Yeah thanks for all the effort RS-Editions.
I appreciate that there might be a language barrier but he could possibly make it a bit clearer and easier to understand.
But then again my Dutch is non existent.
It wouldn't take too much effort to set up a PayPal account,I would have thought it...
This is probably a stupid question.
The issue is that these dampers might not be genuine Trophy dampers,if their not what else might they be for?
If they are dampers for the Twingo I'm assuming that their not going to fit/work on the Trophy?
Or will they still fit but the handling...
I'm not on Facebook so I can't send messages etc.
Is Jesse just an individual who just happens to have these Sachs?
Or I'm presuming he has some sort of business dealing with car parts if he has 20 pairs in stock?
In other words,guaranteed to put a smile on your face every time :smiley:
The 996 GT3,especially if it's a Gen 1,must be quite a rare car as well.
It's great to be able to enjoy them both anyway.
Congrats on the new addition.
Do these use the 3.5 V6 now?
Wonder what it's like compared to the 996 GT3?
Both are stripped out racers but I'd imagine the Exige is on a completely different level regarding back to basics motoring.
You have a cracking collection there
Does fitting something like the Koni shocks make all that much difference in comparison to running an original rear shock?
Does Koni do a particular shock for the Trophy or is it really just for the 182 model in general?
Seems like you have some cracking roads on your doorstep :smile:
Is the standard Clio 200 like this or is it just the Cup version or cars equipped with this suspension?
I think Evo did an article recently and the Clio 200 Cup got great reviews.