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Just thought I'd let you know... and only on level 2 at that... Ill save level 3 for later when the supposed nasty humidity rears its head.
 

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What the what the Hell muchacho?

Just thought I'd let you know... and only on level 2 at that... Ill save level 3 for later when the supposed nasty humidity rears its head.
A/C in a British roadster? A Lotus?

WIMPS!!!



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The Elise is very comfortable as far as sportscars go.
It has AC (seems to work better if you have a hardtop on), a working radio that is more than adequate. :)

Pretty easy to get in and out of too.
 

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I made the A/C changes listed here in the forums, taped up the outside air intakes, removed the interior recirculation covers, and I do get much better air flow. On a humid and wet night, the inside of the car is cool and dry, surprisingly. The A/C works fine with a touring soft top, (lots of insulating padding in there)
 

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A hardtop would enable the AC to work easier if it is a lighter color than the black softop.
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Michael
I made the A/C changes listed here in the forums, taped up the outside air intakes, removed the interior recirculation covers, and I do get much better air flow. On a humid and wet night, the inside of the car is cool and dry, surprisingly. The A/C works fine with a touring soft top, (lots of insulating padding in there)
 
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