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  1. Folks CF side sills now in stock a few pics - Quite impressed by the quality given the price.
  2. Sorry buddy I missed this post! Ping me an email on [email protected] and I'll send over
  3. Guys I’ll report more over the coming week or so but I’ve got some CF pre preg side sills en route 👍 4x sets to be in stock and available very soon.
  4. Hi if your serious and can leave the car with me for a few days then I could look to make a design. Ping me an email on [email protected]
  5. Yokohama Advan A052 - These are the fastest tyre I've had on the Exige on track!
  6. The original V6S splitter is actually quite flexible but it can crack easily if hit at the wrong angle. The Sliplo solution @Jcx referances which I've packaged is not going to stop a direct crack but help to try and prevent the 'scratching' and scraping especially for those splitters which arent flexible such as the carbon fibre ones on the 410/430 setups. More info can be found here: with recent installs on @Bispal and @RRSSS 430Cups.
  7. Girodisc are great if you live in the US but when you try and bring to the U.K. shipping (esp due to the weight) and customs kill the cost benefit for us folks in U.K. and Europe Im also not too keen on the Girodisc lock in whereby you only have them as the source of discs/parts going forward.
  8. YES - I will be using for track although due to new job and other priorities I won't be doing the same volume of track days as I did in the Lotus. The big costs are tyres and as @Tex has commented brakes. Theres very little I can do ref tyres, tyre costs will be a lot higher than the Lotus, although slightly cheaper than the Porsche variant. The BIG cost is the brakes with pads costing around £1,300 and discs around £12K. This is a problem, and one in which I feel is stopping more 600LT owners getting on track. So I've already started plans to create a ceramic to iron rotor conversion which should provide owners a wider choice of disc/pad options (vs locked in) and lower cost of ownership. I've literally just ordered all the parts I've sized for the conversion and hope to realise a solution in the next 8-12 weeks
  9. I was worried about the soundtrack of the exhaust as many said it was quite muted... however I've been quite impressed, maybe its the noise/vibrations that enhance the 'feel', for sure the exhaust is not a complaint for me.... albeit I can see a better design to remove valves from the cat back
  10. Hi Guys - Sorry for the delay! New job has diverted attention and then had some issues trying to log into accounts etc with new laptop. Anyway seems like the cats out the bag! What can I say... well its been a journey getting into the position to be able to make the step into a 600LT and feel very very lucky. Initial impressions are best described by Sarah's feedback after she took the car out for a drive on her own, to quote "Its like the R35 GTR and the Lotus got together on a Friday night, had too much to drink and got carried away with each other and made this!" For sure the power is on another level and to be honest over the last day or so somewhat daunting its going to take time to build confidence. The build has soo many commonalities with Lotus! I hope to do a proper video comparison as I think it would be interesting and will keep you all updated. For sure it feels like KungFu Panda V2.0 and im already looking forward and preparing designs for a McLaren product line which can sit alongside the current Lotus catalogue on Thanks to all for your warm support and messages - I truly feel very lucky.
