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    Default Fenix offering parts and new engine for M12's!! ?

    Interesting comments from Lee... Apologies if you have seen this before.. but I hadn't!

    http://www.fenixautomotive.com/entry.php?21-Tit-Bits

    Specifically:

    "We are also busy with M12 customers who want their cars updating. We have designed a modified and much improved chassis conversion to take an inline motor and inline transaxle. This is due to be released soon.

    Whilst talking M12 we are making parts for these at competitive prices. If you need parts or service or upgrades contact us with your requirements."

    and

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    Interesting, the more choices the better. Although I'd doubt I'd do a drivetrain swap unless something expensively-bad happens to my current setup. Will be interesting to see what motor (or motors?) he has fit and working
    -Kevin

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    Quote Originally Posted by default View Post
    Interesting, the more choices the better. Although I'd doubt I'd do a drivetrain swap unless something expensively-bad happens to my current setup. Will be interesting to see what motor (or motors?) he has fit and working
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    wondered how the chassis improvements will be like
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    Well, keep in mind that he said that in February. It is now July. Define "soon".

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    I think the time stamp is DD/MM/YYYY on his website blog?
    That would mean it was a recent entry?
    Quote Originally Posted by caccobra View Post
    Well, keep in mind that he said that in February. It is now July. Define "soon".
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    What if he can stuff a big twin turbo V8 in it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by caccobra View Post
    Well, keep in mind that he said that in February. It is now July. Define "soon".
    Just to let you know the time date stamp of the blog post shows "02-07-2010 at 01:42 PM" In the European time date format. That is July 2, 2010. So the post was just 6 days ago.

    But... I will agree with caccobra and say soon is all relative.
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    Is he saying he can do this in the current frame??

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    A light longitudinal V-8 engine would be cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dino View Post
    A light longitudinal V-8 engine would be cool.
    It would be amazing. Most everyone has thought a longitudinal application could not be done.

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