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      07-08-2018, 01:33 PM   #111
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      07-09-2018, 03:45 PM   #112
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      07-09-2018, 03:47 PM   #113
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Yes I have these in stock ready to ship. Just PM me your email and I'll send a Paypal invoice.
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      07-11-2018, 12:08 PM   #114
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Product is A+. Incredibly well designed and built.

The "bad" only comes with installation IF you have a larger oil cooler or intercooler, like me have the AA sc kit. I have a much larger intercooler and piping down there which gives you less than zero clearance.

I had to do some of my own "fabricating" which meant removing the rubber and cutting down the plastic pieces with a Dremel so it was flat/flush. Lastly I had to go buy longer rear screws bc I just didn't have the shear force while lying on the ground to push the tray up. Using the longer screws as leverage I got the tray flush and replaced with the shorter screws one at a time.

To reiterate... great product!

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Yes I have these in stock ready to ship. Just PM me your email and I'll send a Paypal invoice.

Is there any way you can have the modification performed before I purchase it. I have a AA supercharger so I would need it to be modified to work. Please let me know.
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      07-12-2018, 10:23 PM   #115
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Still making these? Ship to Canada?
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      07-13-2018, 07:45 AM   #116
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Yes! Just PM me your email for an invoice.

These are in stock and all details for purchasing and shipping costs are on the first post!
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      07-13-2018, 07:51 AM   #117
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Is there any way you can have the modification performed before I purchase it. I have a AA supercharger so I would need it to be modified to work. Please let me know.
I sent you a PM. I can't "pre-modify" them without having the car here to fit to. I can ship a tray with the sealing strips unattached so you can either leave them off or cut them more easily as you deem necessary. Interestingly, I've had follow up notes from some other buyers with AA/ESS/VS SC setups who didn't mention any modifications were needed.

I think some cars just have installs that cause parts to sit differently. Maybe tweaked or bent brackets? Its the same with stock setups. I've had to bend the low-hanging oil pipe upwards on some, some others clear by a mile. It proves that every car is slightly different and is why we don't pre-drill every hole.

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Looking sick bro. Did you say these were in stock ready to ship?
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      07-18-2018, 09:50 AM   #120
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In stock and shipping as soon as you place your order!
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      07-18-2018, 11:01 AM   #121
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In stock and shipping as soon as you place your order!
Ready to place my order. PM please.
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      07-26-2018, 10:17 AM   #122
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All orders shipped. I have trays in stock and ready to go!
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I may be buying one of these in the near future. My next planned mod is H&R springs, and I have a feeling my felts are gonna get clobbered to shit.

Quick question; this install looks like it has extra pieces added on on either side of the main duct. It's occurring to me since the panel is flat, without those pieces the tray would have openings there that could potentially scoop debris into the engine bay or bumper area. Is there a way to add on these extra pieces without the brake ducts?



Here's without. The bumper's main curve seems to leave these spots open, I'd rather plug them up like the OEM tray does. The main duct up to the oil cooler and radiator is the only opening I'd like to have.
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Quick question; this install looks like it has extra pieces added on on either side of the main duct. It's occurring to me since the panel is flat, without those pieces the tray would have openings there that could potentially scoop debris into the engine bay or bumper area. Is there a way to add on these extra pieces without the brake ducts?
There is nothing to block off that area unless you fabricate something like those brake duct plates in that photo. There is no harm in leaves and such being "scooped up" into that open area, as anything will just blow through and out the bottom of the engine bay. The area behind the bumper is open to below and aids in exhausting hot air from the engine bay at speed.
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I do but these can only be purchased by messaging me directly.
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Does anyone know what size self tapping screws I can purchase for the rear of the OEM under carriage tray? Mine seems to be missing a few. Thanks!
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