Ive been thinking of getting rid of mine I never use it. What exactly is the "touring" one?
So when you have the soft top on, how are you going to support it? Just going to let it sag and droop?As the title says, I am looking to buy a soft top. I actually prefer the non-touring one since I do not have the touring wheels.
I don't need the shticks since I have an Exige and doubt I will be putting holes in the car for them.
Good question. I did the same on my 2007 and here is what happens. When you are at a standstill it will sag and droop, but as soon as you hit about 25 mph the aero of the car sucks the soft top up and away. And this was with my touring top; I will bet with the non-touring top it is lighter and will lift even quicker. Besides, it is only for emergencies when driving. If a sudden rain storm comes along I would use it, and of course when parked for a long period of time to keep prying eyes out of the cabin and keep honest people honest!So when you have the soft top on, how are you going to support it? Just going to let it sag and droop?
Your Exige comes from the factory with two of the four holes already in place (the two in the windshield surround).