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stromlo last won the day on 11 May 2018

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    '16 RS200 Sport Trophy

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  1. I have one, it sounds better (more noticeable induction noise) and I'd swear on a religious book of choosing that the throttle response in normal auto mode is superior to the paper one.
  2. Yup, working now - am replying on my device 😁
  3. Hi - since yesterday, I have been unable to access the site via my android phone (android one os). Every time i try it says the "website took too long to respond".....but I can access it alright via desktop. Anyway FYI
  4. Yeah - just get the nut n bolt ones as my velco one has separated after almost 3 years and now I'm relying on the residual glue to keep it in place as superglue doesnt work.
  5. Welcome mate I'd say removal of the noise vibrator tube from the charge pipe to the cabin is cheap and effective a improving NVM (all you need is some pipe caps from ebay). A panel filter improves throttle response in normal mode and offers some nicer (mild) intake whoosh if that is your thing.
  6. Is there any way to change it to white with black text as before. I find the current dark skin quite uncomfortable to view...
  7. stromlo

    Delivery kilometer

    Mine had 42km on it when i collected it
  8. That's the one! Just decide if you want the velcro or nut/bolt version. I have the verco one - perfect. No droning on the prior question either. At highway speed you can't pick a difference, but giving it beans you most certainly can. Plus pops and cracks in Sports mode too
  9. The one thing to hook up via ebay (or from a member here who makes em) is a OEM look deadpedal that slots into the footwell like Renault intended - costs about $50
  10. Nice work mate - now get the centre resonator chopped out for $100 and unleash noise equivalent to a catback
  11. Again with the uninformed claims of "truth". 1) 2016 Sport Premium 2) From new - 2+ years and just over 12k km 3) Essentially flawlessly. It has its quirks, like any car, but knowing what they are is most of the way to manage them. E.G. You need to know that a DCT is not an auto and drive it as such, otherwise it will seem flawed and jerky. My only beef has been the mediasystem, which sometimes is laggy or refuses to read a USB. 4) I've only used a dealer, so have stealer prices. I've had no problems; the only thing was discovering half way through the Phase 1 run, they changed the door seals to be fewer then the first Phase 1's production run. It doesnt really make a difference - none i can notice - but i got the replacement seals from Renault Aus. 5) Make sure it has a proper service history either at the dealer or a good indi. If you buy a ~late 2014 onwards model, it should have the 5 year warranty, which may give you some peace of mind. Some of the early 2013's needed a recall to fix the spoiler and prevent it falling off - if you look at those years, check any recalls have been done.
  12. Real issues or "issues" a member here claimed he heard from a mates mates mate they were experiencing?
  13. Hi mate, I have the Sport Premium. Other changes are you get climate control vs just a/c and RS Monitor (which is a menu in the infotainment which shows g-forces, configurable engine stats, lap timer, power meter, gearbox temps etc). Premium gives you a leather steering wheel, but wheel rims are unchanged (being either sport or cup designs). You're looking at the right colours too LY is just the biz (am biased...). The usual story with performance cars - make sure its a good service history, and maybe try get hold of the VIN to check with Renault what it has had done to it under its warranty.
  14. Welcome! Be sure to check out the Clio IV forum... heaps of useful info, including best bang for buck mods .
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