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    they want 160 for shipping the sails, fucking bandits!

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    you'll save about 10 grams by getting those. i hope it's worth it $100/gram for weight savings.

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    The belt covers are pretty badass... But their quality looks like shit. I think the carbon fibre sail panels are a little on the ricey side of things.
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    I thought the quality looked OK. It's the price that's fricking insane! No way in hell would I spend 1060 on some sail panels.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gltasn View Post
    they want 160 for shipping the sails, fucking bandits!
    they also expect ppl to pay $900 for them..... that's fuckin' crazy.

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    I'm pretty sure thats from CFH from 3si. if you notice the timing belt cover is only the REAR one. although i've asked them to post a picture of the front one in their forum 4 times now, it's gone ignored.
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    I guess if you have 1 grand you don't need! Wife's coworker got charged that much by the stealership to have Fuel Pump replaced on a 94 buick.


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    shipping is 295 to Canada !! lol not that I would get them, but 295 !!!!

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    The rear timing cover is NOT the same for all model years! I found this out first hand. Oh, and the company I bought mine from was $199 for both the front and rear covers.


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