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Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by iraqivet, Mar 1, 2013.
Its in Hollywood, what did you expect?
no, even if I needed EFI setup that probably would'nt be on my list.
Thats right in line with Ricks I believe. Looks like mine except mine is getto and 700 bucks cheaper. Really!
yo man....dat not b ghetto!!!
It's a damn fuel tank that goes UNDER the car, gets painted/undercoated, doean't leak, performs it's job wonderfully......
It's NOT a trophy
butt.......thats just an opinion.
Mine too. I paid $475 to have Rick's put in a Bosch 420 and modify a new 2nd gen tank.
That was from Chicago to Texas and back inclusive.
That sounds like the way to go.
That was also 2006 keep in mind.
I'd venture a guess it's in the upper $500-$600 and change range now.
What's great about Rick's is my tank leaked upon installation months later......
I called Rick's they paid for shipping BACK , and fixed it, and shipped it back to me.
NO issues with their service whatsoever and I highly HIGHLY recommend them.
Keep an eye on Aeromotive fellas. They already have EFI tanks out for the 1st Gen Camaro and the tri-fives that are very reasonably priced. I'm hoping they have the 2nd Gens in line for one soon.
A fellow over on trifive.com has one and I think he paid just under $700 for it. Helluva setup considering what kind of power it can support for the money. Blows pretty much everything else on the market out of the water.
Take a look at this thread: http://www.trifive.com/forums/showthread.php?t=77750
I emailed them a few months back about this, still the same price. However, they will not put a baffle in because of some reason.. Can't remember at the moment.