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Old 01-05-2007, 03:44 PM
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Default FFR / TTR Billet front lower control arms

Just an FYI - FFR / TTR Billet front lower control arms will be available for sale in about two weeks. Final pricing has not been set yet. Here is a preliminary shot of the development piece:




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Nice Mike!
Any provision for sway bar?
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Old 01-05-2007, 04:06 PM
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That almost too nice to put on a car.
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That is an impressive looking piece of work...to bad it has to be so concealed when installed.
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Nice Mike!
Any provision for sway bar?
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Hi Larry,
Not yet, but we could add that in later easily. These are going to be the base to get started. When matched with our front uppers and soon the IRS upper and lower arms, it will be a very attractive suspension set. We will be having a lot of billet pieces created in the near future including front and rear uprights, billet pieces for our GT and a lot of smaller pieces for use on TTR, FFR and others.



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Geez Mike, with all those suspension parts, I'd go-cart around w/o the body!
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Geez Mike, with all those suspension parts, I'd go-cart around w/o the body!
Larry
I'm sure you could get away with a clear Lexan body instead! We have other stuff in the works too. I'll keep you up to date as I can.



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Mike,

Very nice work! Too bad they weren't available a year ago. Knowing what I know now I would never use FFR's LCA even if they were free (yes mine were).

Now I can begin dreaming about my TTR FIA I'm going to build!

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Mike,

Very nice work! Too bad they weren't available a year ago. Knowing what I know now I would never use FFR's LCA even if they were free (yes mine were).

Now I can begin dreaming about my TTR FIA I'm going to build!

Pat
Thanks Pat,
The lowers are actually ready to ship, but I don't have them on the site yet.

Just and FYI for those who want the lowers, just email me or give me a call:

Billet Uppers for FFR, TTR and Mustang II (set): $535.00 + $18.00 s/h
Billet Lowers for FFR and TTR (set): $550.00 + $18.00 s/h
Uppers and Lowers for FFR and TTR (set): $999.00 + $25.00 s/h

So dreaming of an FIA hmmmmm.... We can actaully help you out with that. We put the FIA project on the back burner because of all the GT work, but I could be pursuaded to build a kit for ya. Maybe one with a billet suspension.

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Can you tell us anything else about the FIA project? How soon will it be available?
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Can you tell us anything else about the FIA project? How soon will it be available?
We were working on the FIA car last year before we got buried in GT orders. The FIA car we wanted to market was originally designed around an original style frame and suspension and would be very accurate. That is the part we shelved for now because of sudden parts supply issues. We do currently have an FIA body which will fit a modified version of our EVO 5 chassis and we are not sure which direction we would like to go with it. We will be build these rollers and turnkey minus kits on a behind the seens basis and I have had a lot of interest in this set-up. Not saying we will not build the original style replica we intended, but it may be awhile before its available.

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Default FFR / TTR Billet lower control arms are now available

Billet lower conrtol arms are now available and in stock for TTR and FFR cars. I will be updating the site this evening with pricing for the lower arm sets and complete front suspension sets.



Pricing will be as follows after the site update:

Billet Uppers for FFR, TTR and Mustang II (set): $535.00 + $18.00 s/h
Billet Lowers for FFR and TTR (set): $550.00 + $18.00 s/h
Uppers and Lowers for FFR and TTR (set): $999.00 + $25.00 s/h


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Looks great, Mike - you guys do outstanding work. I had a dream last night that you were making Jaguar based pieces...........
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Looks great, Mike - you guys do outstanding work. I had a dream last night that you were making Jaguar based pieces...........
Can't take credit for the arms. The designer and manufacturing company are the ones that deserve all the praise. I know there is a need for Jaguar based arms and I will pass that request along.



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offshore or U.S. manufactured at that price point? Jim
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offshore or U.S. manufactured at that price point? Jim
Right here in the good ole U.S., Nevada as a matter of fact.



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A few more pictures of the arms:













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Default long shot but...

I realize this thread is a bit long in the tooth but:

Might these still be available?
I'm desperately searching for front Upper/lowers for an FFR.
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check with Gordon Levy in Arizona, he's making them, ( I believe TTR is no more)https://www.facebook.com/levyracing

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