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Old 12-18-2011, 02:50 AM
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hi mark i have a set hre that are off of a 07 cup car trying to make them fit my 07 gt3rs. was wondering if you are able to mill the offset down because they stick out inch in the front.
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hi mark i have a set hre that are off of a 07 cup car trying to make them fit my 07 gt3rs. was wondering if you are able to mill the offset down because they stick out inch in the front.
I would have to see the wheel but usually you can only go about 5mm max and still maintain a hubcentric locator hole. If you don't rely on the hole, it puts all the wheel load stress on the studs alone and you don't want that.

I'll PM you since I'm going to be in the city this morning and maybe we can connect to check the wheels out.

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Old 12-20-2011, 12:15 PM
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Richard,

I re-sent the request for pricing on the used RSR parts you asked about. However the team is heavy in preparation for Daytona so it may be a few weeks before hearing back from them. I'll let you know.

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Old 12-24-2011, 02:28 PM
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Richard,

Good used spares for 997 GT3 RSR (not timed out parts)

997 GT3 RSR Front Cross Memeber H SubFrame - $600 each
997 GT3 RSR Rear Sub Frame 997.331.051.9C - $1250 each
997 GT3 RSR Rear Sub Frame 997.331.052.9C - $1250 each
997 GT3 RSR Lower Suspension Arms "wishbones" with solid caster bushings F or R - $525 each
997 GT3 RSR Lower Suspension Thrust Arms "tuning fork" with F or R - $425 each
997 GT3 RSR Large Alcon Brake caliper (stops 15" rotor, 4 caliper set - $5,000 These are $20,000 new.

Let me know how many you need of each item or if you plan to buy out our whole inventory $3M will do that also.

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Old 12-24-2011, 04:04 PM
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Way to expensive for my taste, i can buy new parts for almost the same prices.. but thanks for the offer
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Old 12-25-2011, 04:30 PM
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Hey Mark
Thanks for all the help with my GT3 suspension. All parts arrived as promised. I will call you when I start my next project.

Happy Holidays!
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Old 12-28-2011, 04:23 PM
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Old 12-28-2011, 10:04 PM
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Has anyone ran this setup on the street? How durable are these magnesium center? Newer built E88 now has Aluminum centers? Man E88 looks so gorgeous...

Mark...hope you are still on here or check your email
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Old 12-29-2011, 01:17 AM
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Mark,

Could you pm or email me your shop address? I will have my brother go take a look at those e88, and pay you in person instead of paypal. This is Darren btw, we exchanged email few hours ago. Thanks
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Originally Posted by Rickard 993 Turbo View Post
Way to expensive for my taste, i can buy new parts for almost the same prices.. but thanks for the offer
Richard,

I'm really confused. You posted the above quoted statement, then PM'ed me asking for the parts again. I'm trying to work with you but these are the market prices.

The 997 RSR shocks you are asking about are $9K USD for a fresh set.

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Old 12-29-2011, 11:13 PM
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Could you pm or email me your shop address? I will have my brother go take a look at those e88, and pay you in person instead of paypal. This is Darren btw, we exchanged email few hours ago. Thanks
Damen,

I'll look forward to meeting your brother when I'm back from our ski trip. Thanks for messaging me.

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Richard,

I'm really confused. You posted the above quoted statement, then PM'ed me asking for the parts again. I'm trying to work with you but these are the market prices.

The 997 RSR shocks you are asking about are $9K USD for a fresh set.

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Is that from Ó -09 and is that inluding springs and top mounts ?

9000 is Ó fair price against new price for the shocks, but sub framme is in the blue
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Mark, paypal sent for the fun bits, thx for the prompt email communication
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Old 12-31-2011, 12:19 AM
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Is that from Ó -09 and is that inluding springs and top mounts ?

9000 is Ó fair priceey against new price for the shocks, but sub framme is in the blue
Richard,

The shocks are Sachs 4 way front and rear from the 2009- RSR cars. The shocks alone cost $16,000 per set. I will go $2100 for the 2 sub frames if you buy them with a set of shocks for $9,000. We use proprietary springs and perches that we can't sell with the shocks. I may be able to get you stock RSR parts if we still have them but I'll have to check that.

Let me know if that works for you.

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