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cal tracs vs.slide a link

which one would you buy?...also with the caltracs...they have a low profile version...will be going on a 68 with relativley high hp...hotchkis suspension only occasional track use...

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Caltracs

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Re: cal tracs vs.slide a link

slide a link only because i have a set lol not sure in performance though they both probably have there pros and cons.

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X3.

I called both companies before I bought. Calvert Racing ( Builders of Caltracs) took the time to talk to me and explain how they worked and what I need to do. Competition Engineering ( Slidalinks) just said they worked and seemed to busy to answer specific ?s about my car.Customer service made the decision for me.

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caltracs. They work and they have great customer service.


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