  11. Hey Guys... After seven years of owning and developing this car from new it’s time for me to move on and seek a new project. So I'm now putting my car up for sale. Conscious everyones going to be asking what I'm looking to upgrade to and at this time you'll just have to wait For sure @Alias23 continues for all so no worries on that front. As you’ll know from this build thread the car has wanted for nothing, with over £36,000 of upgrades (exc. Install costs) all detailed below, with a service frequency and breadth which is arguably unnecessary but keeps my OCD at bay and ensures the car is super healthy and strong. The car has been meticulously cared for throughout its life by Dan Webster at HPE Auto and a service listing is available on request. I’ve not been one for big power numbers, preferring superior handling, weight reduction, and driver tuition, so the car has no engine or exhaust modifications other than the Alias23 intake which adds improved throttle response and addictive induction howl. Big highlights of the build include the Ohlin TTX suspension as fitted by Lotus Motorsport on the CupR, mechanical LSD which transforms the car both on road and track, genuine OEM 350 shifter upgrade, and the AiM digital dash. This car literally needs nothing other than a new owner who wants to begin their own journey in developing their own driving skills and get back to enjoying a real driving experience. It's hard to price a car like this but i'm looking for around £45,000. If anyones interested or has any questions please DM. **Handling** Ohlins TTX 2-Way adjustable coilovers (£5,270) Lotus 400 Upgraded Clutch & Mechanical LSD (£4,500 inc install) V6 Uprights Spherical Bearing Upgrade (£795) Spitfire Rear Toe Link Kit (£354) Komotec KoBra 4 Brake Kit with performance friction discs and pads (£3,330) Lotus Motorsport Forged Alloys with Yokohama Tyres (£2,700) Innovative Upgraded Engine Mounts (£500) **Performance & Other Enhancements** OEM Lotus 350 Shifter Upgrade (£2,500) Simply Sports Car Upgraded Shifter Cable Set (£450) Alias23 Air Intake Kit (£399) Alias23 Silicone Hose Kit (£120) Hangar111 Gearbox Oil Cooler (£898) ProAlloy 60l Fuel Tank (£879) ProAlloy Ali Uprated Radiator (£718) **Interior ** AIM MX2E Digital Dash & Laptimer (£1,470) Alcantara Dash Re-Trim (£1,200) Seriously Lotus Harness V-Bar (£200) Schroth 6-Point Harness (£387) Full Carpet Set (£350) Carbon Fibre Internal Side Sills (£500) Carbon Fibre Air Bag Cover (£199) Inokinetic Heel & Toe Pedal Set (£100) B+G Quick Release Hub (£143) Momo Tuner Steering Wheel re-trimmed in Alcantara (£200) **Exterior** OEM 430 Cup Rear Wing Brackets with custom Carbon Fibre Komotec Wing (£2,800) Reverie Carbon Fibre Rear Diffuser (£1,930) GFWilliams Carbon Fibre Mirrors (£850) Alias23 Carbon Fibre 430 Cup Side Scoops (£1,000) Lotus Motorsport CupR Track Front Splitter (£450) Alias23 Front Splitter Reinforcement Plate (£110) Alias23 Extended Side Sills (£290) Lotus Motorsport CupR Canards (£180) Rear Side Spats (£200) GRP V2 Rear Lights (£450) D3003085-D662-4CE0-A82F-6222E77FB130.webp B3AC2DC0-5192-432D-A310-B28C335672A4.webp 2EBF90A3-CA68-42B0-911E-4F85DDC4D283.webp 049F71CA-E405-4E4F-A473-2E3959C1976C.webp 61B15591-75A5-4305-8341-C51D4C845B8B.webp B335E887-2866-499E-A2D1-E6AD4153F0B1.webp 1AB09628-7331-434D-B57C-42C9E9BA385D.webp
  12. Hopefully @GFWilliams doesn’t mind me saying this but we have agreed to bring two seperate CF sill options to the market that cater for two different types of buyer and look. I’ll be working on evolving the Alias23 option into a carbon version (arguably a more aggressive track look) whilst George under HellSlow will work on an OEM+ option which will be focused on OCD levels of quality for the purists.
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    Now I’m wishing I bought into Burberry last week when I’d pressed to deal but got side tracked on a work call and didn’t complete!
  14. @GFWilliams a very worth while note "Weave will be 45 degrees out from the middle of the car, but the edges will have carbon which had the weave all the way over the edge to the bottom, meaning it is a no compromise solution. For reference, the OEM ones have a (admittedly neat) join half way through the edge. Other aftermarket ones seem to have given up with the edges... " the edge is the hard bit for sure! Good luck buddy 👍
  15. Not at this time. I may look to make the reinforcement kit if there's enough interest but its quite a lot of work - hence why currently a one off for my car.
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