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General Information

Name
Gary Bean
Year
1999
Make
Renault
Model
Clio Mk2 Ph1
Color
Goodwood Pearlescent Green (NV926)
Packages
RT 1.4 8v E7J 634
History
Owned since I passed my Test in 2006
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Modifications

Drivetrain
5 Speed Manual
Interior
Standard Interior with Car Seat Covers, USB Sockets (instead of Cigarette Lighter) Renault Megane Glasses Holder (above Driver Door) Mirror with built in Dashcam
Engine Bay Modified with Yellow Colour Coded Parts, HT Performance Leads, K&N Filter in Std Airbox, Front Strut Brace, Lego Battery Cover, NGK Iridium iX plugs, Air Intake Removed & Replaced with Silicone Hose & Stainless Joiners & Yellow Strut mount top Covers
Exterior
Headlight Protectors, Aluminium Bonnet (from a Ph1 Sport) Clio Grille Badge, colour coded wing mirrors, Dynamique / Sport Rear Brake light spoiler, Pi Springs & FK shocks (front 35mm & Rear 30mm lowered) Yellow Tinted Foglights & Philips DRL’s, Stainless Tailgate strip, Different Front Bumper splitter, Headlights changed from Standard to the Sport / Dual optic Headlights
Audio
Sony CD Tuner, Alpine Door Speakers
Lighting
Philips H7 Racing Vision (150%)Headlight Bulbs, LED side repeaters, interior light, & numberplate light & Ph2 Rear Lights
Exhaust
Standard Exhaust system + Sebring / Renault Stainless Back Box
Wheel and Tire
Renault 14” Saleya Alloys with Kumho 165/65/R14

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Ol’ Clio Engine Bay just about done - since the last Engine Bay pic, removed the Fiesta Strut Cover / caps and fitted Yellow ones, removed old air intake pipe (that I wrapped in Yellow Silicone Tape) and fitted a straighter pipe consisting of Yellow silicone hose sections being connected by stainless inner pipe connectors and clamped with Worm Drive clamps (to avoid cutting into piping like basic jubillee clips would do) and was fortunate to finally find an air intake scoop/ funnel like I had originally on my standard hose but was in as new condition and fitted better than the damaged one I had on it. A few odd decals (including my favourite one based on the 2.0l 16v decal from Clio Sports) The last thing done was to do a headlight conversion from standard mk2 ph1 headlights to the Dual optic ones - was a bugger to do as the conversion lead from H4 to H7 & HB3 was not wired correctly to start with so got my garage to wire them up and get the headlamps beam adjusted. The “New” headlights look great after I had polished them 👍🏻
 
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