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Atzuuh's Clio 2 Ph1 1.2 8V RNA


ClioSport Club Member
Hello all.
(First of all, im from the Netherlands, so sorry for any grammar mistakes)
Im Atze, I have a 1.2 Clio as my first car. It's has some mods done like the Dynamique spoiler and Ph2 rear lights.
Here a short list of mods (could be that I forgot 1 or 2 things):

- Fog lights
- BSA Motorsport 689 15" alloys (Made in Australia, that's what I found on internet)
- Phase 2 rear lights
- Original Renault Clio mudflaps
- RS headlights
- Dynamique spoiler color coded
- Fog lights surrounds color coded
- Rearview mirror caps color coded
- ClimAir wind deflectors
- Little Clio emblem in front grille

- Winter tires set, steel with Aquarius wheel caps

- RS door panels
- Electric windows (were manual first)
- Fitted original radio, screen on top of dashboard and steering column remote control (don't know if that's the right word, but I think you guys get it)
- Yatour Radio interface
- Initiale bag in the trunk

- Clear side repeaters
- Clear license plate light

- RS seats (front and rear)
- RS gearknob and dashboard trim

Engine wise nothing because it runs perfectly. Did replace the battery 2 weeks ago. The battery said 2005. So 12 years without a single problem. That is pretty good for a battery, isn't it?

I'm always open for any other modifications/tips.
And does anyone know how to change your profile picture? Can't find it out how to change it.

First picture is when I bought it. And the one with the yellow RS was taken yesterday.


rs en mijne.jpg

Thanks for reading :)
I think I still have some clear side repeaters somewhere. Interested? If I can find them... There are also some 172 front seats for sale on Marktplaats atm.


ClioSport Moderator
I’d be looking to get sport headlights and fog lights too. Improves the front end a lot!

I’ve always had a soft spot for the little 8v’s after one being my first car.
Looking at his second pic I think he already installed sport headlights and foglights.

I would do the following:
Clear repeaters
Lowering springs
Nicer wheels

I wouldn't go crazy with it as you probably want to upgrade it in a few years anyway.


ClioSport Club Member
Managed to get myself a real cheap and good looking RS interior.
2 front seats and rear seats. Just needs some cleaning and will fit them soon.
Now it's waiting for the ClioSport package to arrive, so I can fit the sticker.
  Clio 1.6 16V
Managed to get myself a real cheap and good looking RS interior.
2 front seats and rear seats. Just needs some cleaning and will fit them soon.
Now it's waiting for the ClioSport package to arrive, so I can fit the sticker.

Can you post some photos of the interior ?


ClioSport Club Member
Hello, so this thing is still alive and kicking.
In the beginning of 2019 I decided I wanted to do something crazy, and I did. I bought a parts Clio with A/C and swapped everything over. Rewired both of the engine and interior loom. Fitted all of the components. All of this took longer than I planned but after a bit more than 3 years the A/C blows a cold 6,6 degrees Celcius. So it wasn't a waste of time. Really glad it worked as it should.

Here is a list of things I've done also done in the last 5 years:
- Bought, refurbed and fitted the Taurus wheels. Also known as the 16V wheels
- Got roofbars for 5 euros which otherwise would end up in the bin
- Fixed some rubbers on the suspension that dried out, also some of the wheelhouse covers(?)
- Managed to fix the electric window on the left
- Got the foglights to work on the steering column switch instead of a loose switch
- Sold the RS interior and bought a 16V interior
- Polished the headlights
- Replaced both brake hoses on the front for MOT
- Maintenance
- Middle part of the exhaust was all rusted so that needed replacement
- Fixed the broken axle clamp and cleaned all of the CV joint grease. And put in some new grease in the CV joint cover

Soon I'll service it again since I drove more than 11k kilometres because of my internship. Will also fix the odd noises that's coming from the front suspension.

And hopefully as well the check engine light...





How it sits now, with summerwheels that is:

Bit of a long post. But really glad it's all coming together. Need to do a few things here and there. But this project is almost done.
Thanks for reading all of it!