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  • racecartech
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    Re: PIP schedules

    there are 2 conflicting reports from CCC members about Bilstien.

    Bill do you know the model of yours?

    Also, as anouther note, Bilstien are OE on several models of car and even light truck applications. not as a replacement but new

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  • thgear
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    Originally posted by racecartech View Post
    Bill unless your shocks are adjustable there is not a need to take pips.

    Aftermarket OE style are allowed

    Unless a CCC person corrects me?
    if the shock is marketed as an OE replacement, then it is fine

    bilstein B4
    kyb gr2
    monroe from canadian tire

    koni does not make an OEM replacement, even their "red" series is considered a quality shock for most cars.


    if it advertizes improved performance, then it is piped


    Originally posted by ONdriver View Post
    Since we're on the subject of shocks, I was thinking about these ones for next year:
    http://cart.bilsteinus.com/product/35-128717/1431310
    The heavy duty Bilstein B6 shock which is non-adjustable.
    Not sure if that's what Bill was looking at.
    Would they be a "PIPable" replacement product?
    Perry
    the bilstein "hd" (heavy duty) with the monotube design are an improvement over whatever they are replacing, not only in the quality of valving but the fact that they are monotube. They are a really good shock if you choose to remain at OEM ride height, since it is designed to work with a certain level of shaft travel.

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  • ONdriver
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    Since we're on the subject of shocks, I was thinking about these ones for next year:
    http://cart.bilsteinus.com/product/35-128717/1431310
    The heavy duty Bilstein B6 shock which is non-adjustable.
    Not sure if that's what Bill was looking at.
    Would they be a "PIPable" replacement product?
    Perry

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  • Dave Barker
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    Originally posted by Alloy GT View Post
    Appreciate the tip! Indeed, they are oem style (non adjustable). CCC would u pls chime in with a verdict pls? Thx! Bill
    Bill, I think Bilstein markets themselves as sig better than stock and the CCC would take them at their word. If they weren't any better, then why would you buy them? ( I assume they cost more than OEM).

    Net point is sorry but they are 2 PIPs

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  • nissannx
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    Originally posted by racecartech View Post
    I won GT1 at the last event with under 200 hp on street tires! Drove someone elses car, (didn't use much brakes either).

    At least on my car I get Hoosiers! really big Hoosiers!
    I'm taking my car to Can-Alignment this week to get prepped for August. You'd better get really big Hoosiers, because Scott is really good and you'll be facing Katie and I in a Can-Alignment prepped car!

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  • racecartech
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    I won GT1 at the last event with under 200 hp on street tires! Drove someone elses car, (didn't use much brakes either).

    At least on my car I get Hoosiers! really big Hoosiers!

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  • Venom
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    Originally posted by racecartech View Post
    [ATTACH]4961[/ATTACH]

    The pip schedule for me for the nationals.

    enjoy
    140hp in GT1
    Brakes, who needs brakes? LOL

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  • racecartech
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    Thank You Wes, I knew there was something about that one, just wasn't sure of the particulars.

    I run coilovers, so I am hit with all 6 pips

    so are Bilstiens 0 pips???

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  • tanney
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    Not true. I inquired about using Koni non adjustable and was shot down. Ask the CCC about the specific shock make and model, BEFORE you spend the money.....

    Originally posted by racecartech View Post
    Bill unless your shocks are adjustable there is not a need to take pips.

    Aftermarket OE style are allowed

    Unless a CCC person corrects me?

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  • Alloy GT
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    Originally posted by racecartech View Post
    Bill unless your shocks are adjustable there is not a need to take pips.

    Aftermarket OE style are allowed

    Unless a CCC person corrects me?
    Appreciate the tip! Indeed, they are oem style (non adjustable). CCC would u pls chime in with a verdict pls? Thx! Bill

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  • racecartech
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    Bill unless your shocks are adjustable there is not a need to take pips.

    Aftermarket OE style are allowed

    Unless a CCC person corrects me?

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  • Alloy GT
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    2 dogs gotta count as mods!!! I somehow managed to screw up my current schedule online, so here is a text version of my 03 z06 vette:
    1) LG Headers (how silly but aint gonna pay to take them off now)
    2) PfattySways (ditto)
    3) Bilstein Shocks (cheaper than oem)
    4) A4 Seats (a real mod!)
    5) NT05 Street tires (200 tread)
    All of this currently puts me in a very telented, but not much feared SGT class and specifically: 2-S. NB currently trying to figure out how to hook the car up with an old stang motor and move down to gt3 or a civic one and gt4...but pls keep it a secret! Cheers! Bill

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  • wrxr176
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    Here is mine - who wants to loan me a car. Lol

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  • racecartech
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    PIPSchedule1762[1].pdf

    The pip schedule for me for the nationals.

    enjoy

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  • Cap'n Pete
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    I would post mine, but it's boring to look at ... no mods and street tires . Funny thing is, with NO MODS, my car (base class) is in MOD class ... MOD being short for MODIFIED, right? Now how does that work?!?!!?! Thank goodness for the street tire rule helping to "un-MOD" my car!

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