After you place an order for a Rocket Bunny Pandem aero and complete your order by submitting payment for the shipping fees, we will then send you an email with the tracking information. If it is by Fedex or DHL, it will be in the form of a tracking number that you can check online on the respective shipping company's homepage.
If it is a larger item, like a full kit, or even a bumper, you will get notice of a Truck Freight Pro#. (The truck freight company assigned my vary, but we will provide you with a link to track the shipping progress.). Once the shipment reaches your city, a representative from the truck freight company should contact you by phone to arrange a delivery date and time window.
* IMPORTANT *
When receiving your shipment, please be sure to follow the instructions [shown in yellow in enclosed photos (color may vary)] on the outside of the box, before you sign for the shipment:
* INSPECT IMMEDIATELY * (before you sign for the shipment)
Inspect for VISIBLE DAMAGE
- It is your responsibility to note any damages on all copies of the freight bill
- It must be signed by Driver and Consignee (Recipient)
- Take detailed pictures for your records (from many angles)
Inspect for CONCEALED DAMAGE (after accepting delivery)
- Open all packages to verify all parts are accounted for and check for concealed damage. (Packing List Available Upon Request)
- If there is damage, you MUST contact the Shipping Carrier within 48hours of delivery and request Carrier Inspection (contact information can be found on the Freight Bill)
- Keep Carton (box) and all packing material. DO NOT remove merchandise from the delivery premises before the Carrier Inspection is made.
- Retain Copy of Inspection Report
** All shipments are insured with the carrier and that it is the receiver’s responsibility to note damages at time of delivery. GReddy is not responsible for shipping damages
Finally you may email firstname.lastname@example.org details of your shipment and Carrier Inspection with photos.
Large Truck Freight Shipping Image Examples: (typically 79"x29"x23" but size may vary depending on contents.)
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The TRUST Racing Team came to prominence in the early 1980's competing with Porsche 956's in the Japan Sports Prototype Championship (JSPC) with drivers like Vern Schuppan and Yoshimi Katayama. They were successful with Schuppan placing second in the championship in 1983 and third in 1984, 1985, and 1986. By mid decade they were also competing at Le Mans and selected World Sports Prototype Championship (WSPC) events. In Europe, they joined forces with Courage Competition. In 1991 the TRUST Racing Team ordered two new cars form the Porsche factory to be delivered to Japan. Both of these cars were part of the last group of 962s built by the Porsche factory. The first car chassis no. 962-166 was the main racecar, with the other as a spare.
The main car was raced in the 1991 World Sports Prototype Championship
On April 14th - Suzuka, G. Fouche and S. Andskar finished 5th overall and on October 27th - Autopolis, 8th overall, before the Team switched to the famous Toyota 92C V
Kei Miura’s design have gained global acclaim for the trend-setting style that drives automotive enthusiast, to demand authentic Rocket Bunny / Pandem aero kits. However, it's the top quality Japanese-made versions, which GReddy exclusively imports, which has gained the devotion and admiration of racers, car show winners and their installers. The main reason is, the top quality construction and fitment that only precision manufacturing can provide. Japanese-made Rocket Bunny / Pandem kits only use the highest quality FRP materials and proper curing times to prevent distortion.
Unlike most other aero kits, which rely on hand-shaped clay or urethane; every Rocket Bunny / Pandem aero kit begins with a full vehicle laser-scan. This creates a detailed 3D digital rendering of the stock vehicle. From there, master designer, Kei Miura draws inspiration from his background in Japanese classic car culture, to rethink and reinvent the overall image of modern vehicles with old school design cues. Miura pays careful attention not to ruin key features of the original car's design. He strives to enhance overall look of the vehicle. The CG rendering is then revised and refined until it meets Miura's exacting standards. The intricate process does not end there; the digital data is then entered into his in-house CNC mill. From huge polystyrene blocks, each component have it’s negative carved out to help build perfectly shaped and symmetrical master molds. Japanese-made Rocket Bunny kits are not massed produced, so great care is taken for each component. The end result is a superior fitting aero kit with an artful design that is admired and sought after by car enthusiasts around the world.
For more info on TRA Rocket Bunny please see: this SpeedHunters feature.
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