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moronracer66
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posted January 11, 2001 07:48 AM
I currently run a Pure Stock, but I pit for a Street Stock. I figue in about a year I will build a SS. What i need to know is who builds a good SS chassis? I live in Central Pa, so if it is close to Pa that would be good. Thx


widebody
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posted January 16, 2001 10:20 AM
In general your best bet is to buy a used chassis from someone curently in the class. Or at least look at what type of cars are front runners if you still want to have one built. What are your class rules? wheelbase, track width, weight. the rule book is the first place to start building a car.


MOD RACER#93
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posted January 16, 2001 08:53 PM
Maybe you should look in some racing classifieds and buy a used car you will save a lot more money I built my first car 2 years ago and after looking at all the bills I am now totaly sure that buying a complete or nearly complete car is the way to go in building a good car all the little things add up wellgood luck


VIPER000
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posted February 27, 2001 02:58 PM
WATCH ROMEX'S IDEA NOT LEAGAL AT MANY TRACKS. BUT IF LEGAL AT YOUR TRACK AN EXCELENT WAY TO GO.

[This message has been edited by VIPER000 (edited March 20, 2001).]

Chazman
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posted April 03, 2001 09:21 AM
quote:
Originally posted by moronracer66:
I currently run a Pure Stock, but I pit for a Street Stock. I figue in about a year I will build a SS. What i need to know is who builds a good SS chassis? I live in Central Pa, so if it is close to Pa that would be good. Thx
www.csc.com is the web site,we just got a street stock chassis from them and its the best thing ever.



dirtracer17
Member
posted April 10, 2001 08:25 AM
if the rulz will permit it i would go with a camaro or a nova these two cars handle great i would rather have a camaro they handle great novas are toughf to figure out suspension but u can


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