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Old 03-11-2008, 11:00 PM   #1
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Default GB: FDNewbie Imports/Intransigent Design Single & Dual Oil Cooler Kits!

This is an introductory group buy for our oil cooler kit. You can see the specifics of our oil cooler kit in this thread.



Pricing is listed below and we will need 10 orders to complete the group buy.

Please note: This oil cooler kit is intended for off road use only.

If you wish to participate in the GB please include the following information with your payment:
(In the notes section of Paypal Payment, or in a physical note with your Money Order/Cashiers Check):


1) Your forum username
2) Your real name
3) Your shipping address


Pricing:

Dual coolers with Black Setrab Cores
- Group Buy Price : $1,020 shipped
- Optional Stainless Steel Braided Lines: + $55

Dual coolers with Silver Mocal Cores

- Group Buy Price: $970 shipped
- Optional Stainless Steel Braided Lines: + $55

Single cooler with Black Setrab Core
- Group Buy Price : $660 shipped
- Optional Stainless Steel Braided Lines: + $45

Single cooler with Silver Mocal core

- Group Buy Price : $640 shipped
- Optional Stainless Steel Braided Lines: + $45

Shipping prices are for the Continental USA. Other areas will require special shipping quotes.


Payment info:

We will accept Cashiers Check, Money Order, and Paypal.
Paypal is preferred.

Prices for MO/CashiersCheck = Same as prices listed above
- Address to send MO/CashiersCheck to: PM ME For The Address
- (Please be aware, I will not be responsible for lost or stolen MO/CashiersCheck)

Price for Paypal Instant Transfer = [Price listed above] + 3%
Price for Paypal E-Check = [Price listed above] + $5.00
- PayPal E-Check Tutorial: CLICK HERE

PayPal address: cabaynes@hotmail.com

*No Refunds Once 10 payments have been received*






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Old 03-15-2008, 12:07 AM   #2
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wow, no interest...that's interesting.
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Old 03-15-2008, 01:02 AM   #3
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I'm very interested, just that my need for suspension and turbo work supercedes the desire for the oil cooler kit for now...
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Old 03-15-2008, 08:28 AM   #4
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same here, i happen to be very interested, but a tune+cage+body work session needs to be completed and paid for before this.
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Maybe you should try to run the GB again next winter when people are shutting the cars down for winter upgrades/maintnence.
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not sure if you know about other dual cooler kits on the market... but how does your setup compare vs the mocal mazdatrix setup? i'd like to know which is better, is it worth me spending the extra $90. are your cores larger? also, the mazdatrix setup includes stainless lines i think, do you recommend your standard line? or the stainless option? thanks for the input . i'd like to find the optimum setup for my fd..
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The Mazdatrix kit appears to use 19 row oil coolers, ours use 25 row (much more expensive). I don't know much about the Mazdatrix kit, but from the pictures it looks like the lines are not pre-made, and you have to make your own brackets to mount the coolers. Our kit comes with pre-made lines to the correct sizes, and brackets to mount the coolers and thermostat, which will save a TON of time during install.

Personally I like the standard line better then stainless, they look OEM in my opinion. Also the standard lines are a little easier to work with. The only time you would not be able to use the standard line was if you were running a dry-sump oil system. It comes down to personal preference, some people like the stainless lines better. I don't like to give a biased opinion, but our kit is complete and ready to install. The Mazdatrix kit looks like it's more of a DIY kit.

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cool info thanks
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FOR ALL INTERESTED:

We only need to fill 2 more slots to get this thing underway for the first shipment! Get in on it now!
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Updated.....we now have 6 orders and the GB is on officially.
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Is this gb still going or have prices changed? whats the wait time once ordered?

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Old 05-23-2008, 12:33 PM   #12
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wow, sorry for the delay....we are still honoring the GB pricing. The turn around time is about two weeks after you have ordered.

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