Yellow RS250 cup

Discussion in 'Megane Projects' started by -Jamie-, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    May as well start one on here as well

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    Mods Done:
    Midbox Delete
    Blanking plate fitted
    Carbon Diamonds
    LED Interior lights
    Injen CAI
    Pagid RS29 Front pads, Yellowstuff Rear
    ATE Superblue
    Remap, 310bhp/340ftlbs
    Federal RSR's

    Plans

    Not many really,

    Seperate Track wheels
    FMIC
    Braided hoses
    Decat maybe
    Coilovers


    Check out my youtube page for plenty track videos

    www.youtube.com/zsjamie
     
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  2. Luke

    Luke RSM Admin

    That looks fantastic!
     
  3. Naith

    Naith RSM Admin

    I want to not like the mk3, I cant though, fit.
     
  4. Luke

    Luke RSM Admin


    They're epic on circuit. Blisteringly quick.
     
  5. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    Yep, Silly fast on track for a road car, as this photo proves :wink:
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    Went to Knockhill on Saturday, Was hot.


    Ruined some Tyres, Brakes, Set a new PB and burnt a LOT of fuel.


    Will get a proper report up over the next couple days once some in-car footage has uploaded.
     
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  6. I was always too scared to take my R26 on Knockhill after seeing some 'youngfla' drive his Citroen AX GT into the back of a 911 Turbo, hope he was insured.
     
  7. Daz

    Daz RSM Club Member

    That looks great - looks cracking on track!
     
  8. TimR26

    TimR26 South Central RSM Area Rep

    Nice 250 :smile:
     
  9. Very nice car!! I Bet you love every minute of ownership
    My mates arranged me a 265 on the Nurburgring as a surprise for my bachelor party, after that i promised myself i'll need to get a MK3 RS as soons as funds allow!
    Truly epic cars and the build quality is in a different league compared to the MK2's imo
     
  10. looks tiny in that photo next to the fezza, bet it made an epic noise!

    lovely car bud
     
  11. How are those pagids working out for you? I'm interested in a track brake pad myself, but can't make up my mind...
     
  12. Very nice indeed
     
  13. Looks great
     
  14. Very nice car pal. Just watched a few videos, sounds like a jet fighter on boost!! Is that just a panel filter?
     
  15. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    Nah it's running the Injen CAI with a massive cone filter
     
  16. Sounds nothing like my 225 with a cone filter, makes me want a RS250 now lol. Top driving btw. :cool:
     
  17. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    Cheers dude, The parcel shelf is out as well so that probably contributes :smile:
     
  18. Watched some of your videos on Youtube, Sounds crazzy!! Also wanted to ask where did you get injen CAI as i cant seem to find one in uk.
     
  19. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    Got it 2nd hand mate, think I have a link to a UK company that can get them, will post it up when I get home from work
     
  20. Jamie that looks stunning mate
     
  21. Thanks mate :smile:
     
  22. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    Ought to update this now eh LOL.

    Coming up for 5 years in my ownership as well this summer!


    Updated Spec, No doubt ill have forgotten a few things

    365bhp/385ftlbs, Mapped by Ecotune
    RST Hybrid
    630cc injectors
    Injen CAI
    3" Decat
    Midbox Delete
    Lightweight SMF
    OZ Superleggera, 18x9 and 18x8
    DIY Uprated Mounts
    Powerflex Black insert for engine mount
    Vibratechnic lower Dog Bone
    Powerflex Black ARB bushes
    Full Super Pro lower arm bush kit
    AST 5100 Coilovers with adjustable topmounts
    Adjustable shorter Droplinks
    Modified Suspension Turrets
    Uprated N4/Clio Cup Swivel joints
    Braided Hoses
    Motul RBF fluid
    Carbotech XP10's up front with Pagid RS29's on the rear
    Rear Wiper removed
    Partially Stripped
    Cobra Suzuka Pro Fit seats
    Schroth 6/4 point Harness
    CAE Shifter
    Sabelt Wheel


    Think thats the main ones, Got a few plans for this year. Namely Cage, Uprated Clutch, Custom exhaust/Intake, Lightweight battery relocated to the cabin and a few other bits and bobs but thankfully most of the expensive stuff is now done.



    May also forge it and go 3076 next winter as well...

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  23. That looks well. Love the wheels. Might change colour of my wheels looking at ur photo as mm mk3 250 cup in same hue. 365bhp must be really quick on track mine with just under 300horses feels quick enough.
     
  24. Fantastic update Jamie. That's a weapon :smile:
     
  25. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    Thanks, it's only really been the last year that the mods have gotten serious, a testament to how good they are out the box.

    Always amuses me when people buy them then throw money at them straight away pointlessly without even learning how to fully exploit the chassis.
     
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  26. Lol that's the car people for you... I have racer friends that are genuinely impressed with the times the stock car does. I'm so tempted to start playing with it as I know it'll be quicker still but it's already quicker than most things in track and it can get boring.
    Yours will be sibnificantly quicker still.
    I doubt it'll be long before we see some trick Meganes like yours being competitive in Motorsport.
    Any pans for it? :smile:
     
  27. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    We have SLS up at Knockhill which was meant to be a cheap way to get into motorsport, Kinda like Time Attack on a budget. However over the last few years of it running its went the way that all race series do and turned into a money thing if you want to be the quickest. Ill probably still do a couple rounds as the Megane will still be competitive but ill need to either turn the boost down or give it more/less weight as the classes are done on power to weight.
     
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  28. Love what you've done so far, turrets look neat as well! :sunglasses:
     
  29. Nail on the head mate. I've watched this series develop and if you want to be at the front then its cash and quality parts/set-ups now. Some of the machinery is frightening and outstanding in equal measures. Been on track at a couple of their trackday sessions last year and was shocked at the pace of some of the top cars.
     
  30. I did SLS last year 2016 and ran between class F and E in my 172 Cup Clio. Highly recommend it, great series and great bunch of guys. I didn't spend a lot, couple new front tyres every round, fuel and entry that's about it.
     
  31. Cracking Megane too Jamie
     
  32. Definitely recognise this one from Clio land. Looks good. Hopefully have one of my own soon!
     
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  33. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    255s
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  34. I loved the AD08s when I ran them on my Clio. They took some proper stick, so many heat cycles it was silly.
    They did end up giving the ghost a bit when the oils bled out of the rubber but even then they still worked but just lost the edge a bit.

    Good choice :smile:
     
  35. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

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  36. Very nice!
     
  37. I like the wheels might get my trackday alloys done
     
  38. Brilliant thread!!!

    What's the theory behind using 18"x9" at the front and 18"x8" on the rear? (That is, if that's what you're doing.) Rather than 18"x9" all round?
     
  39. -Jamie-

    -Jamie- RSM Moderator

    It wasn't really by choice, I had bought the wheels on the understanding they were all 9j but when they showed up they wern't
     
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  40. Cool. I was wondering if there was clearance or other issues with fitment, that's all.

    Such good info here from your experience!
     

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