Ross: Thanks for advice... what are your tire sizes for R888 front and rears.For an Elige or an Evora? Elige yes, for sure - Evora I'm not sure.
And pretty sure everyone has assumed Elige and that's the setup we're giving you. Have no idea on the Evora setup...
Happy to help, let's see if I can answer a few:Ross: Thanks for advice.
Stock sizes, 225/45/17 rear and 195/50/16 front (I do run 245/45/17 rears when I run Hoosiers)What are your tire sizes for R888 front and rears.
Yes, I'm pretty sure I'm a 1.0 total to out up front but I'd have to find my sheet to be sure (not an expert here, just trust my alignment guy - works at a race shop, well respected)Have you tried toe out in the front for turning in faster?
I'm on one softer that middle, just can't remember which way that is. I wanted a little less front end as I tended to get understeer before. I haven't adjusted it since I added all the aero but I like where it is.What about front sway bar... what's your setting?
Whatever the Lotus setting for track is, I believe 10mm lower than stock. Just don't remember the exact number (easy to find)Ride height: front and rear?
Sorry, not sure what you mean here.Scaled car yet?
Strength only. It is a known failure point and while it's somewhat rare I push my car hard and I do it often. She did 24 track days this season which is more time than an F1 car does. Hence upgrading mine. Not a must do but if you do start pushing it at least check the torque on them when you do oil changes, etc. (again, easy to find info here, lots of threads)What is the purpose of rear toe links? Benefits?
Same here, on my list to replace this winter along with my suspension (most likely the Nitron doubles). If you're pushing hard you'll rub them for sure.Boy!!! I am burning up fender liners even with 195' fronts.
No specific experience but yes, I've seen this done on fully track/race ready cars. Possibly a Lotus part for the 2-11, not sure it has headlights.Has anyone removed headlights and replaced with dummy headlight covers?
I'm stock here as that's just outside of what I'd spend money on (save for mine going and having to replace). The most common reason to change here is if you go big power (Rev400 kit or a massive turbo). It seems the stock box is good for about 300hp but not much beyond that.What about tranny? Gears etc.