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Hi guys!

Just completed my first track day in the Elise S Cup and had a fantastic time. So much more in love with the car now.

Came away unscathed and with just one wheel centre cap missing, so I'm pretty happy with that :)

Does anyone know which cap I need for the standard forged wheel (black)? Guessing it's probably A128G0013F?

Any advice would be much appreciated!

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I'm guessing A128G0013F is the right part number. I have the same forged wheels in matte black. About to order some replacements.

My question is - has anyone had luck keeping these little suckers in the wheels during track days? I have lost my front two.

And to take them off/on during/after track days - how to do this while wheels are still bolted on? I only have the one set of wheels and could not be arsed taking them off the car. Seems a bit finicky to wedge something in the gap to pry them out all the time.

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3 minutes ago, Yan said:

My question is - has anyone had luck keeping these little suckers in the wheels during track days? I have lost my front two.

Here M100 owners have been given an option for wheel centres for S2 wheels - which are not available - to use an alternative - but note the comment...about fixing in with glue - but I suppose not too much glue as they will need to be removed occasionally.

A100G6029F - WHEEL CENTRE for BBS WHEELS (Lotus badge)
Series 2 cars.

Hints and Tips: The original centres are no longer sold. These will fit a look good but will not clip in, they need to be fixed with glue.

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