Who wouldn't want that ultimate car that you can comfortably use daily, then drive it to the Nürburgring, complete a lot of fast laps, and drive home again.
The aim of this project is to create a car with the perfect balance between competitive track performance, and practical road car use. As an ever evolving build we're always finding areas for improvement and constantly developing various areas of the car in order to further push the boundaries of what's considered “possible” for daily driving, practical road cars. This entire project has been top-shelf with absolutely no shortcuts allowed. Everything has been designed to be the best it can physically be and it shows in the drive-ability, lap times, and overall finish of the car.
This long-term customer project came to us a little while ago after the owner placed an order for one of our Titanium exhaust systems to reduce weight and improve the sound of the car. By decreasing weight we weren't only maximising acceleration but handling capabilities and the overall drive-ability of the car was increased too.
(For more information on the titanium exhaust click here)
Despite this not being a race-car you can see the quality of the work has not been compromised in comparison to the systems we build for prototype and GT teams worldwide.
The next stage of the build was to upgrade a few more of the components on the Megane before we began setting up the chassis. We supplied and fitted a Super B SB12V20P-SC battery into the spare wheel well, which we secured with a stainless steel mounting system and a charging point under the bonnet, incorporating the ECU and cable terminal mount.
We also supplied and fitted fresh Superpro front ARB bushes, and carried out a service on the car using a genuine oil filter and Millers Nanodrive oil. Alongside this we mounted some gorgeous Recaro Pole Position bucket seats into the car with custom made subframe mounts in order to stop the seats flexing on the standard subframes during cornering.
Once we had most of the components fitted to turn this Megane into a serious track toy, it was time to focus on creating more power and delivering straight line speed. Before we could do this we had to ensure we could deliver that power safely and reliably, without compromising the day-to-day driveability of the car. Alongside TTV racing we de