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Troy....a new design engineer at Corksport

I wanted to take a quick second and introduce myself on Mazda3forums.

My name is Troy Rutherford and I am a new design engineer here at Corksport.
If you want to know the man behind screen here is quick bio on myself. http://www.corksport.com/blog/

Let me know if you have any questions on any of the products well sell here at Corksport.com

Thanks Troy

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Welcome, congrats on the new job.
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Congrats on the job! If you can design a good front camber plate for the 3 at a reasonable price I would be ECSTATIC. KMAC having a monopoly is not great news for anyone.

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Welcome, I bought parts from Corksport back when I had a Mazda Millenia. Will have to take a look through the Mazda6 toys and see what may work for the Ford Fusion.


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welcome troy! i've always been a fan of corksport's customer service, you guys have always kept me happy =)


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[quote [email protected] link=topic=172093.msg3645689#msg3645689 date=1273010802]
I wanted to take a quick second and introduce myself on Mazda3forums.

My name is Troy Rutherford and I am a new design engineer here at Corksport.
If you want to know the man behind screen here is quick bio on myself. http://www.corksport.com/blog/

Let me know if you have any questions on any of the products well sell here at Corksport.com

Thanks Troy
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Troy,

I've been emailing with Chris about the possibility of getting an air diversion panel made for the speed 3, since you already make one for the regular 3 sedan. Chris says that your engineers don't plan on doing it.

His argument was that it would block the TMIC vents and reduce it's efficiency.

My argument is that the people who would be interested in having a radiator air diversion panel are more than likely those of us with FMIC and we could care less if the TMIC vents are blocked...

I can't imagine that the effort to fab a piece of plastic like the 3 sedan piece, for the speed 3's would be that much...

Thoughts?
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Corksport's customer service is full of win.


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Agreed. It was almost frightening how fast my order was shipped!



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They sent me photos of my spoiler lip to make sure I approved of the weave, flipping sweet!


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