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    Senior Member Rob
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    Default FS: Rob's Aluminum air diversion panels (trial run)

    Note: trial run is over, official FS thread is now here: http://www.b15u.com/members-services...s-finally.html






    Location: surrey bc, canada
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    Alright, i'm ready to give this a trial run, i've only made 5 more cause before i get too deep i just want to make sure shipping goes alright and people are satisfied with them ect.

    For sale are my aluminum air diversion panels, cnc plasma cut from 16ga. aluminum. Included will be the rubber trim across the back to protect the rad tank and a couple pieces of double sided tape so we can get a nicer fit to the grill.
    I'm also including a set of my wheel hop aids to the first 5 guys brave enough to try these out. http://www.b15u.com/parts-sale/24056...0-shipped.html

    Price will be $25+ shipping
    Or if you want to make your own i can mail you a full scale printout with dimentions for $8
    Or if you're real crafty just zoom in on the pic below and write down the measurements.

    Give me your zip/postal code and ill get you the full shipped price.

    Please include with your paypal payment: you're user name, change of address if any, and the type of wheel hop aid you want (for the first five who get the free set).
    If you send any of this info via pm there is a good chance i'll get it all mixed up cause i do all of the postage and shipping from paypal.

    Couple things to note:
    so far this has only been installed on my 03 spec, i have one already headed to a member who will test it on his 05 but i don't expect results for another week or so.
    also this isnt my buisness or anything, im just some dude who likes making stuff on his lunch breaks and shares them when it works out.

    blah blah blah... heres the pics


    Last edited by rob5625; 12-13-2011 at 06:33 PM.
    Check out the random stuff i'm making
    Air diversion panels
    Gauge mounts and vent deletes
    The classic wheel hop aid
    Aluminum power steering reservoir covers
    Aluminum Relay box covers

    13.57@104.25 -baby loves the bottle!-
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    looks nice im intewrested
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    Interested, what kind of deal could you work me if I get this and a set of ltb washers shipped to the states?

    2J Racing high power cold air intake, Nismo header, Nismo lower tie bar(not installed yet), Nismo rear sway bar,Nismo short shifter, 2J midpipe,stromung exhaust, Ksport coilovers, 2-J racing 10mm anti lift kit,2-J lightweight crank and power steering pulley, FI-R shifter bushings, Rob's air diversion panel, Rob's LTB wheel hop aid, More to come!

    Bsr, j30 front calipers yet to be installed…

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    hmm i love the look of it just contemplating if it's worth it or not. i'll probably end up getting it.
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    nice! im sold. ill definately pick one up.

    did you skip the 90* bend up against the radiator to save on cost, material, and labor?

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    You used the greddy as the template right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmoredSpecV View Post
    nice! im sold. ill definately pick one up.

    did you skip the 90* bend up against the radiator to save on cost, material, and labor?
    He mentioned it in the other thread (need to search for it) thats what i asked as well,

    Ill be ordering this shortly, its on my list.. wanna compare it to the greddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k4spec View Post
    He mentioned it in the other thread (need to search for it) thats what i asked as well,

    Ill be ordering this shortly, its on my list.. wanna compare it to the greddy
    Isnt this a good price compared to the greddy? I have only seen one greddy one and I thought it was over double this price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k4spec View Post
    He mentioned it in the other thread (need to search for it) thats what i asked as well,

    Ill be ordering this shortly, its on my list.. wanna compare it to the greddy
    Looks identicle minus the bend and the two small rectangular holes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moparman View Post
    Isnt this a good price compared to the greddy? I have only seen one greddy one and I thought it was over double this price.
    Correct, its less than half the cost and the greddy only comes in carbon fiber

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    Sold. I want one

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    Im down for one, possible to come it hi temp black ? You should engrave a small logo or something... and 45 shipped to 78232? any deals? Plus any idea where to get some cheap rad support and pin fastners?


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    when i made mine i had to cut out those rectangle holes for the part of the clips so it would sit flush. I wonder how he did it without

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    Quote Originally Posted by kruton1990 View Post
    when i made mine i had to cut out those rectangle holes for the part of the clips so it would sit flush. I wonder how he did it without
    I just noticed that, your right, I needed to cut it for mine too also I had to put the 2 little holes for the rubber nubs on the bottom of the hood so it didn't bend my panel

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    Bsr, j30 front calipers yet to be installed…

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    ya i put red grease on them and slowly place the hood down so it leaves a perfect circle on the panel the only thing i didnt like about mine was it was thin metal. I dont remember the guage

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmoredSpecV View Post
    nice! im sold. ill definately pick one up.

    did you skip the 90* bend up against the radiator to save on cost, material, and labor?
    exactly, plus i hope it will stay safer during shipping this way.

