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Old 10-02-2002, 08:28 PM   #11
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Although the site is progressing slowly I do have another company who is already making rear 13" disk kits and they will make us a kit. I am looking for people who are seriously interested and willing to keep information secret until the product is out. They already have a kit like the one you mentioned but they will make a conversion for you. This way I would sell the conversion so you could get or buy your preferred rear disk kit. Because they would use you or the appropriate person as a test run there would be a deal for you or who ever is interested.

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Fine, I have the resources financially and mechanically so...drop me a note. I'm pretty serious about doing my car. Th eonly issue I have is making sure we have replacement consumables like rotors and pads in case we are in the middle of nowhere! It would be nice if your vendor would make this a vette based kit. BUt at tis point we'll take anything I'm sure. The other thing is that we don't need the TOTAL zoot 6 piston calipers to make a great kit. A larger swept area and nice 4 piston calipers will be PLENTY for our drivers! IMHO, of course!

BTW, over at DHP we're working on 96' up Bonneville PCM'* so get with me on that deal for your site TY. I know we talked in the past but we finally got enough out of the way to get working on these!

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Great ill e-mail you and we can go from there.
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I am lo0king for just a brake upgrade to better rotors and pads, but if a kit is made for our cars, or a kit that will fit ('87 - '91 bonnies) dr0p me a note as well.
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The company I contacted is starting to work on the figures and concept. I will pursue other Bonneville’* once this one is done. Right now powerslot Rotors is your best bet. I am sure many people have different opinions about the type of pads to use.

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