- Listed by: ourhero
- Make: Lotus
- Model: Elise
- Year: S2
- Colour: red/white
- Location: Midlands
- Country: United Kingdom
- Listed: 25 September, 2018 10:49 am
- Expires: 8 days, 15 hours
FOR SALE: Lotus Elise S2 competition car, currently in very lightweight hill climb spec but could easily be converted back into circuit configuration as it was originally an ES Motorsports Lotus Production/Trophy car.
2002 Elise S2 car
220bhp K-Series forged engine (full details on request) with new Piper cams, Paul Ivey valves etc etc ... running on Jenvey throttle bodies with new Bernard Scouse sprint/sports airbox system, running through an Emerald K3 ECU. Dyno print out from BHP Performance Kingswinsford. (Receipts for all parts & work carried out etc)
Completely new set of Vibra-Technics Competition engine mountings fitted
New alloy radiator with twin fans & silicon hoses
Full new 2Bular lightweight stainless race exhaust system fitted, manifold, de-cat and single exit GT3 type back box
New Exedy clutch fitted with Eliseparts lightweight flywheel
Polycarb front screen, side windows and rear bulkhead screen
Scroth 6-point in-date full harness on (very comfy!) Lotus motorsport seat
Quick release suede steering wheel
New Red Top battery (with Anderson jump plug) fitted to passenger footwell
New Etacertal bushes fitted all round
Matthew Bentley fitted, thicker front anti-roll bar & geo set-up
GAZ factory rebuild Gaz Mono suspension fitted
Currently has 'one third' size fuel tank fitted, but original also included.
Lightweight front and rear (quick release) clams with all lights/indicators deleted, front splitter and rear spoiler.
Single skin fibreglass roof
Safety Devices A frame & petty bar
Fire system (not currently installed) with external elec/fire safety sockets
Latest MSA passport (log book)
Two sets of wheels and tyres (fitted soft slicks & wets), brake pads currently fitted are new and very sharp Carbon Lorraine CL5 plus versions
Two extra rear wheels fitted with medium slicks, plus full set of Avon ZZRs
Negative point: ... Paint & bodywork could do with a TLC refresh!
(Would consider deal with a Radical SR4 or SR3?)
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