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About Stik

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  • Birthday 15/01/84

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    Exige Roadster
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  1. I enjoyed it, the actual car segments were 100% up to scratch, but i really felt like the "studio" bits were a little too forced. In the past Top Gear was clearly heavily scripted, which is fine, but this really forced it down your throats. That "fight scene" with the audience was particularly cringeworthy :s Looking forward to seeing how it develops, perhaps being in SA next week will be a nice change
  2. This is a very good point that hadn't actually occurred to me! Not used to having cars that are new enough to still have a warranty
  3. One of mine has snapped, which has left the roof feeling a bit flimsy when attached - i had a feeling the roof was exactly the same as that from the S2 Elise/VX220 - can someone confirm/deny? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VX220-VX-220-Lotus-ELISE-Soft-Top-Roof-Cable-adjuster-/201607612470 (£40) is a fair bit cheaper than the official part on https://www.eliseparts.com/products/show/18/1688/soft-top-tensioner-cable-centre-adjusting/ (£75) but not sure if it's going to end up being an infuriating 5mm too short or something
  4. Pffft, Clarkson is good at writing things in a blunt and convincing manner that still manages to be entertaining, i don't think you can ever believe much of it though. Suspect in all his work he leaves out a lot of the facts for the purpose of making the piece simple and coherent (and amusing)
  5. I'd like to see more photos of your car scatty, i really love the colour