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Hey all we are picking up an RCZ tomorrow and thought would join the forum. Car is a 14 plate GT, while my girlfriend has wanted an rcz for years I must admit I know nothing about them. I was really impressed on the test drive and with the spec of the car. Is there a link that shows what standard spec and what are extras? I will have a better look tomorrow but from memory it has auto lights/wipers, Bluetooth, possibly cruise control something on left stick under steering wheel, electric memory and heated seats, front and rear sensors, full leather and 19's. Never noticed if it had nav.

Do all the FL car's have xenons? anyway look forward to learning about the RCZ.
 
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The only extras you need are JBL sound system and xenon lights :cool:

Not all FL have xenon lights.
 

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Thanks for the reply, not sure if it has either but will find out tom! Was just so taken back by cars condition the body work was immaculate.
 

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Hi and welcome sounds like you’ve bagged yourselves a beauty, sounds like you have a GT spec car but to be honest the options on extras were huge and can add up to some serious cash. If you have a nav it will have the flip up screen on top of the dash.
Anything you need to know should be here in the forum if you can’t find what your looking for just ask we’re a friendly bunch just happy to answer anything and help out. We also have meets and events throughout the year where likeminded owners come together, one you must attend is this years 10th anniversary of the RCZ which is being held at the Yorkshire air museum there may well be over 100 RCZ’s there all displayed in one area! see the events section for further details all are welcome 👍
 

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Thanks for the welcome. Quite a distance from Yorkshire but does sound like a great meet.

Can anyone tell me what tools came with the rcz as standard? I assume tyre goo over a spare and maybe a jack, wheel brace and something to remove the centre caps?
 

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Hi there and welcome to the forum.
No Jack comes with the car but a 308 jack will do the job as they have a grove in the jack for the jacking points, or you can get a rubber Puck to fit your trolley jack like this _20200112_161315.JPGhope this helps you can find there on ebay....
Drive safe and stay lucky 🍀
Les n Co
 

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Hi thanks for the welcome and for the advice re the puck.

The dealer supplied the car with no tyre mobility kit or wheel brace etc so just trying to determine what I should have as i intend to ask them to supply whatevers missing.

They still have the car as they failed to have the wheels powder coated as agreed so they are now having this carried out.
 

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Your missing your compressor with integrated tyre foam cartridge should look like this A943F4B0-6CD6-4A0F-B571-45227DA80F25.jpeg
 

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Thanks that actually was in the boot but I never took it out for a look. I just assumed that was just a compressor. Is the cartridge replaceable when it goes out of date?

Will likely just pick up a couple of cans of holts tyre weld.

All that was in the boot was that orange compressor and locking wheel nut for the alloys.
 

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Yes you can replace the cartridge. And you have the standard equipment then, just seem to be missing the little yellow plastic tool for removing the wheel nut covers.
 

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Yes I think the best way forward is to get the a spare wheel full size 19" will fit in the tyre well its a bit tight but will fit, might need to pack the boot tray. You may consider a space saver wheel as other's have done just do a search for the info on the best one for you. Hope this helps you out...
Drive safe and stay lucky 🍀
Les n Co
 
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