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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-20-2007 Thread Starter
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Welcome AFM members. to Chicane Sport Tuning.

Hello to the entire All Ford Mustang forum.

I'm Joe From Chicane Sport Tuning.
I'd like to thank Scot and the entire AFM staff for welcoming us aboard the forum and would like to extend a warm welcome to all the AFM members.

We are located in southern Ca. and have numerous years of mustang experience. We have a certain way of doing things as some may know. We love performance parts but find that not all of them are performance oriented nor do all of them work together. We take the guess work out of things by offering proven packages that honestly work right the first time, tested by ourselves as well as other fellow mustang owners.

Additionally we offer soultions to exisiting problems and will help you steer clear of potential issues with advise as well has help you problem solve during those hard times.

Many times you will find us here working on the west coast untill 9 or 10 pm (pacific standard time). So.... if you run into issues late in the evening, feel free to call upon us, we still answer after hours. 310-782-0063 direct.

Like many of the other vendors here, we are working hard to gain your trust and business. We hope we can help.

Urgent matters are better handled by phone but for those who would rather email, we'll do our best to respond promplty.

We look forward to getting to know this new community of mustang owners and sharing our experiences with you as well.

Kind Regards and Happy Holidays.

Joe Gosinski
Chicane Sport Tuning

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Hi Joe,

Welcome! Chicane sounds like quite an interesting company! Not many offer customer service on that level anymore (answering the phone after hours...)

Thanks for joining AFM as a site sponsor!

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Very nice website Joe. We're glad to have you as part of the AFM team!

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Hello Joe! Glad to have you here!

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I've seen your work, and know your company from that.

I'm the "handling Mustang" type of enthusiast, so I am REALLY glad to see you here!




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Hey Joe, Just ordered a new Saleen SC. Saw your add in the Jan 5.0 Mustang with the strut tower brace. Could you explain the necessity or benefits of installing one on the SC?

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Hey welcome to the site! Glad to see a shop in LA on here

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Originally Posted by stevenojay View Post
Hey Joe, Just ordered a new Saleen SC. Saw your add in the Jan 5.0 Mustang with the strut tower brace. Could you explain the necessity or benefits of installing one on the SC?


The benefit has really nothing to do with the the SC but the car itself. Adding chassis braces rids the car of unwanted flex.
The trick thing that we did at Chicane was get the tower brace to go through the SC to get the straightest line and maintain strength in the bar. Regardless of how strong the new mustang is compared to it's predecessor, the chassis will show it's signs of flex (with squeeks and rattles) just like any other vehicle on the road. The more we can minimize the movement of the chassis the longer we can maintain its integrity.

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I just wanted you to know I met Joe a year or two ago and he's an outstanding gentleman! My wife hates car shops yet she loved his place. He takes the time to talk with you and is very down to earth and hospitable. He enjoys his craft and he is not a parts changer, he is a real ole school problem solving inventive mechanic with many skill sets. Not to mention, he helped me locate a builder car to purchase, and helped me get it transported. His prices are way far for the work he does and probably underpriced for the quality....


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RIP Joe, I've never had the honor of meeting you but I hear you were a great person.

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RIP Joe Gosinski, I was shocked to hear the sad news this evening. He did some work on my mustang, he was a great guy, very professional and very very skilled. I was glad to have had the opportunity to do business and get to know him. He will be missed!
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