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Some awesome pics of the suspension bits!
 

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Interesting...

Rear springs are marked A120 (type code for the Toyota-Elise it seems). The fronts are A116, which is officially the Speedster/VX220. (S1 parts are A111 and S2 parts are A117)

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That car has a lot of rock chips already. More than I'd expect for a new car....more than most of my cars with thousands of miles on em.

Has this green car been around a lot? Or do they chip that easily?
 

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Green/biscuit is a nice combination. However, I don't get the grey panels on the sides of the seats? Looks tacky to me. I'm sticking with Saffron Yellow/black.
 

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Suspension: Standard or LSS

Do we know if that is the standard or the LSS suspension that we see on this car? Just curious.

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jml1952 said:
Green/biscuit is a nice combination. However, I don't get the grey panels on the sides of the seats? Looks tacky to me. I'm sticking with Saffron Yellow/black.
The heavy cloth sections on the seat bolsters are on all of the Touring seats. I haven't seen all the seat colors, but I believe all of the Touring seats have the same color cloth inserts. I think they are on the standard seats, as well, but in a color more closely matching the rest of the seat material.
 

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ChrisB said:
The heavy cloth sections on the seat bolsters are on all of the Touring seats. I haven't seen all the seat colors, but I believe all of the Touring seats have the same color cloth inserts. I think they are on the standard seats, as well, but in a color more closely matching the rest of the seat material.
Right. Black and grey seems less objectionable than the biscuit/grey combo.
 
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