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Much better, do you have the installation instructions as well?

Here is the image you linked to:

 

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Note that in the video the Exige scoops are NOT installed. You have to remove your scoops or fab brackets to keep the them in place when you open the clam.
 

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Discussion Starter · #17 ·
For those asking these questions.. I have answers from BOE'

Q; What is the difference between the Version 1 and Version 2?..A The shape of the rear panel eliminator.. NO FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCE.

Q:Does it fit an Exige or Exige S? A: YES.. but with modifications.. You would talk to BOE about it. The modifications are not major.
 

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Based onthe picture posted above, a couple additions to above:

1) the clam support on the later version is longer and supports the clam much better than the earlier version pictured.

2) We don't use the battery extension cables any longer.

The clam support is the main difference that I see there beyond the revised rear panel design...

-Phil

PS- Stock/ OEM Exhaust? I don't get it. Is that a joke? :D
 

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Based onthe picture posted above, a couple additions to above:

1) the clam support on the later version is longer and supports the clam much better than the earlier version pictured.

2) We don't use the battery extension cables any longer.

The clam support is the main difference that I see there beyond the revised rear panel design...

-Phil

PS- Stock/ OEM Exhaust? I don't get it. Is that a joke? :D




Thanks Phil.


I bought this about 5 or 6 years ago, from you guys, with the intention of installing it as soon as I had an need to remove the rear clam.. Never had to. Front clam.. YES.. twice for HVAC issues and resistor pack change..
 
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