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Could anyone help me out here.. Are these the same as the exige track pack adjustable bilsteins? Or are these aftermarket? Thought the track pack were supposed to be grey/red with grey reservoirs? What are the difference between the ones with grey reservoirs and yellow reservoirs?

Part number on the shocks:
F4-BM3-G624-T0 Rear
02-006812-00-AC

F4-BM3-G622-T0 Front
02-006809-00-AB

The front springs have the eibach logo and 46/11 A126C0030H
The rear springs are the same with
A 120-D-0012 H
All the shocks say Made in Germany on them.

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Exige track pack coil overs (avoid them, they are junk like the stock shocks)
 

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Those look exactly like the OEM Track Pack coilovers on my 2008 Lotus Elise SC (60th anniversary edition) with progressive springs. The only difference is your coils are black, and mine are red/burgundy. I swapped my track pack coilovers so a set of single-adjustable Racetech coilovers from Inokinetic. The attached picture shows the front Bilstein strut on the right and the rear Racetech strut on the left.
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Sorry, I meant to say that both of those struts in my picture above are for the front struts. The Racetech struts are shorter, with linear springs, and most importantly they weigh over weight savings of over one pound in each corner of the car..
 
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