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About theelanman

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    Peak District

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  • Car Type
    1967 Lotus Elan +2
  • Car Colour
    L05 Carnival Red
  • Car Modifications
    spyder chassis, solid drive shafts

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  1. I'm with Eric about the 400..... Didn't like it......to hard....and it's a good job you can turn the exhaust off......it drove me nuts after the first hour......
  2. have a look on www.thelotusforums.com.....lots and lots about the Evora..... I couldnt tell the difference between the NA and the S.........maybe Im not trying hard enough but with the performance stats virtually the same Id say go with you budget, whatever that is..... if you want more power you can add it later......IIRC they'll tune the NA past 400bhp if you want.... Komotec and others........load of options for exhausts...CAI....etc etc just a couple of thoughts