ClioSport Club Member
Clio 172 Cup&Leon K1
Yeah your right. I’ve spent an hour every morning last week messing with the position. It’s fairly central yeah, loads better than the seating position in my old blue cup shell with standard rails and seat subframes.Getting seat position right is one of the most difficult tasks on a race car. This looks good though. Is it fairly central to the steering wheel where you have it?
It was your set up I was copying tbf as I knew you had the grommet kit I presumed it would be a bit longer.
I’ve driven the same clio cup with hard lines and then with braided, and both were fine to me tbh, all personal preference.I would personally just make up new lines and have it exactly to length for efficiency. You might notice a slight difference in the pedal if the inside was hardline and to length rather than braided. I had a full braided setup and switched to 3/4 hardline and found things a bit more consistent on the pedal.
I'm not sure any got made on a car originally. Then there the M10/M12 master cylinder differences. And the bias valve differences (mine is American so is ideally made to be the wrong way round.I really don't know how there are so many different variations of this hose kit.
First set gets made on a car to fit perfectly, then all dimensions go into a hose register along with fitting orientation.
I wondered why my bias valve was back to front My ocd is telling me order another one.I'm not sure any got made on a car originally. Then there the M10/M12 master cylinder differences. And the bias valve differences (mine is American so is ideally made to be the wrong way round.
But it should certainly be a lot easier than it is. If I knew now, I'd have got my local supplier to come make them on the car. Much the same price and would have been perfect. Colours are an issue though