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Trauma

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About Trauma

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    Sydney
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    Ford Mustang
    VW Golf Gti
    Soon to be Megane RS250 Trophy

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  1. Trauma

    Hello Hello Hello

    It is gorgeous and over the top and frivolous - i love it. Do you know of anyone doing such an engine swap? They both have 2 litre blocks I think - but turbo plumbing is always an issue. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Trauma

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    Hi Alex - I didn’t know you were lurking out there in the interweb! These Renaults are tricky - different model specs and trim packages every bloody year! To answer your questions: 1. Mark 2. Maroon ( I am a Queenslander) 3. I would love to build a clio with a Megane 2 litre in it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Trauma

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    Love to be able to afford one - alas I need to do it on a budget Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Trauma

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    Now that is why I am here. Had no idea there were two different Trophee/ Trophy models. Will investigate but it is a 250. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Trauma

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    Hello everybody - just joined the forum. My evil plan is to steal your collective Intellectual Property about how to make a fast track weapon out of a Megane RS Trophee on a budget. (if I wasn't such a lard-arse I would go for a Clio) Then to dominate the time sheets at Wakefield Park! I have owned a Golf Gti for years - but was blown away by Rob 240's RS 275 Trophee RS on a ride along earlier in the year. Then I drove my Mustang up at the farm and was disgusted with how sloppy it was in comparison. (it is definitely not built for a race track) Fast front wheel drives are awesome fun on a track when set-up right and that is what I want to learn. All advice welcome.
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