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In order to buy a brand new cup250 but i totally dislike the new back with the evora style.

I see that the trensom is attacched over the clam and it's only a part where to fix the lights. So i'm thinking to but the old trensom and two rounded big rear inner lights to get the old style.

But i need to know if the clam of the new style cars is the same or lotus did a brand new clam.

Can any of new owners of erora style rear lights get pictures of inside the rear clam in the lights zone without the cover please?

 

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Ciao Mirko,

I pezzi 19 e 19a sono interscambiabili, ma temo sia necessario far arrivare i cablaggi per i due stop aggiuntivi.

EN: The two parts should be interchangeable, but you might need to get the wiring for the two inner stoplights.

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Ciao Giacomo;

are you sure? never removed the transom?

in the old every light did retro and antifog, now seems like evora, one is for retro the other for antifog, i think cabling is the minimum problem.

If it's possible i'll do it like this (transforged afterburner):

 

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Instead of this

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Never mind. I thought that in the old model both the outer and inner rear lights operated as braking lights, but that is not the case.

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Braking only the outer in the new and also in the old.

 

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I much prefer the new. It somehow 'lightens' the rear. 

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You will have to buy new inner lights obviously so then you can make them work as brake lights.

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