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Cfans Exclusive: Members Modification Projects Staff

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A cFans Members Mod Projects/How-To by otter and coyote

With an infinite amount of curiosity and confusion surrounding the MMP staff, we as a team decided to post this write-up to alleviate the questions surrounding this forum group.

So what is MMP you ask?

MMP is short for the Members Modification Projects group. The group consists of forum members who have moderate-to-heavy experience in the physical aspects of performing automotive-related modifications (mods); that enjoy working on their trucks, so they have come together on their own time and money to suggest, create, develop, and then perform modifications on their own GMT 355 trucks. However, after performing a modification, they create a step-by-step illustrated guide, so that other forum members can perform these vehicle alterations themselves. MMP staff are also available to help other forum members when and if they choose to try a certain modification, or even to identify and then remedy problems that forum members are having with their vehicles. But before you see these modifications, the MMP staff reviews, edits, and then approves each modification or project before it is posted for the entire forum.

So why does CFANS have a MMP group?

This is our way of bringing in new members, and retaining seasoned members through promoting collaboration and sharing information. But more importantly, it is designed to further set us apart from other forums that seek to emulate us. As a staff we want to provide our forum members with the latest, most cost-effective modifications available for our trucks.

With this in mind, we as staff would like to now invite you to share any ideas you have or any thoughts you have to improving existing modifications.

This is what the MMP staff is all about.

The following members are part of the MMP staff:
Supermodulation, DBNissan, Sab, tjm276, Canyon08Z71, turbizzy, coyote, otter, ColoradoTom, Wolf!, twgiffin, wwrgsww and rrcn.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-16-2007, 11:54 PM
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Im thinking about doing one of these writeups of my own for swaping clutches. Do I need to sign up for something or anything like that before posting it?

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Originally Posted by Colorada
Im thinking about doing one of these writeups of my own when I swap clutches out. Do I need to sign up for something or anything like that before posting it?

That sounds like a great write-up!
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