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  1. Since the Emira launch and me going from “I want one, where do I sign?” to “you know what, I think I’ll just wait a bit”, I’ve deliberately been driving my GT410 at every opportunity. Oh boy am I glad I have as, not having used it much over the last 18 months, I’d kinda forgotten just what great cars they are. The Evora really does do everything I want from a GT/Sports car and, importantly, puts a smile on my face whenever I slide behind the wheel. I actually rather like the interior which, compared to Emira, is quite plain and sparse. I like the fact there is very little in the interior that doesn’t need to be there and, consequently, very little to distract your attention. I almost feel as though the last month or so has been a bit of an epiphany for me. No more will I need to be shackled to the idea of upgrading to the latest offering from Lotus, as I have in the past. So, taking everything into consideration, much as I still love the look of Emira, my GT410 Sport is now going to be a keeper. Besides, I’m fed up with selling cars that several years later suddenly become collectible and worth way more than I sold them for!🙄 So now I’ve said that, just you watch Evora prices plummet, never to return to previous levels!😂
    15 points
  2. Some of the dozen or so Esprit that showed up for the Lotus Owners Gathering in Salt Lake City Utah last weekend
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  3. Today the Club Lotus (Bucks, Berks, and Oxon area) held its annual concourse competition at a big (100+ cars) classic car show. I took the Essex all polished up but didn't win anything (despite being in a class of just two cars..) but 10 minutes later the car show organisers announced the Classic Car of the Show and now I'm chuffed to bits.
    13 points
  4. I’ve just had an email from Lotus: ”Dear Dave, We are excited to announce that Emira is now available for viewing at our retailers, however we have been overwhelmed with bookings. As an Evora Launch Edition owner we would like to offer you some rare unobtainium spare parts for your Evora in exchange for hosting a roadshow event for Emira in your dusty garage. Options include door latch mechanisms, window regulators, headlights, and rear sail panels. Please confirm you have a large supply of bacon and eggs and a greasy old frying pan with a loose handle. New screws for your pan handle are available from Lotus @ £19.99 plus VAT. Be quick before they go out of stock. We anticipate a strong take up for this option. Be aware some customers are coming from Porsche/McLaren so ensure they are given extra bacon, but absorb the fat before installation in the sandwich so as to avoid potential chino stains. Conversely, Lotus owners will be content with one hastily bronzed rasher that falls out of the bap during usage, as they are accustomed to such practices. Lastly, we will be sending you Emira signage for your garage door and badges for your Evora, including the larger diameter (6”) nose badge, designed by our local primary school children here in Hethel. Please practice a full reveal with your neighbours but don’t waste your bacon on them such that it becomes a back-order item. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Regards Emira ‘Overflow Car Park’ team”
    13 points
  5. Last drive of 2021 this morning, off to Russia for a a couple of months tomorrow. She's been great. It was hard to get out of bed, but worth it I think.
    13 points
  6. 12 points
  7. My son went car shopping yesterday 😁
    12 points
  8. For father's day this year my step-daughter asked if I'd adopt her. Her biological father has been absent since she was about 2 and has had zero contact, she's 15 now. He's still about with several more abandoned kids and we know which country he lives in but that's about it. As you can imagine he's a piece of work and if contacted may just refuse for the sake of it. Had anyone any experience of adopting step-children or a similar situation?
