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Discussion in 'Projects/Progress Threads' started by elcie, Jan 8, 2017.
Was that a boosted Clio?
It must have been you guys that my friend in his black R26.R were chatting too at Goodwood.
Epic! loving the spec and the look of this one
Very nice will watch this thread with interest
Maybe? an older guy, think my brother went out with him for a session track
No just NA, nice still
No way - is he ok? Met him and his car at Goodwood he was 2nd in the meguiars show and shine.
Right ok - Well not the one I was thinking of then..
Just ordered these today. We were after a good quality wheel stud kit to replace the current bolts, first off the bolts are a pain to line up with the spacers and second they have seen a fair amount of work, some people say you should replace every season due to the stretch and strain they are put under.
A Proper TUV approved, 10.9 grade hardness, high quality race spec bullet nose wheel stud conversion kit
Yeah fine as I'm aware, owns a yellow gen 4 now
Good to hear
This was a Pistonheads sunday service at Silverstone earlier this year, Jack my brother took the car as I was away.
In the McLauren tiled garage at the start of the day.......
On track with some M3 friends
And the number plates
Dirty end to the day
Love storm grey. How do you find the rsr's? I'm looking to get some track tyres for the spring.
Great, obversely there are better track tyres out there, like the dunlop direzza's, but for the price you can't beat them. Equally good enough in the wet.
When this Cayman GT4 was getting blue flagged on the damp day, I think that says it all. And he was pushing hard, sideways out of the corners. The traction control system works so well even with the Megane engine it feels factory standard, pulling the back end in line when needed and cutting out understeer.
Lovely looking car and a great project thread!
This is a lovely car, much the direction I'm planning to take mine although maybe without the R26 engine for a while!
Lovely thread this! Haven't read it all but why the 197 diffuser?
We had a 197 carbon one fitted but it just seemed a lot of money to be hanging out the back end on track, so sold it and got this one in a part ex, Also I slightly prefer it over the 200 one as it looks more like a real diffuser, plus the confusion when you pass people and that it's a 197 miltek exhaust so the tips poke out the back what I think looks a bit better, plus long days on track start to melt them so cheaper to replace this, but overall it doesn't really bother us that much and you barley notice it when around the car.