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Old 04-28-2003, 09:33 PM   #1
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has anyone tried the domestic performance intake for the series 1
i looked at it, but there weren't any reviews yet

also- has anyone ever looked at rsmracing.com ? they have an intake but it doesnt have any details
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has anyone tried the domestic performance intake for the series 1
i looked at it, but there weren't any reviews yet

also- has anyone ever looked at rsmracing.com ? they have an intake but it doesnt have any details
Are you talking about this:

Air Intake System
$349.99 CAN ($240.64 USD)
3800 and 3800 SC Air Intake Sytem. Includes seperate box for ECU.

I offer the exact same Air Intake System but at the above prices (*Plus *&H & GST*)
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xcellent
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I am the RSM dealer for California and I supply their product. Thus domestic performance sells RSM intakes. You are right there is not alot of information depending on the product.. What do you need to know? Some of my product is made for me by RSM. I am also in the process of setting up a CARB deal on RSM CSC kits and then even smog states will be able to use CSC kits on smogged vehicles. Much better than the GM roots.

I have many other companies I can get intakes from but most are inconsistent or do not produce a quality product. So I stick with the RSM Intakes. They make me any custom unit I want and I can produce any custom deal you need.

I only had one person who was “disappointed” in the product. There issue was suspect because they first tried to back out of the purchase two days after buying it. They were informed of the repacking fee and so when the product arrived they said it was a bad product. They also said it worked but said it was too much for an aluminum pipe and a filter. I offered my impeccable service and was ready to take the intake back but received no response. I have sold more intakes than I can count so I suppose that is a good record.


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hey does anyone know a good site where I can get those rubber couplers that hook up to the TB and intake pipe?
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Im liking the idea of this intake and i made an account on Domesic Performance
but i would like to know about payment options since my parents (im 17) wont let me use their credt card

is a cod possible or western union (are they still in business?) as long as i dont need a creit card
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Im liking the idea of this intake and i made an account on Domesic Performance
but i would like to know about payment options since my parents (im 17) wont let me use their credt card

is a cod possible or western union (are they still in business?) as long as i dont need a creit card
PayPal is about the only real form of payment Ty takes at present!
Go here to set up an account: http://www.paypal.com/
I take PayPal too, but will be taking VISA & MC too once my store opens June 1st, 2003.
BTW: I too sell RSM Products on my site....
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hey does anyone know a good site where I can get those rubber couplers that hook up to the TB and intake pipe?
yeah i was wondering this too
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hey does anyone know a good site where I can get those rubber couplers that hook up to the TB and intake pipe?
yeah i was wondering this too


Home Depot has them. They are Fernco couplers. For the intake they are good, but cant handle alot of pressure so dont use them for IC piping.
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