Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Perth, western Australia
It looks like the hinged approach gives one some access, but it looks like one is (still) going to be reaching in from over the wheels and only from the sides... I know you haven't been there yet, but do you feel the side access will be sufficient for most maintenance endeavors (or is this a case of: being so much better than via the top hatch, that it's got to be worth it)? And beyond that: can one still fully remove the clam by pulling the hinge pins, or does one have to detach one side of the hinges to do such?
If you do intend to work on your own car and do any mods then this is really a no-brainer. I used to build my own kits, a bit different from Phil's but not doing that now. Just get the kit and believe me you will NEVER regret it. I would not have a car like mine without a tilting clam !!
2009 Elise S,Rev 400 ,t Ferrea Valves , MWR springs,PPE headers and decat,SSC Harness bar, PenskeDA,Shaved V2 steering arms ,FF engine damper. Saikou Michi catch cans, Modded Toyota E153 gearbox ,60l Proalloy fuel tank , Aeromotive 320 fuel pump,Exedy clutch LSD , SSC ECU, CompositeWorx SP1 seats ,Varexy muffler, Haltech Elite 1500 ECU, Racepak IQ3 Street dash, Aussie-clamhinge.