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Old 3rd March 2001, 17:50   #1
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I was charged $1600 parts and $800 labor, then discounted 15% parts and labor, because of BMWCCA membership, for the Dinan Stage II kit. Read my post under the thread "Differences between Rack and Pinion...," for comments on the suspension changes. Yeah, I like it. BTW, have a full tank of gas when you go in for the suspension; it is needed for proper alignment.

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How Much for Dinan Stage 2 Susp

Having the Dinan Stage 2 installed on the 15th, how much did your boys charge for installation?
And, as an afterthought, do you luv it?
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Where are you having the Dinan work done? Are you coming to the Panoz track days at Road Atlanta in three weeks? If you are, I'd like to get your impressions.
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