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01/08/2019: Entering the 15th year of designing and building my own exhausts exclusively for the Lotus Elise/Exige/Evora platforms! 21/07/2019: I'm very pleased with the demand for my exhausts but kind of hoping that things quieten down a little so I can spend some time this summer with my family! Surely, there can't be that many Lotus cars still needing a 2bular exhaust! 30/06/2019: Must admit to a heaving belly-laugh at the clowns on TLF. Ref the thread on "exhaust pipes differ in color". If you have a front-engined install the exhaust run through to the tailpipes is near enough straight back. Twin Titanium tips will have the same coloration. The hue depending on the HEAT they are dealing with. Lighter blue - hotter the pipe. However, on the Lotus V6 mid-engined install, the pipe run approaches the tailpipes from the right (looking from the rear of the car). So the…
QUIET TRACKDAY EXHAUSTS: I smiled when I read the drive-by noise readings for the latest V6 models.
The information/observations on this website are related solely to the exhausts for Lotus Elise/Exige/Evora platforms.Questions, questions, questions. If you’re going to make the right choice about anything, you need to ask the right questions.
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