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    Default More new parts in stock

    I am tierd of being for spare wear items for our cars

    I now have clutch assemblies including flywheel and throw out bearing in stock $1550.00 plus shipping
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    Also have Windshields in stock and i will ship to you $1500.00

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    Led plug and play head light bulbs and they are actually brighter than the HID $175.00

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    No fancy web page just parts when you need them
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    Could I get just the throw out bearing? Is it the same for the AP setup?

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    It is the same same throw out bearing but it requires an adapter to me removed off of the old one or i can make a new one

    call me you have my number

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    Is this the stock Rossion Centerforce Clutch ?
    I need one for about 500+ engine hp for the M 400
    Ivan

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    Yes these are the Rossion Centerforce Clutches and they are holding up fine

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    "Led plug and play head light bulbs and they are actually brighter than the HID $175.00"

    Does this work right into the Noble as well?

    Thank you,
    Hugh


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    Here is a picture of a car we just replaced the HID's with LED's
    HID's are the ones on the Right side of the car so the Left side of the picture

    I have never replaced a set of Noble units but i am pretty sure the are the same

    It is $175 per set on the car in the picture we replaced both sets
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    Looking good on the lights.
    What is the power draw versus HIDS, any significantly lower than stock ?

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    I have a proper D2S HID low beam setup on my Noble and LED high beam bulbs in the factory housings. Color and brightness are very similar. LED wins. HID is dead.

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    How easy is it for the Led plug and play head light bulbs install?
    Is it just for low beam?
    Wilson

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