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Old 05-30-2013, 07:53 AM
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Looking For A 6.7L Powerstroke For Development

I am looking for someone in the Chicagoland area who owns a 2011+ Ford Super Duty with the 6.7L Diesel who would be willing to bring their vehicle in to help develop a new air intake setup. We are located out of Vernon Hills, Illinois and are requesting that you would be able to make it three to four times into the office for a initial engine scan, prototype fit-up, and final production model fitting along with pictures to be posted as the sales example.

If anyone is interested please contact me through a message or email at JohnR2C@gmail.com
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Hey John, I'm currently stationed in Great Lakes, and would LOVE to be apart of this! I have a 2012 F350 with 3500 miles. Pic in sig! Will shoot you an email now!

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Hey John, I'm currently stationed in Great Lakes, and would LOVE to be apart of this! I have a 2012 F350 with 3500 miles. Pic in sig! Will shoot you an email now!

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Eric
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No offense OP, but you're going to have to provide a helluva lot more info than that before guys will be inclined to bring their $60,000 trucks in to be guinea pigs


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Old 05-30-2013, 07:34 PM
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Wow you guys are going a little hard on OP. if anyone is interested I'm sure they will get more questions when they go check out the place. It's just an advertisement to let people knows his ideas. Showing interest doesn't mean you are signing over your truck online LOL.

Welcome to powerstroke.org OP!
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Old 05-30-2013, 07:42 PM
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Wow you guys are going a little hard on OP. if anyone is interested I'm sure they will get more questions when they go check out the place. It's just an advertisement to let people knows his ideas. Showing interest doesn't mean you are signing over your truck online LOL.

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Op joined today and it's his 1st post... I am not being hard on him, I am using my judgment.

I would throw my keys to someone like Fantom, Painted Horse, OCveloman, ect... without a second thought. But this is a new guy, that no one knows. I am just being careful, and trying to watch out for my fellow .org members.
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Would prob be helpful if his email was a company account instead of gmail :/


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^ understandable but he isn't asking people to mail him their keys and $500 cash. He's asking if anyone is up for some research and development. Maybe he didn't go the best way about asking being that its his first post but that doesn't automatically make him a scammer.

Email him and make your own judgement but calling him fishy ESPECIALLY if you don't live in the area and have no intention of even contacting him for more info is basically just rude. Not everyone is a Internet forum pro.
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^ understandable but he isn't asking people to mail him their keys and $500 cash. He's asking if anyone is up for some research and development. Maybe he didn't go the best way about asking being that its his first post but that doesn't automatically make him a scammer.

Email him and make your own judgement but calling him fishy ESPECIALLY if you don't live in the area and have no intention of even contacting him for more info is basically just rude. Not everyone is a Internet forum pro.
I am cautous and lazy. I Have never heard of R2C, but after doing some searching I found Deprecated Browser Error

and like doubledrop mentioned, this would be less fishy of an e-mail address racing@r2cperformance.com
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