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Old 09-10-02, 10:37 PM
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Racing fiberglass Mariah is the "S"...

So I unpacked my Mariah Motorsports E-Production front fenders for my FC racer. Let me just say that I have been racing for more then twenty years and these are the best pices I have ever seen. They required about twenty minutes fitting time each and were sent to the body shop. I am more used to spending a full day making some of these crappy kits fit. The Mariah kit was an absolute pleasure to work with. I have heard a lot of people on this forum trash Mariah over thier prices. Trust me the price you pay is for the quality of the pices and the extra that you are paying up front will more then pay off when your body shop dosn't have to spend a ton of time making bad parts fit.
Mariah is the ****!!!!
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Old 09-11-02, 08:17 AM
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just not very light weight(compared to other fiberglass parts) and I personally don't like the style of the design, but that is just me. good to hear you didn't have any problems.
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What size tires do you plan to run up front and what size are you running out back?

I am interested in getting these before the end of the year and want to run 245/45/16's all the way around on 3rd gen 16x8 rims.

I plan to only use spacers up front and not out back as the stock 3rd gen rims fit fine out back. Would this royally mess up handling by not using spacers out back also?

Tim- Do you sell the style front bumpercover that you have on your racecar and how much is it?

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www.awrracing.com probably has what tims is running on his car.
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yes, the body work from my car is made by AWR. Our other car, the yellow FC, has the Mariah fender and front end. Mariah parts are meant to mount in the original locations and are not exact stock lines. they are their own design, they are also a little heavier than the parts from AWR. the AWR parts will take alot more work to fit and finish, but for me I like the style and they are as light as possible. Not sure if Mariah nose is E-production legal or not.
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Old 09-13-02, 02:02 PM
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I just love the kit for the FB.. I have one.. The FC kit looks to much for me.. *s*

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Where did you get the rims for your car magnus!!!
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I got them from a swedish company called Molway.com
I'm not really sure but I think they are made in germany.
The make is called Dezent
http://www.molway.com/htm/f-frame.htm

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