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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-09-2019, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this, so I apologize in advance if it's not.

Would there be any benefit to splitting the Exige forum up?

It seems the S1 and S2 exiges are very similar, chassis is virtually the same, pretty sure there are S2's out there with rover engines, but even if not, they are the same configuration inline 4's. All in all, pretty close to the same car.

The S3's are completely different beasts. There are a lot of new versions (400, 410 etc) and they are all V6 powered on a completely new and different chassis.

It probably isn't a big deal, but just a thought. No worries any which way.

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Hi there,

We could look into this. Do other members of the community think this is a good idea?

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I'm not sure that there's enough activity on the Exige-specific forum to warrant the split. But that aside, I personally don't mind seeing and reading posts for all generations.

Edit: If a split was warranted anywhere, I think it'd be in the parts market.

Edit2: To clarify, I think the parts market should be split by nameplate (not generation). For example: Elige, Evora, Esprit, etc..
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Since this is primarily a US-based site, I don't think it would be worth the effort as we only received the 2ZZ Exige.

SELOC is a good resource for the other cars.

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Thanks, seems like there are some mixed opinions on this one.
We'll standby on this.

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Thanks, seems like there are some mixed opinions on this one.
We'll standby on this.

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