A member has posted publicly on one of your forums that he paid me for a part he never received. I have no idea what he’s talking about , I’ve never advertised any parts for sale here or anywhere else, let alone a viper part. I have not been a member here very long so possibly some one hacked my account, but I assure you I have never had any business with this guy, don’t even know him. Can you please remove his post about me and post my reply. Call me if any questions.
I figured out the site must be hacked as when you log in it automatically list your user title as the one not to buy parts from. I hope this is not an indication of how this site works. I look forward to your response. Thanks [email protected]
Hello...This is John from Temple Performance and I signed up with Rex Cawagas for advertising with Verticalscope on Wednesday as a vendor and he said I was good to go. I was then looking in the forums under Gen I & II and saw a post that said don't buy from Legend1? That is my site name Legend1 but someone else was responding about some clip that they order for a throttle body which was not me. You even posted in the thread? Why are they using my name ? Please help me out here. Thank you John Temple [email protected]
Hey man. I was reading an old thread about wilwood proportioning valve. I'm have the unit and am installing my old fronts to the rear and big brembos on the front. Do you have a picture of your setup and maybe a little info on what you had to do? From what I've read I need to install it off of the master cylinder line running to the rear of the car
Hey Tim, been thinking about selling the car over the past few weeks. Its still at Heffner getting the motor rebuilt, otherwise nothing new on the car. Only letting you know since you had an interest in it at one time. Hope all is well.
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