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V35 Whiteline Sway Bar Group Buy


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After several requests from the V35 guys, I am pleased to be organising a group buy for V35 Nissan Sway Bars! We require a MINIMUM of 5 orders to go ahead.

Whiteline; http://www.whiteline.com.au/index.php have used their years of experience and on car G-meter testing to ensure these bars are a perfect match for the 350Z and V35!

Front; BNF35Z, 32mm Blade Adjustable. RRP; $320. Group Buy price; $240

Rear; BNR 30Z, 20mm Blade Adjustable. RRP;$285 Group Buy price; $215

Front heavy Duty Ball Link, Adjustable. KLC110; RRP $175. Group Buy price; $120

Rear Heavy Duty Ball Link, Adjustable. KLC141; RRP $175. Group Buy price; $120

Delivery is not included in this price, and rather than quote a "one size fits all" cost, contact me with your postcode for an accurate shipping cost.

As I live in Faulconbridge (Blue Mountains, NSW), all those wishing to come to me are welcome; otherwise I am happy to travel a reasonable distance in the Sydney area to deliver at no cost!

This is a massive saving over retail, and an excellent chance to get hold of fantastic quality components that will really improve the handling of your car!

I will requre FULL payment by 23rd May 2011, and delivery is set to be around 2 weeks later; 6th May 2011onwards(actual delivery date may be a little earlier or a little later) depending on Stock availability/manufacturing lead time.

Please PM me for a shipping quote BEFORE depositing any funds.

Rest assured, I will be keeping in touch through the process, and in contact with all purchasers once they're ready!

Banking Details;

Dale Laughton

ANZ Bank

BSB; 012-836

ACC; 5333-44981

When making a payment, please use your forum user name as a reference, so I can confirm payments. Also, feel free to PM once you've deposited, so I know to look out for your payment!

As people have requested a short delivery time frame; the sooner I recieve 5 payments, the sooner I can place the order. So let's get cracking!

Cheers, Dale

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Do i need the Duty Ball Link's if I buy the sway bars? or can i just replace the stock sway bars with these. Or is it recommended to install the Duty Ball Link's if you change the sway bars. Im not very sharp on the Suspension of cars, anyone able to help out letting me know what the Duty Ball Link's exactly do.

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Do i need the Duty Ball Link's if I buy the sway bars? or can i just replace the stock sway bars with these. Or is it recommended to install the Duty Ball Link's if you change the sway bars. Im not very sharp on the Suspension of cars, anyone able to help out letting me know what the Duty Ball Link's exactly do.

Ball links are not a compulsory upgrade, but given the age of your vehicle, the OEM links will have some wear and the Whiteline links are much larger (the ball joint is more than twice the size) and stronger than OEM.

Pics for comparison;

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I noticed a difference in the rear links even on Standard Sway Bars (the Stagea uses the same rear links). Removed the slack and float on initial turn in from the Std suspension (due to the slack & looseness present in the tiny ball joints of my OEM links), and just got better with uprated bars. At this price it's a great opportunity, but entirely up to the individual.

Hope this helps, Dale.

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Guys, after all the PM's and requests I received in the lead up, very few people seem to be interested, now I have organised this Group Buy.

If anyone has issues or concerns of any kind, with regard to the security of payments, or my own credentials; feel free to contact me and I will answer any questions or concerns you may have.

It would be great to see you guys get involved with this Group buy.:thumbsup:

Cheers, Dale.

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Guys, after all the PM's and requests I received in the lead up, very few people seem to be interested, now I have organised this Group Buy.

If anyone has issues or concerns of any kind, with regard to the security of payments, or my own credentials; feel free to contact me and I will answer any questions or concerns you may have.

It would be great to see you guys get involved with this Group buy.:thumbsup:

Cheers, Dale.

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jawrg your next !

We will then hassle the others otherwise this will never happen!

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PAID

jawrg your next !

We will then hassle the others otherwise this will never happen!

Great stuff!:thumbsup: Thanks for your support! Come on you guys, lets have a few more!

Cheers, Dale.

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Guys, how much does it usually cost for installation?

Because your supplying the parts you will just be paying for labour. So it depends on what the mechanic wants to charge you. i wouldn't pay anything $100+.

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Nice!:thumbsup:

Because your supplying the parts you will just be paying for labour. So it depends on what the mechanic wants to charge you. i wouldn't pay anything $100+.

I'm with you on this; 2hours work absolute TOPS! I did mine on a set of ramps in just over an hour; the wheels don't even need to come off.

If you're Sydney based; I can help you with this.:thumbsup:

all Paid woohoo!! bring on the sways...cant wait to get em installed

Good job mate!:worship:

Thanks for the support guys, lets get a couple more; then I can get ordering!

Cheers, Dale.

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Thinking! Dammit... Its coilovers or this. Not both.

get these, i have coilovers and they always stay the same price, there is never specials allowed with bc racing.. get these now with massive discount and if you feel its not enough you can always get coilovers later once you forget about the money u spent on sways!

by the way, your looking at 1200 or 1300 for coilovers

install $ i did myself

set up money $250 including a $60 4 wheel alignment

I didnt have to spend money for camber kit as my camber was fine without them but if u do thats another $500

You will get as much from the sways i have been told, you can always get a 2nd hand coilover kit if you watch ebay or on here but a killer deal like this will prob not come again..

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Thinking! Dammit... Its coilovers or this. Not both.

Get on this.:nyaanyaa: (No bias)

BC's don't vary in price; it'll be a while before you can get this price again. These will make a bigger difference to the handling of your car than coilovers will.

Thanks for the payments guys; you know who you are.:thumbsup: You all have PM's

Let's get a couple more, then i can place the order. The sooner we have 5; the sooner I can order; the sooner you can have your bars.:whistling:

Cheers, Dale.

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