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Old 01-17-2009, 10:27 PM   #1
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Ed Miller of Flynbye performance (ebmiller88 on TGO) www.flynbye.com is an excellent vendor!!!

The Flynbye.com website is fantastic... the product Mr. Ed Miller produces is flawless and his one on one support is second to none.

Mr. Ed Miller provided me with one off modified stock 82-92 F-body spindles, one off hub assemblies to except C-5 rotors, one off caliper abutment brackets to except C-5 calipers and one off discontinued PBR caliper backing plates for the Borg Warner 7.75" differential!


The fit and finish is perfection! A vendor that clearly LOVES his work!

As someone who was raised as a fabricator, I sign off on Mr. Ed Millers work!

Thank you Ed!


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Old 01-18-2009, 06:58 AM   #2
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I have been looking at his site let us know how well they stop.I do have a question tho with those rear brakes will you have a parking brake?
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Thanks for the kind words, Marcello, it was a pleasure.

The rear brakes to have an e-brake, yes. Those are '89-97 style rear PBR discs and will bolt right in to your 3rd gen easily.

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i like the blue calipers
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Thanks for the kind words, Marcello, it was a pleasure.

The rear brakes to have an e-brake, yes. Those are '89-97 style rear PBR discs and will bolt right in to your 3rd gen easily.

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Trying to get a replacement bolt for a kit that i purchased from you.
what is the best way to get a hold of you. tried phone and Email.
Talk to me??
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you just bumped a near 7 year old thread !
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you just bumped a near 7 year old thread !
What difference does it being 7 years old make?
I am trying to give him a little bit of my money, I don't want to call him again "sounded like a house" number not an office.
I didn't get an response to my email.
So????????
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All valid points,
I was just trying a different way to reach the guy. He has a good product. I ****ed up and lost a bolt and I want to BUY a replacement from him. And like I said I don't want to call him again until I atleast tried to reach him a different way.
Thanks guys for your help I really appreciate it.
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It's almost impossible to get a hold of Ed unfortunately. Even before he stopped posting he was difficult to get in touch with and I was one of his early customers. I don't know about what to do exactly. I think there are some "blank" ordering options on his site where you can put in notes for the order?

Sorry, I don't see any blank options. Just keep trying to call, I believe it is a house number

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Just an update if you are thinking of ordering I placed a order in the middle of the night this weekend, 5/7/2017 and I got an email today its been shipped. guess he is doing better about shipping, I read one post it took a guy a month to get his **** with 0 contact.
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Disclaimer: I've never tried to contact nor have I done business with flynbye.

Having said that...

On his website under "contact us" he only gives his phone number. I would take that as "call me".

You could also click on his profile and have TGO send him an email. Assuming he has the same email he had at his last activity.

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Yeah, I got my tracking number in 24hrs or less. The package didn't actually ship until 14 days later. Just be patient and he'll come through, it just won't be like ordering on Ebay or Amazon.
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I'm currently trying to exchange a set of front brake caliper hoses.. after-all his site said "We want you to be completely satisfied with your order so please contact us if something you receive is not right for your application".. BUT there is never an answer and he hasn't attempted to call me back. And that was after waiting 2-3 weeks for the item to arrive. So now I'm a month into these lines for $90 and it looks like the only option I have to is to order a different set from him (bigbrakeupgrade.com is temporarily shut down and the only other source I can find to put Brembo's on a 3rd gen) and hope that he follows through. If not I'll just be out the $90.
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I've used Flynbye in the past. I know Ed through regional clubs, etc. etc, and he's a good guy. When I bought my LS1 brakes, he was in contact with me back and forth and it only took a few weeks. Never doubted anything. That being said, I've seen plenty of people that have to wait. ...I'm getting ready to purchase his bolt on drum to disc brackets for another rear I have and we'll see what happens. They're about 80 bucks, so worse case scenario, it's only $80. We'll see. I'll post up what happens.
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...(bigbrakeupgrade.com is temporarily shut down ...)...
Interesting. I just ordered LS1 front swap brackets & hubs and Earl's hoses from him last month. The box arrived battered and taped, with only one hub and hose in it. I emailed him with pics, he responded immediately (on a Sunday), and shipped out the replacement parts the next day (which arrived intact). That was maybe 2 weeks ago (perhaps 3).
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Says there was a family emergency. It may have just happened, or he may be keeping up with emails has best he can. It's not "shut down" he just asks that you hold off on ordering.
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Sorry to hear about BBU. The "family tragedy" message had been posted a month-or-so ago, but then it had been taken down. Now I see it's back up, hence, the "Once again" as the message begins. But seeing as how this thread isn't about BBU, but is about Flynbye...

