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Old 05-29-2007, 06:31 AM   #11
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This sponsorship effort is for the Series II.

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The Sponsorship effort is a one time deal to the one person we choose as the winner based off of the replies we receive through the website.

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actually i've got a question.

is this "sponsorship" the half off the kit deal, going to one lucky enthusiest. or is the half off deal a limited time public offer, with a separate some lucky enthusiest is getting a kit to showboat to the world?

curoius, thats all.
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Old 05-29-2007, 06:35 AM   #13
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Perfect Incentive...

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How about this as an incentive? I'm 10 minutes away from you
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It'* a hard question to answer due to the research and never in one of our cars as of yet...
The kit is better, stronger parts than our OE parts. With that said, we hope reliability is high. Obviously we're looking for some good things with the 4.2 liter displacement over the 3.8...

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Sounds like a dream kit.
Block clearance machine work.

Sounds like some serious power.

How is the reliability with 500 hp.
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Sounds like a dream kit.
Block clearance machine work.

Sounds like some serious power.

How is the reliability with 500 hp.
Stock trans will probably be unhappy quickly.
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they have the same offer over here
http://www.clubgp.com/newforum/tm.as...anguage=single

it would be nice to see this engine on a dyno with hp + torque numbers.

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Stock trans will probably be unhappy quickly.
Not really. It'* not that large of a displacement jump..10% increase in base displacement. No Idea who is making the rods, but the pistons are a brand name (dealt with Wiseco before, on racing bikes anyways.)

What I wasn't impressed with was the photos of relieving the block... Hmmm sloppy work with the grinder (nice score in #1 cylinder bore while notching the bottom of the jug.) You can also see a lifter stuck in the bore...like they were really in a hurry.
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Default Last Call...Stroker Sponsorship Effort

Guys: We're trying to get anyone interested to get their replies in...
We have had several share interest with questions, but NOT officially stating that they're interested and want to be added.

Again, If you applied the first round and still share an interest, Please make sure to let us know. Absolutely no-one who applied the first round will be considered for the second round WITHOUT applying again.

We currently have 18 people to pick from and as far as I can see, 11 of these are top runners. We defiitely opened some doors with the 10-to-1 piston option for the N/A and N20 set-ups.

We've had to say "NO" to 6 people who could not meet our time frame and we're "PERFECT" candidates... Sorry, but they all seem to understand. WE HOPE we can work with each and everyone of you in the near future.

Our time frame for this Sponsorship Effort is to have the stroker build in a car and reporting some #'* in 2 to 3 months.

We have had 3 people respond to the "NEW" Billet cranks... We've had 5 people with questions about the NEW H-Beam STOCK REPLACEMENT rods...

Our goal is to annonce the winner, Monday, June 11th at 9:00 PM.

Thanks to everyone once again who share an interest in our products..!!
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Once again guys, Thanks for the entries and stories on alot of interesting rides. I sure hope we have some strokers out there next year.

Please help me in Congratulating Shane Matthews (Nachius)!!!

We are really looking forward to this build with him and what we're able to do with it once completed.
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screenname, forum? I'm interested as well, but I would like to know where to watch
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