Regret that I need to sell my Zenos E10R as I am emigrating to Canada. I’ve owned the car from new (I had an E10S before this one) and it has covered just over 11,000 miles. My car is probably the most “sorted” Zenos in the world. The standard E10R was great for road use but my car has the benefit of more than £13,000 of upgrades, most of which improve the car’s performance for track day use. The upgrades include: Brake upgrade front and rear with front brake cooling ducts; turbo upgrade with engine remap; charge cooler; Nitron NTR R3 shocks with stiffer springs; radiator cooling duct; Quaife limited slip differential; and GPS-based lap timing software integrated into driver displays.
Most of the upgrades have been done by Colin Wakelin, known in the Zenos community for having developed well-designed and fully-developed and tested upgrades for the car. Matthew Bentley Racing worked with Nitron to design, install and set up the suspension and brakes were developed by a combination of Reyland and Colin Wakelin.
Dyno results for my car show a repeatable 355bhp and 387 lbft which, in a car weighing only 840kg make it very fast. The brake upgrades give it repeatable, reliable stopping power on track. The LSD allows it to put the power down out of corners and the suspension upgrades give more grip and control while not ruining the ride for road use.
The car comes with a variety of accessories and spares (windscreen or aeroscreen, standard and sports exhaust, spare Pagid brake pads for the front, spare Hawk pads for the rear, “get-you-home” hood and storm cover). As an optional extra I have access to a set of spare body panels if the buyer wants this extra security.
The car is in very good condition, with a recent service/ spanner check by Colin Wakelin and MOT until August 2021.