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Hey Guys...

Remember the post re. the deletion of the "Revised Steering" on the Cup pack for the Fullfat 225?

I was told that the site (www.renaultsport.co.uk) was in the process of being revamped, well it has... but no mention of the revised steering...

Look:

http://www.renaultsport.co.uk/newsite06/roadcars/megane225/specification/options/

Cup Chassis

- 18" Lightweight Anthracite Alloy Wheels
- Anthracite coloured door mirror housings
- Dunlop Sport Maxx tyres 235/40 R18 (ilo 225/40 R18)
- Drilled front and rear brake discs
- Uprated front and rear spring rates (25% front and 77% rear)
- Re-tuned front / rear damper settings
- Increased brake master cylinder diameter

No mention of the retuned steering?!

a.- Become standard on all 225's?
b.- Not available on the cup pack?
c.- Typo? Again?

Looking forward to your theories....
 

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They've revised the look of the site, but the content, in particular the specs, seems to be exactly the same as far as I can see.
 

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it will be a standard change accross the range now rather than something the cup has over the full fat, you'd know about it if you had phase 1 full fat steering as its heavier than the trophy/cup setup
 

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It would not trust the spec on the new site, it lists the cup and the F1 as a 5 door car. If they can not get the number of door correct what else is wrong.

Uncle
 
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jonseal said:
it will be a standard change accross the range now rather than something the cup has over the full fat, you'd know about it if you had phase 1 full fat steering as its heavier than the trophy/cup setup
...In other words... Are they making the revised steering standard on all 225s... Makes sense... considering all the grief 225´s get for having a "disconnected" steering ... something which I somehow agree....
 

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yeah the new ones have electric power steering so its lighter, with 225 bhp to the front wheels they have to meat up the power steering to stop tramlining/tourque steer unfortunately
 
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