I don't think e-mailing is a good way to present yourself. You should take the time and get a resume ready. You need to sell yourself to the company. The more professional you look the better chance you will get some of their money. Put togeter something that has your past experience, future goals, a bio about you, what circuits you will be running, and let them know how you will represent their company.
TRy Woody's Stud company, you'll get studs cheaper. International engineering Co. out of Michigan. I hate to tell you but just pipes on a Zrt isn't gonna be close too enough horsepower for improved stock. If you have stock pipes go back to stock it will WAY cheaper and more competitive.
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