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I hate to throw stuff away, so I end up with a lot of things that I don't need, but can't bring myself to dump in the garabage can. All these prices are negotiable--so if anything catches your eye, make me an offer, especially if you want more than one item! All my asking prices include shipping, but I'll definitely combine shipping if you're interested in multiple items.

Okay, let's start with the small stuff:

Stickers/Decals - From top to bottom:
2 white "TWM Performance" stickers - $1 each (same price for both)
a $1 bill (not for sale... just a size reference ;))
a white Zoom-Zoom sticker - $1
an "Axela" 3rd brake light decal for the hatch (same one untouchable sells) - $2.50



Red LED bulbs
They are made to snap into a drilled hole (~1/4"), and the leads are ~12" long. They do work, but the camera flash washed out most of the brightness - $5 for both



"Big Sample Pack" from customcargrills.com
3x4" samples of 10 different kinds of grille mesh, plus 3 different types of grille surround. See their website for more info - $5



Computer Stuff
Mitsumi 3.5" floppy drive (black faceplate) - $6


3Com 10/100 PCI network card - $8


Netgear 10/100 PCI network card - $8


2-port USB extender slot - $4


ATI Radeon 9600SE 128MB video card (AGP interface; DV-i, analog, S-video outputs) - $20 $15


P4 CPU/Mobo/Memory combo: 2.0GHz Socket423 P4 CPU installed on an Intel D850GB ATX motherboard with 4x256MB RDRAM modules. Includes factory heatsink/fan, heatsink mounting hardware, a tube of thermal grease, and standoffs/screws for mounting the board. - $75 $60 for the combo


I've also got a big box full of assorted cables, fans, etc. If you need any random computer parts, let me know!


Simota v1 SRI **SOLD**
Some minor cosmetic flaws, but most are from rubbing in the engine bay, and are thus concealed when the intake is installed. I forgot to photgraph the mounting hardware, but it's all included. - $85 $75




***Due to the large size/weight of the following items, please contact me individually for a shipping price--the prices for different shippers tend to vary by location***



Yamaha Bookshelf Speakers (pair)
Model NS-A638 3-way speakers (8" woofers); 8-ohm/140watts maximum. The cabinets have a few small chips in the black paint, but the speasker compenents are in excellent condition - $40 $35 + shipping



Altec-Lansing 4.1 channel multimedia system
Model ACS641; Dual 6.5" subs, 4x 2-way satellite speakers; 400W max/200W RMS; remote control w/ volume, bass/treble, and mode selection - $35+ $30 shipping





Thanks!

-Jay
 

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Possible buy on the following as well, will let you know as soon as I get home today.

Pm already sent.

Altec-Lansing 4.1 channel multimedia system
Model ACS641; Dual 6.5" subs, 4x 2-way satellite speakers; 400W max/200W RMS; remote control w/ volume, bass/treble, and mode selection - $35+ shipping

I also might buy the Red LED lights, I plan to use those right away.
 

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[quote author=vietthug559 link=topic=59884.msg1015694#msg1015694 date=1161107485]
how long have you had it for?? and wats the difference between v1 and v3
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I've had it since last fall, but it was only used for >5k miles... decided to jump on an F2 when the GB price was dirt cheap :D

As far as I know, the difference between the v1 and v3 is just the addition of a velocity stack on the filter side of the intake.

[quote author=vietthug559 link=topic=59884.msg1015662#msg1015662 date=1161106954]
how about $70 for that simota sri?? :D
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I'll recheck the shipping cost this evening, and get back to you. In the meantime it's still up for grabs for $85! ;)
 

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Re: FS: Lotsa stuff!

for reference:

Simota intake V1 (metal inlet pipe, original MAF housing, no CEL's)
Simota intake V2 (plastic velocity stack, original MAF housing, causes a CEL)
Simota intake V3 (plastic velocity stack, redesigned MAF housing, no CEL's)

You shouldn't have any CEL problems with it whatsoever
 

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[quote author=rubyred3 link=topic=59884.msg1015891#msg1015891 date=1161111661]
for reference:

Simota intake V1 (metal inlet pipe, original MAF housing, no CEL's)
Simota intake V2 (plastic velocity stack, original MAF housing, causes a CEL)
Simota intake V3 (plastic velocity stack, redesigned MAF housing, no CEL's)

You shouldn't have any CEL problems with it whatsoever
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wats a velocity stack?? lol but still same performance rite??
 

