Thanks for the reassurance JusticePete. Chris mentioned something about a Pedders Day that might be happening in the next month or so. Is there any kind of deals or anything like that at those Pedders Days? I am really interested in upgrading the suspension but my budget of roughly $1000 (including install) doesn't seem to go too far...I won't speak for Chris about the tune, but the 100 and 87 will 'blend' just fine until your next tank of 93.
We were just talking about a date and there should be an announcement soon. Our Camaro sales volume has been really really good -- knock on wood. It has been amazing to us internally. We are having similar success with other platforms increasing our volume to levels we did not expect to reach for some time. With volume comes economies of manufacturing scale. Your dollar will go further than you think. We are releasing another pre-order for the Camaro Xa coilovers. It won't be as low as the December Dollar Days pricing, but it will be lower than you expect $1,449.99. We originally priced the Xa for the Camaro well over $2K. The every day price is coming down to something like $1,799 for no other reason that the Camaro community is buying so many of them. This helps the G8 guys as there is a pre-order setup for the G8 $1,449.99 supported by Camaro volume.Thanks for the reassurance JusticePete. Chris mentioned something about a Pedders Day that might be happening in the next month or so. Is there any kind of deals or anything like that at those Pedders Days? I am really interested in upgrading the suspension but my budget of roughly $1000 (including install) doesn't seem to go too far...
I saw on your site that you have some drag bushing packages. The level 2 which I believe was roughly $750 plus install looked to have quite a few of the things I think I'm looking for. I want to stabalize the car some more and to have it feel like it's holding it's line better while driving and for it just to feel like a tighter car while driving without screwing up how it rides. What exactly would the level 2 package do to the G8, driving and feel wise? Also, I couldn't find the level 3 package, do you guys have one?
The Basic Drag is what we consider the Drag I. It addresses the most glaring G8 weakness, the OEM sub-frame bushes, differential and lack of castor adjustment.
Drag II increases the number of rear bushes to make certain that every available Rear Wheel Pony goes to the rear tires and is not lost in overly compliant bushes.
I refer everyone who has any intentions or questions about adding bluetooth to their car to Sellers.I just purchased a rear veiw mirror autodimming from you and also put myself on your bluetooth list when do you think the bluetooth will become availible.
Where can I sign up?t the normal GM dealer accessories as well as a full gamut of hardcore performance parts not often seen at a dealership. Couple this with SAE certified master technicians doing the install work and you've begun to just scratch the surface of what Sellers Auto Sport will offer!