Lee's Exige

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Fonzey
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Looks stunning that, pretty much factory.

Good work!
Lankan
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Second that. Would love to have one - what would it take?
2010 Exige S RGB #138
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Fonzey
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Lankan wrote: Wed Oct 14, 2020 9:10 pm Second that. Would love to have one - what would it take?
This has been on eBay for about a year. Get a move on and you could pounce on it...


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lotuslee
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:lolno: fortunately my wheel has been correctly modified and as strong if not stronger i would advise not to go anywhere near this monstrosity.
Lankan
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lotuslee wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 12:14 pm :lolno: fortunately my wheel has been correctly modified and as strong if not stronger i would advise not to go anywhere near this monstrosity.
:lolno: Yeah, that looks like something Beavis and/or Butt-Head might have conjured up...
2010 Exige S RGB #138
lotuslee
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I love new parts days :P managed to source some 8H Rears and 7H fronts :P
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lotuslee
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Been thinking about how to get all the engine bay brackets painted in nice warm conditions, so built a little spray booth, its not pretty but it does the trick

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First job was picking the parts up from the shotblasters all nice and fresh

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All hung up and warming up, managed to get 35°

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Coated with galv primer

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Looks like im going to do a bank job but it worked

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andybond
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Great execution!
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Fonzey
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Great idea, it's quite annoying with the winter projects as I've often got an immobile car for a few months and usually want to be able to paint some bits so usually end up going full Dexter in the utility room instead, but some kind of drop down/temporary spray booth in the garage would be rather useful.
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thommo
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No chance of catching Covid in that kit. 😳
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