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Clio 182 From Hobart


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Hey, I'm Jordan. I've owned an RS182 for over a year now. Slowly getting her how to how I want. Quite a few quality plans in store. Going for a semi stance/race look. Not all fussed about clean lines. Love that rough used look.

 

Met a member from Sydney today down here at the Sorell McDonald's. Quite friendly. Mentioned this site.

 

So far she has Milltek mufflers with Milltek midpipe delete. Soon to have a Milltek resonator with custom stainless muffler delete.

Grip Royal Si wheel with NRG race button for horn, Grip Royal rotator spacer & OMP hub.

Bride shift boot.

Dynamic D's in 15x8 +20 with 12mm spacers & 2" stretch.

Ph1 taillights.

 

Soon to have a nice roof rack, V6 Trophy Cup ducktail, red half-cage, Bride drivers seat...

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Welcome mate!

 

Nice to see a different take on the Clio. I actually don't mind the wheels but reckon the poke is too much on the spacers. If you ever have plans to lower it, you'll run into dramas at the rear without major fender work.

 

V6 spoiler will look great. Keep in mind you may need shorter boot struts to stop it fouling on the roof. The Cup spoiler, however, is a straight fit.

 

Where do you plan on getting the cage from? There's a shop in Sydney that has a jig for them and are reasonably priced.

 

Make sure you keep us updated with the progress! And any awesome roads you venture to around the Apple isle [emoji41]

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