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  1. Speak to Dan at https://divinehandcraft.co.uk/ who is very helpful and the quality is excellent.
  2. Look like the Hot Wheels version will be available before the real thing.
  3. The revised facelift for the Cup 250 was for the 17.5 model year which included the revised front clam and exposed gearshift. The 17.5 model year came with the revised smaller aero package but there was never an option for the big aero. However, I think I am right that you can retrofit the big aero, but it certainly will not be cheap. https://parts.lotuscars.com/a/Lotus_2018_Elise-2ZR---SC-S3---S-Cup220-Cup250-Cup260-Cup/_51505_9107829/Bumpers--Valences-Spoilers-amp-Aerofoils/Elise_CUP_1023.html
  4. There is an option for both gloss and satin. The fit is very good and you wouldn't know it's a cover. It is manufactured by Lea Components in Italy.
  5. I went for this for my Elise. https://www.komo-tec.com/de/lotus-exige/mk3-toyota-v6350380/interieur/356/carbon-instrumentenabdeckung-lea-exige-s-v6 Mine has a satin finish and I am very pleased with it. I can post some photos if required.
  6. Dan also does these. https://divinehandcraft.co.uk/collections/lotus/products/lotus-elise-s3-final-edition-cup-skirt-extension-paint-protection
  7. There is a thread on here about exactly the same thing.
  8. Mine arrived today from Aliath. I will post up some pictures before I fit them, although I will wait until the warmer weather before if fit them.
  9. Mine used to do that after being left for a while, albeit an S2 Exige. I used to fill the car up with fresh fuel, V Power, and it never came back until again being left over the winter. It was never a problem once the car was used regularly.
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