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roblee8g last won the day on 18 December 2019

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    ex- Mechanical Engineer, now Student
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    2015 Megane Trophy-R
    2007 Megane 225 Cup
    2016 Koleos
    2008 X85 Clio Cup Racer
    1970 R8 Gordini R1135

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  1. My Cup racer had a big hit in the rear quarter (see my ride thread). I had a paintless dent guy do the majority without drama and then a crash repairer/painter do the rest by conventional methods. The end result was pretty good (but not showroom) due to prior race biff and barge damage, but it was way cheaper than a rear quarter panel replacement. (I bet any money that Renault Australia would not have a panel in Australia). That scrape looks easy peasie. $500 is my estimate.
  2. Advo, I can oblige with a ride through the hills (or similar). Send me a PM to arrange.
  3. Just to confirm: No issue when using Chrome.
  4. Daniel, I'm using Explorer most of the time, but I can use Chrome as well, as it is the preferred browser for Uni.
  5. Daniel, In your reply to my post, your profile took up 3/4 of the width of the page (on my PC). That wasn't the case prior to the skin update. The actual message was limited to 50 characters width. See screen dump attached.
  6. The poster's profile/signature is not a fixed width. One with a lot of content (like mine) takes up the majority of the page width, leaving only a narrow band for the actual post.
  7. Does it have the storage bin in the foot wells? Look under the mats.
  8. There's a recent video on the RCCA facebook site which explains the function of the push button on the sunroof. It's a stop/start button for when you want it only partially open.
  9. Try steve@nisswreck.com.au They are now stocking Renault, including RS models.
  10. Insurance company databases are never accurate. They probably all use the same data. My 225 Cup 5 door is insured as a 225 F1 3 door hatch because they didn't have a listing for the 5 door Cup hatch. When I went to get a competitive quote last week with a different company, they had the same issue. The only problem with insurance is when you go to make a claim, then these trivialities turn into nightmares. Perhaps find a Renault brochure showing the specifications of your exact model, and show it to the insurance company.
  11. Probably pressure is too high. Check with accurate gauge and set to factory specs.
  12. That's just so bad. If you live in the SW suburbs, try Manta Automotive at Richmond. They do top quality work. If you live elsewhere, others may have their own recommendations. People on this forum are mostly fastidious, so they are able to give good recommendations based on personal experience.
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