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Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2007 1:23 pm 
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Hey guys long time no chat, for the last 6 months I have been customising my XR8 to be as strong yet reliable as possible.
So far I have fitted a detroit locker, BF GT-P front & rear bars, a dampened brass button clutch, 2pac engine re-spray, match ported inlet, & is currently in the process of a 2pac re-spray and custom intercooler
But finally got that new "alternator"! as far a the mrs knows anyway.
It is a vortech V1 Trim, which runs in the same direction as the engine, thus requiring a specific bracket kit.
Has anyone got access to offset and dimension specs or even a spare bracket layin around? cos I ain't payin CAPA what they are askin
cheers guys, will be seein ya's on the road soon kenny

 

 

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Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2007 2:02 pm 
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Congrats on the buy.

I just bought myself a V2 s trim for my XR8, Capa are charging almost a grand for a bracket, they'd have to give headjobs for that sorta money.

But, i think i have to go to em, time is something i dont have. But if anyone has a template for a 5ltr bracket it'd be much appreciated also.

 

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Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2007 2:12 pm 
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try $4990 for the V2 kit inc blower, or $5000 for the kit without blower for the V1, cos it drives the right fkn way?
It would have to be a good headjob for that $$$$$
redcliff performance will do you a bracket for $895 including courier, good customer service too unlike the opposition who are rude ,arrogant and blahh blahh I'm gonna get myself in trouble aren't I!

 

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Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2007 8:03 pm 
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kenny wrote:
redcliff performance will do you a bracket for $895 including courier, good customer service too unlike the opposition who are rude ,arrogant and blahh blahh I'm gonna get myself in trouble aren't I!


Not with me, if they are rude and arrogant someone should say so.

 

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