Lotus Elan (Sprint) 1962-1975 Stainless Steel Exhaust System
|Rear Box Sprint||SSLO27|
The Lotus Elan was the first Lotus road car to use a steel backbone chassis with a fibreglass body. This style of construction was to be repeated in subsequent Lotus models for nearly three decades. At approximately 1,500 lb, the Elan embodied Colin Chapman's minimum weight design philosophy. The Elan was technologically advanced with a DOHC 1,558 cc engine, four-wheel disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, and 4-wheel independent suspension.
This stainless steel exhaust system comprises manifolds (SSLO21/5S and SSLO22/5S), Y-piece (SSLO23), link pipe (SSLO26) and sprint rear box (SSLO27).
This product is made to order and normally takes 4 weeks to manufacture.