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  1. Ishy

    LF1 Registry

    It will be at Buckles on Tuesday night.......
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    LF1 Registry

    795 now..... how did that happen?
  3. Ishy

    LF1 Registry

    Sold a little while ago..... up to about 700 miles on its replacement now ! Think Iain is driving it currently
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    LF1 Registry

    Don't know I'm afraid, though I'd think it will be updated shortly now that they have the car.. Maybe speak to Richard/Iain 01228522423 Been a great car never a problem once it had all finally arrived, going to miss it....
  5. Ishy

    LF1 Registry

    LF1 #78 now for sale at David Hayton, Carlisle.......
  6. Ishy

    Evora GTE Registry

    Sounds like a good idea, I've got to either use mine or sell it......
  7. I've got the Nitron 46mm 3-ways on my LF1, Taken a little messing with them over the last year but now getting really happy with them (I am by my own admission very difficult to please) All that's really left to do now is a back to back with Dave at Seriously Lotus maybe a little fine tuning & then Dave should be able to offer a kit for whatever your specific application is....
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  9. Yes it was me & Dave (Seriously Lotus) taking a visit to the factory to have a look at his new 360 Cup car on the line...
  10. I'd like on please.... Ishy #20
  11. Ah right, not to worry.... yes see you at Abbeville
  12. When are you at Blyton in May 25th ??
  13. I'm racing a Ginetta G40 in the GRDC one make series... Anybody who complains about Lotus build quality just needs to own a Ginetta for a couple of weeks!
  14. Bit late to this topic (I've not been on for a while!) But I too have bought one not because I wanted to but because I intend to race this year so it's not negotiable... My advice would be to stick with it, it really is no hardship once you get used to it. The way that works best for me is:- Into car with Hans/helmet on passenger seat, Place Hans over shoulders once lap belt is fastened then lift shoulder belts over Hans device & clip into buckle, Give it a bit of a wiggle & push it towards the seat back to get comfy, then helmet on & fasten chin strap, Hans tethers just clip into place.. I've seen people putting the whole lot on in one go but find I just can't cope with all the faffing........... allowing an extra 90sec's & doing the above you soon get used to it!
  15. It's for my S2 Elise, bought a s/hand hardtop which is great but came with no covers... Much appreciated, do you still have my address details?
  16. Hi Paul, Happy New Year Didn't realise you had more..... do you still have a pair? If so that would be great Thanks Richard
  17. Ishy

    Evora GTE Registry

    Yes it looks great in the photo's though didn't look quite so great last time I saw it....... It was still a similar colour at the bottom but going through various shades through orange as you looked higher to almost chrome at the top of the rear quarters. Somewhat faded I'm afraid, it wasn't one of the 20 to be re-built.
  18. Once completed I'd be inclined to have the toe re-set as otherwise you could gain a false impression, Whilst on the hunter you should check the rear toe also I'd be surprised if it's not increased!
  19. The stage 2 is for a NA car as you have & not recommended for the SC car...... equivalent for the SC is what is known as the stage 3 Also I'd agree with The Pits stage 2 sounds great on a 111R
  20. Personally I'd be doing this with the correct equipment to measure the changes but.... Failing that I'd do the same to both sides. What are you hoping to achieve by increasing the castor? Not knocking (I run additional castor on mine) just interested in where your thought process is with this? You are aware that changing the camber & castor like this will have an impact on toe both front & rear aren't you?
  21. Bit late to this Tom sorry, AD08R's seem to work well as do R1R's if you can still find some, How about the Avon ZZS's though? Increasingly everybody is raving about the ZZR as a dry tyre so how about trying the more cut wet version?
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