I really do understand why you are excited about your new products, but I don't understand a couple things. First why are polyurethane bushings "cheap plastic"? I have a GT and installed polyurethane bushings everywhere they can be put. Also have them on front a rear sway bars. They don't squeak if you put Teflon grease on them as the instructions indicate. They are tight, like riding on rails. I guess it comes down to each individuals likes and dislikes about the ride they get from the bushings they installed.Sorry Bob,
Sometimes after all of the time and effort and hard work it takes to make or obtain these products we get overly excited. The thing is we don't get a break to go to other subjects. When we wake up and go to work, this is the work we do. So when something good happens, that we have been waiting a long time for, perhaps we do get overly excited and we talk to you folks out here on this website, as if you are our close friends and we say the same words that we tell people in person. The same words that go out on Facebook and go to the Opel Enthusiast Club. Both on Facebook as well as our own club newsletter. We type the same thing for all half a dozen avenues. We definitely get excited when something we have been waiting so long for finally comes in at the price everyone has been wanting. In the future perhaps we will cut down our enthusiasm and remove sentences for this website exclusively.
I still don't understand the concept of Stage II and Stage III springs, engines, cams, pistons, etc. Is there a defined criteria for these terms? I guess what I am asking is for you to explain what it is, and that's not to belittle you, it's to understand what the terms mean. Naming something "Stage Anything" is confusing and doesn't tell me anything. If the terms were defined with some standards to qualify the labeling, it might be of value. I am not posting this to get into a battle with you guys, I would just like to know what the difference is.
I respect the fact that you supply a lot of parts that would be impossible to find otherwise. I guess the vague definitions are the part that bothers me.