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Old 12-30-2012, 12:29 AM   #16
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I didn't mean a top professional type crew chief.



Oh I know what you mean, but all the guys I know with any knowledge have their own race cars and are running them
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Old 12-30-2012, 03:02 AM   #17
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Maybe Sean Brown in Alberta. He is like Les Davenports right hand man and does lots of work on his own. If you need contact info for him PM me. I absolutely would trust him as well. I know Ryan is extremely busy. He hasa bunh on the go, but his work is awesome. Dan Vogt is a great choice as well.


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Old 12-31-2012, 01:47 AM   #18
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[email protected] Butler Bilt in Calgary does really nice work.
If you want to make the drive RH Race Cars is top notch.
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Old 01-15-2013, 06:55 PM   #19
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Well, it is being put together as we speak. I would much rather do it myself as that is part of the fun, but this works to.
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Looking forward to seeing you and your new ride at the track this spring!!
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RH build some nice stuff
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Old 01-16-2013, 02:19 PM   #22
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I am sure we will run into each other X-rated. I have a local guy putting it together, he put his 6 second ride together so I think he can do mine as well.
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I am considering hiring somebody to put together my car so I can get some racing in next year. I am so damn busy at work I only made it home for Christmas day, then back to work. I work out of town and I would lose more money taking the time off to build it than if I had some one do it. I have all the major parts and pieces, just little stuff left to get, a few AN fittings ect. It should be a high 6 second car when properly set up so I need someone I can trust. Any suggestions in Alberta, Saskatchewan, N Dakota or someplace like that close to me, I work in Southern Saskatchewan?
Join the club I've been trying to put my car together for 2 yrs. Not a money issue, if sleeping wasn't needed I would be fine. Good to be busy but it sure cuts into the play time.!

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Making some headway



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Hey man, looks awesome!

Can't wait to see it out at the track.

Way to go!
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well this is one topic i can relate too as i also was in the same situation and please make sure the person building the car knows what hes doing and also make sure hes a trust worthy guy cause its some real shisty people in the racing game im talking blood thirsty an literally dont give af about nothing but their own so make sure you do your homework it took me 3 years to finally find a reliable shop that would build my car and tune it to compete with the level of competition my car was thought to run with so good luck on that one
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Looking good...keep up the good progress!
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Old 01-20-2013, 02:15 AM   #28
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Tim is in Kelowna from talking to him last season. Ryan has 10 cars on the build right now. Keep plugging away Bear you will get it done.
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Thanks guys, I have nothing to do with putting it together other than paying for it lol, I am 10 hrs away doing this pesky working thing. I have a local racer puting it together, he put together his 6 second ride and this used to be his engine and I know him pretty well, so I trust him.
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Old 01-20-2013, 07:34 PM   #30
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Thanks Sandy, what are you running this year?
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