Yes they are difficult and time consuming to powdercoat, easy to do just the top caliper brace abc that’s it. I’d guess time and effort would be a pita. Easier to spray paint yourself with some rattle cans from halfords and clear coat on top.
Good point above ^ i'm curious whether anyone has thought about a machined adaptor mount you could bolt up to the front there and the rear where the current jack mounts are to give additional rigidity and width for a normal floor jack to contact to?
In my humble opinion i hold the PMS system as the best of the best for exhaust systems out there for the Trophy. The quality is second to none and in combination with the mounting system and weld quality on the flanges makes it #1.
Great source of inspiration. I also have an inferno orange clio 182 cup which was released as an F1 edition here in Australia. I am building it up to my ultimate daily driven street spec car as well there is a thread of it on OzRenaultSport.
I am refurbing my entire setup with freshly rebuilt Sachs from BG with new Koni adjustable rear dampers alongside the Eibach Sportlines. I think that look with the Sportlines are bang on great. never been a real fan of the 4x4 look on the trophy on stilts. So happy compromise.
What’s the difference in height between eibach sportlines and the eibach mark fish spring?
I plan on running koni adjustable on the rear with eibach sportlines with the front Sachs on eibach sportlines as well. How does it compare to the mark fish spring setup? Same for road compliance and height?
Thanks guys i'll see if i can get my jack stands to extend as high as those load points at the rear of the car. Otherwise i'll just place the jack stands on the rear sills with rubber blocks when i remove the rear beam.