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  • Doug P
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    Re: Lotus Elise

    Originally posted by sjd
    Gentry Lane, an authorized Lotus dealer is importing them legally.

    The Guild in Newmarket has two.

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  • Chris91GT
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    Re: Lotus Elise

    Originally posted by h-bomb
    Not if I put it in the back
    Ballast? Ok... I can stop worrying.

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  • h-bomb
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    Re: Lotus Elise

    Originally posted by Chris91GT
    Won't a 2.4L Nissan motor either pop a gasket or ruin your weight distribution?
    Not if I put it in the back

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  • Chris91GT
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    Re: Lotus Elise

    Originally posted by h-bomb
    And choosing a Mustang GT will mean you loose GT2 to a truck-engine powered Honda Civic
    Won't a 2.4L Nissan motor either pop a gasket or ruin your weight distribution?

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  • h-bomb
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    Originally posted by Chris91GT
    That's most unfortunate... since you've just eliminated 99% of the world's most interesting cars. Not to mention the torque that can only be achieved by combustion acting directly on a piston.
    And choosing a Mustang GT will mean you loose GT2 to a truck-engine powered Honda Civic

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  • Chris91GT
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    Re: Lotus Elise

    Originally posted by Cheers!
    I don't want any

    valves
    camshafts
    pistons

    or any of that other BS. I only race rotary powered cars. Unless it's the elise.
    That's most unfortunate... since you've just eliminated 99% of the world's most interesting cars. Not to mention the torque that can only be achieved by combustion acting directly on a piston.

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  • Guillermo
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    Re: Lotus Elise

    Originally posted by -adrian-
    does availbility of the elise mlean they automatically have access to exiges too?
    Lotus Exige is not available in Canada this year, only the Elise.
    But it is expected that the Exige will be able in Canada next year.
    That's my favourite car

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  • -adrian-
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    I wonder how much potential savings there is going south of the border to try and pick one up? ... although when I say 'I wonder' it's along the same vein as "I wonder what it would be like to win the lottery ..."

    does availbility of the elise mean they automatically have access to exiges too?

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  • Cheers!
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    for 58k cdn + tax and 3 months wait. Funny thing was that the base price was 54k. After the toronto star did the article on the elise about an older woman in kingston who bought a british racing green elise the price went up by 4K when jim kenzie did another article on it with a yellow version that was featured.

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  • sjd
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    Re: Lotus Elise

    Gentry Lane, an authorized Lotus dealer is importing them legally.

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  • thgear
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    ive seen quite a bit of elises running around.... so i dont know what you are talking about

    there is a regular orange elise running around in markham all the time.

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  • DasVW
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    I didn't think you could get a Lotus up here? I know they sell in the US, but doesn't the 15yr rule apply to importing them?

    I would love to get one as a dedicated track car, almost no upgrades required.

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  • thgear
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    ehh?......

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  • michaelbanovsky
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    Still not as fast as that yellow Cobalt SS Supercharged.


    M!

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  • Cheers!
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    Re: Lotus Elise

    I don't want any

    valves
    camshafts
    pistons

    or any of that other BS. I only race rotary powered cars. Unless it's the elise.

    Leave a comment:

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