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Old Today, 09:20 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by Ryephile View Post
$3700 for a pair of front struts that aren't even inverted style? And no-name springs to go with them, and a really flimsy looking drop-link tab. I'm with ninetres on this, these look like show-car parts and not something I'd see at the track.

The 15 years I've been tracking, I've never heard of this brand on any track car. Looking at their website, they appear to cater to the resto-mod muscle crowd.

Given they're not in Detroit, or even Michigan, I'm also a bit annoyed at their name.

they started in Detroit back in 1997 in their 2 car home garage, then later moved to a 3,000 sq foot space. later moved to NC to a 10,000 foot space, which is prob more economical given the new location...

also a former GM proving ground engineer for the corvette program 1993-2000. not bad for starting a business with 1,000$ in the bank account.

as posted above, if you came from a 5th gen, these have def been a main staple of the Camaro platform for a while now.
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