I dealt with Ed a few years ago, and everything was timely and went well. I'm likely to do business with him again, too. I think his business might be a lot larger now than it was then, and people could be suffering from the growing pains. But like the people who have had good things to say, I, too, am of the belief that he will come through.
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Sorry to hear about BBU. The "family tragedy" message had been posted a month-or-so ago, but then it had been taken down. Now I see it's back up, hence, the "Once again" as the message begins. But seeing as how this thread isn't about BBU, but is about Flynbye...

I dealt with Ed a few years ago, and everything was timely and went well. I'm likely to do business with him again, too. I think his business might be a lot larger now than it was then, and people could be suffering from the growing pains. But like the people who have had good things to say, I, too, am of the belief that he will come through.

Hi Guys,

Scott from BBU... Yes I`m not shut down but I am asking for customers to contact me before placing an order at this point. As you noticed we had a banner up in the beginning of April, my wife was on life support for 8 days there, she remained in the hospital another 6 after that. After being discharged she began complaining of a headache or migraine. After trying some remedies at home she began to complain of her right arm feeling numb. Only 6 days after being discharged we went back with these conditions and they diagnosed as a complex migraine although her breathing was elevated now too. Some medications were given and she appeared to have some relief. The next day she was back to migraine, arm numbness, panting. She went to see her primary doctor who gave her an exam and prescribed a pain pill and muscle relaxer. She was very weak and still had the same symptoms after two doses and roughly 9 hours. She began to loose her speech and fell from her chair that evening. 911 was called and she was showing signs of stroke
After 8 hrs in triage a neurologist and his team had found an abscess on her brain stem that had caused the stroke leaving her right side in paralysis. Further diagnostics revealed she had contracted the abscess from viral meningitis (spinal brain fluid infection), sepsis (blood infection), Bacterial sinusitis. She was transferred to another hospital that could perform the sinus surgery, the base of the infection that created the whole mess. Shes been on life support for 8 days once again.
Daily we go and wait for them to give us news and spend our time with her, she is a fighter and young at 44. Her numbers are looking for the better but a list of debilitating effects will remain long after the infection is beat. It`s a day by day battle and I hope that every day is just a little better than the last for her. I feel so helpless and the questions of what holds for the future are tormenting.

During her first visit to the ICU she had nose bleeds, she was on a oral ventilator so they had to pack the nostril that was bleeding, this is where the infection began, it continued to grow in her cranial sinus cavities until it ruptured one and then began infecting the meninges. Radiology can see the track from her nostril to the abscess. Long term we are hopeful she can regain her motor skills and return to as close to normalcy as possible.. she and I have a long rough road ahead. Please keep her in your thoughts and do not hesitate to email me, I am going to try and keep running the business but it will have to be on a diminished level for the time being.
The site has been updated with a post about this and the banner is down but I have asked that anyone wanting to order email first so I can schedule or balance the work around my commitments
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Scott, VERY sorry to hear this. We all wish you nothing but the best and a complete speedy recovery for your wife.
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Sorry to hear about this Scott.
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Sorry to hear Scott. Thoughts and prayers for a full recovery. Being there is the best thing you can do and talking to her. They say hearing is the last scense to go, so just know she can hear you.
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Thank you everybody, your thoughts and prayers are felt warmly. We think she is turning the corner for the better today. Doctors are warning that she will be in the hospital for 1-2 months, possibly longer and then rehab for an unknown amount of time, it could be late this year possibly before she would come home and years of outpatient until she is plateaued. buckle up is the term I heard.
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Thank you for the update, Scott. Having been seeing that banner on your website was a little disconcerting to us all. Even though we're not part of your family, you're a part of ours, so it's nice of you to have filled us in. Wishing you all the best with the latest hopeful news.
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Got my stuff on thursday .had to do a little clean up on the bore center but other than that, shimmed the caliper bracket on both sides and they worked great. Cant wait to get the ones for my 12 inch LS style to bolt to my original 10 bolt.
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Scott, very sorry to hear about your wife's health, as others have said, prayers for her and your family, everyone here is hoping for the best for her and yourself. Your contribution here is above board and many people love your services, but with that everyone understands family always first and wish her a speedy recovery.
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Take care of family first Scott. The internet and its BS will always be there.
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Like Chris said, take of family first Scott. I hope your wife make a speedy and full recovery.


