I got a set done through Hatchman a couple of months ago. I went with the Aluminum.
Just lucky I guess? Don't really know, just adjusted on the boots until everything fit together. It did take a little bit of adjustment, but wasn't really all that tough to do.sonny1213 said:Hey hawgman,
Many ?'s How did you get the C&L tube to fit w/ the Steeda box? I got one, but no way would it go together.
Not chrome. It is a regular C&L intake tube that has been polished. A buddy of mine owns a metal polishing business and does primarily car and bike parts. I sent it up to him and he did it for me. Considered doing the cam covers too, but when he told me how long a polish job would last on magnesium covers, I opted for the powder coating.sonny1213 said:Where did you get the chromed tube?
If you mean the fuse box cover, yea, just slapped a little blue and white paint on the top of the fuse box cover before I put the Steeda cover on it.sonny1213 said:Did color under the Steeda box cover?
Yup, those are the Redline's. Couldn't be happier with them.sonny1213 said:Last one, did you use the red line lift kit? thanks, :wavey
You're not going to find Brad's phone number in the thread there, just shoot him a PM to be added to the list ( which is kinda long ). He will get back to you to confirm. Follow the thread to see where you are at on the list. Basically it takes about 2 weeks complete door to door to door turn around time from the time he receives a non powder coated set from someone, to get them powdercoated, to the next person, that person swap his out with the powdercoated set, and get his old ones back to Brad.mrvandermey said:I tried the link and could nto find a contact number. PLEASE, could hook up a guy with a contact number? I am highly interested in this.