Upgrade your toe links. I have the ones from Sector and I put the BOE ones on my girlfriends car. Both seem to work excellent
Shouldn't the '10's have the most recent lotus fuel tank that isn't prone to fuel starve? Lotus revised the tank design at some point, I don't believe the newer tanks are prone to the same problems as 05-08 at least.I would add BOE surge tank to prevent fuel starvation
1. - Probably not required on a '10 unless you're in a very hot climate
3. - questionable how well this works given its construction, at best $$ probably better spent elsewhere
4. - Why? Unless you really hate the stock shifting... not sure any cable solution is going to dramatically improve things though
7. - I've heard Larini exhausts aren't built for the track (ie you'll blow it out in short order) but never tried one. Would be inclined to go with 2bular or BOE myself…
The rest looks good. Hopefully you already know you'll be doing #9 a lot if you're a track regular. In regard to the toe link, if you've got the dual sheer version from the factory you've already got a decent solution in my book. If you change out the toe link that will require a corner balance and alignment (which aren't on your list)
Honestly aside from a GPan and a full tank of gas and a fluid change the car doesn't need much for the track. That money you're spending on some of the items I've pointed out above would probably be better spent on a harness and a hans if you don't already have those.
How many track events have you done so far? Some of the mods can wait till your driving improves.
6 point harness
Don't do inserts, change the front and rear mounts.
Tires - don't do what I did and track your A6's. You will burn them up in 2 days. Get a track rated tire.
Sector Arms and pull your shims.
Hans or Necksgen is good piece of mind as you get faster.
Shocks will help tremendously.
Have you driven another lotus on track? I'd try and do that if possible- what if *your* shifter is out of whack because the stock cables aren't properly adjusted?
You won't get a ton of camber up front even with the shims out but it will help. Makes sense to get the v2 arms rather than shave the stock arms for more camber (but certainly not a requirement).
Probably worth considering that the 'perfect' AX alignment and 'perfect' track alignment are two different things.
Of course, if you're trying to be really really fast on track you'll want to do a ton of things. But if you're only looking to enjoy the car and do what you can to keep you and the car in one piece, really not too much to be done IMO.