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Old 05-20-2015, 04:04 PM   #21
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I just received the following email this morning from my suspension sponsor!

Hello, James, hope you are having a fun racing season. I did want to let you know that Kelvin and a suspension company in Italy have teamed up to produce an entirely new drop- in hydraulic kit for the WP forks. It was originally designed to help replace the WP 4CS forks that have many issues. It does not use any original parts from the open chamber, closed chamber, or 4CS forks. It is a complete system using on the inner and outer fork tube only and does turn the forks into an improved closed cartridge system. The advantages are improved performance and much more adjustability. They are coming in at $1798,00 retail. It is definitely for people serious about performance. "Name omitted" down there in Texas is running them, and of the systems we have sold, he and other racers are very happy. They are really excited about the wide range of adjustments. If you or anyone you may know, might be interested, call or email us. We can have Kelvin explain the details. Take care and keep going fast.

This is from CSR supspension and they are a great group of guys and only work on off-road racing set ups, no mx or sx set ups, these guys are the but, they're out of state and you should expect a 3 week turn around at best.


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Old 05-20-2015, 04:13 PM   #22
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I just received the following email this morning from my AA sponsor!

Hello, James, hope you are having a fun sober season. I did want to let you know that Kelvin and a company in Italy have teamed up to produce an entirely new program for alcoholics. It was originally designed to help replace the crack users that have many issues. It does not use any original parts from the 12 step program. It is a complete system using positive reinforcement only and does turn sobriety into an improved experience. The advantages are improved performance and a much more clear mind. They are coming in at $1798,00 retail which is a small price to pay compared to the cost of a DWI. It is definitely for people serious about sobriety. "Name omitted" down there in Texas is using them, and of the systems we have sold, he and other drunks are very happy. They are really excited about the wide range of adjustments. If you or anyone you may know, might be interested, call or email us. We can have Kelvin explain the details. Take care and keep clean.

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Seems like it may be worth the price.
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Seems like it may be worth the price.
I'd say only, if you're at the level to feel and know the difference, if you can't use it all no sense in getting it. I think Factory Connection would be right for you, and not too terribly expensive.
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I'd say only, if you're at the level to feel and know the difference, if you can't use it all no sense in getting it. I think Factory Connection would be right for you, and not too terribly expensive.
I think it would solve all my problems.
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