[s-cars] RS2 Bits and Pieces - $250 Sound Reasonable?
mark.pollan at verizonbusiness.com
Fri Jun 2 20:36:27 EDT 2006
Thanks Sean for the input. Yes I priced everything on the spreadsheet you
compiled. I think I will go ahead and get these items from Ken at West
Hartford. BTW, he seems like a great guy and definitely easy to work with.
Now, speaking of spreadsheets, what is it with you I say with a salute.
RS2, Suspension, what's next? I'm almost afraid to price the suspension
bits and pieces and hunks and chunks you amassed. How did things settle in?
IIRC you posted about some creaking recently?
From: Sean Douglas [mailto:quattro20v at telus.net]
Sent: Friday, June 02, 2006 7:19 PM
To: David Kase
Cc: Mark Pollan; 'S-Cars list'
Subject: Re: [s-cars] RS2 Bits and Pieces - $250 Sound Reasonable?
Quoting David Kase <davekase at pdqlocks.com>:
> Here's the other thing...how is a VW dealer getting Euro-only parts?
> The Audi dealers I checked with can not get euro-only stuff. I had to
> get all my S2 stuff from Europe.
The only euro-only parts I can think of is the shortened studs for the
manifold. Everthing else should be available stateside.
With the studs, you can buy the OEM longer ones and cut them down, which
save you sourcing these from europe.
BTW, I found even with the proper RS2 studs, I had to shorten 2 or 3 of the
bottom ones even more to get it to fit.
Mark - If you priced everything on my spreadsheet, then $250 is reasonable.
its just a simple gasket set with locknuts then $250 is too much.
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