    12 points
  9. Apologies if this has already been covered but here is what I have gleaned from speaking to the dealers and Lotus central hub. At least for the UK. 1) Static display cars on UK roadshow from 21 Sep. Will be at each dealer for 2-3 days depending on dealer. Will continue until Oct. Lotus central hub will send an email in 7-10 days to all depositors with details and, I think, allowing to book dealer visit slots. 2) Dealers will start helping configure cars around this time, if not already done. 3) Cars will become available for press drives perhaps late this year, more likely early next year - for both V6 and i4 versions. They are still awaiting decisions/ details on that. 4) Customer test drives will become available from Feb next year for both V6 and i4 versions. Customers will have time until end-Mar next year to confirm their order without losing their place - so that they can see the reviews and also test drive the cars. Not sure how that will work - feels like they are still working through that. Hope that helps
    11 points
  10. Headlights - mine had no lacquer on them (removed by a previous owner) but a few scratches/swirls. I know they must be properly protected to resist yellowing etc. So I set about sanding them by hand with 3000 > 5000 > 7000 grit wet & dry then finished using my DA polisher and Meguiars 105 compound. Then I applied the Aliath PPF film. Really pleased with the results and I suspect they should be fine for years to come. LED Interior & boot lights - I replaced the standard ‘candles’ with LED bulbs. 42mm Festoon bulbs is the size. They work really well and give the interior a real lift. For the boot (which only had one light, as one was blanked off), I retrieved the cables for the second one, and then bought two complete new units from eBay. They are superb - very bright, and a straight swap. Launch Edition Plaques - As mine was originally a dealer demo, and the 17th car off the line, it didn’t have the LE plaque fitted to the driver’s side. Either that or someone removed it / broke it. The PPF looks original to me though so I suspect it’s the former. Anyway I bought some superb replacement plaques from Dan @ Divine Handcraft, they are different to the originals but I think they look better. I’ve fitted one to the passenger side as well. So that’s it for now - it has been a crazy 2 months since I bought the car, so I will be slowing down a bit but there are still a few bits I want to sort out, a little bit of wind noise near the drivers mirror perhaps, maybe a new nose badge, and a few other bits. Nothing too major - I hope! Hope this has been useful / interesting, and if anybody wants more info on how any of this was done, or what I bought/used etc, please feel free to shout - I’ve had a lot of help from forums etc over the years so it’s good to give something back.... 👍 Useful links Official Lotus Service Notes & Parts manual: https://vsic.lotuscars.com/ Leather Dye (100% match, Oyster, Charcoal and Paprika on file): http://www.staingard.co.uk Cloth tape: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/174091000462?var=472939788567 Gear linkage adjustment: https://www.thelotusforums.com/forums/topic/52231-gearchange-issues-dissected/ ARB bushes: https://www.powerflex.co.uk/search.php?keywords=evora Replacement High Level Brake light: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132927620830 K&N Filter: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/294202584614 Kenwood Head unit: https://www.kenwood-electronics.co.uk/car/nav_mm/carplay-mm/DMX8019DABS/ Focal speakers: https://www.focal.com/en/car-audio/car-audio-kits-solutions/performance/access/component-kits/165-as DAB Aerial: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07B1ZDMVX/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Sound deadening: https://www.silentcoat.co.uk/collections/silent-coat Bil Hamber UC Wax: https://bilthamber.com/product/dynax-uc/ LED bulbs for interior: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01CPF1D4O/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 LED light units for boot (complete): https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/222986826421 PPF for Headlights: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132154013122 Launch Edition Plaques: https://divinehandcraft.co.uk/collections/lotus-store/products/evora-launch-edition-mini-plaque
    11 points
  11. We did that with the Evora back in 2009 and I've suggested the same with the Emira. Watch this space!
    10 points
  12. Essex blue at twilight - no filter 😍
    10 points
  13. 10 points
  14. Once again I was photographed at the Nordschleife without noticing it. I only found the photos by chance on the Internet. Here are two of them. With kind regards Markus.
    10 points
  15. Nope, I really don't care one way or the other I will (hopefully) be buying an Emira just for me. I don't give a sh*t was anyone else thinks, if it drives great and makes me turn round to look as I walk away then that's enough for me
    10 points
  16. Hi all I'm a life-long Lotus fan and finally got 'round to buying one 😄
    9 points
  17. My only reservation would be over the potential build quality issues, but as others have said, I'm hopeful that they've sorted those out since the Evora days. In regard to the engine, it's a tried and tested engine, sounds great, has plenty enough power for the road and is very reliable. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Finally, for the reviewers, something I learned a while ago is that you'll have far more joy owning and driving a car that you like, than you will driving a car that someone else tells you is good. It doesn't matter how many glowing reviews a car gets, or how great the platform is etc, if you don't like the car, you won't enjoy owning it. For most petrolheads cars are a heart over head choice, buy the car you like, ignore strangers' opinions, and drive it with a smile. Will there be newer engines, yes, will there be faster cars, yes, will Evo still tell you to buy a Porsche instead, yes. But if you like the Lotus, you'll be better off owning it.
