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Old 09-14-2009, 08:35 AM   #76
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I am not too crazy about the RS emblems they look too out of place for my taste. The hood scoop is nice. the tires are just plain to me. The spolier is nice though.
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Old 09-14-2009, 08:54 AM   #77
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the spoiler its look great but all thing is bad !

the 4th gen camaro slp was been great but now the 5th gen baaaad !!
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Old 09-14-2009, 09:23 AM   #78
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The looks are ok but just ok !!! They need a 2009 C6 Vette Zr1 rear decklid style spoiler first off, the wheels are not making it. They should have developed a C6 Vette Z06 split 5-spoke 20x9" front wheels and a 20x10" rear wheel or a C6 Vette 20" 5-spoke equivelant. The hood is cool but you have to paint the scoop black and leave the rest body color. A breakup in the colors would make the front look good. The emblems are ok but just seem kinda generic to me.
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Old 09-14-2009, 09:24 AM   #79
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the spoiler its look great but all thing is bad !

the 4th gen camaro slp was been great but now the 5th gen baaaad !!
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Old 09-14-2009, 09:34 AM   #80
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I like the IOM hood, the blue one isn't bad but its not wide enough, never liked those rims and the rs badge is ugly. Spoiler not too bad but I'm not a dovetail kinda guy. How exactly does one vote on this or does my post just count?
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Old 09-14-2009, 09:37 AM   #81
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Old 09-14-2009, 09:58 AM   #82
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WOW, I do not like any of it. The rims look cheap, not feeling any of it
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Old 09-14-2009, 09:59 AM   #83
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Old 09-14-2009, 10:25 AM   #84
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The spoiler is looking NICE>
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Old 09-14-2009, 10:37 AM   #85
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Old 09-14-2009, 10:42 AM   #86
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Cut them some slack?

No.

Who's bright idea was it to show off some half ass finished products? Real slick move... why would any company making a product try to show it off with unfinished prototypes that are not fitted correctly?

What a waste of time.

You want customers to look at a poorly fitted spoiler and then hope they "cut you slack" and still hope they see it, use their imagination, and say to themselves "yeah I'll buy that".


C'mon now, talk about a poor marketing strategy if you ask me.
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Old 09-14-2009, 10:46 AM   #87
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Obviously the spoiler isn't quite complete or installed all the way but I think it also suffers from poor camera angles. I think it would look better from a front 3/4 shot.
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Old 09-14-2009, 10:50 AM   #88
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I guess you could say the style might be similar but they don't really look the same. And the SLP wheels are replicas of the vert wheels that came out 2.5 yrs ago. So if anything the Mustang wheels are taking styling queues from these wheels and just doubled the number of spokes.
Didn't like the vert wheels to begin with... And these are smaller, which makes them looks stumpy
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That hood is ugly! The shape is all wrong. The wheels are hideous, and rear spoiler is weak.
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Thanks for the feedback folks. Just to reiterate, one thing I made perfectly clear to anyone taking a look at the blue car - all items except for the wheels were pure prototype.

In fact, we overnighted the hood and spoiler from our Michigan facility and finished and shot them in our paint booth at 2am and then loaded our trailer at 9:00am to drive the 9 hours out to the event.

We had a contest going this weekend and that was to determine which hood we would build for the aftermarket. The choice was a hood that we had a rendering of which is very close to the ZL hood or the hood on the blue car. It looks like the red hood won, but we'll do the count later today or tomorrow.

The spoiler was also pure prototype and because we used a customer's V6 car to show, we simply taped the spoiler on to give you an idea of what was coming down the line. The spoiler is identical to the ZL575 spoiler with the exception that the spoiler extends over the body whereas the ZL spoiler stops at the trunk lid. The fit and finish will be first class, same fit and finish as what's on our Red ZL car. The production spoiler will be a light ABS part and the price will be $299.95.

As for the the RS and SS grille emblems. The parts were SLA (Rapid Prototype Parts) and the finished product will blend with the factory grille. The emblems are Unique to SLP as we've had several months of licensing agreements to finish with GM to be able to make them available. They are an official GM licensed product.

We are finishing up the tooling on many of the products and as production pieces are brought to me I will continue to show them to you and add them to the vehicles that we bring to shows. Although many of you have complained about fit/finish in the photographs, I would much rather go out to an event with a prototype item to gain feedback on potential product than to have had spent several thousands of dollars and have a product that you do not like.

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Old 09-14-2009, 11:33 AM   #91
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Thanks for the feedback folks. Just to reiterate, one thing I made perfectly clear to anyone taking a look at the blue car - all items except for the wheels were pure prototype.

In fact, we overnighted the hood and spoiler from our Michigan facility and finished and shot them in our paint booth at 2am and then loaded our trailer at 9:00am to drive the 9 hours out to the event.

We had a contest going this weekend and that was to determine which hood we would build for the aftermarket. The choice was a hood that we had a rendering of which is very close to the ZL hood or the hood on the blue car. It looks like the red hood won, but we'll do the count later today or tomorrow.

