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SliderG35

Wide-body Rear LEDs - Who wants them?

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This thread is here to replace the one that was on 6SpeedOnline but deleted because it was considered a "Group Buy".

The whole synopsis is described here: http://www.comtech.ws/scripts/GroupBuy.dll/home but here is a quick recap...

The initial thread was created to show vendors the interest in a product for which no vendor was willing to commit to production because vendors thought there would be no profit in it. I had approached CarGym and asked what kind of numbers would be required to make the project profitable for them. I expected that other vendors would require the same participation to beat their bottom line as well.

Originally, CarGym stated that they needed 250 orders at $600 each before they would consider going forward. (Apparently the cost for producing the mould is upwards of $120K.) After the great response on 6SO, they said they would start development immediately. So, in Jan 2013 they started working on the project. They are currently developing the drawings. They said that they expect about 6 months from start to production.

I have been maintaining a list of members who are committed to the purchase when the product is available. This list should identify the first people to receive the LEDs before they are available to the general public. The list is available at the link specified at the start of this thread. If you want to be included in the list, please state you commitment here and I will add you to the list. Please don't put your name in unless your are ready to pay $600 for a set. I will be evaluating the prototypes and detailing product reviews as they become available. No one will be happy if the quality isn't there, so I will be very critical of the first products to make sure they will meet or exceed OEM quality.

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Hi Slider,

I want the rear LED lights and here is my confirmation for it

84 gt2rs 997

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I'am gt2rs on 6speed sh*t forum aka ace67 here :-).

Thanks for all effort you put in to this .

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Hi Slider,

I want the rear LED lights and here is my confirmation for it

84 gt2rs 997

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I'am gt2rs on 6speed sh*t forum aka ace67 here :-).

Thanks for all effort you put in to this .

You do not have to resubmit if your name is already on the list. We can just move on with the new guys...

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Glad to see we didn't lose all the members names interested.

But are we able to make contact with all these people since the post has been deleted as I don't imagine they are all on renntech.

Hate to see guys miss out.

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Moving over from 6Speed (probably for good), I am in for one set, Depending on quality possibly 2. Thanks for picking this up again. you are one patient man.

This thread is here to replace the one that was on 6SpeedOnline but deleted because it was considered a "Group Buy".

The whole synopsis is described here: http://www.comtech.ws/scripts/GroupBuy.dll/home but here is a quick recap...

The initial thread was created to show vendors the interest in a product for which no vendor was willing to commit to production because vendors thought there would be no profit in it. I had approached CarGym and asked what kind of numbers would be required to make the project profitable for them. I expected that other vendors would require the same participation to beat their bottom line as well.

Originally, CarGym stated that they needed 250 orders at $600 each before they would consider going forward. (Apparently the cost for producing the mould is upwards of $120K.) After the great response on 6SO, they said they would start development immediately. So, in Jan 2013 they started working on the project. They are currently developing the drawings. They said that they expect about 6 months from start to production.

I have been maintaining a list of members who are committed to the purchase when the product is available. This list should identify the first people to receive the LEDs before they are available to the general public. The list is available at the link specified at the start of this thread. If you want to be included in the list, please state you commitment here and I will add you to the list. Please don't put your name in unless your are ready to pay $600 for a set. I will be evaluating the prototypes and detailing product reviews as they become available. No one will be happy if the quality isn't there, so I will be very critical of the first products to make sure they will meet or exceed OEM quality.

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Excellent - happy to see people are still following.

Since I have the 6SO names, I can always go back to 6SO and PM all parties when the product is available. I can probably write something to do it automatically, so it shouldn't be a big deal.

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It would be great if more 6 speeders would come over here, then we have a real enthusiasts forum, run by an enthusiast

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there are a few of us that have been here for quite some time. In any case, welcome to the Tech!

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Hi Slider,

Can't believe 6SO scrapped your thread, all that time and afford, what a bunch of c**ts, excuse my French, count me back on over here, and a big thank for your continued efforts.

Pje1210 - 1 set of 997 style

Thanks

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I am absolutely in, however if it's going to be mid 2013 I will be deployed to Afghanistan and will not have much access to email :/ any way I can...pay in advance or work something else out? They look great cant wait!!

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I'm over here as well. Deploying for a few months, but will continue to check for these.

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