GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

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GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby lmnjlo » Thu Nov 19, 2015 1:24 pm

If you have not been following the group buy for the '95-96 Canuck lowering springs, we have had another awesome opportunity! Canuck, due to a lot of interest in the past few weeks, will be starting production on ALL BERETTA Springs. See below:
"This is from Canuck as of today!!!!

"Hi,
Thank you for your information.
The engineer had confirmed we will stock both years for the Chevy Beretta lowering kits.
The only thing is, production may be a few weeks away, as we are behind in production as it is.
We thank you in advanced for your patience in this matter.
Please forward all information for the parties willing to wait for production.
I will need emails to forward invoices. I will not send invoices until product is ready to ship."

SOO......If you want springs for any year Beretta, let me know so I can forward Canuck your information.

A set is $169.95 plus $30 shipping in the U.S. They do ship internationally but buyer will need to pay added shipping and duty charges. If you are interested LET ME KNOW. I am making a list and getting THIS order ready for Canuck. The 95-96 list has already been sent.

****UPDATE****

It looks as though they have already made these and already billing those that sent them private emails before I started this group list. SO....you can either wait for me to submit the list later next week, or you can tell me to hold off or cancel and order at your leisure. :)

-87-'94 Beretta Lowering Springs:

1) Chadwick (1 set)
2) Jon (1 set) (maybe)
3) Michael Matella (2 sets) Ordered privately
4) Shane (1 set) maybe
5) Robert Simone (1 set)
6) Wex Jay (1 set) Ordered privately and paid
7) Michael Wood (1 set) already got his invoice from communicating with them privately before this list was created.
8 ) Ken Wilson (1 set)
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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby mike88gt » Thu Nov 19, 2015 5:11 pm

Just wondering why it says maybe next to some names. I sent all my info.



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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby 3X00-Modified » Fri Nov 20, 2015 7:49 am

Because maybe I want to buy a set... Haven't decided yet 100%.



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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby gtzpimp21 » Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:55 pm

Yes for sure one set (wex jay)



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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby KFLO 93 GT » Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:14 am

Put me down as a maybe, it would be nice to have a set waiting incase another Beretta falls into my lap.

Has this been ran past the 2nd gen Jbody guys? I'm sure it would garner interest there too.


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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby lmnjlo » Mon Nov 23, 2015 11:05 am

KFLO 93 GT wrote:Put me down as a maybe, it would be nice to have a set waiting incase another Beretta falls into my lap.

Has this been ran past the 2nd gen Jbody guys? I'm sure it would garner interest there too.


No I haven't informed them. What's the site and I'll post something.



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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby snowblindburd » Mon Nov 23, 2015 12:46 pm

lmnjlo wrote:
KFLO 93 GT wrote:Put me down as a maybe, it would be nice to have a set waiting incase another Beretta falls into my lap.

Has this been ran past the 2nd gen Jbody guys? I'm sure it would garner interest there too.


No I haven't informed them. What's the site and I'll post something.


http://www.v6z24.com/jbodyforum/buy-sell-trade-f7.html



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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby GTZfan » Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:09 pm

Id love to get my hands on a set, however a 1.7/1.6 inch drop is over 4cm, a bit much for practical reasons. Its awesome for the looks but not so much for the front bumber. :(


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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby 3X00-Modified » Mon Nov 23, 2015 9:04 pm

Highly doubt it will drop a factory FE3 or FE7 car that much.



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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby mike88gt » Tue Nov 24, 2015 4:24 pm

Yes for sure (Michael Wood).



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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby lmnjlo » Wed Nov 25, 2015 11:44 am

mike88gt wrote:Yes for sure (Michael Wood).

Updated.

I have reached out to the J body forum as well. Due to the holidays, I will be contacting Canuck next week to follow up on the '95-'96 order and discuss how far along we are with this order.

I will keep everyone updated.



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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby woody90gtz » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:15 pm

How does the spring rate compare to Eibach? Are they progressive or linear? I would like a little more drop than I currently have and the Eibachs are advertised as 1".


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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby lmnjlo » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:40 pm

They are a tad lower then the Eibachs, but not as low as Sprints. Is that a good measurement system? :)

When I talk to them next week I will try to get that clarified Mr. Woody. hehe



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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby GTZfan » Fri Nov 27, 2015 10:30 am

3X00-Modified wrote:Highly doubt it will drop a factory FE3 or FE7 car that much.


So you are saying, the values on their page refers to no option Berettas? Understandable - It seems like a bit much of a drop on an FE7 car indeed.


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Re: GROUP BUY: Canuck Motorsports Springs '87-94

Postby lmnjlo » Fri Nov 27, 2015 11:44 am

Ok. So...I heard from Canuck today. They have just about completed the 95-96 order and have already started on making a few sets of the 87-94, even though I havent given them a list yet...so...it looks like they may just go right into normal stock. I am waiting for more information about what they are doing with the 87-94.




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