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    Kristof
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    Exige S
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  1. Why not go aftermarket then on the wheels? You can then have any width with any offset made, with lower weight and the design you prefer.
  2. Are you sure that front wheel is 8" wide? IIRC, only 7.5" is available OEM. Anyhow, like Arun said, they'll bolt on no issue (the question is: why would you?)
  3. Welcome @Krim. Yes, the 380 style panel fits the 350. There is a thread specifically on it here; have a search. I have a 380 style access panel on my V6S.
  4. + the 3kg for the cat is irrelevant as the Exige has its cats integrated in the manifolds.
  5. @keith84_hk excuse my ignorance, but those wheels aren't TE37's?
  6. Exactly why I said you need an adapter on the front to accommodate the 110 PCD. Thanks for confirming this @Sotirios
  7. @Sotirios depends how long your drives are... you say that the dealer was able to recharge the battery, that's good, but it's not that good for the longevity of the battery that it become deep discharged in the first place. Would say: bad battery to start with OR too short drives (cranking the engine uses a lot of power) OR power drain. The latter can be tested by putting a multimeter in series over the negative battery terminal and the ground/negative cable. Should not read more than 20mA or so.
  8. @keith84_hk AFAIK that set is still using an adapter, iirc on the front axle. But if not, even better. Those sets still available?
  9. Maybe a stone got between the splash/dust shield and the rotor, that's not too uncommon? Suggest to take the wheel off to inspect?
  10. and here is the video of the dyno run after Vone mapping. Wonder he's on here too (being UK registered!) WITH 2bular headers, 380 tit back box, no cat, OEM map: 456hp / 455Nm (no pull before the hardware modifs, but another bone stock 430 made 422hp / 453Nm) AFTER remap, same hardware of course: 504hp / 534Nm all courtesy of Lebalayeur and kudo's to him for understanding that most aftermarket CAI's out there don't care too much about turbulent air. He modified his Komotec air box. Just like Imran in the end added an air strengthener to his design... (wonder where that idea came from ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ‘)
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