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Old 21st August 2009, 05:01   #31
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Why are you going back to OEM headers. I thought the SS setup would give higher hp???
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Old 21st August 2009, 05:57   #32
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o and my BBS LM too haha

didnt think it would be this simple.




be back in few hours.
That's all the parts? Really?
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Old 21st August 2009, 06:01   #33
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Why are you going back to OEM headers. I thought the SS setup would give higher hp???
mine will be back on in a week or two.

roman that pulley is really a pita, i gave up and ripped of the front end. you guys should have machined it down where the bolts go on. only way to get a clean allen socket on there is to have on thats 2 inches long, which most people wont. it could easily be machined down inside, ill show you when i post pics.
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Old 21st August 2009, 06:10   #34
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mine will be back on in a week or two.
I love that statement! Raza changes headers the way most of us change oil!!
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Ok free shipping for you
OK great...now about that other 99% of the 10K...

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Old 21st August 2009, 07:07   #36
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OK great...now about that other 99% of the 10K...

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I think Roman called you out.......Who Gonna Pay!!!!!!

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The production kits will have a few changes. We changed the bypass valve from chrome / blue to silver / black. We changed the blower bracket from silver to black and we changed the intake from black to silver. We wanted Brian to feel special and have a one of a kind kit
I haven't yet made it down to Richmond to open and install my kit yet, Roman, but I was anticipating a black intake, not silver. Can I swap silver out for black? Alternatively, any problem having the silver intake powder coated, as I think the silver looks fugly.

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I haven't yet made it down to Richmond to open and install my kit yet, Roman, but I was anticipating a black intake, not silver. Can I swap silver out for black? Alternatively, any problem having the silver intake powder coated, as I think the silver looks fugly.

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In fact, my preference would be to have the kit look as it was advertised in every respect. Disappointing these changes were made without advising, much less consulting, the group buyers.

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I think Roman called you out.......Who Gonna Pay!!!!!!

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I haven't yet made it down to Richmond to open and install my kit yet, Roman, but I was anticipating a black intake, not silver. Can I swap silver out for black? Alternatively, any problem having the silver intake powder coated, as I think the silver looks fugly.

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