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    Looking for a V6 Cup
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  1. I believe it depends how old your car is if it’ll work or not. My old one was a late 18 car and literally plugged it in and it worked. As others have said, it goes on the left hand side (in a mirror position to the button on the right that does trip reset, brightness etc) of the steering column, there should be a blanking bung there - once you remove the plastic cover around the steering column there should be a pair of wires with a green plug marked EX SW or similar. Connect the switch to this plug and it ‘should’ work.
  2. Just to bring this thread up to date, has anyone tried Michelin PS3/4s on an S2/3 Elise or S2 Exige? Im currently running AD08RSs that came with the car and find them awful compared to the previous Rs. Want to get them off asap. Choice seems to be 205/55/R16 PS4 front 225/45/R17 PS4 rear OR 205/45/R16 PS3 fronts I’m aware of the possible rubbing issues on a 55 profile front (got Nitrons and lowered ride height) Avon ZZS is another option. Help!
  3. Thank you Arun👍🏻(Sorry, thought I’d already replied to this but it disappeared) Seen the white one and it’s not really my preferred colour plus I’d like a standard (ish) one. No13 is indeed for sale at Central Lotus for £50k, dealer won’t move on the price, it’s now on 6 owners plus it’s had some odd mods done. So I’m still on the lookout for one so if anyone is considering selling 🙂
  4. Bandit

    V6 Cup Wanted

    Thanks Pete, already seen that one 👍🏻
  5. Bandit

    V6 Cup Wanted

    V6 Cup wanted - if you’re thinking of selling then drop me a message, anything considered.
  6. Evening all, I’m on the lookout for a V6 Cup so if anyone is thinking of selling, feel free to DM me 🙂
  7. @Messer I messaged you a couple of days ago about your car on Seloc. How much are you looking for money wise?
  8. That’s definitely a 380. It has the wrong front clam, splitter and tailgate for a 410 along with having the front canards.
  9. You should be able to run them at standard ride height without any issues (all my previous Nitrons on S1/S2 Elises were able to do this). Double check with Nitron or Ohlins when buying them though for peace of mind
  10. No, the 350 and 380 downpipes are different sizes, you need to buy a custom link pipe so the 380 backbox will marry up to the 350 down pipe. Jim at 2bular will make you one. @Schnitzel had this done on his V6 Cup and it sounds great.
  11. So, to be clear, they’re exactly the same pads fitted to all other V6 Exiges even though the larger(?) standard J hook Alcon discs are on the car? This would make purchasing options easier (as in it simply becomes a choice between maker/compound) as I can’t find any specific 410 fitment mentioned anywhere. @Seriouslylotus any advice on this? 🙂 Cheers for all the advice so far. @GFWilliams thanks very much, I can’t see the other thread though, could you post a link? 👍🏻
  12. Hi All, Anyone have any suggestions for brake pads on Exige 410s? I’m not really liking the lack of initial bite in the std pads so looking for something a little more aggressive. I’m used to running Pagid RS-14s on all my previous Elises but finding 410 pad options doesn’t seem too straightforward. Any pointers much appreciated 👍🏻
  13. I think you’re getting confused with a 380 Cup. All the Cup cars come with the roll hoop, Sports do not. http://www.lotuscars.com.tr/exige-cup-380/index.html
  14. 380/410 doesn’t have one. Harness bar is easily fitted though (S2 Elise/Exige version fits). I’ve got a harness bar and Schroth harnesses in my 410.
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