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Old 12-08-2005, 10:21 AM   #21
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Id buy a set, or a front single let us know on a price,
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Old 12-08-2005, 10:26 AM   #22
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Id buy a set, or a front single let us know on a price,
Here'* his price for the sets:

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Retail Pricing for the valve covers is as follows by part #:
#1001 - $339.99
#1101 - $419.99 (polished aluminum finish)

#1002 - $379.99 **higher cost due to added build cost for this design**
#1102 - $449.99 (polished aluminum finish) **higher cost due to added build cost for this design**


Obviously, we realize that these are not the cheapest fabricated valve covers on the market for the 3800. These however, do not require custom gaskets (stock style Felpro gaskets included), and utilize a billet rail instead of the weaker rolled edge design like the competition. Bottom line is that these valve covers were built to last. There is no reason why they shouldn’t be the last set of valve covers you ever have to buy for your engine. Please feel free to contact me with questions and/or order inquiries.
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Old 12-10-2005, 01:30 PM   #23
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awesome , I been searching for something like these for awhile, You get seriesII SC available count me in for a set


You say your not the cheapest.... from what i have found you are the only ones making them,
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I've seen other sets available in the past. I know there'* at least 2 other companies making them, but don't recall who they are.
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Old 12-13-2005, 12:03 AM   #25
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Will is right. There are a few others making these currently. From what I've seen though, we''re the only ones producing them with a billet rail (that has been machined to use factory style gaskets) and the only ones offering multiple design options (in addition to the option of a polished finish).

Also, just a heads up that we have launched our website, where we are now taking orders for the valve covers. Per the many requests, we expect to have the L67 covers ready very early in 2006.

Anyhow, feel free to check out our site:

http://www.rdperformanceproducts.com

Finally, we're soliciting new product ideas on the site and as part of the deal...any product that we begin production based on your suggestion will lead to you getting that product for free.
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Thanks for all of the suggestions! We've been absolutely inundated with them (especially from llBlazin_llLo ) and we will throroughly investigate all of these ideas.

We'd also like to offer you a limited time 15% holiday discount on our L36 valve covers (equates to a minimum of $51 in savings). We're offering the discount on the next 5 sets that are purchased through our web site. Simply enter the coupon code "Holiday" during the checkout process and your discount will be applied.
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Thanks for all of the suggestions! We've been absolutely inundated with them (especially from llBlazin_llLo ) and we will throroughly investigate all of these ideas.
HAHA... What can I say I have a lot of ideas just not a lot of time!

edit: Oops I'm in Clarkston over at Ryans and forgot to log out Ryan and log me in.
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