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    thinking of using these on my car...

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    kinda pricey, but can't beat the spiffiy-ness factor.

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    5$ for a bolt and washer....yea, how bought you just buy me a beer instead.

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    i don't drink. that means if i don't imbibe 2 cases of beer, this thing is paid for. WHOOT!

    in all seriousness though, the dress-up-bolt kits are ~$150-180 for most vehicles. i was quoted a price of $175 for an SS allen-head bolt kit for our cars. and these are TITANIUM. not that i really give a crap about weight savings, but it does mean i have color options; other than the "silver" that everything else comes in.

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    BTW, the P:JDM parts are garbage. They fade and discolor really quickly. Not sure how the dressupbolts parts are.
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    There was a guy selling SS allen head dress up kits for about $80.00. I bought a set from him last year and they are great and are holding up really well. Replaced most of the major bolts in the engine bay including the plenum bolts.

    He might have only posted it on 3si though. I'll try and track down his tread if your interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrGonzo View Post
    There was a guy selling SS allen head dress up kits for about $80.00. I bought a set from him last year and they are great and are holding up really well. Replaced most of the major bolts in the engine bay including the plenum bolts.

    He might have only posted it on 3si though. I'll try and track down his tread if your interested.
    He actually has a GB set up on them right now.

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    Yeah it's a great kit for the price. I'm going to have to pick up another one from him soon to do my 93 TT engine bay.

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    well it's certainly not for everyone, i'll give it that. colored titanium fasteners are something i would totally do though.

    oh, btw...

    i JUST heard back from dress-up-bolts. if ANYONE is located near Richmond, VA & has a 3/s; they're looking for a tester. hint, hint.

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    i think this is what you're talking about:

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