They steered beautifully but the way that wayward back end would unload was rather lairy. I always poo my pants giggling when young kids buy them and chunter away on the forums about the "go kart" handling. Yeah, right. I see a lot of go-karts in ditches...Stubbo said:Used to have a 205 1.8 diesel as my first car
Loud, slow, rattly, very twitchy round roundabouts, 2 complete brake failures , multiple trips to the scrapyard
No difference really when compared to a GTi. Suspension wise mines running the GrpN Bilstein shocks, 309 wishbones (for a bit more negative camber), 309front ARB (stiffer), 309 rear beam with thicker 306 ARB and Citroen ZX trailing arms (0 toe and more negative camber). Oh, a TransX LSD and 2.4turns lock to lock steering rack (Not forgetting the Safety Devices cage too)Dan said:Hi alan your car sounds pretty cool are you in any local clubs?
Ive allways fancied putting an mi16 in my 205 but i wouldn't like to upset the handling too much.
Is there much diference?
LOVING IT LOLAlan_M said:Otherwise, learn how to use Lift-Off-Oversteer to your advantage. Or just don't lift off the throttle when approaching a corner.
DAN CHECK MY AREA LOCATION UNDER MY NAME. :lol: :nod: :thumb: LOL WHERE IN THE TOWN ARE YOU AND DO YOU STILL HAVE A 205.Dan said:mine isn't my every day car i'll just use it at weekends to mess about in when it finally gets completed,
i live in the northampton area.