    Quote Originally Posted by B15NewYork View Post
    You used the greddy as the template right?
    i've acually never seen the greddy one, just took measurments and cut a few test pcs.

    Quote Originally Posted by knight634 View Post
    Im down for one, possible to come it hi temp black ? You should engrave a small logo or something... and 45 shipped to 78232? any deals? Plus any idea where to get some cheap rad support and pin fastners?
    id rather not paint it before shipping but you guys can paint it any color you like when you get it, im thinking i'll paint mine black as well, anodizing would be cool too.
    i'm also going to play around with polishing one too. i just checked you zip and it was .60 cheaper
    my local auto parts store has a big ass rack of random fasteners, the dealership wants something like $2/fastener.

    Quote Originally Posted by kruton1990 View Post
    when i made mine i had to cut out those rectangle holes for the part of the clips so it would sit flush. I wonder how he did it without
    witchcraft!

    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfire2002 View Post
    I just noticed that, your right, I needed to cut it for mine too also I had to put the 2 little holes for the rubber nubs on the bottom of the hood so it didn't bend my panel
    i acually just cut off the tips of the supports where they flipped up, i didnt know why they were like that anyways. i used some tin snips but its just plastic so i good knife or even scissors should do it. my first try was with 1/8" aluminum (cause i got tons of it lying around here) with those nubs and the other weather seal caused issues when trying to close the hood. i found some 16ga and its just right, hood closes fine and its just stiff enough but not too stiff.

    ill do i quick install writeup here shortly, super easy.
    Check out the random stuff i'm making
    Air diversion panels
    Gauge mounts and vent deletes
    The classic wheel hop aid
    Aluminum power steering reservoir covers
    Aluminum Relay box covers

    13.57@104.25 -baby loves the bottle!-
    It's not a low budget build...just slow budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob5625 View Post
    id rather not paint it before shipping but you guys can paint it any color you like when you get it, im thinking i'll paint mine black as well, anodizing would be cool too.
    i'm also going to play around with polishing one too. i just checked you zip and it was .60 cheaper
    my local auto parts store has a big ass rack of random fasteners, the dealership wants something like $2/fastener.
    Awesome... .60 woooo!!! and I guess ill scavenge around for fastners..


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    Yea I don't need a how to write up, although I'm sure someone could use it. I was just saying that when I made mine out of plexiglas I had to add those cut outs. I'm not saying your stuff isn't good the way it is just stateing an observation on how it was different than mine. Also how much for a diversion panel and set of ltb washers to 43311?
    Last edited by dragonfire2002; 12-13-2011 at 04:28 PM.

    2J Racing high power cold air intake, Nismo header, Nismo lower tie bar(not installed yet), Nismo rear sway bar,Nismo short shifter, 2J midpipe,stromung exhaust, Ksport coilovers, 2-J racing 10mm anti lift kit,2-J lightweight crank and power steering pulley, FI-R shifter bushings, Rob's air diversion panel, Rob's LTB wheel hop aid, More to come!

    Bsr, j30 front calipers yet to be installed…

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfire2002 View Post
    Yea I don't need a how to write up, although I'm sure someone could use it. I was just saying that when I made mine out of plexiglas I had to add those cut outs. I'm not saying your stuff isn't good the way it is just stateing an observation on how it was different than mine. Also how much for a diversion panel and set of ltb washers to 43311?
    so far shipping only seems to vary about $.60 or so, i'll probably just hold a flat rate for shipping but maybe anyone in the northwest should ask first cause im in BC, could be cheaper.
    im thinking of just throwing in wheelhop aids as a bonus gift.

    hmm... interest is growing, guess ill get some cut soon and we'll give it a whirl.

    anyone have a ser logo i could print off and use as a stencil? i might be able to pull off some acid etching or just polish a ser logo to them, that would be cool.


    edit: shipping does vary more, washington guys save $3, maybe ill go $25+ shipping then, keep it fair and all.
    Last edited by rob5625; 12-13-2011 at 06:31 PM.
    Check out the random stuff i'm making
    Air diversion panels
    Gauge mounts and vent deletes
    The classic wheel hop aid
    Aluminum power steering reservoir covers
    Aluminum Relay box covers

    13.57@104.25 -baby loves the bottle!-
    It's not a low budget build...just slow budget.

 

 
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