Still working on my various improvements & enhancements. Will be done in time for summer weather. This will be my fourth Elige and will be strictly a street car. I know what to do........
Congrats on the car! Now get your busted clam fixed! Like I stated before you need a few more pieces to make use of that Exige clam you picked up.
Ah nice work, it looks great! GRP has a carbon fiber one that is similar that I've been considering instead of the exige style scoops. It seems kinda expensive though. I love the cup 250 one that has a single slat but not sure if that is possible to source and if it is I expect it would be way too expensive.Completely custom made via modifying the stock parts (cutting away the louvers, sanding, fiberglassing, shaping the mesh).
Back in February I was heading to Thunderhill for a 2 days event with the Lotus on single axle trailer. Thursday evening, traffic was bad on 880 / 680 and GPS indicated it was 90 min faster through that road.In the San Francisco, CA, area (East Bay between Milpitas and Sunol if you want to look it up) a road called "Calaveras Rd" about 15 miles of many turns, and it's pretty empty. Very exciting!
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However the twistiest part of the road is just 6.2 miles (aka 10km) long.
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Notice how GoogleMaps claims it takes 16 minutes (that's an average of 23mph - but I'd guess most people I passed were doing 20mph). I went back to my dashcam and I see I did that section in 11m20s (an average of 34mph) - the fun of a car that can corner like it's on rails ? - I did pass a couple of people, when I came up behind them they kindly let me pass as the earliest opportunity, so if they weren't there I'd be a be a little bit quicker, also if it was one way I'd not have to slow down on the many blind corners.