the over-run. Very nice indeed
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    Recovering Car Modification Addict

    Thanks everyone Well I guess they treat heroin addition with methadone... I can't just go cold turkey!
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    Recovering Car Modification Addict

    Previous owners plates. Sent them back to him today. Opted for the black slimline jobs that VicRoads now offers over the counter.
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    Recovering Car Modification Addict

    Hello all, I'll try not to waffle incase I bore anyone. My name is Rohan, and on the weekend I purchased an RS 250 Megane. Up until this point I have only owned MX5s, my latest one was extensively modified. Engine, suspension/wheels/tyres, full leather re-trim (done by myself), steering wheel, gauge cluster, front bumper... you name it I changed it: It was turbo-charged and was very, very quick. But it would be with this much power and a sub-1000kg weight. I had a reality check a couple of months ago when I finished uni and was offered a job at the Bureau of Meteorology. The MX5 was modified beyond insurance, EPA and Police guidlines so I was forced to take it back to stock and find a car that can get me places without being arrested! My criteria were tough to satisfy and I considered everything from a WRX, 130i, XR5 and Type R. I had looked at the Renault's but they were outside of my $15k price point, however, a friend on the MX5 forum (also on here, Hi Peter!) alerted me to an RS 250 for sale in Moe for a good price. I was skeptical but the car seemed well taken care of after contacting the previous owners by email (found on the service receipts). You guys seem to have a really nice forum here, so I'm looking forward to chatting about Renaults with you all. Although I bought this car to solve a problem born out of car modification, I might be doing a couple of bits and pieces which I will share.