If you have a 96-98 Cobra...

Discussion in '96-04 - 4V Specific' started by skmcobra, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. skmcobra

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    uncltrvlnmatt Legend

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    Those are nice, but to expensive for my budget right now.
     
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    very nice but broke like a joke after xmas
     
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    who isint? I just forked out a grand for tires for the back of my car and my wifes RX-8...............can somebody loan me lunch money for the next 2 weeks :santa_embarassed:
     
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    i think they would look pretty good under the hood too. maybe one day soon i can get a pair
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    ahhh those are the covers the guy over on SVTP is making.. can get different things writtin and in a diff front(skinnier)
     
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    Those suckers are nice.
     
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    Shifty, LOL, it's the same guy.
    SKMCobra
     
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    i know.. i said it was.. i was just sayin other then what shown u can get custom things written and stuff...
     
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    I kike the 32v DOHC one's better! And i whould only pay 85 for them and that's pushing it.
     
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    You obviously don't have any idea what billet aluminum nor cnc machine programming cost. That about what it is costing me just to make them. I know they're not for everyone, but they do look sweet installed. ;)
     
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    Yes I do know the machine cost an ass load! But doesin't your friend of a friend have this machine? And your just using scrap aluminum laying around the shop? I saw your thread on svtp. I whould buy them if it said ''32v dohc v8'' The 4.6 part is what i don't care for!
     
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    I can have a set ready to go for you that say that by next week. PM me if you really want them. You are correct...my friend is letting us use his machine for basically free. However I am paying the programmer for his programming fees and time to machine them for me. I wouldn't know how to begin doing it myself! :dunno: