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m20 Intake Bracket GB!!

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    m20 Intake Bracket GB!!

    I am running a special Goup Buy on my intake mounting brackets for the m20. The bracket is made of ABS plastic, and holds up well to the heat in the engine bay. The bracket bolts onto the AFM and holds the filter/afm very secure.

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    Prices:
    I normally charge $25.00 plus $5.00s/h. With 15 people the price will be reduced from the $30. shipped down to only $20.00 shipped.

    For more questions PM me, but if you are interested please leave me your name so I can add you to my list. I will let this run about a week to give some people on other forums to respond.

    Kyle
    Last edited by bimmer8604; 01-02-2006, 05:36 PM.
    1988 M3, 97 840, 99 XJ
    DILLIGAF

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    Re: m20 Intake Bracket GB!!

    I'm in. I'll buy one even if the group buy falls through. If you have high production numbers, i'd like to sell them on my site as well.
    Nick

    87 325 5MT
    02 IS300 5MT

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      #3
      I have one - it is a good quality bracket - highly recommended!!!!! :D
      Current Cars
      2014 M235i
      2009 R56 Cooper S
      1998 M3
      1997 M3

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        #4
        im interested, you still sellin them?
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        Gm Foods
        Last edited by Gr00v3; 05-12-2011, 10:12 AM.

        m42brigade

        r3v Photo Crew: Founding Member

        Originally posted by Eurospeed
        Guys like him are the reason I love it when people do things to their cars that are different. It just like anytime Karlo posts a thread with pics of his car, I love watching all the elitist pricks on this site shit their pants when they see an E30 that doesn't fit their standards.

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          #5
          hey are you still selling these brackets i can sue use one being my afm has nothing holding it in place, I feel ghetto.

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            #6
            I had sent an email, but just in case you didn't get it, count me in.
            A great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do- Walter Gagehot

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