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General Chat /
« on: 12:59, Mon 16 February 2009 »
IMHO Ronals are strictly for old school look (completely original). Clio turbine can be easily found on RTOC in not more than two weeks. If I found something out, will let you know.

I always preferred 5 spoke alloys without any unnecessary curves or whatever...

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 09:55, Wed 11 February 2009 »
It all depends on your boost and turbo size. Also the cam has its part in whole story... You do not want too short gearbox since car will reach maximum rpm but not maximum boost.

BTW not all R9 boxes are the same...

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 05:58, Wed 11 February 2009 »
You can use any JB series gearbox. Cannot tell what each one ratio has but majority boxes from 5, 9, 11, 19 and 21 will fit 5.

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 05:56, Wed 11 February 2009 »
Closer to 170 bhp than 200 figure...

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 20:07, Mon 09 February 2009 »
It is black box in the scuttle area where main dizzy cable is connected. Primitive version of ECU :-)

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Renault 5 GT Turbo / Re: oil in vacuum pipe
« on: 16:08, Sun 08 February 2009 »
Quote from: "owe"
hi ive just removed the vacuum pipe to the aei to replace it with nice clean blue pipe an noticed that some oilly petrol smellin stuff dripped out of it, is this normal? i checked the carb elbow an thats clean an ive done the cup mod


Normal. Mine got dirty after few days of driving.

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Your cars /
« on: 19:23, Fri 06 February 2009 »
Quote from: "markeyturbo"
a good mate of mine is doing it..

K-tec is 500, this so far owes 50......

its not a copy, its the only way it'll fit with my setup


Didn't have anything bad in mind. I know that some K-tec manifold have problems working/fitting with larger DPs...

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Your cars /
« on: 11:56, Fri 06 February 2009 »
Markey, why copy of K-tec manifold?

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 19:19, Wed 04 February 2009 »
Quote from: "fishead"
Quote from: "jure"
De-choked carb makes difference only at high boost setups (20psi+). You will not notice the difference but only helps you with AFR since more air is entering intake manifold.

does it ???


Yes it does but in very small amount.

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 10:29, Wed 04 February 2009 »
De-choked carb makes difference only at high boost setups (20psi+). You will not notice the difference but only helps you with AFR since more air is entering intake manifold.

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 06:57, Wed 04 February 2009 »
Quote from: "markeyturbo"
my turbo never had a choke, and never had probs starting... just pump the pedal before turning it over, and it may need a few blips to keep it running when cold


Same strategy  with mine and it works. But it really deepens from car to car  :?

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Your cars /
« on: 13:51, Tue 03 February 2009 »
So young with so much experience. Great work mate and hope everything will be according to the plans ;-)

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Renault 5 GT Turbo /
« on: 09:01, Tue 03 February 2009 »
Choke cable needs to be removed completely. When carb is dechoked, flap is removed. Some also made complete circle on intake for better flow (they bore out straight part). Your brother could have some problems with starting the car on below zero temps.

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General Chat /
« on: 08:53, Tue 03 February 2009 »
AFAIK they are original Twingo ones. Few people have it around in Croatia and they got it with better equipped Twingys.

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