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2007 Lotus Exige S Track prepared Torque300 - 20654 miles - Phantom Black
Stored in NJ - Frenchtown, NJ - Near PA border - Always stored indoors with temperature regulation during my ownership

Asking $45,000. Contact me at [email protected]
I AM ALSO SELLING MY OPEN ALUMINUM CAR TRAILER: 2017 Trailex CT-7541EB (Perfect condition) -Will make a packaged deal if buyer is interested

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Phil Ethier Photo - Big thanks to Phil for shots from Thompson Speedway used in this listing!

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This car has been track prepared but has been only used for casual track days. It has the BOE Torque300 tune and was built closely following the BOE power recipe with advice from BOE. Other major modifications include Penske SA coilovers, BBK AP AP5920 front calipers with relocated fronts to rears, baffled oil pan, surge tank...See the full list.

I have a log of modifications, maintenance, weight balance information, and alignment information. It weighed in at 2013lb with a half tank of fuel at the last weight balance.

The car has been registered, inspected, and insured during its entire lifetime. I have had no trouble with PA and NJ. It does not have a catalytic converter or charcoal canister. It retains the factory AC which works 100%.

The oil cooling loop has been eliminated and replaced with a heat exchanger, a much simpler system that keeps the oil at a more appropriate temperature. I’ve put electronics and gauges where the stereo headunit and passenger airbag were located. No modifications of the actual dash were made and the wiring for the stereo is intact, so a stereo could be reinstalled with minimal effort. There is still audio via a Bluetooth audio receiver. I have the wiring diagram for the electronics in Visio format.


Two tire setups - Both staggered 17/16 - SSR Type F with Toyo R888Rs / OEM Lotus LSS with RE71Rs - Lots of tread on all, always stored above 50F

April 2017
205/45R-16 BRIDGESTONE POTENZA RE-71R XL
245/40R-17 BRIDGESTONE POTENZA RE-71R SL

April 2019
205/45ZR-16 TOYO PROXES R888R SL
June 2017
235/45ZR-17 TOYO PROXES R888R



Modifications/parts list (Probably more things):

Baffled oil pan - Sector111 GPAN3
Surge Tank - BOE
CF Canards
Spoiler - APR
Clamhinge - BOE
CF shark fins
CF shift knob
Antisub belts with slotted seat - Sector111
Fire extinguisher + mount - Sector111
Front tow hook - Sector111 BBHook2
Aluminum carpet buttons
Quick release steering wheel hub - hubQR2
Steering wheel - Sparco Cup Wheel
Braided brake lines - BOE
Skid plate fasteners - Quick fasteners (1/4 turn)
Intake - BOE IGF
Diffuser - Sector111
Rear panel eliminator - Sector111
SC pulley - 2.9" BOE
Engine mounts - Innovative Engine Mounts (All 4) 75A
Shifter stiffener - Sector 111 Re-enforcer
Seat securing kit - Sector 111 Sys 6 pack
Rear toe links - RTD2 Brace
Header - PPE Header - Lotus Elise/Exige - Stainless Steel - SC (PPE-520001SC-SS)
Midpipe - PPE Midpipe - Lotus Elise/Exige - Ceramic Coated No Cat
Exhaust - BOE Featherweight QS
Exhaust wrap - Design Engineering Titanium Wrap
ECU tune/cable - BOE Torque 300 + Fastworks
Intercooler, Side Intakes, Heat Shield - ReallyLightStuff
Trunk Lid prop rod - ReallyLightStuff
Injectors - Bosche EV 14
Pedals - Sector111 DBWPedals
Air-fuel ratio sensor
Mirrors and mount - Transforged mirror mounts with Motoworks jp mirrors
CF side scoops - On Rails Engineering
Quarter turn front access panels
Black wheel badges and front nose badge
Side sills - Powdercoated aluminum
Wheel Studs - hex lugs
Coilovers - Penske SA with adjustment knobs
Nitron wishbone bearings - Seriously Lotus
Adjustable Sway Bar - Blackwatch Racing
Swirl tank - BOE Pressurized Swirl Header Tank
Heat exchanger (Mocal + Aeroquip)
HIDs - Xenon Depot H7 5000k
Oil pres/temp sensor (spA dual gauge)
Battery bracket (Charcoal canister location) - BOE
Remote battery shutoff
Intercooler tubes - Onrails Engineering
Bottom panel with oil change door - Onrails Engineering
horn - Stebel nautilus
Rear disks - Sector111 ultra disks
CF gas door - GB Composites
Front calipers - AP racing AP5920 315mm
Steering arms - Sector 111 V2arms
Rear Radial Caliper Mounts (For front to rear relocation)
4 point belts - Schroth ASM belts
Shifter cables - Sector111 GSCables / CGCables
Shift kit - LETSLA with Inokinetic adapter for SSC cables
Switch Panel (Center console eliminator) - Sector 111 ShiftR111 switch panel
Inokinetic sillSACK
CF Front lip - APR
Catch cans - BOE qwikcans
Battery - Odyssey PC625
Radiator - Elise Shop Aluminium High Pressure extra capacity Radiator
Shift Mod - Stan’s
Clutch Stop Mod - Stan’s
Front calipers moved to rear - Rebuilt, powder coated, bleeder mod



I have lots of spare parts and some OEM parts -Also available:

Covercraft cover
Original mirrors (Perfect condition)
Original center console
O2 sensor
Ball joints (and other maintenance parts)
OEM E-brake + rear calipers
GRP Front Splitter - Standard black HDP plastic + Carbon support rods - Never installed
BOE Catch can - Previously installed
“Craft Square” style mirrors - These ended up being knockoffs and I never bothered with them
+ More

I have videos of nearly every track session during my ownership. I have a selection of videos on youtube:


MORE PICS:


See it at LOG39 Thompson Speedway: LOG39 track day at Thompson Speedway
Courtesy of Phil Ethier Photo



Trailer:
On aluminum car trailer:
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Wow.

That Thompson Speedway shot sure looked like one of mine. Was the photog standing right next to me?

Seriously, I'd like to touch base with the gentleman or lady who shot this. Please PM me.

My shots of this car at Thompson can be found at

Free for download, but please, folks, don't show them anywhere without my credit line.

Phil Ethier
 

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Wow.

That Thompson Speedway shot sure looked like one of mine. Was the photog standing right next to me?

Seriously, I'd like to touch base with the gentleman or lady who shot this. Please PM me.

My shots of this car at Thompson can be found at

Free for download, but please, folks, don't show them anywhere without my credit line.

Phil Ethier
Phil,

I believe those are your shots. I didn't intend to post them without permission if so, they were sent to me and I don't remember who or when. If you'd like I'd be happy to switch them out for ones with a watermark or add credit to my post.

Edit: I have provided Phil credit and linked to the LOG album rather than use my own. Thank you Phil for allowing their use. I apologize for the mistake. Great shots!
 

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Thanks!
 
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