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  1. My Lotus Exige S is up for sale....carsales ad can be found here: LINK Details: 2014 Lotus Exige S 16,000km Race Pack Premium Pack Leather pack Convenience Pack FSH - Services by Tutti Motori under my ownership SSC Air Filter SSC Harness Bar & 4 point harness SSC Fire Extinguisher Titanium Exhaust Front Canards HID kit Rear Tow Strap Full Paint Protection Film Brand new AD08R's DBA 4000 rotors front & Pagid Pads (std rear) Custom plates included [XIG 350] Regularly detailed by Alc
  2. Shout to this thread for helping me with my own HID install. For anyone attempting this, it's pretty straight just need the supplier to send you the right bulbs to start with!!! Check out the vlog to see how it went wrong...and then how it all went right. If it helps just one person out, I'll be happy.
  3. Would love one of these for my S V6! Watching in anticipation...
  4. I went to look at a V6 Exige S on the weekend and although the car looks brilliant and drove great I had a few reservations that perhaps the forum can help me with; - context: the car is a 2014 with 12,500km on the clock. It has an aftermarket pod filter fitted - otherwise standard. - the tyres are not factory Pirelli, they are the Yokohama Advan R-spec tyres and there is very little life left on them. The holes in the cross drilled factory front rotors have cracks emanating from them. All of this points to track use, which is confirmed by a pre inspection report the 2nd buyer (curr
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    Holy thread revival batman! @ColinH just wanted to voice my appreciation for this thread. I'm looking for a V6 Exige S and have struggled to find too many complaints about them. Your thread has helped create a more balanced opinion on whether or not to move forward with the hunt. Coming from 2010 M3, I'm all to familiar with the notion of disliking your car due to the fact that you never know what the 'next' issue will be and whether you will need a flatbed today! In the case of the M3, the car is simply too complicated, and I now find myself looking for something simpler...hence t
  6. Thanks for the very warm welcome guys. Budget is obviously a big player in my decision however I also don't want to take a step back in terms of acceleration figures (and yes I'm aware that there is more to enjoying a car than just how fast it gets to 100km/hr). Once you've been in a 4 second to 100km/hr car it's hard to go backwards Changeover from the M3 into an S2 Exige will be financial painless...and as much as I'd like to stretch to an S3, I'm not sure the bank will want to play along, but we'll see. Perhaps I can use a staged approach...S2 first and then work up to the S3!
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  8. Just a quick intro as I'm sure I will be utilizing this forum greatly going forward. I'm Alex and I live in Perth, Western Australia. After churning through a myriad of different cars and bikes (CBR600RR, 848, 3 MPS, WRX, 350Z, Senator, Golf R, New Focus RS) I find myself in my current ride being a BMW M3 E90. Although I love the M3 to bits, it is beginning to give me the sh!ts. The car is a marvel of modern engineering however the complexities of its systems means there is rarely a drive when some sort of issue doesn't arise. Most recently the car can't decide if it has too little or t
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