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From what i come to understand that is the optional suspension upgrade from lotus in englad lets u have 2 setting! 1 intended for street and the other for track!

This options coming to the USA is also a suspention upgade!

Can anyne conferm that is too adjustable!??
 

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Also, can anyone confirm that the OZ wheels that come with the LSS are in fact lighter than the standard 111S wheels?
 

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There's a big wheel weights PDF out there somewhere (lost the link... sorry) that lists the weights. I looked them up, and they are indeed pretty light despite being cast alloy rather than forged. There are certainly lighter-weight wheels for the money, though. The pdf didn't list the 111S wheels, but it listed many other OEM wheels for other cars.

The 111S wheels look SO COOL, but I don't think you can get the wider LSS-spec front wheels in that style. :(

As Randy has mentioned, it might be worth comparing the costs of factory-LSS and DIY-LSS: buying the steering rack mounting plate and anti-roll bar from Lotus, and everything else aftermarket.
 

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strawtarget said:
There's a big wheel weights PDF out there somewhere (lost the link... sorry)
The PDF can be found here. Note to Mac users - this page won't render properly in Safari, use IE to view it.
 
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