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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-03-04, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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street mahines JMM article.

i had a request from gman, he wanted me to scan the article in question for him, i thought i'd just post it up so all who didnt get the mag, could have a read,

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Re: street mahines JMM article.

Look at the extractors on the last past. Press bent as opposed to mandrel bent. Personally I would never buy press bent extractors regardless of JMMs so called "reputation".
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Re: street mahines JMM article.

which edition is the article from?

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Re: street mahines JMM article.

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Look at the extractors on the last past. Press bent as opposed to mandrel bent. Personally I would never buy press bent extractors regardless of JMMs so called "reputation".

Its an old article isnt it, I believe mock is now using a new design anyway that is mandrell but please correct me if im wrong.

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Re: street mahines JMM article.

The design of the extractors is far more important than whether the tube is press bent or not.

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Re: street mahines JMM article.

That same article is on their website (www.jimmockmotorsport.com)

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Re: street mahines JMM article.

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Its an old article isnt it, I believe mock is now using a new design anyway that is mandrell but please correct me if im wrong.
Yep they've got new design extractors, apparently much much better
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Re: street mahines JMM article.

Is Jim Mock any good with 8s?
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Re: street mahines JMM article.

He mostly does 6s, not too sure he does do 8s. But there's no harm in ringing in and asking!

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Re: street mahines JMM article.

lol I did..he said "yes". Tell me one place that would say "no"?

I'm just after some feedback from ex customers of his who have had their v8s done by him :o)
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