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197/200 Brembo Conversion - Wheel Fitment Guide



  Clio 172, MK5 VW GTi
Hello

Can someone please help me confirm a list of what wheels fit on the Pure Motorsport 197/200 Brembo conversion for the 172/182 ?

Specifically, can someone please comment on if the 16" +38mm Team Dynamics 1.2s will fit or if a spacer is required

So far I have found the following:
16" Speedline Turini +45mm offsets - Requires 10mm Spacer
16" Speedline Cup Turinig +38mm - Fit
16" OZ Ultraleggera +38mm - FIT

Related Posts Regards to Brembo Conversion:

http://www.cliosport.net/threads/how-to-get-a-brand-new-brembo-4-pot-kit-for-under-£600.782877/
http://www.cliosport.net/threads/info-needed-brembos.777872/

EDIT - edited your post - optical
 
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MarcB

ClioSport Club Member
  Too Many
The PMS brackets are a good bit of kit and very nice.
I have so far had this eon my car with 300mm discs / 197/200/225 Brembos & PMS Brackets

Clio 172 Cup Turini's - No Spacer Needed
Clio Trophy Turini's - Spacer Needed
16" Speedline 2108s - Spacer Needed
16" Prima Racing Alloys - Spacer Needed
17" Twingo 133 Alloys - Spacer Needed
 

NorthloopCup

ClioSport Moderator
The PMS brackets are a good bit of kit and very nice.
I have so far had this eon my car with 300mm discs / 197/200/225 Brembos & PMS Brackets

Clio 172 Cup Turini's - No Spacer Needed
Clio Trophy Turini's - Spacer Needed
16" Speedline 2108s - Spacer Needed
16" Prima Racing Alloys - Spacer Needed
17" Twingo 133 Alloys - Spacer Needed
May be worthwhile posting what the offsets are on each wheel, and what size spacer is required mate. Obviously the cup turini is et38.5 and the trophy items are et45.
 

dablk

ClioSport Club Member
  Ex 182 owner
I dont know for sure but I would suggest theres less room on a standard 182 et45 wheel than there is on a Speedline et45 tropy turini. so yes i would defo say you will need some.
 
  Clio 172, MK5 VW GTi
Can somebody with the Team Dynamics also respond ?
Also if you have this setup brake setup up and running please state
- Wheel Type
- Wheel Offset
- If a spacer is required how much
 

dmacmillan

ClioSport Club Member
  Clio Sport 172
Hello All,

Is anyone aware if 16” Advan RG with ET44 would clear the PMS Brembo set-up with an 8mm - 10mm spacer?

Finding suitable lightweight wheels a challenge in NZ.

Cheers,
David


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Dave182T

ClioSport Club Member
  RB Clio 182 turbo
Ive got a set of Team dynamics 1.2s et35 16s running the 300mm disc kit from pure motorsport and they clear the face of the wheel with pleny room but are close to the barrel of the wheel.
 

dmacmillan

ClioSport Club Member
  Clio Sport 172
16x7" OZ allegrita et37 300mm disc
Now fitted with 10mm spacers.
Still wanna try 5mn
Hi there,
Do these wheels no clear the caliper without a spacer?

I understand that an ET35 (net of spacer, if any) is the sweet spot from handling perspective.

Many thanks,
David


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dmacmillan

ClioSport Club Member
  Clio Sport 172
did some testing with washers, came to nearly 3 mm, so fitten 3 mm spacers now.
Thanks for your reply!

Does that provide 3mm clearance between caliper and spokes? Does the caliper have reasonable clearance from the inner barrel?

I’d be grateful for a photo (or two).

Seriously considering an order (in race gold) for a Monaco blue phase 2 track car. Currently running Turinis - look fab, weight a ton.

Really appreciate your assistance. Trying to organise in NZ a nightmare.

A photo of the wee car follows ...

IMG_0283.jpg
 

YorkshireKyle

ClioSport Club Member
At some point I'll bolt my brembos on and test a 280mm setup with 15" TD 1.2's, 15" Rota Slipstream, 15" Non-sport dynamique wheels and 16" steel wheels. All with and without spacers. I can imagine they'll all need a spacer but doesnt bother me as I already run them as standard

When I eventually get round to putting them on for goos then anyone that needs wheels testing then give me a shout and you can always pop over and slap a wheel on my car and check fitment beforehand
 

dmacmillan

ClioSport Club Member
  Clio Sport 172

bozothenutter

ClioSport Club Member
Cheers feller.

So, if my eyes don’t deceive me, we’re looking at clearance of 1mm on the barrel and 2mm on the spoke?

Just so I’m clear, is that is using the 197/200 caliper and Pure Motorsport bracketry?

Many thanks,
David



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Nah barrel clearance looks worse than it is because of a raised edge.
but the calipers don't clear stick on weights.
spokes are 3mm clearance (as reccomended by Brembo) scientifically checked with a 3mm brass rod.

Hardware is by a french guy called Seiz, discs are Hispec, hats are Seiz again
 


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