    9 points
  18. Great Lotus turnout at the Salon Prive, Blenheim Palace.
    9 points
  19. I think the writing is on the internet wall for the Lotus we all loved. New lotus is going to be a completely different animal and I fear it will be a "clone" of several other manufacturers with no real soul or sense of its history. The lotus of the future will be a high tech, driver aid festooned, luxury wagon that uses tech to make you think you can drive. A la Porsche Cayenne/Macan, Tesla, GTR, etc. Enjoy your current Lotus and the Emira, the future is not going to be bright for those who actually like, enjoy and want to physically drive their cars.
    9 points
  20. Yes, as I understand it from PJS they put their last parts order in with Lotus on Thursday, so have secured an alternative source for genuine Lotus parts. A little perspective regarding the "whinging" quote earlier to add some balance. It's more a case of businesses that have worked hard to attain and maintain Lotus approval may feel very disappointed. I understand corporate business as I work for a multinational; the same elements such as engaged staff & high quality service leading to loyal customers and a profitable network apply however. PJS for one are very passionate about their business and they love the brand and won an award from Lotus for after sales service. I know they are extremely disappointed in having their approval terminated. I understand why Lotus has done what it has, however I believe there had been previous discussions about a "heritage" network being created, but apparently the plug was pulled on that around 8 weeks ago. I for one will be continuing to use PJS who are local to me; Paul, Louise and the team do a great job and are great ambassadors for the brand. It's a shame and I know that business is business, but I do feel really disappointed for the service centres losing approval not due to poor service quality. Those who are great at what they do servicing the legacy cars will survive if not flourish. My own feeling though is that there still is room for a "Heritage Lotus" network to support the pre-Emira vehicles.
    9 points
  21. I’ve probably mentioned before that I’m a volunteer steward at Brooklands Museum in Weybridge. Well, after an absence of 17 months and the museum fully open again, I went back this week for my previously regular Thursday spot. I’d forgotten the fun to be had listening to some of the comments from young kids as their parents try explaining some of the exhibits. This weeks cracker was a young lad, probably about 7 years old, walking round with his mum and little sibling who was in a buggy. They stood looking at one of the old cars and mum pointed out the vintage rubber bulb type horn. “That’s made of rubber”, said mum, “and you have to squeeze it to use it.” ”Is that like one of daddy’s condoms”, asks the lad! Cue a very red faced mum who quickly glanced in our direction with an embarrassed, yet exasperated look on her face before hurriedly ushering the lad away from the exhibit! 😂😆😂😆 Absolutely priceless!😆
    9 points
  22. To add to the above information and introduce myself as the new owner of the first Essex Blue car on the list, purchased from fellow Forum member Mark Allin. A super chap and absolute pleasure to buy the car from, I feel very privileged and proud to be the new custodian. Car number 1 on the list has the dark carbon/polcarbonate rear 1/4 lights, the seats are the thin carbon fibre buckets in black leather/ charcoal Alcantara (I'm not sure if these are the so called Cup or Sparco seats) - hoping someone here can advise me? I'm waiting on a Certificate from Lotus. Rest of the options are aircon, Alpine Nav unit + Sub, cabin sound deadening. Exhaust button enabled and a titanium harness bar with driver harness also fitted - Mark used the car at Spa, Nurburgring and Portimao circuits - I can safely say its run in !