The spoiler was also pure prototype and because we used a customer's V6 car to show, we simply taped the spoiler on to give you an idea of what was coming down the line. The spoiler is identical to the ZL575 spoiler with the exception that the spoiler extends over the body whereas the ZL spoiler stops at the trunk lid. The fit and finish will be first class, same fit and finish as what's on our Red ZL car. The production spoiler will be a light ABS part and the price will be $299.95.

As for the the RS and SS grille emblems. The parts were SLA (Rapid Prototype Parts) and the finished product will blend with the factory grille. The emblems are Unique to SLP as we've had several months of licensing agreements to finish with GM to be able to make them available. They are an official GM licensed product.

We are finishing up the tooling on many of the products and as production pieces are brought to me I will continue to show them to you and add them to the vehicles that we bring to shows. Although many of you have complained about fit/finish in the photographs, I would much rather go out to an event with a prototype item to gain feedback on potential product than to have had spent several thousands of dollars and have a product that you do not like.

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Is it an illusion that this spoiler looks a little taller than the ZL575? Then again, it's only in that one pic where it looks taller.
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Old 09-14-2009, 11:35 AM   #92
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I like the looks of the spoiler but as nUcLeArEnVoY said previously it seems to tilt back a little too far and is a little wider than I had anticipated it being but that being said I still like it. As far as the hood goes I'm not really sold when compared to SSRevolutions hood, I'd also like to see it on an SS to see how it looks with the mail slot. And as far as the rims go they are OK but I'll take the stock rims and have them powdercoated before I buy a new set.
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Old 09-14-2009, 11:36 AM   #93
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Is it an illusion that this spoiler looks a little taller than the ZL575? Then again, it's only in that one pic where it looks taller.
It's just an illusion, the spoiler height and contour is the same as the ZL spoiler.


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Old 09-14-2009, 11:37 AM   #94
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It's just an illusion, the spoiler height and contour is the same as the ZL spoiler.


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That seals the deal for me, then. The ZL575 spoiler extended onto the quarter panels pretty much describes what me and many have wanted. I can't WAIT to see the finished product bolted on.

Thanks again for clearing that up. BTW, are the hockey stick stripes on that car going to be available as a decal from you guys?
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Old 09-14-2009, 11:42 AM   #95
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I have to say the hood looks strange with the small opening. The red one looks better. The spoiler is nice. I would like to see more work done on spoiler options. The RS looks awful. The letters look out of place just stamped in the middle like that. The wheels are nothing special. They look like painted versions of the stock wheels. I was expecting a more aggresive look.

I agree with the other posts in this thread. If you didn't want the feedback dont post the pictures. You cant post pics and when people tell you they dont like it ask for slack and forgiveness. No one cares if you shipped them the night before or finished them 15 minutes before the photos. Obviously you were hoping the photos go you lots of positive feedback and made people want your product. You post to get opinions, dont hate on those with feedback.

SLP can be the greatest company on earth, however with these products they did not hit a home run (more like a pop up to the pitcher). Keep at it though, the more you try the more likely you are to hit that home run we are all looking for.

I will be watching to see the final spoiler options.
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Old 09-14-2009, 11:45 AM   #96
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That seals the deal for me, then. The ZL575 spoiler extended onto the quarter panels pretty much describes what me and many have wanted. I can't WAIT to see the finished product bolted on.

Thanks again for clearing that up. BTW, are the hockey stick stripes on that car going to be available as a decal from you guys?

The Hockey Stripes will be available, stay tuned for the colors and pricing.


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Old 09-14-2009, 11:47 AM   #97
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Red hood has my vote!!!
Not crazy about the rims.
Spoiler looks sweet! Looks a little higher than the one I just ordered painted from Next Level Performance, but I'll be happy with mine. Your hood and spoiler will be hot items!
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Old 09-14-2009, 12:23 PM   #98
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Wow, you have to have a thick skin before posting here. Even with large fonts that they are unfinished prototypes, people complain about the fit and finish.
I understood what you were wanting from us (at least I hope so) and gave what I thought were constructive view points that you were wanting. Do hope that you will continue to show us what is coming down the pike before it is offered. That way we would be better able to get what we want, or to hold off purchasing something that we settled for before we knew what we really liked was three months from being available.
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Old 09-14-2009, 12:53 PM   #99
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Cut them some slack?

No.

Who's bright idea was it to show off some half ass finished products? Real slick move... why would any company making a product try to show it off with unfinished prototypes that are not fitted correctly?

What a waste of time.

You want customers to look at a poorly fitted spoiler and then hope they "cut you slack" and still hope they see it, use their imagination, and say to themselves "yeah I'll buy that".


C'mon now, talk about a poor marketing strategy if you ask me.
NO joke! How stupid of a company to show a product in development before it's finished! I mean, they should just wait until final production before showing us the products, which would allow us to go buy OTHER products sooner rather than waiting for something we might really like. Gah, I get soooo angry when companies do this.

Stupid SLP...
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Old 09-14-2009, 01:00 PM   #100
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so what do we do with out factory stripes if we get that spoiler?
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