100,000 miles and still going

Discussion in 'Clio 200T Area' started by steve32c, Jan 9, 2018.

  1. steve32c

    steve32c

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    North East
    Car:
    Clio 200t
    Well it took a little longer than thought but it has finally ticked over into 6 figures 284130082250683a850384dd4f9e4b04.jpg
    Also took it in for tweak on the remote map I got from RStuning tuning nearly two years ago after changing a few bits and it made 232bhp with winter tyres on just on the first run. So wasn’t much left to tweak so that map was left as it was. Advised if I wanted to chase numbers I’d need to change the down pipe and induction but that would possibly only give me another 8 ponies at best.
    To be honest i was happy with the 232 possibly a few more once I put my standard tyres back on.
    Thoroughly recommend get an RStuning map if you haven’t already done so it will put a smile on your face the first time you put your foot down in fun
     
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  2. Chris

    Chris Bad cop Administrator

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    LY 200t
    Bravo mate!

    Mine hit 50k over Christmas!
     
  3. Foxspeed

    Foxspeed "the new red baron" Moderator

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    must be the highest miles 200t in the country! :french:
     
  4. Pav

    Pav Moderator

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    albi blue 197 with boost
    it certainly gets used :track:
     
  5. steve32c

    steve32c

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    Location:
    North East
    Car:
    Clio 200t
    No track not even launch controlled either, just motorways
     
  6. turkie172

    turkie172 Paid Member

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    Location:
    N. Ireland
    Car:
    197
    Clio 172 Sept 2014
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    Then this
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    3 moths later 2000 miles a 17 year old 3 months past his test ( I was his second accident he when on to have a third.)

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    I was sitting in a queue of cars inside the 30 MPH limits saw him coming my handbrake and foot brake full on had the car since 30 miles on the clock gutted but impressive distance push up the road when you see the rear light lenses landed. Anyway you need to take the long way home to match that mileage.
     
  7. steve32c

    steve32c

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    Location:
    North East
    Car:
    Clio 200t
    Hopefully no injuries.
    Long way home! My trip home is long enough because of my job where I work and live when I’m in the country it’s a 840 mile round trip on a weekend plus any mileage whilst at home if I hadn’t of been out of the country for months on end over the past four years since getting the car then it would be a lot higher.
    My 182 had 164000 on the clock after 8 years, so this one is on track to surpass that figure.
    Cars are there to drive and hopefully still look good to the passing eye.
     
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  8. turkie172

    turkie172 Paid Member

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    Location:
    N. Ireland
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    197
    I agree they are there to drive, they drive well, you enjoy the drive then drive on just not into each other and if they increased the speed limit we could get the miles on faster and be home quicker.
     
  9. Antti O

    Antti O Paid Member

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    Location:
    Mikkeli, Finland
    Car:
    Clio 197 Ultra red 2007
    Oh what a mileage for so new car. My car do have only 110.000kilometres, 75.000miles?
     

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