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Old 8th October 2007, 00:30   #1
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Predator ICE Install Guide Released

We JUST finished our Predator ICE install guide:
http://www.umnitza.com/doc/predatoriceinstall.pdf


All Units are V2.1 units installed.

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E53:


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also, here's a sneek peek at the E92 ICE product we have in the works:
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http://www.umnitza.com/doc/predatoriceinstall.pdf <-- fixed link.
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Been so busy with shipments forgot to mention we have another 1000 units in stock ready to ship on Wednesday

All V2.1
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1000!!!??? that's a lot! good for you if you're selling them all that fast.

is a set for me on it's way? i'm leaving this weekend for the desert again, i'd love to be able to put them on the shelf before i leave. thanks for all your help!
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We have a Predator ICE week long sale for the 5W high output version.

you can order our Predator ICE for the next week for $149 with "icesale" as the promotion code.






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More V2.1 in stock.
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