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#16 Old 02-02-2005, 07:32 AM
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Yep. That includes the FMIC. If I don't have to do that, figure probably $100 less.
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$850 for:
-vf34, tmic, sti injectors, plugs, pulley, uppipe, 3"tbe, 4 rotors and pads.
6k miles and i could not be happier.
edit: hydro e.m. ,18g, torque converter and Angelina Jolene would make me happier
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$850 for:
-vf34, tmic, sti injectors, plugs, pulley, uppipe, 3"tbe, 4 rotors and pads.
6k miles and i could not be happier.
edit: hydro e.m. ,18g, torque converter and Angelina Jolene would make me happier
$850??? Yikes....
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Yep. That includes the FMIC. If I don't have to do that, figure probably $100 less.
Man... those landlords the shops are renting their spaces from must really be rakin' it in. 100 smackers to put a front-mount on... how long does that take you, Cos?
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It depends on which one it is. Some are easier than others.

Some require you to grind down some of the material off the radiator fan to clear the piping. But, other than that, average it takes me about 2 hours.
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