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Nice work!

Also ich bin auch sehr interessiert wenn die Teile auch bei einer Exige passen
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Ok, guys, next week i'm going to do some modifications. on the car.
During that I will take some pictures of both, front and rear hinge.
But please, since i don't want to post them here, please send me your email-adress and I'll send you the pix in the first week of April.
My mail is: crossroad_256 [at] gmx.de
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@Chrispy : Haven't received your mail so far... ---> [email protected]
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Looks great ... Keen to see the pics as just looking at how to make my Elise QR
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I still have a few weeks ahead of me to wrap up other items so this would be a great opportunity to wrap up my custom Exige splitter and put a front and rear hinge in.
Email sent, great work.
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Hi all,
it has been a Long time since I've been here the last time.
As I can see there are some others that want to see Pictures. Since i haven't got any mail (maybe they were deleted by the junk mail filter, I try now to post the Pictures here.
Do not concern about the state of all the parts. They have been in there for a couple of years and since they weren’t powder coated the ravages of time take their toll on all the parts. I am about to bring them back into a nice condition but this also takes some time ;-)
So, enjoy the pics and do not hesitate to ask me if you’ve got questions.
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...the next five pics.
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And here are the pics of the rear clam:
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forgot the pics...
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and finally the last ones
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Looks like you still have to remove the roof. Damn.
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Right, since my car is an Elise not an Exige...
But I think there should also be a simple solution for your fixed roof...
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Is that an oil cooler under the rear right side of the of the car, behind the rear right wheel arch? I'd be interested in how that's mounted.
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Nfiniti, right, that's what People call an oil cooler.
Beside the right rear wheel and directly onder the right rear frame. Mounted with some brackets made of Aluminium.
The only thing that is missing are some baffels to lead the air to the cooler... Up to then a fan hast to do his Job...
Unfortunately I don't have any more pics of the oil cooler mounting...
The only Thing I can tell you at the Moment is that it's just a small cooler with 210mm width and 19 rows...
When I'm back home again I can take some pics of the complete assenbly if you want...

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I would have pursued this, but after having the car apart now for a few months and not having driven it in several months I may forego. The front clam only takes 20 mins now
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Please do, I'd be interested

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Nfiniti, right, that's what People call an oil cooler.
Beside the right rear wheel and directly onder the right rear frame. Mounted with some brackets made of Aluminium.
The only thing that is missing are some baffels to lead the air to the cooler... Up to then a fan hast to do his Job...
Unfortunately I don't have any more pics of the oil cooler mounting...
The only Thing I can tell you at the Moment is that it's just a small cooler with 210mm width and 19 rows...
When I'm back home again I can take some pics of the complete assenbly if you want...
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