I've been working on it since I put my deposit down. Lost 13 lbs so far. Another 15 lbs to go before I get mine some time next year.Randy Chase said:I do agree on personally losing weight also, but there is only so much one can do there.
Especially in SoCal? I'm in LA, and I haven't used the AC in my MR2 Turbo for years, except to run it to keep it in working condition.jdl8r said:Weight of the stereo is insignificant in respect to everything else. And unless you plan on racing your Elise, it's just stupid. In which case you'd have to add a roll cage and other heavy safety equip. AC is a must. Especially in Socal. If anyone on this forum can tell the difference in performance/weight with and without the AC unit - they're leagues beyond everyone else and should be sponsored by Ferrari along side Shumacher.
Hell, go on a diet if you really want to cut some weight and improve performance! And you'll be able to get in/out of the car any easier too.
WHAT? UNDER a 100 pounds? How tall are you?I gained weight when my wife got pregnant, but should be back under 100 lbs in no time.
The 1900 lbs weight is for the car with no options. Options include the AC, touring pack. The main difference between 111R and Feddy is the absence of the airbags. How much weight do you guys think this adds?Eyelise said:One of the 111R posters reported a weight for their car of 1900LBS. This was without the LSS. I'm pretty sure the 111R is near identical to the Fed Elise. It does have the twin oil coolers, ABS, AC, ect... If so, we may be pleasantly surprised. There is a scale at NHIS where I go frequently. The track is part of the NASCAR series. I will weigh my Elise when it comes in this summer. My only option was the LSS.