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Author Topic:   Info on Pierce modified
posted November 18, 2002 11:50 AM
I am considering purchasing a new Pierce modified and was curious what you think about one. I've heard they work well on the dry, but how does it work on hooked up and rough tracks? Also, how helpful is Bob when you have questions? Does he call you back and do you feel you get good support? Being located in California I am very concerned with tech support and want to get a chassis where the guys will work with me on getting the car to work on our heavy and rough tracks. I am considering his new underslung chassis and would be running the 4-link/swing-arm combination. Any comments will be appreciated.

Anthony USA-1
posted November 18, 2002 07:21 PM
I am from Pa. and we have run against some Pierce cars. They are very fast on dry, slick tracks. Pretty fast on heavy tracks, but not as impressive as on dry tracks in my opinion.

posted November 19, 2002 12:15 PM
I have just became a distributer for Bob's cars. Everytime I needed help from him on my old car he is more than willing to give me info. Right now I have 2 new underslung cars on the way. I sould get them in a week or two. I also think the cars are a rocket! I know the cars are very fast on the heavy stuff, but it's just like everything else on the dry, the driver has to do more with helping the car out. I know it gets the power to the ground, but the driver has to control it. I have a very strong 383 under the hood and I could get all the power I needed to the gound. Also, I'm working on a web site with a chat forum just for our chassis. I think it sould be up in January or Febuary. I think something like that would help transfer the chassis info around faster. Let me know what you think about the idea. ltr spde
p.s. I do not think your making a mistake by buying a PIERCE MOD!!!!!!!!!