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    Hello from the house of thrust down here in N.C.

    So , the new engine I've been working of for the past 3 years has some pretty incredible tech ... everything from Composite ceramic parts... to our "additive technology" that was exclusively developed to build our very intricate fuel nozzles...


    as seen here:
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    So I know you are thinking "But Craig? what does this have to do with us other than getting us across the country to visit Grandma?"

    Well GE additive teamed up with HRE wheels and produced these sick Baby's


    motown muscle southern chapter "we find rust free material for the michigan masses"

    08 Mustang GT broke but beautiful


    99 saturn SL1 with the air box removed for POWER!!!!
    Ford Chrysler or GM it doesent matter to me as long as its domestic.

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    I saw the HRE video on another forum. Very cool technology. Can't wait to see it evolve to a more mass-market space.

    Also, I do NOT want to be the one who has to clean those wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cASe SenSiTive View Post
    I saw the HRE video on another forum. Very cool technology. Can't wait to see it evolve to a more mass-market space.

    Also, I do NOT want to be the one who has to clean those wheels.
    ha ha! that's what we thought when we first saw it...… they could use our new hydrotropic coating to keep them clean..
    motown muscle southern chapter "we find rust free material for the michigan masses"

    08 Mustang GT broke but beautiful


    99 saturn SL1 with the air box removed for POWER!!!!
    Ford Chrysler or GM it doesent matter to me as long as its domestic.

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