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@GTIR James wrote:Welcome buddy. Nice to hear someone on here has a Clio sport.
Not much is needed to make them handle extreamly well.
I'd stay away from v max coilovers, I've got them on my 182 & they are way too harsh with not enough rebound, you would be much better off going for standard cup dampers with cooksport springs. Work excellent on track.
15s are a must for track, the car will feel much more planted round corners. Keep things simple & enjoy
@GTI-R US wrote:we may be able to sort something out with the Volks rims if you like them that is!
they are extremely light weight plus they already have boots on them too, also good clearance if you ever want a brake upgrade
2 of the little centre caps are missing but not dear to buy some others from ebay or I may have some wheel hub centres kicking about.
like james said I would steer clear of the vmax an d just go for upgraded springs, think we have a top mount prob on one of the dampers and I know one has leaked in past so worth seeing if you can pick up a set in good nick unless you can stretch to the coilovers which we will not be beaten on price with (around £60-100 cheaper than anywhere else on the net)
il reply to email tomorrow tim giving a date when I can get her in
Cliosport.net is pretty good, already ordered the wishbone and ARB polybushes from there. Just ordering the rear shock and steering rack ones now.@GTIR James wrote:No worries Tim. Might be worth signing up to cliosport.net & the Facebook group, lots of hits come up forsale on there.
@shroom wrote:Good to see you join up! Saw a lot of clios about at Bedford for the GTIROC track day a few years ago they were quick cars and took my VXR out very easily!
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