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sfc's who does them?

This is a discussion on sfc's who does them? within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; I've been searching and cannot find anywhere that does sfc's suitable for a convertable. Anyone have an idea......

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    Junior Member quinncamaro's Avatar
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    Navy blue metallic
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    sfc's who does them?

    I've been searching and cannot find anywhere that does sfc's suitable for a convertable. Anyone have an idea...

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    bmrfabrication makes them - thunderracing sells BMR products too.

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    i just ordered some from LMperformance.com by RKsport

    they are supposed to be good they were only $155

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    SS: NBM, tan top
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    quincamaro do y ou have any pics of your vert, sounds like its the same as mine, check out my cardomain page in my sig
    98' SS Convertible Camaro-76k-Build # 1471, Cragar SS rims, RK SFC's, MAC Panhard, LSX Tune, Shaner S3,
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    Navy blue metallic
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    thank you for your info. I'll get onto it..

    Shame they are so heavy, will cost a fortune to get them to the UK..

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    Navy blue metallic
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    Yeah, shes the same. I've only had it a few months so havent taken any pics yet. Broke my digital camera when I was in florida a few weeks ago, will post some when I get a new one soon. Did the stb's make much difference? cos I'll probably order some of them too..

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    I went with the Kenny Brown Double Diamond SFCs. You an either get bolt in SFCs or weld-in SFCs. I went with the weld-in style. I noticed a huge difference.

    They are immediately needed for any t-top or convertable.

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    there are 2 designs... straight front//back or a diamond design.
    several companies make the straight design.
    SLP and KBDD makes the diamond design.
    I have the KBDD because it was the only one @ the time.
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    SS: NBM, tan top
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    the STB did make a huge difference in handling

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    SS: NBM, tan top
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    me, you, 1fastcamaroSS1, and some one else on the board; make 4 of the*45 navy vert ss's made in 1998

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