As for Ed at Flynbye, yes, he is hard to get in touch with and his wife/girlfriend does a terrible job at relaying messages to him. With that said, Id suggest you do as much research on what you need for brake parts and then just place the order on his website. He will ship the parts out I used him about 8 months ago and everything was shipped out.
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Take care of family first Scott. The internet and its BS will always be there.

Thanks, a smile/laugh is welcomed, its been a long 4 weeks, She has made some progress and its clear she will remain with us on this blessed planet. Many months of hospital are still in the future but we are looking at another 4-5 days in ICU and then to a LTAC hospital, then a rehab hospital, and out patient re-hab following that. There is a light at the end of the tunnel, she has made some positive changes in the last 2 days, its really good to see even with all the other disabilities or deficiencies she has. Thanks to you all for the thoughts and prayers, They are working !
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Scott glad to hear your wife is doing better!
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God speed to you and your family. Glad there is good news. Hang in there. Things will turn around. Praying for better days. Take care.
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Thank you everyone...Another month has passed it looks like, and we have come along way. She is still in the LTAC hospital but will be moving into a nursing rehab home soon. She has regained most of her facial muscles and speech has improved, her trach was removed last week and and I had my first conversation with her vocally in over a month and half...it was a load off I tell you. So she is making good progress considering, she has some muscle control over her right leg (just enough to wiggle it) still no right arm movement, her hearing is getting better and her left eye is better but will always not be able to track all the way right. She is still bed ridden and catheterized but eating solid foods and thin liquids now. Guys alot of strokes are near 100% recoverable, hers was a brain stem stroke which is very difficult to recover from so even though these are small things often taken for granted it`s huge in my and her world. Thanks for everything, prayers and wishes, its apparent alot of my work is generated from here. Most of my current customers have said something when inquiring about parts or an order and it is very much appreciated .thank you.
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So very good to hear it's steps in the positive direction, small steps, but positive ones. Everyone here is thinking of you and your wife.
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Praying for you and your wife, I read this and it tears me up. I've had my wife for 18 years that I didn't deserve for the first 13. I finally realized that I've been fortunate enough to be married to the one person that keeps me sane.... finnally realized what a best friend truly is.Just by reading this I can tell you would swap places with yours in a second if you could....I know I would with mine. Stay strong,give it to God as he is the greatest physician. I will put y'all on our prayer list at church if you don't mind. Praying works.
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Thank you everyone...Another month has passed it looks like, and we have come along way. She is still in the LTAC hospital but will be moving into a nursing rehab home soon. She has regained most of her facial muscles and speech has improved, her trach was removed last week and and I had my first conversation with her vocally in over a month and half...it was a load off I tell you. So she is making good progress considering, she has some muscle control over her right leg (just enough to wiggle it) still no right arm movement, her hearing is getting better and her left eye is better but will always not be able to track all the way right. She is still bed ridden and catheterized but eating solid foods and thin liquids now. Guys alot of strokes are near 100% recoverable, hers was a brain stem stroke which is very difficult to recover from so even though these are small things often taken for granted it`s huge in my and her world. Thanks for everything, prayers and wishes, its apparent alot of my work is generated from here. Most of my current customers have said something when inquiring about parts or an order and it is very much appreciated .thank you.
Thats great news. Time will heal most everything. God always has you and yours in his best interest. Please keep the board updated. You as an asset to the community here is an understatement. Thank you for your support of the board. Prayers are with you both.
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Sorry to hear of your family trouble. I hope your wife recovers well. Thoughts and prayers for you and yours for a speedy recovery.
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