I'm in but I'm not a SoCal versa so I would have to pay for shipping as well. If this is a real project though I would be happy to flex me PayPal.
he said were looking about $700 for the finished product (thats no custom powercoating or anything)I'm interested if its going to be aluminum and look like this SR20 manifold (shown Below). I have a few questions.
What is the final cost going to be? Most aluminum manifolds are not cheap anywhere from $500-$1,500 dollars.
What is the $50 going towards? Is it just a donation to help the R&D or does it also go towards our cost of the manifold?
And is it going to a direct swap from oem to aftermarket and plug & play?
I'm glad that someone is taking initiative in our community to try and get some new products, so hear me out when I say this.he said were looking about $700 for the finished product (thats no custom powercoating or anything)
the R&D but im sure we could work something for those helping gettin it join
this will be a direct swap. keeping it simple
im thinking the $50 is really assurance that if time and money is spent on this that it will be actually purchased and installed on cars. not just a bunch of people saying they want it and never buying it. so youre probably right. Garm wouldnt take people's money for no reason and not give back to the community.I'm glad that someone is taking initiative in our community to try and get some new products, so hear me out when I say this.
I have never heard of a company taking money from is potential customers to produce a product that they are going to buy. They do the research and development on their tab not ours and when its finished we purchase it. Which company is this?
The $700 should include their R&D.