I think I want this combo! Am I totally off in thinking of this setup. What do you guys think. Is there any pictures of any kind that show how this would look. It wouldnt be my first fashion faux pas.
I think the spokes are too deeply inside the rim and too 'flat' to clear the front brake calipher even with the right offset.1FASTMX5 said:I know these wheels come in the proper offset too. Whatcha think
You'd also be back here in no time complaining that you can't see anything out the windscreen when the sun shines into the car and the light dash reflects off the glass...xxxotic said:This is really pushing it-I wish we could get differant color dashes too. Is black the only color? I think a tan dash would go nice with tan leather seats, or a red dash on a silver or blue car with red leather would look sharp, but I know this would really delay production times.
Michael,michaelTT said:Saffron and have seats redone with yellow matching color inserts. Shop in Maryland does top work and several TT drivers have had them redo seats and door panels will different color inserts...and the TT is infinitely more difficult interior than Elise...so don't be put off from a color combo since changing the interior is workable and not that many $..
I made the mistake of putting ArmorAll (A vinyl protector spray that shines up things, mainly used on tyres-dont know if you have in in Europe) on my dash a few years ago, and the reflection was really bad. I guess a lot of people did this since they now make a non-shine version.Arno said:You'd also be back here in no time complaining that you can't see anything out the windscreen when the sun shines into the car and the light dash reflects off the glass...
Light dashboards have been made illegal in europe for this reason.
Originally the S2 was supposed to have color-coded dash tops too, but the regulations made that impossible.