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  • Birthday 02/02/1982

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  • Name
    Henry Weston-Davies
  • Car
    Lotus Esprit S3 N/A 1981, Lancia Delta HF4WD (ski car)
  • Location
    London

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  1. I would have a pair - does depend on cost of course so perhaps when you have a ballpark on this?
  2. Hi there, could you confirm the price of an NA full system now the group buy is finished. Thank you very much, Henry
  3. Hi Choppa, sorry if I missed it but where did you get the LED strips from? I have fitted footwell lights to mine (LED bulbs) but also wanted to fit to the boot / engine bay. My engine bay has a light fitted already which is collapsing so wanted to replace with LEDs. I have found having a light at night to check any hypothetical mechanical challenges, can be useful...
  4. They appear to be already unavailable? Do they on produce in small batches maybe?
  5. He is! - I have just fitted the set Steve produced for my S3 NA - they look excellent. I will take pictures shortly...
  6. I believe there is a guide on Lotus Esprit World as well to this - if it is just a case of tightening up the bolts (which are notorious for loosening off).
  7. Sparky needs no education in that department... lots of fun was had at Watford Exotics on Friday.
  8. I would like a set of the ABS door finishers for sure - mine are missing front and rear of both doors.
  9. Panasonic Cockpit RM610 stereo... to add further detail
  10. I use some white tire writing pens for mine - have to do it every few months... indeed a faff but it does look cool!
  11. Any update on this - would be great to get them lined up so I can start looking at new tires. Thanks v much, Henry
  12. I have Continentals on mine before Vreds - they were good. I think when I replace mine on the Esprit in the next year or so, I will go for Continentals again.
  13. Mine was the opposite and it was pretty amazing that the glass had not fallen out onto the motorway... however, from what I have read elsewhere the bonding material (solbit) was installed by being heated up via an electrical current - there are two electrical wires which hang out of the sealant somewhere - apparently usually at the bottom? An electrical charge of 6v is applied to warm it up. Apparently a copper wire runs through the sealant (according to the manual). Perhaps worth trying?
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