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Ubermeister

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    RS265 RB8

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  1. Welcome! RE 18s or 19s - I think the 18s are typically more desirable but I'd add that the choice of tyre does affect ride quality as well. My RS265 rides so much better since swapping to Goodyear F1s.
  2. K-TEC racing in the UK sell non-genuine mats which might be a good option (allowing for delivery charges). If not you could get new from a Renault dealer or they do come up for sale second hand on gumtree / renault wreckers from time to time.
  3. Reminds me of when I purchased my Clio V6 in 2013. It had been owned by the same elderly person since new (2002) and whilst he'd had it serviced regularly the cambelt had never been changed. It had only done 18,000 miles from new but needless to say the drive back to my mechanic on collection day was somewhat nerve wracking!
  4. What makes you think it's not a genuine 172? You could make a 1.2 Clio look like a 172 but swapping the running gear etc. just wouldn't be worth while.
  5. Looks a nice car with some decent recent expenditure. This one for not much more jumps out at me though due to lower Ks and recaros... Check out this Renault Megane. https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2011-Renault-Megane-RS-250-Cup-Trophee-Manual/SSE-AD-5695294
  6. I didn't know Hertz had Megane RS' as rental cars - seems an odd choice for a rental company. Looks like a good clean car. Based on age it is technically over due a timing belt service (approx. $1-1.5k from a Renault Dealer)...try finding one for sale that isn't due this service though 🤣
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