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What's your plan to accommodate engine flex and the rigid mounting of the "snorkel exhaust" ?
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What's your plan to accommodate engine flex and the rigid mounting of the "snorkel exhaust" ?
Get a length of flex exhaust, that'll sort it
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So check this out
http://www.flickr.com/photos/corsett...in/photostream

Look at the photos. It should make you shoot a load in your pants. The cage, monster truck tires, etc.
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So check this out
http://www.flickr.com/photos/corsett...in/photostream

Look at the photos. It should make you shoot a load in your pants. The cage, monster truck tires, etc.
Some pretty cool stuff that they are doing. At the very least the metal fab and install is clean!

That front anti-sway bar setup looks very interesting - but I bet it costs a lot. And I wonder how the rear spring "cone" setup works.
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Is that thing on the good an exhaust or snorkel?
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Is that thing on the good an exhaust or snorkel?
That's a snorkel.
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So check this out
http://www.flickr.com/photos/corsett...in/photostream

Look at the photos. It should make you shoot a load in your pants. The cage, monster truck tires, etc.
That is some pretty cool stuff, a lot of it it's rather "jeepish" but the quality looks top notch. I especially like the sway bar.
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Holy crap, that's almost better than sex. Almost. That is some sick 110 bling. A lot of Corsetti's stuff looks like Equipe. I love the front sway bar with air disconnect, and the rear winch on the 90. The 110 rear corner protectors are pretty interesting too. I see they are in Milan, Italy, and I just happen to be going there in May. Hmmmmmm.....


http://www.davidecorsetti.com/index.php

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Lucky8 just informed me that Equipe split up and is now Corsetti Engineering, so it would make sense their stuff looks very Equipish.
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Looking @ that the thought that kept running through my head was Gustavo would love this. That and I need Gustavo to translate for me.
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Looking @ that the thought that kept running through my head was Gustavo would love this. That and I need Gustavo to translate for me.
The problem is that we then need someone to translate from Gustavo into English.
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Holy crap, that's almost better than sex. Almost. That is some sick 110 bling. A lot of Corsetti's stuff looks like Equipe. I love the front sway bar with air disconnect, and the rear winch on the 90. The 110 rear corner protectors are pretty interesting too. I see they are in Milan, Italy, and I just happen to be going there in May. Hmmmmmm.....


http://www.davidecorsetti.com/index.php

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Lucky8 just informed me that Equipe split up and is now Corsetti Engineering, so it would make sense their stuff looks very Equipish.
So will L8 be looking to carry and Corsetti product? I can only imagine the cost of some of the items but would be nice to know they are an option.
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[CHAPMAN] That is some ugly shit [/CHAPMAN]

I really don't like the look of any of that stuff. The snorkel is really hokey. Why go to all the trouble of custom fabbing something like that and then use a standard plastic snorkel topper that is meant to be mounted in a very different orientation. I'm sorry but that is just poorly done. Someone should be banned from using their CNC machine. Blingtastic doesn't even begin to describe it.

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I really don't like the look of any of that stuff. The snorkel is really hokey. Why go to all the trouble of custom fabbing something like that and then use a standard plastic snorkel topper that is meant to be mounted in a very different orientation. I'm sorry but that is just poorly done. Someone should be banned from using their CNC machine. Blingtastic doesn't even begin to describe it.
The snorkel is dumb, especially since they cut a hole in the hood and now water can get in.

Despite the "bling" factor of the stuff, all of it is well thought out. Look at the air actuated front sway, rear 110 corners, and heim jointed trailing arms. I do hate the company logo actually bolted on everything though.

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So will L8 be looking to carry and Corsetti product? I can only imagine the cost of some of the items but would be nice to know they are an option.
Justin said he placed an order, so I assume he can either get the stuff, or will stock it. Lead time takes forever though. I think I am going to visit them in Milan and bring some stuff back.
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It's just all so freaking ugly. That kind of stuff never looks right on a utility vehicle, no matter how well it works, it looks like it came from a whorehouse on Tatooine.

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The snorkel is dumm, especially since they cut a hole in the hood and now water can get in.

Despite the "bling" factor of the stuff, all of it is well thought out. Look at the air actuated front sway, rear 110 corners, and heim jointed trailing arms. I do hate the company logo actually bolted on everything though.

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Justin said he placed an order, so I assume he can either get the stuff, or will stock it. Lead time takes forever though. I think I am going to visit them in Milan and bring some stuff back.
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It's just all so freaking ugly. That kind of stuff never looks right on a utility vehicle, no matter how well it works, it looks like it came from a whorehouse on Tatooine.
Nothing a can of satin black can't fix!
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What color is that truck?
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What color is that truck?
The green one? I was thinking the same thing. It looks good with the black. It looks to be a matte or satin olive drab.
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Ok, then it will look like it came from a whorehouse on Tatooine that got burned down by Tusken Raiders.

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Looking @ that the thought that kept running through my head was Gustavo would love this. That and I need Gustavo to translate for me.
Let me know what you need

And damn .. here goes my wallet, house.... *LOL*

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The problem is that we then need someone to translate from Gustavo into English.

Let me know when you go to Italy, so I can organize a proper welcome to the country.... they would love to hear your PERCEPTION on the Italian accent
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Let me know what you need

And damn .. here goes my wallet, house.... *LOL*

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Let me know when you go to Italy, so I can organize a proper welcome to the country.... they would love to hear your PERCEPTION on the Italian accent
I'll be in Italy in May.

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ok, then it will look like it came from a whorehouse on tatooine that got burned down by tusken raiders.
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