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price on drop in rods is pretty reasonable. You keep sets in STOCK and you might sell quite a bit.

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looking good, amen on the wait time tho. next come those sways you been workin on right?

yes actually they are off the vehicle and we are testing them right now to see if there are any defects in them at all. everything looks good so far. hope to start the production very soon.

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if its an HKS SSQV, how is it made by VMS???

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looks like a decent price... but do you also sell the part that welds onto the pipe?

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if its an HKS SSQV, how is it made by VMS???

:huh:

looks like a decent price... but do you also sell the part that welds onto the pipe?

they are sold seperate from the blow off valve. Vm's is the same as the hks ssqv, made by the same people

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they are sold seperate from the blow off valve. Vm's is the same as the hks ssqv, made by the same people

For half the price of the real one?!?!

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Wow, your greddy type BOV looks identical to the Type RS at my friend's shop... :blink: only without greddy etched on the side.

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Wow, your greddy type BOV looks identical to the Type RS at my friend's shop... :blink: only without greddy etched on the side.

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yeah pretty cool dont you think? they are the exact same.

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Is the fuel pressure regulator a rising rate and does it come with hardware to install into an 850 turbo to replace the stock FPR?

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Is the fuel pressure regulator a rising rate and does it come with hardware to install into an 850 turbo to replace the stock FPR?

the fuel pressure regulator is capable of up to 85 psi and comes with all the hoses, and connections to replace the stock one. You may however need to do some mod's to the cars that have the FPR in the fuel rail.

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