Delnari said:Does anyone have the RPO for this option from the "build your own" on the Sky web site? My dealer doesn't have the ordering code for this option.
It's FE3 on the Solstice, but as I mentioned that's only with the Z0K as far as we know so far. The GMPP Sport Suspension has yet to be completly identified as what it is in comparison to the FE3.skywatcher said:FE2 - "Suspension, Sport-tuned"
What I am afraid of, is even if we get the code...if it does not appear on the order screen, I can't add it. Will keep you informed.Delnari said:Does anyone have the RPO for this option from the "build your own" on the Sky web site? My dealer doesn't have the ordering code for this option.
The base package from Mallett doesn't upgrade the sway bars, add poly bushings on the entire suspension, or change out to a different spring rate. If the Bilstein re-valve dampers are as good as the Penske ones then that would be a cost savings. Need to get this into my order before it goes to production.brentil said:I don't even know if the Solstice RPO is out or not yet. I know if you get the Club Sport Solstice the Suspension package for it is listed as FE3 but we don't know if that's the code only for the Z0K package sport suspension, or also the stand alone suspension kit.
If you're getting the car redone by Mallett wont a lot of these parts get replaced?
That's the question I had. Since it is a dealer installed option, will it actually have an RPO code? I know there is a part number to get the kit, but it will not actually appear as an RPO, will it?Rik said:Dealer installed option. The kit is not installed at the plant. It's shipped to the dealer who install it when they take delivery of the vehicle. The kit WILL have a part number, if it is not available when you order your car just get it later and install it yourself or pay some one to. The kit should cost less than the DIO price because labor is figured into the DIO price.
What happens to the "Old Parts" For example if I order the flashy Dealer installed Rims do I get to keep the old rims? And do the old rims have tires? It would be classy to have the all chrome rims for the Summer and the standard plain rims for the winter, having summer and winter tires on them respectivly.Rik said:Dealer installed option. The kit is not installed at the plant. It's shipped to the dealer who install it when they take delivery of the vehicle. The kit WILL have a part number, if it is not available when you order your car just get it later and install it yourself or pay some one to. The kit should cost less than the DIO price because labor is figured into the DIO price.
I was at my dealer today, my parts man got a list of SKY accesories that part numbers will be active Mar 13th. I will go back on Monday or Tues and try to get a longer look at it. However it did have tonneau cover, car cover, ashtray& lighter kit, locking gas cap, license plate frames, car care kit, floor mats, etc. No CAI was on the list though, I specifically asked because I had an order in for one. I have ordered a few of these items and they will automatically ship them to my dealer as soon as available, I think these will be available to ship on the 13 of March, one more indication of a Mar 21 demo arrival. I hope you find this helpful.rick112 said:Jill has any Sky related documentation come through yet? I want to pick up service and parts manuals as soon as they are available.
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All Sky cars come standard with Bilstein shocks, the performance kit is offering a re-valve performance version of them.wakebord99 said:Hello everyone.. So i see the suspension upgrade available.. and i notice it mentions an upgrade to Billstein (spelling??) shocks amungst other things. Question.. what is the stock.. shock/strut if the upgrade is billstein??