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  1. Again, I would urge those of you who doubt me to take it to Facebook. The Facebook groups have a significantly larger following than on the Forum and have a much wider demographic.
  2. Here are a few threads on Facebook to reference (might need to add as a member) https://www.facebook.com/groups/480008718866422/permalink/1468722426661708/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheZGang/permalink/3660193107349134/ https://www.facebook.com/LowDownCustoms/posts/10225562962527838 https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheZGang/permalink/2645789198789535/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/509038132596988/permalink/1715759885258134/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/v8zcars/permalink/1153018791540530/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/386021341481608/permalin
  3. Few irregularities I want to address here. First and foremost, as stated before the First few who ordered our Rear suspension kits have had issues with delivery times, axles, and fitment. That being said I have addressed those on this thread on September 25, 2020. That being said Matthew, otherwise known as 05plst4 was one of the first who ordered our rear suspension kit. He purchased it on 7/11/2019. So the issues with lead times and quality are present as the early buyers. (also highlighted phrase in pictures attached) That being said, Me and Matthew have agreed on a set of Front Control Arm
  4. Hello Charles, and everyone, Intro Its Ohm from Apex. A few guys linked me to this forum to chime in. First off, ill like to publicly appologize to Charles and anyone else who has encoutered frustation with axles and components from us. Those who have ordered the first few kits when we first released were impacted with long wait times, and missing hardware. When i first launched the product mid last year I didn't realize the demand it would cause (also from the Hellz youtube video) and the sourcing i needed to do in order to ensure met lead times. We rushed the product
  5. Hello, im adding back to this thread as i was tagged by a few people in it so i have copied my responce from another thread. Hello everyone Intro Its Ohm from Apex. A few guys linked me to this forum to chime in. First off, ill like to publicly appologize to ervyone who has encoutered frustation with axles and components from us. Those who have ordered the first few kits when we first released were impacted with long wait times, and missing hardware. When i first launched the product mid last year I didn't realize the demand it would cause (also from the He
  6. Hey @Robo I sent the FEA in a messege over facebook with a link, sorry it took so long, been swapped. @NewZed you can look at our LLC filling online at https://www.wdfi.org/apps/CorpSearch/Search.aspx? or under wisconsin state tax filing, we are a registered LLC, we have only been around for around 2 years so still relatively new. We are a new company and im trying to learn how to run the buisness and still keep my head above water. As a whole, we are a team of 5 employees. 2 welders, 1 machiest, 1 packaging/shipping and 1 powder coating guy and myself. I do the designi
  7. Also just a heads up, i won't be able to reply that often so please be patient as I am running this company and a few others and get pulled in various directions. thanks
  8. Hey Guys, My name is Ohm and i am the owner of Apex, sorry for the late response. anyway it's been awhile since i've been on this forum so bare with me... the 300zx and 370z are options as some people who already have 300zx parts from there r200 or r230 swap they can reuse the parts rather than buy new. and the 370z is an option as they are newer and more readily available than the 300zx stuff which is harder and more expensive to find. we have tested the 370z and 300zxtt axles up to 600hp with no fatigue signs or failure. the stock axle shafts would most like
  9. quick question, did the T3 kit need shortened axles? what axles did you use and did you have to modify them?
  10. you can see in this pic how the frame rails help tie the whole frame of the car together. also the new shocks i made for a custom set up. now this was about a good half year ago or so. the plans for the suspension for this car changed drastically. and i am pretty much attempting something that hasn't been done before. not going to post any pictures yet because i am planning to sell the products. but lets just say its going to be seriously insane .
  11. this was the new front suspension i fab'd up. looks good. and very functional! all suspension was painted with POR15 for no chance of rust. and then sprayed with a color! all hardware was supplied from Midwest Control Products and turned out pretty good in my opinion!
  12. thanks! and i would say tacked unpainted and everything around $150. fully done and painted $250
  13. then i bought the billet brake kit as well as a mustache bar from Arizona Z Car. THEY MAKE A FREKKIN SICK PRODUCT. just saying. it looks gorgeous. then i built control arms for the car using the old arms to make the jig. i bought rod ends and threaded bungs from Midwest Control Products. really good, affordable products.
  14. wow. its been a while huh? so this was last summer when i sprayed the undercoating. i used 3M body Shutlz. works well and is though too!
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