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post #31 of 70 (permalink) Old 02-13-2015, 03:21 PM
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Just ordered an export brace from you! I've been hoping that would go on sale. Thanks Shaun!
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Just ordered an export brace from you! I've been hoping that would go on sale. Thanks Shaun!
Thank you very much for your order!

Shipping out today!
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Shaun do you have any deals for March?
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Don't actually have anything planned.
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Ok Thanks.
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You should do a sale on the monte carlo bar. That way I can get a matching set with my export brace.

I just installed the export brace and it is awesome. It looks great and went on smoothly.

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I just installed the export brace and it is awesome. It looks great and went on smoothly.
Pictures!?
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I think your Monte Carlo bar will clear my distributor without any issues. Least it looks like it.

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Yeah baby! Now we need to get rid of those KYB shocks and get you some Bilstein's!
Need another REALLY BIG sale! If we save enough money on the shocks we can buy also buy some of your really cool parts!

66 coupe, '93 Fox seats, Three point belts, 289, Weiand, Hipo manifolds, duel exhaust, T5 trans, Pro 5.0 shifter, 3.40 open, KH front disc, Porterfield R4-S pads, 1" front sway bar, Shelby drop, Spring perch relocation, Shelby quick steer, GT progressive coils (1/2 coil cut), 4.5 leaf mid-eye, Bilstein Street Shocks, Export brace, Monti-Carlo bar, Sub-frame connectors, Performance alignment (+3.5 caster/-.5 camber), 16x7 wheels, 215/55/16 & 225/55/16 BFG G-force

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Yeah baby! Now we need to get rid of those KYB shocks and get you some Bilstein's!
Yeah thats on the list. I have Bilsteins on the rear. I need to get the strut rods, too.

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For the front shocks, would you recommend street or sport, I have the Scoot Drake 1" drop springs?

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For the front shocks, would you recommend street or sport, I have the Scoot Drake 1" drop springs?
Street valving would be like a modern family sedan. Sport would be the SVT, M3, AMG version...
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Will there be a sale on the coilover front end system soon?
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Will there be a sale on the coilover front end system soon?
Not planning on it. If you compare the alternatives you'll see that with our custom valved bilstein shock it's easily the best option on the market, AND at the best price.
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