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Old 10-23-2002, 11:09 AM   #1
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I'm going to draw them up today and see what I can come up with. After skza'* made me realize how easy I could make these right here at work, having a huge machine shop and welding/fabrication shop just out back, I'm going to give it a shot. My question for you guys is, if I can actually come up with a strong, solid, reliable and easy to install design, would anyone be interested in buying them? Its no big deal if noone would be, I'll probably still do them for myself anyways, but it was just a thought. Maybe I can talk to the president (who is also my uncle), and actually put these into limited production for a cheap price. Business is pretty slow here right now so it wouldnt take long at all for the guys out back to spit these things out, and right now any income is good so I'm sure the price could be negotable. Anyways, just a thought. I've seen examples from the Grand Prix club that skza'* sents me, and they look and perform BAD ***. Grand Prixs are a little bit tigher cars to begin with, so I cant even imagine the benefits they would provide to our 92-99 Bonny'*.

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Got any links to it ?? Wouldn't mind scoping it up if it helps with performance handling
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Me too! For a good price.
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Talk to me, buddy! I'm always looking for ways to get it tight! Should make the launch much better!
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Here is an example of what I'm talking about from Adam'* Grand Prix GTX.

http://www.clubgp.com/forum/topic.as...ion+and+Brakes
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