    9 points
  23. Blimey, on that basis we will all need to stump up the full non-returnable £60-90K with no more than a fleeting glimpse as we stumble past in the swirling crowds No, come on, Lotus and the dealers will surely have rock solid confidence that when deposit holders get to see the car properly the majority of them will quickly commit. TBH it's more likely that they will lose sales due to a 'less than professional' launch etc than the car itself. The car is a winner
    8 points
  24. Managed to move some stuff around to make the most of this lovely weather today. Halesowen and back via bewdley - Rhayader - Aberystwyth - lake vyrnwy - Bala -Porthmadog- beddgellert- Caernarfon- lanberris-capelcurig-betwsycoed- cerrigdrudion- Bala-llangynog-Welshpool-craven arms- cleobury then home 400 plus miles. Some awesome roads and some not so much 😬 The highlight is normally Rhayader to Aberystwyth it’s fantastic. This morning at 6 -6.30 it was full of fog so looked stunning but not so much fun for flying. Bala to llangynog is another stormer. But there’s lots of good stuff up there. Anybody share some good roads they like not necessarily mid-north Wales wherever? Taking the roof off was absolutely fantastic. More pics 😬
    8 points
  25. Went into town today and since it was a nice day I thought I'd take the Evora as it was an opportunity to give the newly-replaced clutch hydraulics a good workout. At one pedestrian crossing, a young couple (I say young - they were probably about mid-30s which is young to me, ) were waiting to cross from the other side of the road so the guy was looking to his right watching for the traffic stopping and didn't see me approaching from his left. As they started over the crossing, he then looked left at which point he stopped in his tracks and his jaw visibly dropped open, - his wife/girlfriend/partner/walking companion (other alternatives are available) literally had to drag him to the pavement as the lights were changing, where he then stood still open-mouthed until I'd proceeded some way down the road. I suppose my P&J does have a certain 'presence' in full-frontal (ooh-err missus) aspect.
    8 points
  26. I do like a bit of Astro especially as we get some incredible skies up here in the Highlands. Here's the Milky Way with a slight reflection on Loch Ness.
    8 points
  27. The Toyota V6 has a lot going for it. 3.5 litres. All alloy. 4 cam. 24 valve. VVT. Supercharger. Chargecooler. Timing chains, not belts. Proven reliability with Toyota internals at 400-430 bhp. Epic soundtrack. Manual and auto options. I think many existing Lotus owners bought their cars because of the engine, rather than despite it. With the Emira, you now have the opportunity to pick old skool V6 or state-of-the-art I4 (or both…).
    8 points
  28. First post, just wanna say hi to everyone. Took delivery of mine yesterday
    8 points
  29. Been very busy on the drones recently. On the way back from a job in London last week I stopped by the Blackwall tunnel where there's a very small place for flying legally. Really liking the f1.2 aperture on the new camera!
    8 points
  30. I really do hope that Hethel doesn’t become a theme park. we must have uk manufacturing 👍
    8 points
  31. At a meet near Norwich today.
    8 points
  32. A little more on the project. Down on it's wheels for some final reference measurements for the custom front spacers. The rears are done.
    8 points
  33. Well after owning my Evora for over 3 months now I thought it right for a little feedback. so I was on the hunt for a replacement for my Clio V6 and decided the lotus Evora fitted the bill. So I looked for a S1 car for ages and nothing took my fancy that didn’t sell after two days. It was at the time where evoras were selling by the hour if they were cheap. So I got talking to ES motorsport about their yellow S and then that one sold too but when talking to them they mentioned they had a customer thinking of selling his 400 to which I said to Dave and myself, no way I can’t afford it! Then he sent the spec and the pictures to which I was how much deposit do you need. I broke all the rules, didn’t even drive it but bought it on their recommendation. When I picked it up I was in love it is in stunning condition, but once on the move it absolutely flies and handles amazingly well. The drive home was truly awesome. after a few weeks some of the common Evora issues raised their head. Brake pedal switch failed and the airbag light has come on, all I have now fixed to the sum of £30. Apart from that it’s been all good, ever where I go I alway have people asking about it which is fun. the ohlins suspension is another level of good though really impressed especially the digital adjustment for the damping. The noise is great and it’s been good on file too. only things I will look to improve are the seat height or new seats altogether as they are too heigh for me. looking forward to going to a few lotus meets in the feature.
