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Yay we have our own forum now!

 

 

A little bit about Xcessive Manufacturing:

 

Xcessive is a 10,000 sqft custom fabrication shop located in Portland, OR.

Set up to handle parts in a wide range of manufacturing such as, foundry consulting/casting, cad design and part/mold engineering,

fabrication in wood, metal, plastic, fiberglass and carbon fiber. With complete wood, metal and plastic shops,

we can design and build virtually anything!

 

All of our current products were done 100% in house, from design/engineering to patterns/molds and machining.

With design experience going back to the '60s and todays cad/cam technology, we are able to produce products that offer perfomance and reliability.

 

If your looking for contract machining or one off fabrication, marine, industry, automotive or just recreational toys, we can handle it.

 

We are more than just a Cressida parts manufacturer, but we are committed to all customers. Big or small, we treat everybody with the same care.

If you have a question or problem with a part feel free to give us a call or email. We are always willing to help out the customer.

Our products are kept in stock and ship usually within two days of purchase unless otherwise noted.

Any parts that may become out of stock due to high volume of sales, are restocked within two weeks.

 

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Rich's Custom Cuda

 

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Rich's 1400hp MKIV Supra

 

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So basically we now have a our own section for people to post questions, comments, requests

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i ordered some mounts yesterday did he tell you i said hi?

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Guest blacks13ryan

i was there at the shop on saterday. its was like heaven. Rich hooked me up on parts and i cant wait to go back.

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Ima park my big rig out there and raid this place. :)

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i received my x8 mounts and mount brackets a few days ago. really legit design and quality!

 

+1 for xm for sure

 

i will be one of the first to purchase tension rods if/when xm produces them

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where can i learn more about that supra

 

what do you want to know?

 

 

 

^ and why is it running distributor?

 

 

if I recall, because its running something such a powerful ignition system (I want to say 10 amps). Enough juice to fry any coil on plug setup.

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it's running a custom MSD ignition setup, 2 amps! JZ runs about 1.6 to 1.8milli amps max.

 

Basically he can run a 30/thou spark plug gap and still run 42psi, think of an arc welder running through your spark plugs.

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OK guys just putting this out there.

 

When are you seriously going to make x8 adj RUCA?

You cant say there isn't enough interest to warrant making them, that's BS.

 

Beech can make a set similar to the one's below but charge's more than the price of your rear adj arm kit and thats before shipping...

 

While I understand that this is Beech's design and all I dont see why you guys at XM cant do something similar.

All it would need is a replaceable ball joint and dual adjustment like your RLCA comes with...

 

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I'm not trying to be douche, if it comes across that way I apologise.

I need this shit as I know many other's do too, not just on this forum either...

 

 

Really look forward to your reply.

 

Cheers,

Mitch

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mitto, why dont you just buy robs arms? his car will never go again anyway.

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Yeah I stole that picture from your post rob haha.

 

I just want to get rid of my hella camber out back without having to compress the drive shafts or run fucking stretched to all fuck tyre's.

 

While I should just buy beech's arm's I know i'd want to mess with the adjustment's and cant be fucked having to pull the arm's off everytime I feel like playing speed racer...

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The smart thing to do would be to make the balljoint have a slider. Look atsome of the more popular aftermarket FUCA for double wishbone cars.

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Im not really a fan of those setups.

 

While I realise they're a "tried and tested" popular design I just dont like the way the slider "locks" into place...

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Serrations/notches with numbered marks on the slider would be boss.

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HAHA My car will just sit in yard. as hard parking is cool these days and you dont need a engine for that.

 

 

If i had to design my own arms i would do what Troy said with say Zero as the stock adjustment and then maybe 5mm. as for adjustment i think the way to do it would be adjust the top a tad longer then stock one and then use the lower arms for all the other adjustment.

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