can anyone breifly help me understand the difference between the various elise specs? I'm a little stuck on the essential differences between the S, the 111, the 111s and the Racetech - whatever that is!
Also - does anyone have any feelings on whether the S1 or S2 is better? On my budget it looks like I'll be able to get a pretty bog standard early s2 or a pretty decent s1 with some nice upgrades...
Anything I should really watch out for with an elise, other than trying to avoid one that's been tracked within an inch of it's life?!
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"Victory" wheels & Yoko's 038R , Nitron shocks , 52 throttle body , direct admission , full exhaust , etc ... will make it even better .
I just buy one last summer for my brother ... Titanium -red leather :
I just don't stop thinking about having one .
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I do know that the S1 is pretty strong as I smashed one in to the pit wall at Silverstone and walked away
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steveww wrote:If you are serious about an elise join the elise equivalent of this forum.
I bought an S2 111R just a few months ago. To go with my Elan S4.
The Elise is a cracking motor especially if you can afford the Toyota engined models just for more reliabilty, peace of mind, etc, nothing against the Rover engined version of course, but you get my drift.
The S2 111S I believe is the Corolla motor around 134 bhp, the 111R is the Celica engined motor 189 bhp.
Before buying mine I looked at this site and read about the various models with great interest.
Hope this is some help for you in your decision, if you get one no matter what model I don't think you will regret it by the way.
P.S. If you look for one check out http://www.pistonheads.com/sales/
I found mine on here about 5 miles from where I live.
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I find the cars on pistonheads way overpriced.
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