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Leave Billet Aluminum 2 25.00%
Anodize them black 6 75.00%
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Old 02-19-2010, 01:35 PM
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New Z Plates!

Hey guys i met up with my CNC guy today and im finally getting new Z plates out.. .but... i have changed the design on them...i think they look better this way and will function way better than the older ones... but i have a question for you guys...

they are made from billet Aluminum... would you guys prefer i leave them just like that or have then anodized black like the last ones? reason i ask is because anodizing them black will cost more... about 2 bucks more each..

this is what they looked like before: http://www.stealth-automotive.com/im...c1d32d261e.gif

for people that dont know what its for its for the zoodad mod...

no pics of the new ones until they are done... wont be for another week and a half

let me know what you guys think about the anodizing or not

Update: here is a pic of the new design... they will be in stock in a few days ready to ship... price will be $39.95



-Raul

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I say black so they won't stand out as much, makes it look more factory and better, imo.
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Old 02-19-2010, 03:12 PM
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I say black so they won't stand out as much, makes it look more factory and better, imo.
Thats what im thinking too.. but current price for them was $29.95... they are now costing me 3 bucks more to make which doesnt include the anodizing.. so with that were looking at about 5 bucks more so price is going to go up to about $34.95

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would it be possible to have an option out there for either one of them??
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i say leave them the natural color
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Old 02-19-2010, 03:22 PM
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would it be possible to have an option out there for either one of them??
i guess i could.. but... they charge a lot fee... and since im only having 60 of them made for now it doesnt matter if i do 10 or all 60.. they are still going to charge me the same amount since they have a Minimum amount that has to be paid...

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Old 02-19-2010, 07:59 PM
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alright guys my CNC guy sent me some pics today... these will be done by the end of the week in billet only... if i get enough people wanting them in black ill do half the batch anodized black... let me know what you think...

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