Agreed. Anyone who considers using their Elise at the track should address what was described as the "trilogy of terror". The toe links was one of the three key items known for ruining a good day at the track.
One of the first things I did was replace the stock toe links with a BOE set (their beefiest). I took a more basic method on my replacement, I carefully measured my length, adjusted the length of the replacement units to match, put them on, drove it straight to a 4 wheel equipped alignment shop. I gave the shop the "standard lotus values" for alignment. I did not want extra toe-in which some track folks prefer (the Elise already goes through 2 sets of rear tires, for every 1 set of fronts).
Storm titanium 2005 Elise with carbon fiber spoiler, BWR sway bar, BOE toe links, gPan2, LidBone, sector 111 wheel studs, Grey RAC Monolite wheels with toyo R1R, Team Dynamics 1.4 with Hoosier A6/R6s, Katana2 Supercharger, ECU with 265 flash. PPE headers w/decat, CEL angle eliminator, Silent touch catback, Rear Panel Eliminator, HKS intake, V2 fuel tank, Walbro255 fuel pump. HID lights.
Last edited by addertooth; 09-15-2019 at 10:06 AM.
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