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Old 01-30-2004, 08:48 PM   #16
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Old 01-30-2004, 09:24 PM   #17
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Old 01-30-2004, 10:18 PM   #18
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The one thing that I will say about Jason and BMI is "homework" he has done it! The kits go together perfect with-out a glitch, the price is killer, and they look FREAKIN cool as heck when they are all done!

I have had some of the most respected racers come up and check it out with awe.

Aside from looks it does the job real well, more corner speed with less scrubbing!

Just about everyone at the track I race at has one and all love it!

BMI is the way to go IMO!

Good luck with your decision!

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Old 01-31-2004, 05:58 AM   #19
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We have drivers that drive both at our club here in Cleveland. They're both excellant chassis'. I can only speak for Warpspeed on the subject of customer service as I have not talked with Jason from BMI, but dealing with Victor @ Warpspeed is a dream. He is more than willing to bend over backwards to help out a customer. Or to call a customer on his own time to make sure everything is okay. Flip a coin, I don't think you can go wrong with either one.


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Old 01-31-2004, 09:55 AM   #20
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kinda funny,,,,,,,,,,,,, i started a thread just like this but it was locked 3 min after i opend it .........whatever..........
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Old 01-31-2004, 10:39 AM   #21
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So far the thread has remained on the right track , thats why its still open i'm sure. Like everyone says , its personal pref. on wich one to choose , my only advise will be to hold each one in your hand, dont go by a picture. the choice will then be clear. Both are race winning cars.
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I think everyone is right on track with the feedback on these two conversion kits. Both have strong points and weak points, but both are EXCELLENT steps form a stock TC3.

I have been researching both of them for a couple of months now, and with all of the information I have collected, I can tell you that either kit will give you a better handling, faster, lighter race car, which is the whole point to racing.

I honestly don't think you could go wrong with either kit. Buy one on personal preference, finances, supply and demand, color, looks or what your buddies at the track run. Both company owners seem to be genuine and helpful, and very nice to deal with. Both are young companies and looking to grow, so they will always help you get the most out of their products.

I know which one I'm going to buy...


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hmmm i pick option A
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I think everyone is right on track with the feedback on these two conversion kits. Both have strong points and weak points, but both are EXCELLENT steps form a stock TC3.

I have been researching both of them for a couple of months now, and with all of the information I have collected, I can tell you that either kit will give you a better handling, faster, lighter race car, which is the whole point to racing.

I honestly don't think you could go wrong with either kit. Buy one on personal preference, finances, supply and demand, color, looks or what your buddies at the track run. Both company owners seem to be genuine and helpful, and very nice to deal with. Both are young companies and looking to grow, so they will always help you get the most out of their products.

I know which one I'm going to buy...


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It is nice to see this thread staying civil. Both are excellent.

I did weight my BMI this weekend as it was the first race since I made the change and it was a little more than an oz. lighter than my all graphite FT TC3. I added some weight down the center of the chassis and it is ready to go.
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thanx for keeping this thread up guys
im finding out a lot of info
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thanx for keeping this thread up guys
im finding out a lot of info
So hows the racing in vegas?? Id love to bring my car out there sometime...any big races coming soo to your area??
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