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Old 3-16-12, 12:09   #121 (permalink)
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“One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that if you drive into London at 6am, half of the cars on the roads are Porsches and Astons. Whereas if you go in at ten to nine, they’re all Renaults. Simple solution, then. You want a nice car? Get up earlier and do more work.”

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Old 3-16-12, 13:45   #122 (permalink)
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some nice looking suspension components you have there boss.. where'd you get all the purdy stuff? - or did you gather it from multiple places and have it all coated? is it powdercoated too?

-Jealous.. --> wish they made nice aftermarket lower control arms for 2g MX-6's. lol..

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Hey its Jack from CP, build is coming along great man! I like the color you chose.
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Old 3-17-12, 7:36   #124 (permalink)
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some nice looking suspension components you have there boss.. where'd you get all the purdy stuff? - or did you gather it from multiple places and have it all coated? is it powdercoated too?

-Jealous.. --> wish they made nice aftermarket lower control arms for 2g MX-6's. lol..
It's all from Jim Pierce @ Pierce Motorsports in Torrance, CA. And yes, it's all powdercoated, local place. Indy ProKote. They do a great job. The downside is that they charge accordingly.

Talk to King6 about arms... i bet for the right price he might be able to whip something up!

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Hey its Jack from CP, build is coming along great man! I like the color you chose.
F00 i know who you are!! Build has been an utter pain in my ass. I can't seem to catch a break. Oh well, shouldn't be too much longer now! Appreciate the kind words!

“One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that if you drive into London at 6am, half of the cars on the roads are Porsches and Astons. Whereas if you go in at ten to nine, they’re all Renaults. Simple solution, then. You want a nice car? Get up earlier and do more work.”

— Jeremy Clarkson
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I wonder if we could you use some adjustable rear arms like yours above on our 1st gens? I may try ones for hondas or others similar as ours.
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I wonder if we could you use some adjustable rear arms like yours above on our 1st gens? I may try ones for hondas or others similar as ours.
It's the same suspension design back there, just different lengths. Honestly, they're fairly easy to make if you know what parts you're looking for...

Now that i know their construction, i could have made them for a bit cheaper than i paid for them, even accounting for money i'd pay a welding shop. I like supporting the people who support my oddball cars, though.

Maybe talk to King6 about making some?

“One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that if you drive into London at 6am, half of the cars on the roads are Porsches and Astons. Whereas if you go in at ten to nine, they’re all Renaults. Simple solution, then. You want a nice car? Get up earlier and do more work.”

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