    8 points
  34. 7 points
  35. After ten years of ownership, I finally met another Lotus owner last weekend; well, a few of them actually!
    7 points
  36. Hello guys, I'm François-Xavier from France (Nantes), former owner of some Lotus (Elise SC RGB, Exige V6 Club Racer, Exige V6 380 Sport, Exige V6 410 Sport, ...), I bought last year with a friend an Exige V6 350 Sport for track and recently an Elise S1 111S (what a pleasure this grandma !!!) Hoping to find more information to increase performance and reliability of our car Exige V6 350 Sport 2017 Sky blue Elise S1 111S LHD origin 1998 Racing Green
    7 points
  37. Elite back on its wheels
    7 points
  38. About to head off to Malcolm Rickett’s open day today with @Sparky 😊
    7 points
  39. I managed to get a bit of time to work on my car today so I decided to do a bit more on the bulkhead so I started by sticking some matting to the top section... If you don't do this and try to fibreglass it fully in place it will be very difficult. At least this way, once it's dry, it doesn't slide all over the place. I fitted this piece with the shell upside down and then did the fibreglassing that way so that gravity was working for me instead of against me. It's very tight getting the brush in to bond this panel to the body as the gap is so narrow... If you do this make sure it's tight against the metal bracing panel at the back... I had to modify the slots for the seatbelts because they weren't big enough or even straight. A few of the holes didn't line up either so I had to modify those as well. I think this was a Friday afternoon one... Before I could fit any more of the panels I had to deal with this... I did a dry fit of the other two panels and this side looks fine... But this side is a bit short... It gets fibreglassed to the body so nobody will know (or care). You have to remember to get the holes on the correct side for the handbrake as these are where the cables run through to the back under the fuel tank. I then glued the centre section and screwed it together along with the bolts... I didn't bother with all the bolts as I'm going to remove the metal brace to finish fibreglassing the back. In the factory I think they fibreglassed it all and then fitted the brace which stuck the two together and explains why it was difficult to get the brace out. Then it's a case of fibreglassing a strip of matting to bond the back of the panels to the body and also to stop any fumes getting into the cabin... I've got a bit more to do but I'll wait until this lot has dried... At this point I got bored and decided to call it a day as I was itching and needed a shower. I will try and finish it off tomorrow if I get time. I think I'm going to sell this car once the bodywork is complete although I'm not going to do all of it, just the awkward difficult bits. I'll leave the star cracks and paint stripping to the new owner I think. Not sure if I will have taken it far enough to move it on at that point?
    7 points
  40. I had the opportunity of sitting in the Emira at Concours last week, and had a chat with some of the guys there. Obviously took everything they said with a pinch of salt, but it was still insightful. Regarding the engine and gearbox feeling old, the problem they told me is the combination of the 2 with the well known gearbox limitations. The Lotus guys there admitted to me that they are working on higher power versions of the v6 (after all it is making well over 500bhp in the Radford Project) but this would be without the manual gearbox. These models are expected to arrive in about 2 years apparently. I think a properly reworked v6 with a modern gearbox will really bring the drivetrain bang up to date for those that fear the current setup feels old school. My own opinion is that the v6 is current hamstrung by the torque limit. Whats the point of a large displacement engine with a supercharger stuck on it of it makes less torque than a similarly sized NA engine in the Cayman? Lotus needs to unlock this engine. As for the car itself, it looks spectacular in the flesh. Sitting inside, despite being the development car, the fit and finish was already better than the outgoing Evoras, so I am pretty confident in the finished product being well built. Regarding the behind the seat space, there is substantially less than the Evora, and it is obvious why when you get in. The cabin dimensions are basically the same as the Evora, but to aid ingress and egress, the driver and passenger have been pushed backwards in the cabin, further away from the windscreen as compared to the Evora. Hence the reduced rear space despite the cabin being the same size. I hope that helps give some people some more information on the Emira before we all get to properly test drive them.
    7 points
  41. My daughter started private school and the rather large car park and all the waiting areas are a mass of range rovers , various other suv , a few various Porsche, odd Lamo and a couple of Ferraris so what you expect from supposed high and mighty of the county. My Evora parked up and I try and keep to a remote spot as i Don’t trust the soccer/rugby mums driving to busy doing their makeup !! as I return to my car with daughter a young lad with his grandad shouting out it’s a Ferrari to which I replied no it’s more special it’s a Lotus ! To my delight the grandad said yes I told him it’s Lotus spotted the badge much Prettier than an Italian car , he then said to me I love your Lotus not seen that type up close wonderful shape car 🚗😀
    7 points
  42. Following the trail blazed by Andrä and after saving my pennies for a while, the X-Shift 6-speed sequential gearbox is ordered. These are the chosen ratios for my unit based in 7400 limit - will be close to 200mph in 6th at 8000rpm
    7 points
  43. Controversial comment however, Ive been sitting back and browsing through the new LOTUS and the Company direction have come to the conclusion the EVORA is a keeper. over decades I have watched great motoring companies get swallowed up and get watered down and sell cars on history. I do acknowledge that the future is bright, but the cars will be bought by a larger client base as marketing will rule and the LOTUS as we know will go the way of other Marques.
