Great looking car ... but I think I prefer the 2-11 red colour scheme !
Whats the spec of the V6 ?
Performance compared to the 2-11 ?
Have you still got the Radical ?
Radical was sold in 2014.
I like my 2-11 color scheme as well -- had it redone in Ferrari Corsa Scuderia red, same color used on Ferrari's F1 car. But, decided to go with a different color when ordering the V6 Exige.
The CupR is basically stock (engine-drivetrain-powerwise) -- it does have the X-Trac sequential. We will most probably be adding headers and a tune in the near future now that BOE has cracked the newer EFI ECUs …. maybe a few other "power" options that VSA has up its sleeve. All other changes from stock include the usual …. improve the car's hot weather capability by going with a better radiator option; change out the instrument cluster to something one can read and that data-logs (AIM MXS) plus additional sensors to monitor the important stuff; install a track re-packable muffler, simplify and add lightness -- dropped ~150 pounds; and some other changes for ergonomics and the like.
As for performance compared to the 2-11, they are very close even though the 211 has a BOE-built motor/tune and the V6 is stock. HP/Weight ratio favors the 2-11 currently, nevertheless the V6 can hold it's own. 2-11= ~5.5hp/lb: CupR= ~7hp/lb
You might be interested in viewing the video I made back in Oct/2016 comparing the two running the same track on the same day and turning virtually identical times, albeit the V6 was on more heat-cycled tires. Since then on several occasions, I've bested my previous PB laps turned in the 2-11 driving the V6. Of course, I still love the 2-Eleven, have had it for 9 years (since acquiring it new in 2008) and hope to have it for another 9 years, if I can still drive it at the ripe old age of 79.