<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by Sly__147:
<strong>well, my plans to go to London fell through so i spent the money I had saved for the intake on the spoiler instead.... not cheap at Lm 110 (spoiler costs Lm60, fitting+spray Lm50) But anyway i didnt stay thinking about it otherwise I probably wouldnt have got it!!
Stephen Briffa seems to have done a really nice job on his 147, prob next thing i'll do, but not for now.. too broke!!
p.s IMO the spoiler will look fab on your 147 with that kit and all!!
</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">hehe, shame it's not mine wink wink
but i agree. i think they should have really installed it themselves together with the kit, but i think they only look at the expenses when it comes to trade fairs etc
(cause UCIM had installed the kit and alloys and stuff to our car for it to be the 'show car' at the motor fair.)
if we were to spend money on that kinda stuff right now it would be for the front spoiler though wink
btw.. did you get it installed at the dealer? if so, why? i mean i would have tried searching for a cheaper (and probably better) sprayer. and maybe even installed it myself.
we once took it to their garage to repair some damage (Actually twice) and IMO they are not that good. the colour never matched correctly
but it would probably be easier on your car since its not a metallic! wink
good luck wink
PS: stephen's job was quite expensive. cone filter about 25, and the pipe about 50!! its full stainless steel, machined specially for his purpose and polished. but it looks really great, and sounds nice too