3800 Parts: SD Hood, AEM Wideband, SLP Gen2 Spoiler, Projectors, and More

PokerBlakeB

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3800 Parts: Gen V Blower, Fixed AFC, L26 Turbo Intake

Location: Kenosha, WI
Payment type: Cash or Paypal + 3% fees Paypal address: [email protected]

Gen V Supercharger - $300
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Gen V LIM - $50
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New Fixed Frequency AFC - $75

L26 Upper/Lower Intake for TURBO - $250
*PCV welded shut
*MAP ported drilled open and used as vacuum source
*EVAP port drilled/tapped for another vacuum source
*Coolant holes drilled/tapped/plugged on Lower Intake Manifold
*Injector bungs drilled/tapped/plugged on Lower Intake Manifold
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If I'm not mistaken, when someone sends you money to pay, they can select "send as gift" to waive any Paypal fees. Doing this forfeits paypal to dispute any claims on the transaction though. So you could waive the 3%.
 

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It uses the stock mounting points correct? If so very interested.

I will be able to come for it this weekend maybe.
 

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It uses the stock mounting points correct? If so very interested.

I will be able to come for it this weekend maybe.
I used to have one of these spoilers on my '99 GTP. I will vouch that they DO use the stock holes! In fact, it is a direct swap. The ONLY problem you might have is scratches from debris that was stuck under your existing spoiler. Other than that, you're golden!

I loved my SLP Gen. II spoiler, but sold it to fund another spoiler project...which I finished and sold a long time ago. Lastly, I believe these are also discontinued...if I am not mistaken.
 

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