I just got finished installing the BOE brake cage and took it for the first test drive. I wanted to add a little more detail to the product because I think it is a lot cooler then they have made it out to be.
First is what you get: A really well made brake cage, with ports for brake pressure data, and well made brake hoses that fit well into the existing fittings.
There are a good enough set of install instructions you get with it, but I had a few things to add to them after installing it in a car with HVAC and as stock as possible, on a stock car you need to slightly relocate the filter drier on the AC and cut the plastic shroud on the Exige for the end of the masters and hoses to have clearance. Then you can cut a small hole in the plastic on the passenger side of the firewall for the balance knob connector (you can see this in one of the pics below).
The feel of the brakes is COMPLETELY different, you have MAX 1" of travel on the pedal and the braking is all done by pressure not movement, and best of all you can really trail off the brakes nicely, I think this will be worth a ton of time. I will update this with more once I have tracked the car.
Some install tips:
-Get the bolts on the pedal rod loosened before you install it then get the rod close to the right lenth before you tighter everything up incase you cant reach one of the nuts.
-I thought it was easiest to install the hoses from the brake lines back to the master, but YMMV
Below are some pics of the install and finished product.
Sorry the car is so dirty, it has 80k hard miles on it. Track, winter, crossed the ocean 2x, daily driver etc.
Shroud cut out to allow the hoses clearance:
Before putting the shroud on:
Where I ran the bias bar and brake sensors through the firewall. I then filled the gap with silicone.
Where I mounted the brake lines to the firewall. Also the really nice sensor mounts and the ports to "bench bleed" the masters once installed. Make sure you use these vs bleeding the whole thing at once.