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  1. Just picked up my 111R after a lot of service work at PJS and I have to say it’s changed my recently purchase car from fun to drive to an absolute pleasure. New front and rear springs and dampers, track rod end, anti roll bushes as well as a new radiator and fans. It took longer and cost a little more due to the bodged repairs it’s it’s earlier life but I am really pleased with the work and care taken on my Elise. I have to save up now to sort the bodywork out, maybe during the winter as I need to be driving it during the hopefully sunny summer.
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  2. That's very true, by more compact I was meaning the length more than anything.
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  3. Just as an update I have managed to sort out what goes where just got a few parameters to alter and should all be running fully. Quick teaser below
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  4. After building a couple of kit cars, one seven replica and a LB Stratos replica Ive been feeling a little bored (not helped by a year of lockdown). As some know I bought a nearly new Exige a couple of years ago, absolutely awesome car and more than I ever thought Id ever own but with it being new I found myself needing something to tinker with. The Exige went a few weeks ago and spurred on by a few threads on various forums of people doing restoration projects Ive gone ahead and bought myself a new 'project' to keep myself busy and out of the way of the wife. Its a 2003 135r, g
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  5. I decided to go for this so will let you know thoughts. decided for how long I want the car for I would do it. albeit felt the sting in my pocket!
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  6. Howdy - one for the detailers out there... just lately I have found that when I was my car it is literally a magnet for all sorts of countryside dust, rain dust and general debris. My standard routine is (which now Ive written it my neighbours must think im insane) thorough rinse wheels snow foam pre wash rinse specific detailing areas - i.e. badges, grills, handles rinse wash car rinse dry wax (dodo juice hard candy -carnuba based wax) Do I need to through another rinse and dry in?
    1 point
  7. Thought the forum would be alive with Emira chat. No-one interested?
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  8. Lol, hoping to go it mine tomorrow, gave it quick wipe with an old rag - should be fine 😂
    1 point
  9. Had PJS do a full Geometry set on my Elise on Monday not cheap but well worth it, 3hrs and a few shims later they got it spot on, after 5 years of fairly hard driving I thought the Yella Fella deserved a little TLC
    1 point
  10. There's lots of speculation flying about. There are a few facts having been drip fed from official Lotus sources. The official release is July 6th when we will know all details.
    1 point
  11. That's the key, if it's a bit smaller than the Evora, drives and looks great + is useable everyday I too will be extremely tempted
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  12. You lot! Just drive the damn thing
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  13. Many years ago I picked my Subaru Impreza around 1991 if I can remember and so proud loads of looks any admiration too. put it in the garage when I got home from dealership , locked the door and looked at it before going to bed , before I could make smile of proudness the kids bike hanging on the wall fell off and landed on side of car , causing small dent to side of roof and scratches to paint work ! 😮 so after 5 hours ownership car damaged never parked a car in my garage ever again , even converted it to office few years later
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  14. I was lifting a push bike into the boot of my wife's brand new Polo and I put a cog through the rear bumper Same day!
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  15. Over 40 years ago I had a Morris Minor van. It was my first car. Within an hour of ownership I had rolled it and wrote it off. I think the steering may have been faulty.
    1 point
  16. Will do 👍
    1 point
  17. I used him back in November last year for a C service. He’s still at the same unit and was in good spirits as usual. Car felt awesome after so he did a good job.
    1 point
  18. Blinking Well Done Rich you should feel very proud of yourself I will upgrade my donation as promised you deserve it
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  20. 50km is amazing! I think i'd find 50km on a bike hard enough, let alone with just my legs. Great cause too. I had cancer a few years ago (that's why i had to sell my previous exige and abandon fun for a year or so) and Cancer Research do a stellar job.
    1 point
  21. In my mind, that’s a phenomenal distance to run. Best of luck in the run and the fundraising
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  22. Hi Rich. We’ve never met but I’ve made a small donation to this very worthy cause. The very best of luck Karl
    1 point
  23. Thanks for all the feedback very much appreciated. Few pics attached
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  24. Hi, I am also a new owner of a 2004 111R and having the same thoughts and being the only Elise I’ve been in, I have no idea if all is as expected. I am looking to book it in for a service at either PJS or Gav at Unit 4 following the information on this forum. I’m hoping they can then advise on the feel of the car. Brian
    1 point
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