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in Emira Chat
Posted 12 hours ago
Is that it?
Posted August 27
I do find myself wondering how long Geely will tolerate the financing of a small company, employing 100s of people with the associated overheads, that, apart from a few deposits, has seemingly generated no income for months. As @spinney has said, other manufacturers have several models to sell. Lotus have only the Emira and that is not going well, with none delivered to date. I worry that Geely will say "enough is enough" and pull the plug.
Posted July 13
I happened to have a roll of silver plastic bubble wrap type radiator insulation knocking about and when cut to shape works perfectly well, fitting it on the inside and using the sun visors to keep it in place. It rolls up or folds, eventually it starts to crack and become translucent but hey ho just use it as a template and cut another one off the roll, £12.56 for 10m from B&Q.
in Engine & Ancilliaries/Gearbox
Posted June 29
Years ago, I would have said 'clutch release bearing'.
Posted June 19
On 17/06/2022 at 16:25, exeterjeep said:
Not been on since April.
Not been on since April.
I don't know @Karl M Roberts personally, even though he lives only a couple of miles away from me. However, we do have a mutual acquaintance, who I saw today, who told me that Karl had changed his choice to an i4. This, therefore, enables Lotus to supply the 'first' Emira to whoever they want. Considering that Karl put his deposit down some 12 months before the Emira was even announced, I sincerely hope he gets the first i4.
Posted June 14
Honeywell, is that you?
I agree with him completely. Just not sure about the choice of finger jewelry or nail varnish.
Posted June 8
If they don't cancel it, I'm down to 100/1.😋
Posted June 7
I've bought two on account of I've never won jacksh** in my life, but 500/1 sounds better than 1000/1. Fingers crossed.
in General Chat
Posted May 26
7 hours ago, pete said:
Are they related
Are they related
I said or, not and.
Posted May 25
Tried incest or Morris dancing.
For those interested in this, see also "Good Morning Good Night Lotus Shifter Adjustment" on YouTube.
(I'd post the link, but I'm sadly lacking in this respect)
Posted May 24
Dare I say it, but I think the Evora looks better from that viewpoint.
Happy Birthday 👍
Posted May 22
Outside of Quali, the main story of the weekend seems to be 'Hissy Crissy' Horner and Helmet Darko protesting to the FIA that Aston Martin have copied RB's aero/bodywork. Well, judging by the results, it obviously paid off for AM, not.
I'm sure that this was purely a move made to add spice to next year's 'Drive to Survive' on Netflix.
Posted May 20
Long arms, short pockets. Or is it the other way round?
Based on my experience of an S1 NA, just be careful separating the velcro attachments and you should have no problem.
in Evora Chat
Mine comes up as an S with insurance companies, its MOTs always say it's an SR, but the VED is always correct. I suppose I've got the best of all worlds.🤣
It even has 'drinks holders'.
Posted May 18
Edited May 18 by Redwing
Apropos of nothing, and as a matter of Interest, so many of us on here hold great stock on the issue of whether the clutch has been changed on early Evoras. I have had mine for five and a half years, (01/2011 NA sport pack), and gone from 28-37k miles (I know, sad innit) with no problem. At every service, with a reputable, but now disenfranchised, specialist, they report that the clutch is good. When I bought the car I had the money for a clutch replacement in my fighting fund, and still do. My question is, (and I have tried the forum search) . How do you know when the clutch is on the way out? Does it slip? Do you get a clunk, and there is nothing there? Or can you not select a gear? Or does the pedal do nothing?
Just interested to know is all.
in Lotus / Motoring / Cars Chat
Posted May 10
Husky and Starch?
Posted May 8
Not a bad race I suppose. But the Americanisation of F1 is obviously now in full swing. I don't know whether to laugh or cry. I imagine that next year, the drivers on the podium at Las Vegas will walk on wearing Roman Centurions helmets. Gerri and Chrissy are obviously lapping it up.
But the long and short of it is that the American owners/viewers/fans(?) will only tolerate not seeing the stars and stripes, and hearing the star spangled banner on the podium for so long.
We can all look forward to money ' a la Stroll' flooding in.
Posted April 24
I'm sure that somewhere on the back of the 'computer ' there must be a sticker that says "Not Calibrated. Indicator Only ."😉
"Ok, we've got the gearstick covered. Now let me introduce you to the Joystick. "
Pulled into local Shell garage today, computer said range 10 miles. I was sweating a bit, as never having run so low. Put £60 of the best in, @£1.79.9999999 and computer said range 235 miles.
Did 9 miles cruising on an A road, then 7 miles blasting down a twisty B road. When I got back to base, computer said range 245 miles. My God, these Evoras are so fuel efficient, who cares about prices?