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vala
06-03-2006, 20:49
hello all :D
always had an intrest in the clio williams so thought I'd join up and have a snoop around, hope you don't mind :wink:
currently own a r5 gtt, piccy below,

http://www.rtoc.org/members/i/cars/TDUVFOGINRZFRXRKSHEB.jpg



Edited to show pic

big hp

richy
06-03-2006, 20:51
cool, very nice looking R5

big hp
06-03-2006, 20:58
Nice 5.


Welcome aboard.

Scott-16v!
06-03-2006, 21:09
Smart 5, welcome :)

FATBOY
06-03-2006, 21:12
welcome mate! loving the 5!

GazTwo
06-03-2006, 21:21
Hello mate, very nice 5 and looking very very standard.... 8)

Zollo
06-03-2006, 21:24
Great car 8)

Mind those pheasants though :P

vala
06-03-2006, 22:17
Hello mate, very nice 5 and looking very very standard.... 8)

looks wise its being kept just as ol louis intended (bar the sidey and ride height)

thanks for all the replies

holl
07-03-2006, 18:35
hiya welcome to the site! nice 5 my bf has one! :D

y4n
08-03-2006, 18:44
welcome and nice r5gtt 8)

Coops
09-03-2006, 11:40
welocme, top lookin motor mate! how many mad french ponies u got throguth that thing?!! :D

Clio b
09-03-2006, 11:47
hey... welcome 2 the site :D

vala
09-03-2006, 12:05
welocme, top lookin motor mate! how many mad french ponies u got throguth that thing?!! :D

it ain't got an engine in at the mo :oops:
took it out as it wasn't started to get used very often so decided on a rebuild and upgrade, doing an overhaul of the suspension set up as well.

as for power I wouldn't really like to say, with so many in accurate rr's out there its hard to find one you can say is correct....hopefully it'll be back together nov time this year and I'll take her up pod and she what sorta time and terminal speed she does...

Coops
09-03-2006, 12:20
quick tho n non standard under the bonnet i presume?! :twisted:

vala
09-03-2006, 16:46
quick tho n non standard under the bonnet i presume?! :twisted:

well running just a bar of boost through a t2/25 and with a sidey and induction kit off I managed a 14.2 at pod.........taking into account the sidey and induction prob add very minimal in terms of power I was impressed with that time.
shall see what the new engine can do once she's all done.....wouldn't mind doing track days though with it so handlings one of my main priority's.