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GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by Neild » Sat Sep 11, 2010 11:55 pm

Well, here it is!, photo's and prices following on from the Sneeky Post.

Sump Plate £110.00
Transmission Plate £135.00

Bothh made is 6mm. Please note, these products have been tested and you are able to Jack on them.

(Note: If you want to fit the Transmission plate, you WILL need to purchase a Sump Plate)

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Re: GNVP Underbody Protection

Post by spiderbaby » Sun Sep 12, 2010 11:16 am

Neil - will the 'production' sump plates have the access holes for oil draining cut in as (I think...) the original pictures showed?

Also, will you be providing the same low profile allen bolts as you do with the sill guards?

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Re: GNVP Underbody Protection

Post by Neild » Sun Sep 12, 2010 11:30 am

No Ken, although we can do that if the market allows. Our thinking was that the more hole into the plate the more chance of something going through that hole and damaging something. Are you thinking you want the hole to check if you have a leak?


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Re: GNVP Underbody Protection

Post by Neild » Sun Sep 12, 2010 11:36 am

Ken,

As for the bolts we 'can' do those bolts but we have decided against them due to cost. We can supply with the bolts but it will add £10 to the Sump Plate and £3 to the Trans Cover :(


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Re: GNVP Underbody Protection

Post by E-peich » Sun Sep 12, 2010 10:05 pm

Hi Neil, I guess today you have had great success with this presentation that you prepared?
I follow your steps here live on your Disco site. Looks very nice the protections, at the end in 8mm or 6mm?

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Re: GNVP Underbody Protection

Post by Neild » Sun Sep 12, 2010 10:09 pm

Hi Enrique, welcome to Disco3Club :thumbright:

Thank you yes, we have had a lot of interest and will be ramping up production this week :thumbright:

The items shown are 6mm but we are hopefull of 8mm working well :thumbright:


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Re: GNVP Underbody Protection

Post by Bigcarpchaser » Sun Sep 12, 2010 10:36 pm

Hi Enrique, it all starts now with luck :thumbright:


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Re: GNVP Underbody Protection

Post by E-peich » Sun Sep 12, 2010 11:04 pm

Hi Gary it is also a pleasure, sorry for my delay.


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Re: GNVP Underbody Protection

Post by spiderbaby » Mon Sep 13, 2010 9:38 am

Neil - I was thinking of the hole to allow me to drain the sump oil without having to take the plate off.

I think RASTA and ASFAIR have an access hole for this reason.


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Re: GNVP Underbody Protection

Post by Neild » Mon Sep 13, 2010 9:43 am

Can be put in Ken, it was in the first design, but we took it off (or filled it in!).

We jsut assumed if you were doing that job you'd want to take off all the protection?


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