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Whiteline to commence P-30 : Project RS

Whiteline is pleased to advise the receipt of their brand new FORD FOCUS RS, which will become the latest project car in a long and successful history of Whiteline project builds. The FOCUS RS has been the pin up car of 2009 and is proving ever so popular with Whiteline waiting over 12 months to take the keys after demand and vehicle orders surged last year. Graeme Jeram , Whiteline technical engineer at Whiteline’s UK headquarters, is very excited about the RS and more importantly working with the new Revo-knuckle front suspension system that separates this front wheel drive from its predecessors. Graeme’s initial thoughts are "the car will certainly benefit from front & rear bars and a compliment of bushes will transform the chassis". Like with any project vehicle, Whiteline intends to do some preliminary testing to get an impression of its prowess on the track, whilst recording data information for analysis to pin point weaknesses that Whiteline can improve on. Make sure to stay tuned to www.whiteline.com.au for updates on testing, development and product releases.

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