free hit
RedViper - The Lotus Forums Jump to content


Basic Account
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

83 Excellent

About RedViper

  • Rank

More Info

  • Name
  • Car
    Exige V6

Recent Profile Visitors

1,676 profile views
  1. Forgive me for sounding patronising, it’s not intended. But I think the logic is track exhaust for people who do trackdays or road exhaust for people who don’t. Jim doesn’t like valves in systems used on track, which appears logical given the number of people whose actuators and solenoids seem to fail. that said I’m pretty certain the add ons will work on the road system. or.... get yourself to Spa. They don’t care about noise there. I took my add on silencers all the way there and the marshalls just laughed at me when I asked if I should fit them
  2. When you press the button on side of steering column in touring mode you should see solenoid move and noticeable change in volume yes.
  3. My mate had to change the exhaust valve solenoid on his V6S recently after it gave up on life. Don’t think it was too expensive for replacement.
  4. Any pics of the baffles please? I’d be very interested to see how they work and if they are likely to induce back pressure / heat / end of world type scenarios to the engine.
  5. Sound is much better than oem. It’s hard to describe but without question it sounds a lot better. Im certain you wouldn’t regret installing a 2bular track system. I have the add ons also. Without add ons it’s about 107db for static and with its around 99 dB. I’ve had mine 4 years so can’t remember exact figures but no problems at donnington with add ons and silverstone don’t need add ons for the drive by. I’ve only done the LOT days there and they didn’t do static on days I attended. the whole point of the add ons is for track use so yes they safe. Mine are original design attaches with springs but that’s ditched now in favour of clamps. I’ve never had any issues just ring Jim at 2bular up if you want some advice. Doesn’t seem very active on here recently.
  6. I couldn’t decide either but ultimately I went for a 2bular track system as I do the odd track day and I have been very happy with it. I think the ecu does learn a bit with the full manifold / back box system and gives you some gains but you really need a remap to make most of it. Back box may give you a handful of bhp but I bought it for the sound which is fantastic whichever system you go for. I guess it depends what you want and how much your prepared to pay. If your going to track it then go for track system
  7. Just the back box I’m fairly sure
  8. Nice comparison. My mate has an Evora 400 that I’ve driven and compared with my exige S I could pretty much copy and paste what you said. I think an evora will be my next car after 2.5 years in an S2 and nearly 6 in my S3. different proposition to the exige, but still typically lotus and still rarer than most other exotica a 2,3,4 times the price. exhaust note is great but too loud. Actually pretty stupid of lotus making it that loud considering how many of their cars see track use. My mate got black flagged at donny last year
  9. Years ago I accidentally filled up with it in my S2 in Germany (thinking it was super unleaded). There was list on engines that wouldn’t accept it online and if I remember correctly (it was about 10 years ago) the Toyota Celica was on the not compatible list. You probably won’t find lotus listed on any such lists but if you can find another Toyota with same engine that would be best bet to see if it’s compatible. My guess would be it isn’t in stock setup but that nothing but a guess
  10. Have a look on here and make your own mind up
  11. 2bular various options available and the only properly engined solution in my opinion (I have no affiliation with 2bular, besides being customer)
  12. looks great Will these be available for the alias23 store? It’s something I’ve thought about for ages but balked at price of bits from lotus and don’t have skill to make my own.
  13. Makes sense. Surely waiting until spring so that you can do your post install testing on the ring would make sense too. If you need somewhere to stay near(ish) mendig I would highly recommend the longhorn saloon. Owned by Sabine Schmitz. We had a beer with her and she is even cooler in person than on tv
  • Create New...