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Flew out and custom build the twin turbo system using Borg Warners new EFR turbos and our RX Super Chiller system for turbo applications.

Car turned out just amazing. :thumbsup:

Anyone considering a single or turbo system contact us for custom n=built systems turn-key
 

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We have had the twin & single turbo systems out there for nearly a year now and do custon single & twins for most any car/motor combo. :thumbsup:
 

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Yes, as always. At the moment the car is being parted out and returned to stock so Whiteside can sell the car and be done with it. It never worked worth beans.

The build was a complete disaster and embarrassment and was smoking so bad they had to push it into the LVCC and then wipe the oil off of the undercarriage as best they could.

Tracy wined and dined the owners out in Orlando only to have his CC declined.

This guy doesn't know anything about FI other than a turbo makes it go vroom.
 

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No I'm just hoping this can be moved into the current RX thread.
 

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Showing jaks true colors. Ask the guy that funded that car the true story, Daniel linnet and see who did what.

We donated a fortune for that project and it never was completed, but jak would not care about the truth on any of this. Only to defame and slander in public further showing a clear intent to do harm and damage.

Hmmmm....
 

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Showing jaks true colors. Ask the guy that funded that car the true story, Daniel linnet and see who did what.

We donated a fortune for that project and it never was completed, but jak would not care about the truth on any of this. Only to defame and slander in public further showing a clear intent to do harm and damage.

Hmmmm....
What's the traffic like?
 

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Hmmmm is right. Please tell us the truth about this build and why it dropped off the map so suddenly. It wasn't because the "car turned out just amazing". now is it?
 

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Isn't it amazing what you can accomplish by getting a big set of Craftsman tools for ones birthday or Christmas. Probably changed out a few brake pads and changed a few sparkplugs and now he is a full blown race mechanic. Just got to remember what way the pistons go back in. Darn! :lol::lol::lol:
 

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Still waiting........
 

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Showing jaks true colors. Ask the guy that funded that car the true story, Daniel linnet and see who did what.

We donated a fortune for that project and it never was completed, but jak would not care about the truth on any of this. Only to defame and slander in public further showing a clear intent to do harm and damage.

Hmmmm....

Tracy, Daniel is my business partner. He is not a financier of anything. We build projects together. We just finished up a 700rwhp CTS-V that took us 2 weeks to build. Yes two weeks and that included the paint. The true story of project Syn R G is not good. The pictures are worse. We expect reliability and as close to a perfect product as possible. We have been able to accomplish this on 100's of builds. You'll notice we don't do a lot of advertising. We believe that our product speaks for itself. We don't have to scream from the rooftop to get business. Our partners and product suppliers use our builds to promote their businesses. We don't ask them to do this. They ask us. This is not meant to sound cocky as we are extremely excited and happy when a vendor uses one of our builds to promote their brand. It shows that we are doing something right. We continue to try and outdo ourselves with every project we take on. In fact we have delivered 12 cars in the past two weeks. The average build time is about 2 weeks start to finish. Some take a bit longer but they certainly don't take 3 months to a year to complete.

Here's some examples of media that we get. Keep in mind NONE of this is paid advertising.
2004 Pontiac GTO - High Performance Pontiac Magazine
2006 Pontiac GTO - High Performance Pontiac Magazine
Whiteside Customs New Signature Series 5th Gen Camaros - LSXTV
WSC-750: Whiteside Customs’ 800 Plus HP Silver Frost CTS-V - LSXTV

We have also gotten spreads in Texas finest magazine and modern mopar magazine.

The point of all of this is not to pound our chest. It's simply to prove a point to you Tracy. If you think for one second that the reason project Syn R G never lived up to it's potential had anything to do with how we build cars, you really need to get your head examined.

If that is how you truly see things I issue you a challenge. We have a C7 corvette stingray on order. Our car should be delivered some time in September. We are taking it to SEMA.

Here's the challenger. Starting now. Giving you a 2 month head start. You build any V6 Camaro you want with FI. Car must include cosmetic upgrades as well to be fair. I'll give you to January. By January 31st you have to have a running driving car capable of going 1500 miles without issues. If your car makes it we will then show all the completed work up close and personal. No hiding welds and lines and all that stuff you like to hide. And let the forum be the judge on who did a better build.

For our car we will have a supercharger, headers, exhaust, paint, wheels and tires, full suspension. Keep in mind NOTHING has been developed for the C7 yet either so we will be prototyping nearly everything.

Do you accept this challenge?
 

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Tracy, Daniel is my business partner. He is not a financier of anything. We build projects together. We just finished up a 700rwhp CTS-V that took us 2 weeks to build. Yes two weeks and that included the paint. The true story of project Syn R G is not good. The pictures are worse. We expect reliability and as close to a perfect product as possible. We have been able to accomplish this on 100's of builds. You'll notice we don't do a lot of advertising. We believe that our product speaks for itself. We don't have to scream from the rooftop to get business. Our partners and product suppliers use our builds to promote their businesses. We don't ask them to do this. They ask us. This is not meant to sound cocky as we are extremely excited and happy when a vendor uses one of our builds to promote their brand. It shows that we are doing something right. We continue to try and outdo ourselves with every project we take on. In fact we have delivered 12 cars in the past two weeks. The average build time is about 2 weeks start to finish. Some take a bit longer but they certainly don't take 3 months to a year to complete.

Here's some examples of media that we get. Keep in mind NONE of this is paid advertising.
2004 Pontiac GTO - High Performance Pontiac Magazine
2006 Pontiac GTO - High Performance Pontiac Magazine
Whiteside Customs New Signature Series 5th Gen Camaros - LSXTV
WSC-750: Whiteside Customs’ 800 Plus HP Silver Frost CTS-V - LSXTV

We have also gotten spreads in Texas finest magazine and modern mopar magazine.

The point of all of this is not to pound our chest. It's simply to prove a point to you Tracy. If you think for one second that the reason project Syn R G never lived up to it's potential had anything to do with how we build cars, you really need to get your head examined.

If that is how you truly see things I issue you a challenge. We have a C7 corvette stingray on order. Our car should be delivered some time in September. We are taking it to SEMA.

Here's the challenger. Starting now. Giving you a 2 month head start. You build any V6 Camaro you want with FI. Car must include cosmetic upgrades as well to be fair. I'll give you to January. By January 31st you have to have a running driving car capable of going 1500 miles without issues. If your car makes it we will then show all the completed work up close and personal. No hiding welds and lines and all that stuff you like to hide. And let the forum be the judge on who did a better build.

For our car we will have a supercharger, headers, exhaust, paint, wheels and tires, full suspension. Keep in mind NOTHING has been developed for the C7 yet either so we will be prototyping nearly everything.

Do you accept this challenge?

Dude, come on, I was waiting to hear his rebuttals on the Rx thread. Now you're gonna scare him off the forum for good haha.
 

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After visiting Mike, I gotta say my money's on Team Whiteside.
 

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So I guess I showed my true colors by telling the truth?
 
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