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Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby jwracing » Fri Dec 15, 2017 7:06 pm

Been a while since our last post everyone but back with a bang !! :cow

We've been moving premises and trying to get the basics done in the new place so we can keep day to day trading rolling

Glad to say we are well into it now , new Showroom almost finished and other décor making progress , ramps installed , dyno going in next week and some 100+ light bulbs replaced so far including a whole bunch of new Hi Bay lamps which I can tell you is somewhat of a mission to install!!!

So , now we are trying to re integrate ourselves with social media having taken a step back for a while and what better way than to announce our partnership with Liberty Walk

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These kits aren't to everyone's taste but theres no denying they do make the new S550 even more badass than they already do :shock:

Any interest in these kits , the air ride , wheels and tyres to suit, let me know and of course we are now fully operational again to take on all your Mustang needs for any supply and install

If you just need a price give me a shout , if you have parts to fit give me a shout :D

All the best

Jason :D

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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby badhand » Sat Dec 16, 2017 1:51 pm

Nice one Jason.

Love Liberty Walk stuff...

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Postby jwracing » Sat Dec 16, 2017 2:23 pm

It certainly stands out !! :shock:

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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby cati » Sun Dec 17, 2017 12:25 pm

when s550s get cheap this has to be on the list

do any kits for a 69 mustang :)

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Postby badhand » Sun Dec 17, 2017 2:09 pm

jwracing wrote:It certainly stands out !! :shock:


Will they be standing out on Project 'Cobra?'

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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby jwracing » Mon Dec 18, 2017 1:36 pm

ill be honest ,I'm not 100% sure

ive been a fan of the widebody revolution but personally prefer the smooth finish , like it was original , rather than the bolt on type

I have a few other options I'm looking at and also hoping to add to the website soon so may go for one of those when the financial hurt of moving premises begins to abate !

cheers

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Postby badhand » Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:48 pm

jwracing wrote:ill be honest ,I'm not 100% sure

ive been a fan of the widebody revolution but personally prefer the smooth finish , like it was original , rather than the bolt on type


I know what you mean, but it so rare that anyone gets it right - they always balls up the swage lines and end up with some horrid ballooning bulge over the front wheel. At least with bolt-ons there's no attempt to blend with the original form.

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Having said that, there's still a lot of details to consider where the arches meet the body and that's where they generally mess it up; at the lower parts of the curve where they hit the sills. Especially on the leading edges of the rear arches. What works on a Lambo doesn't always work on a Mustang...

Not looking forward to getting the arches on Hellraiser right... :?

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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby jwracing » Tue Dec 19, 2017 7:55 pm

IM LIKING THIS ONE

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Postby badhand » Tue Dec 19, 2017 8:40 pm

Personally, I think that's taking it too far. Well executed but butt ugly. Looks like it's prolapsed.

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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby cati » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:28 pm

There is a grey s550 with low kit on from Northampton performance centre on speed hunters

Not so keen on the entire kit but the wheels and boot spoiler are cool. If 3dm can do those wheels to fit an non wide body and still keep some lip on the front I would be in like Flynn

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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby jwracing » Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:33 pm

cati wrote:There is a grey s550 with low kit on from Northampton performance centre on speed hunters

Not so keen on the entire kit but the wheels and boot spoiler are cool. If 3dm can do those wheels to fit an non wide body and still keep some lip on the front I would be in like Flynn


any pics of said car ? :?:

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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby jwracing » Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:36 pm

I'm toying with this one also as I know there is only one o0ther car in the world with this kit currently

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I would need a Roush bumper for it to fit and I would mould the kit into the new panels rather than bolt them on as shown on this car
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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby badhand » Thu Dec 21, 2017 6:28 pm

Can't quite see it. Looks way better than the 'vert above, but got any more pics?

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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby jwracing » Thu Dec 21, 2017 6:36 pm

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these guys have bolted the parts on for ease of removal after damage but they can ne moulded on which I feel will be nicer

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Re: Liberty Walk now available at JW Racing ...

Postby badhand » Thu Dec 21, 2017 7:44 pm

Still struggling to get a good look, but from these pics, it certainly looks like one of the better styled widebodies...


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