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    Renault 19 Spark Plug Leads

    Does anyone know any brands of any sports performance plug leads? I am looking at replacing the boring black ones and getting something better. Can anyone recommend any brands and any places in Sydney that sells them?

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    Save your money dude! Put it towards an RS Clio or something.

    The R19 Auto is never going to be a sports car, no matter what you do to it...
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    Yeah, you're right, Europa. The best Daniel can expect is R16 performance, by my reckoning.

    Daniel, unless there's something wrong with your existing leads, replacements ARE a waste of money. If you really want them, though, you make a custom set up by taking yours off and going to any car parts joint and matching them up by length.

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    Stuey


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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Yeah,

    my sister & cousin have R19 manuals. Fantastic little cars, but for some reason they both feel very 'flat' especialy after driving a bog standard BX19tri. The main problem I have with the R19 is it's ridicuously undergeared steering with about 20 turns lock to lock (ok, ok I exagerate, but I'm used to a daravi powered cit ).

    Basicly a brilliant little car, but if you want more go, you'll really need to get into a different type of Renault (Every Renault I've ever driven has been fantastic!).

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