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CGS Motorsports Flex's Its Muscle For SEMA

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CGS Motorsports Flex's Its Muscle For SEMA
Posted August 26 2008 11:21 AM by Bob Ryder 
Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, Tech Tips, Trend Observations, Truckin' Etiquette, Truck News , Ford, Classic Truck Trends

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What is the new look and trend for Ford? Crossovers and downsizing with the awakening call for better mpg's gone is the therory of big is better.

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Every SEMA Show gives the major domestic and import OEM manufactures the opportunity to showcase their latest trend setting surprise. This year Ford has released their all new Flex people mover.
CGS Motorsports is one of the leading manufactures of High Performance Cat Back Systems and Air Intake Systems for late model trucks and SUV's.
Besides being one of the leading manufactures of Performance Products, CGS has also become one of the leading creators of many SEMA Show vehicles. CGS has build several trucks and SUV's for America's Big 3.
Once again, CGS is creating another SEMA Show vehicle for Ford, which will be showcased at this years SEMA Show. CGS will be customizing a new '09 Ford Flex, designed by Sean Smith of SS Designs, which he named "ReFlex".
This new "Crossover" SUV will feature custom paint by DuPont Refinishes with paint preparation by 3M, 22-inch Bonspeed wheels, Pirelli Tires, Custom leather from Roadwire, door solenoids by SPAL, suede interior from Keyston bros., and a custom sound system by Kicker featuring a Clarion navigation/head unit.
As illustrated in the Sean Smith rendering, ReFlex will feature a one-off body kit. Sean Smith and the CGS design team will clay up the body to pull a mold from the front and rear  producing aero urethane parts contributing to the ReFlex's cutomized body. The CGS team is also designing and building hand made chrome moldings to separate the two-tone paint scheme.
Be sure to check out the completed ReFlex at this years SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center November 4 Tues. -7 Fri. '08.

Stay tuned as the CGS Ford ReFlex SEMA project strides towards completion.

Bob Ryder


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