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    Clio 3 RS200 Cup Trophee

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  1. hahaha - that's years of data collection in a single post. Happy to help out.
  2. Gorgeous car mate and in great condition by the looks of that gloss 😎 As for rims you have a number of options but here is a summary of the spec range you want to be chasing: RenaultSport CLIO 197/200 Spec: PCD 108 x 5 stud Centre bore 60.1 8.0j ~ ET55 OR 7.5j ~ ET45 You can find a few options at demon tweaks, they have a good range and decent site. Ordering and shipping from the UK isn't as bad as it may seem when you compare local pricing. https://www.demon-tweeks.com/au/performance/wheels-accessories/alloy-wheels/ Common wheels seen in the Clio 3 realm are: Oz Ultra's, Oz Allegrita, Sparco, Team Dynamics, ATS GTR, MSW, Speedline Corse. Just as a ref, here are the factory wheels specs: P.S. Your wheels are the Interlagos Mégane Renaultsport 230 F1 R26: Wheel: Renaultsport 8x18 ET70 Mégane Renaultsport R26.R Wheel: Interlagos 8x18 ET66 Clio Renaultsport 200/197 Wheel: Speedline 7.5x17 ET68 Oz Ultraleggera 8x17 ET55 If you're concerned about weight, here is a really good reference:
  3. Try out Alloy Action, they have done a few wheels for mates and they did a good job. https://alloyaction.com.au/ Cost will depend on the amount of damage, shoot them some pics and they'll quote you.
  4. mojo

    Car manual

    i knew someone would have kept a copy somewhere............ http://www.aussiefrogs.com/forum/renault-forum/132102-megane-ii-workshop-manuals-pdf.html
  5. Congrats !! Fine machine you have there.
  6. mojo

    Help

    Try village Renault head positive things about ten as of late. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  7. hey mate, welcome to the fold ! Unfortunately the answer isn't straight forward for us Qlders.... If you can, come along to the next meet on Thu night and you will have access to a wealth of local knowledge...... See details here: http://www.ozrenaultsport.com/topic/25937-qld-monthly-night-get-together/
  8. mojo

    First Renault

    Welcome mate, I agree the Clio is a nice piece of machinery. Come along to the monthly meet this Thursday and hopefully you'll get to meet a few other Clio owners including myself. http://www.ozrenaultsport.com/index.php?/topic/25937-[Qld]-Monthly-Night-Get-Together Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  9. looking good Nothing as sweet as a Clio III.
  10. mojo

    My new Rb8

    Gorgeous mate The colour can only be done justice in person..... Enjoy the new beast !!
  11. mojo

    Clio 3 Rs 20

    hahaha - You crack me up Treza !! I would suggest drive it as it is for a little while before making any decision on mods. As mentioned the little monster is already a great package which you may find sufficient, if not you can do as Treza and un-standard your car
  12. Hey mate, its not rocket science however its not trivial either. The perfohub setup does complicate the removal/install of the struts. I've done both my old 225 and now my Clio 3, they have a very similar/same setup. If you are savvy on the tools then i'd say go for it, however assume you won't get it done in a day as we had trouble both times around [for different reasons] Also do some research, there are a few step by step guides around. I think meganesport.net has one in the how to section. As mentioned the Clio 3 is much the same setup so a Clio 3 guide would be just as useful. Good luck, take your time and you'll be fine.
  13. Dont get me wrong, the Clio 3 is an awesome piece of kit !! Its my pride and joy I have/had both cars and sold the Golf GTI PP recently for a reason, however i didn't make the Clio 3 my daily. I now have a Meg 3 for that job This compares much better to the Golf. This could be a long list, the importance of each is purely dependent on each persons needs. For example, i bought the golf as my kids were young and i wanted something my wife could drive as well ie. auto. Times have changed and my kids are now a little bit older so getting them to climb into the back of a 2 door coupe is not an issue - 4 doors - DSG - Suspension adjustment [sport, Comfort etc..] - Parking sensors - Rear view camera - fuel economy - Turbo - effortless power - resale value etc.....
  14. I have a Clio 3 and it's not even close to the golf GTi PP as a daily. Yes its far more spirited and fun but lacks what many chase for the daily commute. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
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