    7 points
  44. @jepcheers 😎 They are satin anthracite. Side-by-side with OEM the difference is obvious, but on the car the change is far more subtle somehow. They don’t look immediately different, but they “pop” far more visually, and make the wheel look as if they are pushed further out as the details of the alloy design are more obvious.
    7 points
  45. For those interested, our position is explained here: https://bit.ly/3kAcjlS Dave
    7 points
  46. Full Dashboard Removal - this is the big one! I knew when buying the car that I’d need to do this at some point - the airbag cover was slightly lifted at the corner and the only way to rectify it is to remove the entire dashboard (thanks Lotus)…. I have seen worse but it really bugged me so had to be done. I also undertook several other jobs while the dashboard was out. The key to this is to research it properly and take your time - and make sure you have the space. I had the car in the middle of the garage so both doors could be opened fully. I also put all the fixings from the various stages into bags and labelled them. This is important and makes reassembly much easier.. The following are the jobs I did with everything out….. Airbag Cover - once it was out I set about straightening the airbag cover first, as it was very slightly warped at the corner. I did this using a heat gun (carefully) on the rear side, so that the whole cover is shaped to the same slight curve of the dash itself. I also removed some of the excess leather which stops the cover from fitting flush. I removed the steel backing plate (it was already detached at the corner) and realised it needs more than a light coat of contact adhesive to stay securely attached to the airbag cover (and hence prevent future warping / lifting). So I fitted 4 x M6 ‘Insert Nuts’ with countersunk bolts, and fresh contact adhesive too. The cover now fits beautifully, and is flush with the rest of the dash. Wiring ‘tidy up’ - there were no fewer than 9 cables from the original Alpine install that weren’t needed. A real rats nest of wiring. So I took them all out and secured everything nicely, using cloth tape where appropriate. Glovebox Plunger Switch - this is fairly common, there’s a switch behind the glovebox (in the liner panel) that operates the glovebox light. Mine was broken, so a soldering job later and it’s working again. The bulb wasn’t seated properly either so it wouldn’t have worked anyway! Glovebox Retaining cord - for some reason my glovebox opened too far, the hole was in the wrong place for the retaining cord clip. So I drilled a new hole, covered to old one with a blanking decal, and now it’s spot on. Driver’s seat - I removed the seat to fix the seat belt fastener (it used to drop down forwards into the gap when not in use - so I added an extra washer) and I’ve also fixed an annoying creaking noise - it was the plastic panel on the back which needed some lubrication. I also gave both seats a good clean (I’ve used Autoglym Interior Shampoo for years and it works fantastically well on leather). Roof lining / A-pillar trims - this was really grubby so it’s had a full clean. Now it’s minty fresh (but not smelling of mint…). DAB aerial - I fitted a subtle windscreen aerial on the passenger side half tucked into the A-pillar, extending the ground wire (soldered on extra wire) and attaching it to one of the earth points on the dash scuttle beam. Seems to work very well. Focal tweeters & crossover units - I had to enlarge the holes in the dash very slightly to fit the Focal 165 AS tweeters, and I also had to remove the 4 leather sill trim parts to get to the original crossover units and replace them with the Focal ones. When refitting the dashboard (upper, lower, fascia trims etc), I fitted fresh cloth tape to all the contact points, adding more where I thought it was needed etc. Then came the test drive - heart in mouth. Have I sorted the creaks and rattles? Would everything work? Oh yes. What a difference. The car now rides the bumps and ruts in the road like a Bentley (but handles like an Evora of course!). I can’t believe what a transformation I’ve achieved from all the slog and attention to detail. It really has made a massive difference. It’s practically silent, I still can’t believe it. This is how they should be - and I sincerely hope they achieve this (or even better) with the production Emiras. An now for the Lotus Evora, 'Giant's Edition'
    7 points
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