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N12 Pulsar - Front Adjustable Coilover Suspension

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Post by Rohan 84ET »

shane when these run out . .will you be able to get more made up?

i am definitely interested in these . . .maybe much sooner than i thought . . . with the 4kg/mm like ya said . . . . and also wondering how much it would be in total with the rear springs and shocks like cherryturbojames asked about.
the "lowered and uprated rears so it is nice and stiff and shorter shocks to match"

with all this sent to SA . . . could i get a rough price?
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I wont be getting any more made up. what i have left. that is IT :)

unfortunatly i can no longer supply other spring rates as i have sold all the spares i have. and is not a cost worthy exercise to get more. They can still be sourced in australia as replacements from pretty much any other coilover/suspension specialists.

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cheers m8. thanx alot. ;)
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how many are left? :S
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If there are only a few sets left, then i will lay down some cash and get a set. Not sure if i could have the full 750 for about 6 weeks, but i would be able to pay 400 or so next week. Perhaps lay down an order for front brakes, and rears as well if they go ahead.
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i put dibs on a set too, same as my mate jazza!!!!
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8 Pairs of Coilovers Left guys.

First in best dressed. You wont be seeing these ever again.
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please let me know if these get down to 4 or something as i really want them but microtech is going in in 4 weeks so theres 2g just there, but if they are going to run out i can get some cash somehow cause i need your stuff lol
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sorry to be a bitch shane, but how many sets are left? i am thinking these are gonna be a must in the future, so gonna put some pennys away for a set now.

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mine will be paid for next wednesday :D cannot wait :D also the brakes ... mmmmm ... droooools!!!
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Post by shanec86 »

Rohan, i think theres about 4 to 6 sets left.

etking, no worries :)
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Post by Ben Hewitson »

shane... i...need....the....adjuster.... ;)
Uncie-G wrote: As for the drift steering wheel, if you use this combined with earthing kit at the same time the overall road feel and torque steer gets reduced.
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Ben Hewitson wrote:shane... i...need....the....adjuster.... ;)
you've been needing that for a bloody long time now! it can't be that hard to send 1! :?
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I am trying to source a replacement. Other wise i will have to remove one from another complete set.
Thats what happens when you use pliers on it :wink:
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Post by Ben Hewitson »

wish it was me. but if it hadn't seized the shock i wouldn't have had to use them. broke 2 Flintware alen keys getting it freed up after the adjuster broke... didn't want to mention that incase no-one wanted to buy them off you after mine locked up after 2 weeks...

if you cant find one, send it back and i'll insert my spare allen key into it and machine off the circlip area on the lathe. i really need it...

cheers.
Uncie-G wrote: As for the drift steering wheel, if you use this combined with earthing kit at the same time the overall road feel and torque steer gets reduced.
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