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It's basically a curved entrance to the intake, supposed to smooth out airflow. Currect me if I'm wrong, rub, but I don't think that there was much of a performance difference between v1 and v3. The SRI doesn't really produce much of an improvement in peak power/torque, but I can honestly say I felt a pretty noticable improvement in throttle response and low-end torque.
 

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[quote author=dmention7 link=topic=59884.msg1015948#msg1015948 date=1161113301]
It's basically a curved entrance to the intake, supposed to smooth out airflow.  Currect me if I'm wrong, rub, but I don't think that there was much of a performance difference between v1 and v3.  The SRI doesn't really produce much of an improvement in peak power/torque, but I can honestly say I felt a pretty noticable improvement in throttle response and low-end torque.
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so meaning that its best on the 1st and 2nd gears rite?
 

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[quote author=vietthug559 link=topic=59884.msg1015954#msg1015954 date=1161113522]
[quote author=dmention7 link=topic=59884.msg1015948#msg1015948 date=1161113301]
It's basically a curved entrance to the intake, supposed to smooth out airflow. Currect me if I'm wrong, rub, but I don't think that there was much of a performance difference between v1 and v3. The SRI doesn't really produce much of an improvement in peak power/torque, but I can honestly say I felt a pretty noticable improvement in throttle response and low-end torque.
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so meaning that its best on the 1st and 2nd gears rite?
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Actually it means that it makes the most noticable improvement at lower rpms. All in all, it made the car feel a little more eager to go, the instant you hit the gas.
 

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[quote author=dmention7 link=topic=59884.msg1015948#msg1015948 date=1161113301]
It's basically a curved entrance to the intake, supposed to smooth out airflow. Currect me if I'm wrong, rub, but I don't think that there was much of a performance difference between v1 and v3. The SRI doesn't really produce much of an improvement in peak power/torque, but I can honestly say I felt a pretty noticable improvement in throttle response and low-end torque.
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I haven't yet seen a dyno of a V3 anywhere. Right now the only dynos I know of are the one umnitza paid for on Oricle's car (V1, which showed a gain of 8 whp and 8 lb-ft, although had a REALLY low baseline) and my dyno. My dyno was after my modifications to the V1, so its not really any of the above, not to mention, my pulls were with the stock resonator still in place, so heat soak was probably more of an issue than it should have been). My dyno showed no appreciable gain in hp but a gain in low end torque, not to mention, my butt dyno showed a HUGE improvement in throttle response over stock.
 

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^^^ hehe, thanks anyways for the free bump :)

Yeah, the A-L multimedia system is a bit heavy... almost 50lbs. On the bright side, at least you know it's not just a chintzy piece of crap! Seriously though, it puts out a ton of sound.

It's all still for sale folks... currently got an offer of $70 for the SRI. If I don't get a better offer by friday, it's sold.


[quote author=PhoeniX Skye link=topic=59884.msg1015817#msg1015817 date=1161109661]
I wanna be like rice and buy those TWM decals that they didn't send me. But then I'll just be a Blam.
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C'mon... you know you wanna be a blam! ;)
 

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errr..sorrie but cancel my order on it..i dont think i'll get the v. 1 sri because of all the bad things i hear about it..i'd rather get a v.3..
 

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what bad things have you heard about the V1? I had it for almost a whole year and was quite happy with it, I just upgraded to a MS CAI
 

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[quote author=vietthug559 link=topic=59884.msg1017145#msg1017145 date=1161157268]
errr..sorrie but cancel my order on it..i dont think i'll get the v. 1 sri because of all the bad things i hear about it..i'd rather get a v.3..
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:dunno: The only bad things I've ever heard about it were that it didn't live up to the distributor's claims, which were a bit of a stretch to begin with. Also, if you can get your hands on the velocity stack for a v3, upgrading the v1 takes about 5 minutes. As it is, though, the v1 works perfectly fine (especially for the price)

I'm not trying to pressure you into buying something you don't want... I just don't want people getting the impression that there's anything wrong with the v1.
 
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