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Old 02-02-2012, 11:54 PM   #31
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Old 02-14-2012, 06:29 AM   #32
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Ciao Contingency,

first, sorry for my terrible English

I read that you have considerable experience with cushions, molto bene!!

The pictures are not yet available, because of the official presentation at the Nürnberg Toy Fair.

However, you can see photos of old pistons...

Surely I will create a more professional site, but for now I still want to have fun to design and build components for our cars

For those who want more information, I suggest to visit the news section of my website and read the available pdf files.

Saluti da Tiziano
Hello Tiziano,

I ordered all three versions of the pistons you have developed for the 16mm shock body and enough shock bodies to build each variant. Hopefully when I get stateside I'll have enough time to do evaluations.

Yes I have some offroad suspension design and tuning experience for full sized race cars. Although there are those that think sprint and midget oval racing shock design is far superior experience to having to build race cars that don't cause spinal injuries while driving...LOL

Cheers mate and keep us informed of any new developments
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