Surprising that Lotus doesn't have the CA warning on .........items in the car have been known to cause cancer etc......... I remember the 1st time I saw the placards / stickers in the grocery stores there.........Ca. lets the residents know that bread that is toasted can cause cancer........no lie. Really was pretty funny!!!! Just shook me head at the time.
Put a protective edge on the 2-piece composite front spoiler extensions.
When I bought the car a PO had removed the extensions, and it was nice having the additional ground clearance. But eventually I succumbed to my aesthetic preference and reinstalled them. Inevitably they took a couple dings so a little protection was called for. Bit of a search finding an edge trim that fits, the composite pieces vary about 1/8"~1/4" in thickness, but eventually found it on Amazon. Worked out better than I expected.
Have big brakes all around, but the parking brake was crap, so after 2,5 years of waiting, I finally got the last bits and bobs to install seperate small wilwood parking brake calipers, brackets, spacers, cables and what not. Needed to modify a few little things, such as shaving a bit off of the cable ends to fit the cable ferules to hold the handbrake cable going into the Willwood caliper, which is a parking brake caliper only. Very light and works really well. Finally my Esprit can park reliably on a slope.
Much nicer than the mega heavy Brembo ditto on the later Esprits, such as Sport300 onwards.
No they don't.
That's why I decided to work with something else. I can assure you that these babies in aluminium, not heavy cast iron as from Brembo (rear parking calipers only), are light and keep a strong hold on the car, plus they are easy to work with.
Sure, I've taken a few snapshots with my old phone, and I'll try to upload a few here asap.