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Friedchicken

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Friedchicken last won the day on 9 May 2018

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About Friedchicken

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    Toyota Caldina ST246

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  1. At this point it is best to just get the best maintained Clio II. Irrespective of its a 172, 182. Thats what I would be doing round 2.
  2. The 172, (& 182 non-cup) also has the most available options for aftermarket suspension. The 182 cup is hard to source because its Hub bolt spacing is different. There are slightly more options available now.
  3. Stock exhaust tends to fall off due to rust/weight. Aftermarket one is a good way to go. ECU remapping - (RS Tuner by Henk is a common one) is a good way to improve driveability more than anything. Smooths out the revs and brings a little bit more torque down in the rev range. Induction Kits, mostly for noise more than any actual gains. Suspension. Really good as standard when new. Eibach sportlines lowering springs are good way to get a small drop without compromising the ride (too much IMO).
  4. Great colour and nice wheels. Welcome.
  5. Thats just gorgeous. Wicked cars all 3 of ya.
  6. Hey mate, welcome back. There's been a few posts recently about removing the wheel. Search should find them.
  7. Welcome back! Great choice in the best colour
  8. Very nice! Best colour.
  9. Your previous cars sound tasty. Also had an xr5 turbo focus before the clio. Loved it. Welcome.
  10. Looks like a nice example! Welcome to OzRS!
  11. Grats mate! Went from a XR5 Turbo to a Clio 172. Love them both equally and welcome!
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