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150+SH Thanks!
 

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Also have a pair of 9b housings



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1 G TT Hubs 100 + Shipping
Headlight buckets 75 + Shipping
1 G Compressor bracket 50 + Shipping
Fuel Rails 80 + Shipping
Battery Tray / Bracket / hold down 80 + Shipping
Fuel Access 40 + Shipping
 
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1st gen TT intake manifold + lower intake manifold and twin turbo coolant neck 400$ + SH





 
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Very NICE work Frank :)

How big of an oven do you have?

Bob.

Thinking about getting my WHOLE car powder coated.... ;)
 
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Thanks Bob! I can fit maybe 2 intake manifolds at a time, not much larger than that. Might need to shrink your car lol
 

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Everything in this thread, plus more. I have multiple duplicates of most parts. Thanks!
 

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Interested in the wiper arms and the battery tray and brackets. Do you have the threaded rod for the battery hold down? Please PM me total price with shipping to 98229. TIA.

PS. Might take the steering knuckles too. Depends on price of the other items.
 

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Interested in the wiper arms and the battery tray and brackets. Do you have the threaded rod for the battery hold down? Please PM me total price with shipping to 98229. TIA.

PS. Might take the steering knuckles too. Depends on price of the other items.
Sent you a pm, thanks!
 

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Both sets of fuel rails sold
 

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Nice work on the powder coating, ceramic coating is the way too go...a good thermal and chemical resistant barrier...and no need for masking since you only apply 1 to 2 mil...
Ceramic coating is alot more expensive to do and not alot of color choices. Would be good for stuff that gets direct heat like the exhaust manifolds and such. I may offer it in the future ;)
 

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Ceramic coating is alot more expensive to do and not a lot of color choices. Would be good for stuff that gets direct heat like the exhaust manifolds and such. I may offer it in the future ;)
CERAKOTE is the website that is if you are not familiar, yes it is expensive!!! I did my entire engine such as: pistons, rods, camshafts, combustion chamber, valves, exhaust manifolds exterior and interior, and turbos exterior and interior. For components that is part of the rotating assembly I used dry film lubricant coating as they call it rated at 1800 There are many color choices for coatings rated up to 300 that I used on exterior parts such as cam gears, valve covers, engine block and other small stuff.. AND best part no masking required. BUT a lot of prep work needed such as cleaning and abrasive blasting.
 

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