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Offline NV Auto

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Racecomp Engineering now available.
« on: May 06, 2015, 06:05:58 am »

We are proud to announce that we now sell Racecomp Engineering!!
We are in the process of adding all of the part numbers to the web store, in the meantime if you don't see what you are looking for just shoot Riley a email and he will get you pricing ASAP!

For those of you unfamiliar with here is some info about Racecomp

Racecomp Engineering is dedicated to providing enthusiasts with the ultimate suspension and brakes systems for their Subaru Impreza, Legacy, BRZ, and Mitsubishi EVO.
  Since its founding in 2003, Racecomp Engineering has been widely regarded as the authority on suspension and brake design in the Subaru Impreza community. RCE components are found on everything from daily drivers to Speed World Challenge GT racecars.
Focusing on the track day and hardcore enthusiast, RCE strives to properly match clients with a suspension set up that best suits their needs. Rather than simply throwing parts at a car, the goal is to carefully choose a system that works together to provide the best possible solution for each individual driver. Understanding that a car can be much more than just the sum of its parts is crucial to maximizing grip, increasing control, and decreasing lap times.

Racecomp Engineering has provided unique solutions that fill the gaps in needed areas of the Subaru Impreza and Legacy chassis. Components are designed with sound suspension engineering theory coupled with extensive real world fine tuning on the street and track. The result is a range of highly acclaimed race-winning suspension and brake components for your Subaru.

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Re: Racecomp Engineering now available.
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2015, 10:36:42 am »
Any word on shock/struts for 2015 STi's that can be run in B-street class for autoX? I heard back in December from Myles that they were working on something.