FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. How do I place an order?
  2. Where can I find new information on upcoming products?
  3. Why is the Cobra no longer available?
  4. Is the 23 "T" still being produced?
  5. From order placement to my hands, how long can I expect to wait?
  6. When is the best time to place an order?
  7. What payment types are accepted?
  8. What about the Top Fuel Dragster everyone is talking about?

How do I place an order?

      The recommended method of ordering is by phone. This is due to the large number of customer available options and specifications.   Remember, I accept cash and all major credit cards, including Pay Pal. You may want to consider a optional payment system. If the $8,257.75 is not currently in your budget, then I will accept payments over a period of six months and up to a year. If you decide to use this option, any and all monies received are non refundable. The only exception is that if something were to happen and I was unable to make delivery, then all monies received would be refunded. When you place an order you will be assigned a serial number and be given a copy of the original invoice. Give me a call at (630) 858-3160 and we can discuss the options.

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Where can I find new information on upcoming products?

     The most updated information can be found here on www.conleyprecision.com. If you have any questions, or concerns, please call or email me at Conley-engines@att.net.

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Why is the Cobra no longer available?

     The production of the Cobra was discontinued  due to the increased size of the new Stinger 609 engine. Although it was only about an inch larger in all dimensions, the low profile of the Cobra hood did not allow space for the new engine.  

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Is the 23 "T" still being produced?

     It certainly is!  However, the new Stinger 609 engine will replace the old Conley 427 naturally aspirated or supercharged engines.  You can put to rest your concerns about a menacing supercharger sticking out of the hood; the Stinger will have a supercharged option. 

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From order placement to my hands, how long can I expect to wait?

     This really depends on your engine specifications.  On average, you can expect roughly six months+ waiting period.  A completed car could take a little longer. I will be increasing production to try and lower the delivery time. At Conley Precision, my motto is "Perfection is almost good enough". I will never compromise workmanship or quality, just to get the engine delivered in a shorter time. It is easier to explain a delay, rather than apologize for the quality. 

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When is the best time to place an order?

During normal business hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm (CST).

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What payment types are accepted?

Payment can be made using any major credit card, PayPal, cash, or money orders.  Personal checks are also accepted, but shipment will be held until your check clears my bank. 

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What about the Top Fuel Dragster everyone is talking about?

The Top Fuel Dragster that is pictured on my web site and made it's debut at the 2006 Toledo Model Show was developed to showcase the new Stinger 609 engine. As you can see from the pictures, this "bad boy" is big. At almost 8' long, 17" wide, and 21" to the top of the rear wing, this model demands attention. Although the dragster has not been tested, stay tuned to this web site for updates.   Production of the car will depend on customer response. For those of you who are in need of a quick change rearend, I can only tell you that it is in the final planning stages and the molds for all of the cast components have already been started. 

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