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Selling Dinan CF Intake and Dinan CF strut bar
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$280 for each
 

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Is it still in good shape? Which model does it fit? Pics when you get a chance por favor.
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the intake tube fits the 325 but will fit a 330 if you get a different adapter to fit the MAF. The strut bar fits both 325 and 330
 

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Looking at that you may make more parting it out before you sell it. I'm not sure if the long tube will be the right size for my 330. You do have a few things I'm interested in though
I agree I would make more parting it out. the intake tube will fit the 330, all you need is a larger coupler because the the 330 m54 engine has a bigger MAF compared to the 325 m54 engine
 

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Yeah. The question is how much is that part and will that still make as much power as the bigger tube for the 330. How hard was it to get those gauges in and functioning?
The diameter of the intake tube for the Dinan CAI does not change the only change from a 325 to 330 fitment is the coupler that adapts from the tube to the MAF.

The gauges are pretty simple to get working. The simplest is the Volt meter, next is the oil temp (a drain plug with temperature sender with a wire attaches to the oil temp guage) oil pressure guage is simple but is the most difficult to install.
 

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Just got on the computer now I see you were posting pics, sorry couldn't see them on my phone. How many parts are you willing to pull off your car before you sell it? I don't want you to have that add up and then go to sell it and it not have everything on it anymore. I like the Shifter and E brake handle along with the aluminum trim but I know you'll prob need that stuff to sell the car, so just let know and maybe we can work a deal out
 

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Just got on the computer now I see you were posting pics, sorry couldn't see them on my phone. How many parts are you willing to pull off your car before you sell it? I don't want you to have that add up and then go to sell it and it not have everything on it anymore. I like the Shifter and E brake handle along with the aluminum trim but I know you'll prob need that stuff to sell the car, so just let know and maybe we can work a deal out
Are you local? I have to have and see if I have the stock shifter and ebrake laying around. If so I can sell you shifter and ebrake to you or we can do a swap plus cash.

Unfortunately the aluminum trim is not aluminum; it is factory silver plastic trim. Looks great though.
 

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No, I'm in Oklahoma. I have been looking for that trim to change out from my cracking wood trim. I put on Aluminum pedal covers and now they stick out so I've been looking for the brushed AL look trim. Would you be able to pull the gauge cluster and the parts needed or would that be more trouble than its worth? I really like that in there better than the compartment I never use.
 

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No, I'm in Oklahoma. I have been looking for that trim to change out from my cracking wood trim. I put on Aluminum pedal covers and now they stick out so I've been looking for the brushed AL look trim. Would you be able to pull the gauge cluster and the parts needed or would that be more trouble than its worth? I really like that in there better than the compartment I never use.
I can pull the VDO guages for you it's really simple to do, since I was the one that installed it. I always liked knowing the oil temperature of the car.
 

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Ok, Cool. I have to hit the sack but if you'll PM me what all you're willing to part with and the prices maybe we can make a package deal and get it figured out tomorrow. Thanks
Let me know ASAP please, someone is offering cash for my car tomorrow... I will have to pull what you need asap.

$250 strut bar
$250 dinan cai intake
$200 for gauges
 
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