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  1. Rob    Jun 09, 2006 10:44 AM    #

    I visited your site today to post about the MIT battery, but it seems that you beat me to it. You are on the ball! Anyway, here’s Inq’s take on it:

  2. — Mike J    Jun 09, 2006 11:41 AM    #

    I have taken out that electric driven shoulder strap on my Festiva, as you did on your Probe. I will be interested in your solution to a new restraint mechanism as it is required here in Washington.

  3. Jerry Halstead    Jun 10, 2006 12:58 PM    #

    Hi Rob, thanks for the link. I was kind of hoping it would be a high powered battery AND an M&M dispenser!

    Howdy Mike, I have a set of shoulder straps removed from Atom that might just do the trick for Eve. We shall see.

  4. — Ray    Jun 22, 2006 14:12 PM    #

    Hey Jerry you were right the cost is a bit Hi.
    “NCP 55 price is $4000 ea.


    Kris Johanessen
    Director, Business Development
    Lithion, Inc./Yardney Technical Products Inc.
    82 Mechanic Street
    Pawcatuck, CT 06379
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    Phone: 860-599-1100, x472
    Fax: 860-599-3903” But they are cool batteries.

  5. — Robert Curtis    Jul 02, 2006 02:10 AM    #

    Hi Rob,

    I am starting a conversion of a slightly newer version of the Ford Probe(1995). Thanks for all your documentation but about suspension, how are you going to support the frt and rear axils? I thought some kind of air bag system like the low riders in L.A. use would work. What is your thoughts?