Hot Rod Magazine this month (May 2006 Issue) has the pictures and basic directions (along with the parts list) to take a stock Solstice and shoehorn an LS7 into it. It's a pretty interesting article.
That wasn't the point, everyone knows Mallett is doing packages. He is also making the cars look gross with extra badging and goofy interior upgrades.FReaK said:There's actually a company that does this swap, they will be offering the same swap(s) for the SKY
Brentil, Del already received his Sky and loaded it up to go to Mallet about a week ago. Maybe ten days ago. Duh since Del lurks on this forum, Del what about it? We be waiting brother about a write-up. Want to hear. Skip....:lol:brentil said:We've got several members with Mallett Solstices and Delnari has plans already to do the Mallett Sky I believe. They're a Supporting Vendor over at the SolForum as well. They offer turn key solutions, but some people liek to do it themselves, and that's where this article comes in handy to those people.
I don't point and laugh, I just don't like it when someone treats me like an idiot. The only SKY and Solstice people who don't know about Mallett cars have been living in a hole since the vehicles where announced.FReaK said:OK, I'm sorry, LOL
Everyone point and laugh at FReaK......
Skip said:Brentil, Del already received his Sky and loaded it up to go to Mallet about a week ago. Maybe ten days ago. Duh since Del lurks on this forum, Del what about it? We be waiting brother about a write-up. Want to hear. Skip....:lol:
Well, you have two options. Take it to a Saturn dealership and see if they will honor the type of repair you are in need of, or have it transported back to Ohio for repairs. If its just normal maintenance then any GM dealership can service it; it's all GM parts. If something along the drivetrain breaks then you would need to contact Mallett Cars to arrange service.twirp said:Curious question , as I nor anyone I know has ever done one of these modifications but if you live in Texas where would you take it for warranty work?
While it won't "void" your warranty, it would be very difficult to get warranty work done on your car unless it is obvious that the warranty item was absolutely not related to the modification. (magnuson-moss act, google it...)twirp said:Im sure a Mallett modification would pretty much void almost every aspect of the warranty so the cost of shipping to Ohio would be totally out of the question. I do appreciate the reply.:thumbs: