It rotates more easily. Get some serious front sway bar on it ( I have the Blackwatch Racing Hardcore SCCA Super Stock bar) and adjust it to suit you.Greeting's All! One thing has led to another; now i have money down on a 2012
Evora S GP car. Has everyone who managed to snag one been happy with the car? And any special challenges moving from a moderately modified STi to Mid-engine RWD?
If (heaven forefend) anything ever would happen to my plastic Saturn Ion 2.4 5-speed, I'd go to an STI for a daily driver and rainy-day autocrosser. For now, when things get rough in the winter, it's the 3/4-ton 4x4 Suburban, and the Elise goes autocrossing in all (non-salt-season) weather.I have both STI and exige
STI feels faster from stand still and its my errand car if I need to pick up something from the store and for winter... nothing gets any better than an sti in snow
I'd love to listen in on you debating this with Jackie Stewart.Learn how to left foot brake if you haven't already. I find it crucial to be able to get on the gas as soon as possible because I like to brake as deep as possible.... which always means a bit of trail braking... which means rotation that needs to be stopped at a precise moment that I'm not able to hit as well if I right foot brake.
I came for a highly modified 06 STi before getting the Lotus. The power of the Lotus(granted I have an Elise) is disappointing, it feels slow. But the head turns looking a the car and the corners make it all worth while. If I were to do it again I would still do just what I did, up and sell my STi one day and buy a lotus a few days later, but I would get a supercharged, either factor or aftermarket if buying an elise or Exige but I have no idea what the Evora will be like, hope to read again once you get it.