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Re: any thoughts on the alpha1 rear stress bar? (VDUBBINDizzy)

yah, contact:
Peter Lin
Alpha 1 Motorsports
(561)236-2495
E-mail: [email protected]
i bought mine a couple weeks ago, should be at my house right now...
i'll let you know after i install it
 

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Re: any thoughts on the alpha1 rear stress bar? (anto)

actually, i'll include the whole email...
******
> Hi,
>
> The Cost for the Rear STB is as follows:-
>
> Chromoly - $180.00 + Shipping
> Carbon Fiber - $275.00 +Shipping
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> To pay by PayPal
> Log on to http://www.paypal.com (you can use you credit card or checking account)
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> 1. Enter the recipient's email ([email protected])
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> 2. Enter the amount you wish to send ($180.00 for Chromoly, $275.00 for Carbon
> fiber)+$12.00 Shipping+3%
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> processing fee by paypal
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> Chromoly - $197.76 ( Paypal total)
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> Carbon Fibre - $295.61 (Paypal total)
>
> 3. Payment can be withdrawn from your credit card or checking account
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> 4. Enter you account information
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> 5. If you encounter problems see the demo of the operation at paypal
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>
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> Note: Please put your name on the notes* window to identify yourself
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> To pay by Money Order and Check:
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> Make Check ot Money Order payable to:
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> Alpha 1 Motorsports
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> Send to: 3922 W Sandpiper Dr. Unit 4
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> Boyton Beach, FL 33436
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> For the amount of ($180.00 for Chromoly, $275.00 for Carbon fiber)+$12.00
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> *** The orders will be processed once the Money Order/Check is cleared.
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> Once payments is recieved, you will be notified immediately via e-mail on the status of your
> order.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Peter Lin
> Alpha 1 Motorsports
> (561)236-2495
> E-mail: [email protected]


[Modified by anto, 2:26 PM 11-26-2001]
 

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Re: any thoughts on the alpha1 rear stress bar? (MaaloxRacer)

yah, just installed it last nite...works awesome...!!!
it wasn't very hard...
a couple tips...you don't need to take off the plastic fender cover...(you'll just create more work)
the drill points are actually not covered up by the fender cover.
another thing...you want to cut out the carpet interior, otherwise the STB is too long, the quick release fits so precisely that only a couple millimeters off will not allow you to pin it all the way throgh...
i spent forever trying to make the bar short enough so it'll fit, while it was already at the shortest setting...
by cutting out the carpet, i gave it enough slack so that you can adjust the length so the pin will go all the way through.
uhmm...i realize this may not make any sense, but if you have the STB, it would make perfect sense...
anyone need help with this, email me: [email protected]
 
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