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Shocking News!

Postby Monza Harry » Sun Dec 18, 2016 5:53 pm

I have purchased from "PST" in the past and I received nice appearing solid feeling parts that I hope to install sometime soon for more information to share with all of you. So today's eMail brought the usual "Buy My Stuff" mail, and an ad from "PST" and aside from the items they have had for a while these two seem new to me, [maybe I just missed them in the past] but I will link these here for all to share in the news, as choice has been diminishing a little I wanted to bring some happiness and renewed enthusiasm to the board as one of the "Christmas Joyful Moments" we all like to get! So, here are the links: http://p-s-t.com/series-220364-vi-king- ... 2%20SPYDER and for a little less "Cabbage" but still not cheap these: http://p-s-t.com/series-220207-vi-king- ... 2%20SPYDER , and if I read this right these are for my car [and more than likely all of yours too, KYB & Bilstein® performance shocks but I can't seem to find the link to the "Gold" purposely written this way I surmise to make us "Shop Around" their site: http://p-s-t.com/c-1145182-suspension-s ... 2%20SPYDER Merry Christmas ALL! Harry
Harry added wrote:Also of note to us "H-Body fanatics" is these kits please post up if you have tried this and let us know if it is a winner or a stinker: http://p-s-t.com/c-1176360-accessories- ... 2%20SPYDER and: http://p-s-t.com/i-23158026-cavity-coat ... 2%20SPYDER
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Re: Shocking News!

Postby cjbiagi » Sun Dec 18, 2016 8:13 pm

I don't know if anyone has used them or not, $700 - $900 for shocks is pretty steep though, and I spend a lot of money on my car. The other thing I always wonder about with all of these adjustable shocks, if there are 361 combinations of adjustments how in the hell are you supposed to figure out which one is best?????
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Re: Shocking News!

Postby Monza Harry » Mon Dec 19, 2016 2:24 am

cjbiagi wrote:I don't know if anyone has used them or not, $700 - $900 for shocks is pretty steep though, and I spend a lot of money on my car. The other thing I always wonder about with all of these adjustable shocks, if there are 361 combinations of adjustments how in the hell are you supposed to figure out which one is best?????

Clyde Expensive yes! 361 adjustments Track Time? You better find some good tires and go testing! Personally I think that a lot of theses items actually improve performance through added driver "comfort" just making him/her feel better and therefore more willing to push the car! But these are pretty and do fit our cars and in this world of fewer choices for our cars I am happy to see some choice even if I can't afford this until the next decade or two. Harry
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Re: Shocking News!

Postby KZVEGA » Tue Dec 20, 2016 9:02 pm

I have seen those before but not on PST. UMI also carries them. Been thinking about buying a set but I think I'll wait. My project veered so far of the original plans to begin with I think I should get out and do some testing first lol.

Definitely a sweet find though!
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Re: Shocking News!

Postby Monza Harry » Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:56 am

I hear you KZ, I am interested too but they will have to wait until the only other ones I could find and already bought are at least used, maybe a little, possibly worn some, before I throw those away. I also need to finish the 350 for it [to warrant some handling] and I am likely to buy those spindles that "Bullet" posted from "Speedway" and the brakes for that and, and, and..... Harry
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