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Terrible thread, OP needs to get a grip, the 1*2's are cheap to run compared to just about everything else that is as quick.
I used to do 250 miles a week and spend about £45, and as for your milltek and decat hurting your mpg its not, the only thing hurting your mpg is your right foot, my mpg...
If it was track orientated or had Interesting things to do such as Gaydon or Duxford (duxford was awesome btw) then I'd have been there. However Billing no thanks only live 30 miles from the place, never been but know its a s**t hole.
My auto wipers used to do my head in, pretty much seemed to do the opposite of what you wanted them to do. I found the auto wipers on my 306 to be worse and the ones on my fiesta st are better but still not perfect.
Most people refuse to post them as they usually get damaged in transit fingers crossed for you.
I also have serious bad feelings towards renparts after they lied through their teeth regarding a used engine last year, delivers late and was seriously down on compression despite promises it was...
I don't think so, I'm 26 and on a very good wage for my age.
A couple of dealers had one in but it was in the showroom, I was told If I bought it I could take it round the block! I mean how do you expect to sell a 'drivers car' like that? Never had an issue test driving a 200 when they came...
Never said it did, but f**k Renault thinking it will just sell without even letting people drive one.
I'm sure they are a spot on drive but when its my hard earned cash going on a car not just leasing it for a year then I want to drive it beforehand.
Have you even read the thread, he states there was metal in the inlet.
Sounds like yet another dropped valve on a f4r, happened to me last year. Seems to be happening more frequently now these engines are starting to age.
Pick a replacement engine very carefully and be wary of Renparts who will...
I genuinely loved my 182, and loved driving it, (even loved the chavvy exhaust) I agree completely it's a car you could enjoy thrashing it or just gently driving it to the shops, the 182s came well specced for the age.
If I could afford one as a 2nd car to track I'd have one.
Sadly mine was...