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Old 09-01-2006, 10:19 AM   #1
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Several members have expressed an interest in my billet valve covers. I have them for sale again but before I overstep my bounds I wanted to see if I am allowed to post order and pricing info on them.
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Should not be a problem. Shortly you will be advised to the Vendor code of conduct and you will be free to sell your items.
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You'll have to contact either willwren,jr's3800, or Jim W. and give them some info first to become a recognized vendor.
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Arent they ex$pen$ive? Otherwise I would buy a pair.
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Here, read this thread...
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Arent they ex$pen$ive? Otherwise I would buy a pair.
I'm not sure if they have the but you would need L36 valve covers as the Series I L67 does not have notched areas for the injectors like the Series II L67. Series I has injectors going directly into the intake manifold, while the Series II has the injectors going into the heads on the top of the valve covers.
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the cost was mentioned twice but none was given. How much do the cost? Plain and simple.
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