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SWAVE Summit Chassis Handling Products available in the USA @ whoosh

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kivnul

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The back one that has six points is the one I have my eye on.

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Looks like it is not compatible with the Pierce 4 point. I made a bastardized image to show
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The two center bolts are directly under the pierce bar.
 


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How much you are charging for the chassis braces?


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we're loading all the product range this week
whoosh will be offering SWAVE's full range for the Fiesta, Focus ST/RS and Mustang so there is quite a bit of product to cover.
I'll prioritize Fiesta as usual though haha
 


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we're loading all the product range this week
whoosh will be offering SWAVE's full range for the Fiesta, Focus ST/RS and Mustang so there is quite a bit of product to cover.
I'll prioritize Fiesta as usual though haha
Sweet can’t wait to drop some tax money on the fist! Lol


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How will they fit with the Hotside pipe that is non factory or ATP?
I'll test with cp-e / Mishimoto being 2.5"
ATP, whoosh, MBRP, Peron, Turbo Technics all use OEM size (1.75") or 2" pipework which clears no issue
 


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How will they fit with the Hotside pipe that is non factory or ATP?
I am using a EFR turbo (Peron kit). I had to modify the mounting for the hot side charge pipe. What I did was remove the studs where the pipe bolts to the rear of the sump and use bolts. This raises the pipe about 1/4" of an inch. I also bent the bracket on the charge pipe to raise it a little further. This involved cutting part of the bracket and bracing it.
Look at the image I posted before get some idea of what I mean.
 




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