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crookston

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #15 on: 21:51, Thu 08 December 2011 »
Great project. I'll be watching this

gp0715

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #16 on: 18:13, Thu 15 December 2011 »
A few pictures I update my project:

The color is specified, Renault Megane II RS D38 "corrida orange"  :wink:  :wink:






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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #17 on: 20:23, Thu 09 February 2012 »
Welcome!
He's back. After a little break. 1.8 8V engine is ready, renovated, painted, assembled,

The chassis is still pending, I am angry about it, but it will arrive.









gp0715

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #18 on: 20:53, Sat 17 March 2012 »
Some picture:







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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary ->New project: F7P Conversion!
« Reply #19 on: 20:54, Sat 17 March 2012 »
Some picture:







cosmicrayturbo

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #20 on: 23:01, Sat 17 March 2012 »
Wow that's very different  :shock:

Looks very interesting, I will be watching your progress 8)

Are you going to fit the rear arches from the turbo bodykit and how will you do it?

I spent a weekend in Budapest, very nice. Beautiful women, unfortunately I went there with the wife :lol:
If you know of any links to sites that have any info on the pearly ones, pm please.

gp0715

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #21 on: 22:02, Mon 26 March 2012 »
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Wow that's very different  :shock:

Looks very interesting, I will be watching your progress 8)

Are you going to fit the rear arches from the turbo bodykit and how will you do it?

I spent a weekend in Budapest, very nice. Beautiful women, unfortunately I went there with the wife :lol:
Well quite different from the GTT, but it will be good :)

Fiber will be transforming the five-door chassis is the GTT optics!

Well, Hungarian women are beautiful;)

gp0715

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #22 on: 22:04, Mon 26 March 2012 »
Will soon be ready to paint;)
Here is some pictures:





cosmicrayturbo

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #23 on: 20:01, Mon 02 April 2012 »
Uh sorry I didn't quite understand :oops:
Will you be using the rear arches from a GT turbo?

If I do go to Budapest again I won't take the wife :lol:
If you know of any links to sites that have any info on the pearly ones, pm please.

gp0715

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #24 on: 12:02, Sun 20 May 2012 »
Hi! He had a trial run, but received an unpleasant surprise: (
Well drawn at the bottom is very strong ...
But the engine started knocking back together but not always unevenly ... I started to disassemble the cylinder head, took off from the control and the third drawn can plug in the cylinder head to be hung as large nor thought
I, even I started to split and the third plug for connecting rod bearings were separated completely dead .... it was a mistake! He turned away from the bearing. Metal all over the two-day oil sump trash, etc. etc. etc. ...

Yesterday I took the engine again, and I put on the stand this afternoon on Monday and everything goes to unlace renovation! (crankshaft grinding, new plugs, rings, etc ....)

[youtube:x41b17qy]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eg-5dWBhnz8[/youtube:x41b17qy]











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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary
« Reply #26 on: 18:06, Thu 30 August 2012 »
Nice project.. looks cool  8) You need to get cutting those rear arches so the back matches the front! If you're handy with a bit of fibreglass you'll do it no problem. I went all Blue Peter with cardboard and doublesided tape etc.. I would stick some photos up of mine but I don't have USB lead to connect my phone. Don't forget your chassis is 60mm longer than the 3dr so the skirts need extending by that amount.

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary ->New project: F7P Conversion!
« Reply #27 on: 14:17, Sat 20 October 2012 »
I'm starting a new conversion;)

Pictures coming soon;)

gp0715

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Re: R5 RSi from Hungary ->New project: F7P Conversion!
« Reply #28 on: 18:06, Mon 26 November 2012 »
8)  :wink: