The Evora's first name / code name was Eagle and as I look around my car I've found the Eagle name in a few spots and wanted to share.
It doesn't say Eagle but it is labeled as a sample unit that I assume was for testing purposes.Very cool, but how does the third pic denote Eagle? I'm old, so maybe I missed it?
I do have calipers and I'll try and get a measurement soon. These pictures were from a couple months ago when I had the car in a more disassembled state.
I haven't come across that one yet though the sub box itself does have another sticker that I always forgot to grab a picture of. Cool to see it live on in later cars.Have that one too..
Confirmed the front bar is 24mm, the rear is 22mm. So seems like both were bigger than production sizes.
Nah. The Evora uses a common size and design bracket. Bushings with superior to OE quality are readily available for < US$20. For example, this will fit a 22mm evora bar perfectly. I have the 1" version on my big (25mm) bar.I wonder if that's going to make getting new bushings difficult when the time comes.
So this is pretty astounding. It has profound implications for the few of us that run competitive events with tight rulesets. I am allowed 1 sway bar substitution, but not both. If there were alternative sizes produced based on build date, it opens up many more combinations to test. Any additional roll stiffness is welcome.Confirmed the front bar is 24mm, the rear is 22mm. So seems like both were bigger than production sizes.