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  1. Hi Ryan, Don't worry about me, I might get a run over but I've just bought a new jet ski today and I'm currently on the ferry with it on the trailer so I'm really keen to use it as much as time and work will allow before I'm away on holiday next weekend. Thanks Michael
  2. Hi Ryan I doubt I could attend the Saturday as it's my wife's birthday but I'd be interested in attending the Sunday at Bishopscourt. Michael
  3. Hi guys...................just saw the pictures from last nights meet. Sadly I never knew about it and I was even out in teh Elise last night as it was such weather. I'm a long time member but never here much as I use SELOC more, I'll keep a watch on here and please feel free to contact me if any of you are passing through Ballynahinch.................... www.msdetailing.org 07715042553
  4. I bought Osram nightbreaker laser in HB3 for the full beam in my 2019 Elise. You need bigger rubber boots to cover them as the plug comes in at 90deg rather than the straight originals, these can be bought on Ebay for a few pounds but.................... The main beam was a bit better, about 20% but the pattern was broken up so overall it wasn't much better, I was surprised, I expected about a 50% better beam and I wasn't expecting the beam to be scattered.
  5. I'd suspect the Lamda sensor. My 2019 Elise 220 has been faultless from new. It can feel a little jumpy on very light throttle when cold for the first half mile but its no issue.
  6. Mine was the same from new but I never used it in the wet and it was always garaged. Last week I left it out in the rain and it leaked so I decided to have a look at it. I adjusted the window frame screws at the bottom of both doors. There's a front and back screw, screw in or clockwise to tighted the window to the seal. I screwed mine in a half turn at a time and checked the tightness to the seal by closing the door on a thin strip of cloth and pulling out when the door was closed. I think I finished with the screws in about 3 to 4 turns in. It's definitely better and now doesn't leak in the rain but will if I spray water at the window. I also think the wind noise is reduced a little. Be careful though as the screws can hit the door skin and crack it.........apparently!
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