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General Information

Year
: 2005
Make
: Lotus
Model
: Elise
Color
: Magnetic Blue
History
: Upgrades can be an addictive habit.
2005 Lotus Elise (Magnetic Blue)
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Modifications

Drivetrain
: Toyota 2ZZ BOE Rev 300 supercharger; 10:1 Mahle pistons; Carrillo rods; Eibach valve spring set; ACT clutch; TODA lightweight flywheel; SSC Shifter Cable; Baffled oil pan; InoKinetic QWKcans, 255 lph electric fuel pump; ITG Filter w/ aluminum airbox; AGM battery and battery disconnect switch; EliseParts 2-piece 288mm grooved brake rotors w/ aluminum bells; 2nd set OEM AP brake caliper swap for rears; EliseParts parking brake caliper
Interior
: GARW IC7 LCD Dash display; OMP quick-release steering hardware; OMP Superquadro steering wheel; Alitech Shifter; seats from an Exige; GRP carbon fiber door inserts and carbon dash display cowl
Exterior
: APR GTC200 rear wing; Difflow 5 Element Rounded diffuser; S3 220 Cup front splitter; GRP carbon fiber hardtop; custom hexagon mesh front grill (HEX_XXL_B12); GRP carbon fiber front and rear clam louvers; carbon fiber side air scoops; custom carbon fiber rear clam cutout; GRP carbon fiber headlight case; Transforged V2 carbon fiber mirrors; GRP carbon fiber 'Flow' side skirts; front mudflap mod to lessen the road matter hitting the exposed section of rear
Audio
: Sony XAV-AX7000 receiver for navigation on long trips, the car does the rest of the audio. I did have to chop most of the wiper stalk off to get a better view, so other options likely more ideal, like the more adjustable receivers that are out now
Lighting
: Diode Dynamics Headlight Halos (60mm/70mm)
Exhaust
: BOE/BWR Featherweight exhaust, PPE header
Suspension
: Penske SA shocks, EliseParts GT Hub front uprights, S111 Race rear uprights, V2 steering arms, BWR ball joints, BWR control arm bushing kit (less expensive OEM substitute, was against using the metal on metal contact spherical PTFE ones); BWR adjustable front sway bar; BWR track rod ends, RTDbrace
Wheel and Tire
: Rota Torque Wheels: 16"/17" (eyeing the SSR MS1R to replace); Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R

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